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First Big Screen Gay Superhero Comes to Florida Supercon in Sequel

First Big Screen Gay Superhero Comes to Florida Supercon in Sequel

By JW Arnold | Jul 22
Big budget sequels are a given for superhero franchises like Spider Man, Iron Man and Superman, but the world's first "out" gay superhero, Surge, is finally returning to the big screen after a 13-year hiatus.

Tick-Tock: Christopher Nolan on the Rhythm of 'Dunkirk'

Tick-Tock: Christopher Nolan on the Rhythm of 'Dunkirk'

By Jake Coyle | Jul 18
Having already reversed time ("Memento") and warped its fabric ("Interstellar"), Nolan set out to accomplish something different with "Dunkirk."

Four Reasons '1:54' is a Must-Watch Film

Four Reasons '1:54' is a Must-Watch Film

By Mikey Rox | Jul 15
Earlier this spring I attended the OUTshine LGBT film festival in Miami, and throughout the 10-day indie-flick extravaganza I caught a number of powerful, relatable and touching movies from across the globe.

Del Shores :: Sordid Southern Baptist

Del Shores :: Sordid Southern Baptist

By Joel Martens | Jun 24
Shores' material and humor is based in things pulled from personal experience and involves narratives we're all well acquainted with. Here's what he had to say about the creation of "A Very Sordid Wedding."

My Cousin Rachel: An Interview with Actress Rachel Weisz

My Cousin Rachel: An Interview with Actress Rachel Weisz

By Scot Holland | Jun 17
Is "My Cousin Rachel" unlucky in love -- or a pitiless murderer? Star Rachel Weisz weighs in...

Summer Movie Preview

Summer Movie Preview

By Tim Parks | Jun 5
Imagine my surprise when I discovered there are actually three LGBTQ films slated to make their screen debuts during the warm summer months.

Summer at the Movies

Summer at the Movies

By David Lamble | May 21
It's great to report that summers are no longer a dead zone at the movies for adults.

Wonder Woman :: 'Herstory'

Wonder Woman :: 'Herstory'

By Tim Parks | May 20
Princess Diana of Themyscira has offered a long and storied career in the pantheon of pop culture. Finally, she's headlining her own movie. It gives us a perfect opportunity to look at the herstory of Wonder Woman.

How Charlie Hunnam Talked His Way Into Being King Arthur

How Charlie Hunnam Talked His Way Into Being King Arthur

By Jill Dobson | May 13
Charlie Hunnam says he convinced director Guy Ritchie to cast him as King Arthur after the two bonded over marijuana - talking about it, not indulging in it.

Zhang Yimou On  'Great Wall': Weak Story, but a Step in the Right Direction

Zhang Yimou On 'Great Wall': Weak Story, but a Step in the Right Direction

By Louise Watt | May 12
Zhang Yimou says the disappointing U.S. performance of "The Great Wall" may have been down to a weak story, but he hopes other filmmakers won't be put off from attempting such ambitious Hollywood-Chinese collaboration.

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