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'Color Purple' Actor Loses Role After Anti-LGBTQ Post Comes to Light
Report: Gay Sex Scene in 'Rocketman' Could be Cut for PG-13 Rating

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'Color Purple' Actor Loses Role After Anti-LGBTQ Post Comes to Light

Deaf, Trans Actor Joins DC Superhero TV Pantheon

By Kilian Melloy |
A British revival of the stage version of "The Color Purple" was set to star Oluwaseyi Omooba - until anti-LGBTQ Facebook comments posted by the actor in 2014 came to li...

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In End of 20th Century Fox, A New Era Dawns for Hollywood

In End of 20th Century Fox, A New Era Dawns for Hollywood

By Jake Coyle | Mar 23
When the Walt Disney Co.'s $71.3 billion acquisition of Fox was completed at 12:02 a.m. Wednesday, the storied lot — the birthplace of CinemaScope, "The Sound of Music" and "Titanic" — no longer housed one of the six major studios.

 Review :: Dragged Against Concrete

Review :: Dragged Against Concrete

By Sam Cohen | Mar 22
Director S. Craig Zahler returns to the crime genre with "Dragged Across Concrete," a film about two dirty cops and recently released inmate who cross paths during a gold heist.

 Review :: Relaxer

Review :: Relaxer

By Sam Cohen | Mar 22
Director/writer/provocateur Joel Potrykus is back with another epic about being a dirtbag in capitalist America with "Relaxer." The film reunites the director and his "Buzzard" star Joshua Burge.

Report: Gay Sex Scene in 'Rocketman' Could be Cut for PG-13 Rating

Report: Gay Sex Scene in 'Rocketman' Could be Cut for PG-13 Rating

Mar 22
The Daily Mail is reporting that execs from Paramount Pictures are demanding Dexter Fletcher, the director of the Elton John biopic "Rocketman," and producer Matthew Vaughn cut a 40-second gay sex scene to score a PG-13 rating.

Armie Hammer Might be Out on 'Call Me By Your Name' Sequel

Armie Hammer Might be Out on 'Call Me By Your Name' Sequel

Mar 20
Despite previously saying he'd be down to star in a sequel to the gay romance drama "Call Me By Your Name" actor Armie Hammer has apparently changed his tune.

White Hot, Not Melting :: Jack Tracy on His LGBTQ Supernatural Thriller 'Snowflake'

White Hot, Not Melting :: Jack Tracy on His LGBTQ Supernatural Thriller 'Snowflake'

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 20
EDGE caught up with Jack Tracy to discuss the rigors and opportunities of his hands-on, low-budget filmmaking, delve into the fantastical mirror that "Snowflake" holds up to our times, and hear about his many ongoing projects.

Watch: Pitt & DiCaprio Star in Trailer for Tarantino's New Film 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'

Watch: Pitt & DiCaprio Star in Trailer for Tarantino's New Film 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'

Mar 20
The new trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" is here.

 Review :: Good Boys (SXSW)

Review :: Good Boys (SXSW)

By Derek Deskins | Mar 20
"Good Boys" is fantastically self-aware and has an organic humor that never feels like it's trying to be anything other than what it should be.

 Review :: Us

Review :: Us

By Padraic Maroney | Mar 20
Attempting to prove he is not a one hit wonder, Peele leans in heavier to the horror genre with "Us." Whether you are looking to watch a thinking person's horror allegory or just want to see a bunch of people get killed, the film works on both levels.

Now 30, 'The Little Mermaid' Paved the Way for Elsa and Anna

Now 30, 'The Little Mermaid' Paved the Way for Elsa and Anna

By Mark Kennedy | Mar 20
It's not uncommon for people to just look at Jodi Benson and burst into tears.

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