Arts & Entertainment

In the Arts & Entertainment section, The Advocate brings readers all the latest news on Hollywood, Broadway, and beyond. From New York to Los Angeles, The Advocate shines a spotlight on the stars of the screen who are lending their voices to support the LGBT community, as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals who are moving the cultural needle. Discover A-list interviews, the best gay movies and reviews of theater, music, books and television. Learn how Arts & Entertainment can shape national dialogue and can work to advance equality.
Bryan Cranston: 'End This Silliness' of Opposing Marriage Equality

Bryan Cranston: 'End This Silliness' of LGBT Discrimination

The Breaking Bad star called for an end to discrimination against the LGBT community. 

WATCH: Gay Dream Team of Michael Urie, Randy Harrison in Such Good People

WATCH: Gay Dream Team of Michael Urie, Randy Harrison in Such Good People

Now, that's a handsome couple.

7 Things That Are Everything This Week

7 Things That Are Everything This Week

Our pop culture highlights list this week includes the the modelings of Magic Mike, the horror of being Unfriended, and the wherq-ings of The Prancing Elites Project.

PHOTOS: A Year With Max of RuPaul's Drag Race

Photographer Travis Chantar met Season 7 drag queen Max Malanaphy in 2014 and spent a year photographing the performer.

Out Musician Aiden Leslie on Life, Love, and His Sexy New Video 'I Just Go'

Out Musician Aiden Leslie on Life, Love, and His Sexy New Video 'I Just Go'

The 38-year-old singer-songwriter says music got him out of a 'dark time.'

Stars Help Raise Cash for LGBT Scholarships

Stars Help Raise Cash for LGBT Scholarships

More than half a million dollars got raised for LGBT scholarships to college during the annual Point Honors gala in New York on Monday.

Watch Carl(a), Starring Laverne Cox, for Free in New York

The film will premiere at the Ziegfeld Theater on April 20 as part of a fund raising campaign for the National Center of Transgender Equality.

GLAAD: LGBT Characters All But Disappeared in Movies

GLAAD: LGBT Characters All But Disappeared in Movies

GLAAD’s 2015 survey reports that only 17.5 percent of Hollywood studio films featured LGBT characters — and gives failing grades to Sony and Disney.

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