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Warner Bros. brings 'Black Adam,' 'Shazam! 2' to Comic-Con

Warner Bros. brings 'Black Adam,' 'Shazam! 2' to Comic-Con

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 23, 2022

Dwayne Johnson went a few steps beyond merely teasing his long-awaited "Black Adam" movie at Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday. Also previewed: "Shazam! Fury of the Gods."

AP Photos: The Character And The Spectacle Of Comic-Con

AP Photos: The Character And The Spectacle Of Comic-Con

Jul 23, 2022

Comic-Con is back in person, and back in character. The spectacle was everywhere in and around the San Diego Convention Center amid the crowd of tens of thousands of fans at the first full-attendance version of the pop culture phenomenon since 2019.

'Lord of the Rings' Series Trailer Debuts at Comic-Con

'Lord of the Rings' Series Trailer Debuts at Comic-Con

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 23, 2022

Comic-Con audiences got a sneak peek at the new "Lord of the Rings" series "The Rings of Power" Friday in San Diego.

Got BDE? Documentary Filmmakers Are Looking

Got BDE? Documentary Filmmakers Are Looking

Jul 23, 2022

British filmmakers put out a call for men with large penises for an upcoming documentary.

Review: 'Nope' a Good Popcorn Movie, but That's All

Review: 'Nope' a Good Popcorn Movie, but That's All

By Kevin Taft | Jul 22, 2022

"Nope" is a bit more "meh" as Peele's gorgeous-looking film is overstuffed and lacks characters to care about.

Review: 'Anything's Possible' has Subtle Messaging, Potent Chemistry

Review: 'Anything's Possible' has Subtle Messaging, Potent Chemistry

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 22, 2022

Young love, hormonal conflicts, and gender identity collide in Billy Porter's sweetly-told directorial debut, "Anything's Possible."

Billy Porter and Eva Reign Take on the High School Rom-Com

Billy Porter and Eva Reign Take on the High School Rom-Com

Jul 21, 2022

"Anything's Possible," which debuts on Amazon Prime Video Friday, is a milestone for transgender representation in film — a studio-produced celebration of an empowered Black trans girl.

What to See at Outfest 2022

What to See at Outfest 2022

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 20, 2022

Forty years of Outfest Los Angeles is being commemorated via one of the most exciting LGBTQ+ lineups in years. Here are some choices of what to see by EDGE contributor Frank J. Avella.

Review: 'Raging Bull' a Superlative Blu-ray Release

Review: 'Raging Bull' a Superlative Blu-ray Release

By Sam Cohen | Jul 19, 2022

Martin Scorsese's boxing classic "Raging Bull" arrives on 4K Blu-ray courtesy of the Criterion Collection with a superlative release that's bookended with an exhaustive list of supplements.

Blu-ray Review: 'Summertime'

Blu-ray Review: 'Summertime'

By Sam Cohen | Jul 19, 2022

David Lean's 1955 romantic drama "Summertime" finally arrives on Blu-ray with a faithful 4K restoration that showcases the film's Technicolor cinematography in grand fashion, although the edition is lacking somewhat in special features.

Jewish Film Festival Faves

Jewish Film Festival Faves

By Brian Bromberger | Jul 19, 2022

The Jewish Film Institute has announced its program for the 42nd San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, the world's largest and longest one, running July 21-August 7. A few of the films have a specific queer aspect.

Jordan Peele on the Dreams and Nightmares of 'Nope'

Jordan Peele on the Dreams and Nightmares of 'Nope'

By Jake Coyle | Jul 19, 2022

It's Peele's most ambitious film yet, a flying saucer horror that digs into the nature of spectacle and the desire to document it — a multithreaded theme that encompasses Hollywood history.

One Million Moms Clutches Pearls over 'Thor' for Barely-There LGBTQ+ Content

One Million Moms Clutches Pearls over 'Thor' for Barely-There LGBTQ+ Content

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 18, 2022

One Million Moms is demanding another boycott. We'll pretend to be shocked.

'Thor' Stays No. 1, While 'Crawdads' Opens Strong

'Thor' Stays No. 1, While 'Crawdads' Opens Strong

By Jake Coyle | Jul 17, 2022

The Marvel sequel "Thor: Love & Thunder" held the top spot at the box office, while the bestseller adaptation "Where the Crawdads Sing" debuted with a better-than-expected $17 million.

How Montgomery Clift Made It Real in his 10 Best Performances

How Montgomery Clift Made It Real in his 10 Best Performances

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 17, 2022

No actor epitomized the closeted actor than Montgomery Clift, who brought a new style of acting to the screen. Over his relatively short career, he brought much of his personality to his onscreen roles. Here are his best.

Fans Decry Hollow 'Super Gay' Claims about New 'Thor' Movie

Fans Decry Hollow 'Super Gay' Claims about New 'Thor' Movie

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 17, 2022

The new "Thor" movie was supposed to be "super gay," according to star Natalie Portman and director Taika Waititi. But fans who screened the film took to social media to say it ain't so.

Queer Journeys: Road Trip, Summer Getaway & Travel Films Worth Watching

Queer Journeys: Road Trip, Summer Getaway & Travel Films Worth Watching

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 17, 2022

If travel this summer is not on the agenda, then try a virtual trip with these queer-friendly films set on vacations or in travel destinations.

Queering Cinema: Joan Crawford in 'Harriet Craig'

Queering Cinema: Joan Crawford in 'Harriet Craig'

By Robert Nesti | Jul 16, 2022

Joan Crawford is something of the queerest movie icon, in part because of the biopic "Mommie Dearest." Of all her many films, the one that comes closest to presenting the controlling persona from that film is "Harriet Craig."

What's Streaming and Queer This Summer?

What's Streaming and Queer This Summer?

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 16, 2022

Summer usually means movie blockbusters and a lot of reality TV, but there are quite a few worthwhile LGBTQ+ fare coming our way in July and August.

Review: 'Persuasion' a Delightful Jane Austen Adaptation

Review: 'Persuasion' a Delightful Jane Austen Adaptation

By Megan Kearns | Jul 15, 2022

Dakota Johnson's captivating performance anchors Carrie Cracknell's charming, playful film adaptation of Jane Austen's novel.

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