Leighton Meester, foul-mouthed and playing gay — but not tart

Leighton Meester, foul-mouthed and playing gay — but not tart

The Gayest Movie of the Year: All About Yves

Plus: Jersey Boys’ gay character; Jane Lynch’s new show

By Michael Musto

Alfred Molina & John Lithgow as Gay Grooms

The Love is Strange trailer includes Marisa Tomei & Cheyenne Jackson

By Out.com Editors

P-town Film Festival, Day 1

Dispatches from Land’s End: Last Weekend, and the opening night party with Patricia Clarkson

By Matthew Breen

Turning Friend of Dorothy into Friend of Bob

Clint Eastwood portrays things—people—as stereotypes even if he’s not meaning to be defamatory. Is this his movie to …

By Armond White

Queer Films at Provincetown Film Fest

All the LGBT programming at the 2014 Provincetown International Film Festival

By Matthew Breen

Showgirls: Better than You Remember It and You Know It

Is Showgirls an auteurist pièce de résistance, or merely merde?

By Greg Garry

Venus in Fur’s Power Play

Roman Polanski gives his wife, Emmanuelle Seigner, the role of her life.

By R. Kurt Osenlund

Why Toni Collette Is Feeling Lucky

With the indie film Lucky Them in theaters and Broadway audiences lining up to see her in The Realistic Joneses, we see …

By Jerry Portwood

The Dance of Death

Dance becomes the unexpected, yet surprisingly effective, backdrop in the new film, Test, about the introduction of the …

By Brian Schaefer

A Few Gay Men

Burning Blue's military romance exposes DADT

By Armond White

Changing the Tide for Gay Surfers

See the documentary that follows two gay surfers as they uncover a taboo in their beloved sport

By Christopher Harrity

What Becomes a Legend Least?

Why Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent is the wrong Disney dyke

By Armond White

Gore Vidal Was Roommates With Paul Newman, Pals With Gorbachev, and a 'Macho Top'

Documentarian Nicholas Wrathall reveals the secrets behind making Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia …

By Jerry Portwood

Robert De Niro: Me & My Gay Dad

The legendary actor shares the story of his father, an artist who struggled for recognition as the city changed around …

By Jerry Portwood

Romain Duris, Homme of the Hour

The French actor stars in two must-see art-house films that cement his cool quotient

By R. Kurt Osenlund

The Odyssey of 8

A view into the Prop 8 story we all felt we knew.

By Matthew Breen

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