Into the Woods: Christine Baranski On Playing Cinderella's Stepmother

The actress returns to her comedic and musical roots with her turn as Cinderella's Stepmother in Into the Woods

2013: The Year of Oz?

Two feature films involving characters from the novel and iconic film to be released: 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' and …

By Andrew Villagomez

6 Shorts You Wish You Saw As a Kid

The gay coming-of-age classics from the last decade in short films.

By Michael Lambert

This American Life Releases 'The Invisible Made Visible'

The video includes a story by longtime contributor David Rakoff who died earlier this year

By Editors

Why You Should Watch 'Cloud Atlas'

The epic action film also has an inspiring message of change that all LGBT should see

By Daniel Tehrani

Help Create A Queer City

A feature documentary project that explores LGBT life today in New York, four decades after the Stonewall Riots. Author …

By Andrew Villagomez

X-Men Film Series Update: Bryan Singer; Hugh Jackman and 'The Wolverine'

Bryan Singer is back to direct an X-Men film project. Plus: details about 2013's 'The Wolverine' starring Hugh Jackman …

By Andrew Villagomez

Chris Colfer Strikes Us With New Film and Book

Colfer's 'Struck By Lightning' to be released at the end of this year, and in theaters early 2013. Book extension of the …

By Andrew Villagomez

The Month Monster Movies Got Real Gay

Fanged pretty boys. The ditzy undead. A she-wolf in the closet. It's all heading to a cineplex near you.

By Adam Rathe

First Look: Clip from 'A Liar's Autobiography'

A look into the silly (and seedy) sexual awakening of Monty Python's Graham Chapman reveals his absurd take on... …

By Editors

Catching Up With Alicia Silverstone

With two films and a Broadway play about porn stars on the horizon, our second-favorite Cher is back in a big way. …

By Adam Rathe

Monty Python’s Graham Chapman Misremembered in ‘A Liar’s Autobiography’

It’s not a Python movie; it’s something completely different

By Alex Panisch

Bringing up Gayby

The not-so-immaculate conception of this year's most unusual parenting comedy.

By Zack Rosen

REVIEW: 'How to Survive a Plague'

David France's documentary turns AIDS-era into a suspenseful, must-see tale

By Aaron Hicklin

Stephen Chbosky Explains Why 'Perks' Had to Be PG-13

The director says Logan Lerman is 'perfect,' Ezra Miller is 'such a force of nature'

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Logan Lerman on 'Perks'

The actor spoke with 'Out' while in New Orleans, where he was filming the sequel to 2010’s 'Percy Jackson & the …

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

WATCH: 'Lincoln' Trailer

Steven Spielberg's election-year ode to the 16th president may change history

By Jerry Portwood