Movies Shot in Iceland: From Bond films to Oblivion

From Bond films to Oblivion, some of the most stunning sets are in Iceland

The Hot, Socially Conscious Villains of 'The East'

Alexander Skarsgard strips for your thrills

By Editors

The Must-See Music Doc

Director Morgan Neville’s 'Twenty Feet From Stardom' focuses on the life of backup singers

By Kory Grow

Sundance Hit 'C.O.G.' to Open Outfest

Kyle Patrick Alvarez's adaptation of the David Sedaris short story stars Jonathan Groff and Denis O'Hare

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Xavier Dolan: Crossing Over

With his epic transgender love story, 'Laurence Anyways,' indie filmmaker Xavier Dolan takes his place at the table. …

By Adam Rathe

WATCH: He's Way More Famous Than You

Ryan Spahn explains why he and Halley Feiffer (and boyfriend Michael Urie) created this kooky comedy

By Jerry Portwood

WATCH: Cheyenne Jackson in 'Behind The Candelabra'

First look at of Cheyenne Jackson in the upcoming HBO film. Plus behind the scenes footage with interview from the crew …

By Andrew Villagomez

'NONNI' Premieres at Boston LGBT Film Festival

This queer short doc following the 'Andy Warhol of Iceland' has something for everyone.

By Benjamin Lindsay

Kiss of the Damned: the Vampire Movie You've Been Waiting For

Xan Cassavetes discusses her fabulously sexy genre film that has us moaning to bite Milo Ventimiglia's neck (and his …

By Mark Peikert

Zachary Quinto on the Epic Kirk-Spock Bromance

With the impending release of Star Trek: Into Darkness, we caught up with the star to discuss co-star Chris Pine

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Chris Pine: The Thinker

Is Chris Pine too smart for his own good? Or just ours?

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Watch: 'Turtle Hill, Brooklyn'

Because turning 30 isn't traumatic enough...

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7 Gay Movies Showing In Zurich Right Now

From French gay guys dancing to Morgan Fairchild pimping, the Pink Apple Film Festival is a cornucopia of queer movies. …

By Andrew Belonsky

'The Battle of amfAR:' An Important Little Piece of Propaganda

amFAR's self-funded documentary makes some good points, but risks getting it twisted.

By Evan Mulvihill

Tribeca Review: 'Big Joy'

Pan-sexual poet/filmmaker James Broughton is onscreen in new documentary

By Yehudit Mam

Tribeca Review: 'Gore Vidal: The United States Of Amnesia'

Nicholas Wrathall's documentary includes candid interviews with the author and public intellectual toward the end of his …

By Yehudit Mam

A Link Between Cruise's Hair and His Movies?

We predict that this weekend's sci-fi blockbuster 'Oblivion' won't be half-bad based on the length of Cruise's locks …

By Benjamin Solomon