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Nicole as Lucy? New Biopic Looks Back at 1950s Hollywood Biggest Power Couple

Nicole as Lucy? New Biopic Looks Back at 1950s Hollywood Biggest Power Couple

Jan 12, 2021

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz — Hollywood's biggest power couple in the 1950s — will get a biopic by writer/director Aaron Sorkin starring Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem.

Film Maudit Fest Streams Experimental & Queer Films

Film Maudit Fest Streams Experimental & Queer Films

By Jim Provenzano | Jan 12, 2021

Santa Monica's revered Highways Performance Space presents Film Maudit 2.0, a truly unusual selection of feature, short and experimental films, some that blend performance and cinema, and others with decidedly queer themes, Jan. 12-24.

Review: 'Ammonite' a Beautiful Lesbian Romance Unearthing Quiet Depth

Review: 'Ammonite' a Beautiful Lesbian Romance Unearthing Quiet Depth

By Megan Kearns | Jan 12, 2021

Francis Lee's lesbian romance starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan highlights sexism, class differences, and women in science, and shows the transformative power of love.

Review: 'Beautiful Darling' Recalls the Legacy of a Warhol Star

Review: 'Beautiful Darling' Recalls the Legacy of a Warhol Star

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jan 12, 2021

A compelling documentary on trans icon Candy Darling, a Warhol superstar.

Review: Clever Horror Film 'Come Play' Confronts Loneliness in a Connected Age

Review: Clever Horror Film 'Come Play' Confronts Loneliness in a Connected Age

By Megan Kearns | Jan 12, 2021

Jacob Chase's tense horror film stars Gillian Jacobs, John Gallagher Jr., and Azhy Robertson. About an autistic boy and his parents terrorized by a monster, the film t explores the ramifications of loneliness and connection.

Review: 'A Skeleton In The Closet' Revisits the Coming Out Genre

Review: 'A Skeleton In The Closet' Revisits the Coming Out Genre

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jan 12, 2021

Manuel's Argentinian family have trouble relating to him as he doesn't like sports. On yes, and he is gay.

Gothams Give Virtual Start to Oscar Season, 'Nomadland' Wins

Gothams Give Virtual Start to Oscar Season, 'Nomadland' Wins

By Jake Coyle | Jan 12, 2021

Streaming from an empty banquet hall and with acceptance speeches made from living rooms, the 30th Gotham Awards gave a very strange Oscar season a virtual start in a largely digital ceremony that crowned Chloe Zhao's "Nomadland" the best film of 2020.

Luke Evans is Single, Considering Fatherhood

Luke Evans is Single, Considering Fatherhood

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Jan 11, 2021

Luke Evans confirmed that he and Rafael Olarra have broken up; the actor also said he's been thinking about fatherhood.

'Brokeback Mountain' Author Annie Proulx Regrets Having Written the Short Story

'Brokeback Mountain' Author Annie Proulx Regrets Having Written the Short Story

Jan 11, 2021

Fiction writer Annie Proulx wrote the short story "Brokeback Mountain" in 1997. Today she wishes she never had written it.

Will 'Bridgerton' Hunk Regé-Jean Page Be the Next James Bond?

Will 'Bridgerton' Hunk Regé-Jean Page Be the Next James Bond?

Jan 11, 2021

The breakout star of Netflix's latest trending series "Bridgerton" is British actor Regé-Jean Page, and his celebrity has led to speculation that he will be next James Bond.

Watch: When Gay Actors Were Cast in Gay Roles

Watch: When Gay Actors Were Cast in Gay Roles

By Robert Nesti | Jan 11, 2021

In Hollywood's long history, there have been instances of gay actors playing gay roles. Here's a list.

Sketch Films; Red Thread to Premiere Fourth Dance Film

Sketch Films; Red Thread to Premiere Fourth Dance Film

By Jim Provenzano | Jan 11, 2021

The always-innovative Amy Seiwert's Imagery will premiere the fourth dance film as part of the Sketch Films series online Jan. 15. Choreographer Ben Needham-Wood's "What the Body Holds," created with filmmaker Matthew McKee, features dancer Jenna Marie.

Michael Apted, Director of 'Up' Documentary Series, Dies

Michael Apted, Director of 'Up' Documentary Series, Dies

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 11, 2021

Michael Apted, the acclaimed British director of the "Up" documentary series and films as diverse as the Loretta Lynn biopic "Coal Miner's Daughter" and the James Bond film "The World Is Not Enough," has died.

Watch: Hugely Successful Taiwanese Queer Film 'Your Name Engraved Herein' On Netflix

Watch: Hugely Successful Taiwanese Queer Film 'Your Name Engraved Herein' On Netflix

Jan 9, 2021

Arriving on Netflix late last month was "Your Name Engraved Herein," the Taiwanese queer film that is the biggest success of Asian LGBT cinema of the year 2020.

Check Out Mr.Man.com's Top 10 Male Nude Scenes of 2020

Check Out Mr.Man.com's Top 10 Male Nude Scenes of 2020

Jan 9, 2021

Mr. Man reveals its Top Ten best male cinematic nude scenes of 2020.

Catch the Story of How Radio City Music Hall Was Saved

Catch the Story of How Radio City Music Hall Was Saved

Jan 9, 2021

Rosemary Novellino-Mearns, (Radio City Music Hall Ballet Company and Dance Captain) & author of "Saving Radio City Music Hall: A Dancer's True Story," & Bill Mearns, former RCMH singer, tell the story of saving the legendary theater.

Jim Parsons: All Roles Should Be Available to All Actors

Jim Parsons: All Roles Should Be Available to All Actors

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Jan 8, 2021

Jim Parsons believes that all roles should be available to all actors equally.

Review: Warped 'I Blame Society' a Dark, Original Comedy

Review: Warped 'I Blame Society' a Dark, Original Comedy

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 8, 2021

"I Blame Society" is a startling and original film. Writer-director-star Gillian Wallance Horvat explores the dark comedy genre on her own terms and has the courage to keep upping the ante — right until the very end.

Review: 'Herself,' a Spirited Drama of Abuse and Resilience

Review: 'Herself,' a Spirited Drama of Abuse and Resilience

By Jake Coyle | Jan 8, 2021

Phyllida Lloyd's Irish drama of spousal abuse set against Dublin's housing crisis, has some narrative weak spots, but its foundation of resilience and heart is strong.

Review: Vanessa Kirby is Raw, Dynamic in 'Pieces of a Woman'

Review: Vanessa Kirby is Raw, Dynamic in 'Pieces of a Woman'

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 7, 2021

There is a brutal and harrowing start to this film, which is committed to telling the ugly truth about a loss so devastating that it's almost taboo. And that's just one of many deeply unpleasant occurrences to come.

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