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Malaysia: Disney Refused to Cut Gay Scenes in 'Lightyear'

Malaysia: Disney Refused to Cut Gay Scenes in 'Lightyear'

Jun 20, 2022

Malaysia's film censors said Friday that it was Disney's decision to ax the animated film "Lightyear" from the country's cinemas after refusing to cut scenes promoting homosexuality.

Watch: New Romance? Lena Waithe, Cynthia Erivo Spotted Holding Hands

Watch: New Romance? Lena Waithe, Cynthia Erivo Spotted Holding Hands

By Emell Adolphus | Jun 17, 2022

Is love in the air for Lena Waithe and Cynthia Enrivo? The pair were reportedly spotted holding hands at a gala in New York. Page Six caught the pair holding hands as they entered an auditorium for an event.

Review: Perceptive and Empathic 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' About Real People and the Roadblocks They Navigate

Review: Perceptive and Empathic 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' About Real People and the Roadblocks They Navigate

By Kevin Taft | Jun 17, 2022

My favorite movie of the year, "Cha Cha Real Smooth" is a simple film full of beautiful moments.

Review: Riotously Funny 'Good Luck To You, Leo Grande'  Salacious, but Not Gratuitous

Review: Riotously Funny 'Good Luck To You, Leo Grande' Salacious, but Not Gratuitous

By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 17, 2022

After her husband passes and she retires, Nancy Stokes contracts the young and attractive Leo Grande for one night of passion.

Player Who Helped Inspire 'A League of Their Own' Comes Out — at Age 95

Player Who Helped Inspire 'A League of Their Own' Comes Out — at Age 95

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 17, 2022

Maybelle Blair played on the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL), which inspired the film (and new TV series) "A League of Their Own." Blair has just come out... at the age of 95.

Review: 'Spiderhead' Proves That a Good Concept Doesn't Make a Great Film

Review: 'Spiderhead' Proves That a Good Concept Doesn't Make a Great Film

By Derek Deskins | Jun 17, 2022

In the near future, there exists an alternative to traditional jail: A select few get the opportunity at detainment with luxuries. The cost? They must participate in a series of drug trials.

Review: 'Official Competition' a Funny, Shrewd Satire of Filmmaking

Review: 'Official Competition' a Funny, Shrewd Satire of Filmmaking

By Megan Kearns | Jun 17, 2022

Penélope Cruz, Antonio Banderas, and Oscar Martínez star in the sharply-written, excellently-acted film about the brewing tensions between a critically-acclaimed lesbian director, a prestigious actor, and a global superstar as they make a film.

Review: 'Wildhood' a Courageous Journey of Self-Discovery

Review: 'Wildhood' a Courageous Journey of Self-Discovery

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 17, 2022

The film abounds with strange moments, left turns, desperate chances, and coincidences. Somehow, they find their way, and a story about looking for one's roots becomes a voyage a self-discovery.

Review: 'Brian And Charles' the Most Delightful Film of 2022

Review: 'Brian And Charles' the Most Delightful Film of 2022

By Kevin Taft | Jun 17, 2022

The story of a man and his robot, "Brian and Charles" is the most delightful film of 2022.

Watch: Billy Eichner Falls for 'Gay Tom Brady' in New 'Bros' Trailer

Watch: Billy Eichner Falls for 'Gay Tom Brady' in New 'Bros' Trailer

By Emell Adolphus | Jun 16, 2022

Another trailer for Billy Eichner's upcoming "Bros" hilariously reveals that his character is falling for the "gay Tom Brady."

More Muslim Nations Ban Disney's 'Lightyear' Over Lesbian Kiss

More Muslim Nations Ban Disney's 'Lightyear' Over Lesbian Kiss

By Jon Gambrell | Jun 16, 2022

Authorities across much of the Muslim world have barred Disney's latest animated film "Lightyear" from being played at cinemas after the inclusion of a brief kiss between a lesbian couple, the company said Thursday as the movie premiered.

Review: 'Jimmy In Saigon' Airs Out Wounds and Lets Them Heal

Review: 'Jimmy In Saigon' Airs Out Wounds and Lets Them Heal

By Karin McKie | Jun 16, 2022

Filmmaker Peter McDowell embarked on a decades-long journey to find out how and why his older brother Jim died in Vietnam.

Review: 'My Fake Boyfriend' a Silly, Fun Gay Rom-Com

Review: 'My Fake Boyfriend' a Silly, Fun Gay Rom-Com

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 16, 2022

Looking for a film that blends absurdity with romance and cooks up a good time? You've found it here.

Watch: Harry Styles Has a Gay Awakening in First 'My Policeman' Trailer

Watch: Harry Styles Has a Gay Awakening in First 'My Policeman' Trailer

By Emell Adolphus | Jun 15, 2022

Harry Styles is on the edge of an emotional tsunami as a closeted 1950s policeman who is urged to let his desires "take hold" in the trailer for the Amazon film.

First Look: Ryan Gosling's Bleach-Blond Ken Doll Transformation

First Look: Ryan Gosling's Bleach-Blond Ken Doll Transformation

By Emell Adolphus | Jun 15, 2022

Ryan Gosling is set to star alongside Margot Robbie in a live-action "Barbie" movie, and social media has something to say about his interpretation of Ken.

Buzz Lightyear Voice Chris Evans Responds to Anti-LGBTQ+ Censorship of Movie

Buzz Lightyear Voice Chris Evans Responds to Anti-LGBTQ+ Censorship of Movie

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 15, 2022

Chris Evans, who voices Buzz Lightyear in the new Pixar movie, dismissed — and dissed — censorship due to the film's inclusion of a lesbian character

Out Director João Pedro Rodrigues on his New Orgasmic Film 'Will-o'-the-Wisp'

Out Director João Pedro Rodrigues on his New Orgasmic Film 'Will-o'-the-Wisp'

By C.J. Prince | Jun 14, 2022

EDGE speaks with out Portuguese filmmaker João Pedro Rodrigues about his wild musical fantasy "Will-o'-the-Wisp," which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year.

Is Gaga Headed for a 'Bad Romance' as Harley Quinn in 'Joker 2?'

Is Gaga Headed for a 'Bad Romance' as Harley Quinn in 'Joker 2?'

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 14, 2022

Lady Gaga is said to be in talks to portray Harley Quinn in Todd Phillips' "Joker" sequel.

Frameline46's Serious Cinema

Frameline46's Serious Cinema

By Brian Bromberger | Jun 14, 2022

Frameline's full return to theaters has presented challenges to its staff. But with the most expansive array of films to see in cinemas or online, hundreds of directers' works will find new audiences.

Review: 'Jeannette' a Study in Trauma and Endurance

Review: 'Jeannette' a Study in Trauma and Endurance

By Karin McKie | Jun 14, 2022

Jeannette is an Orlando bodybuilder and a survivor of the Pulse nightclub massacre, and also the title of the poignant, 77- minute documentary about her life post-trauma.

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