Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor go gay, Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis face off, Duffy's blue-eyed soul returns, and it's back to The Beginning for the Black Eyed Peas.
This week Cher dazzles, Xtina debuts, Gyllenhaal strips, a Peruvian love story haunts, and buzzed-about Nicki Minaj finally delivers.
A very adult Harry Potter, collaborations by Norah Jones and Dolly Parton and Cher and Christina Aguilera, and a gay love story set in Jerusalem.
There are lesbian marines, queer singers, an exclusive clip of Annette and Julianne making The Kids Are All Right, and Christopher Isherwood's private diaries in this week's Hot Sheet.
James Franco delivers a tour de force performance in 127 Hours, Mariah Carey tries to make Christmas magic twice, Natasha Bedingfield gets inspirational, and Cher gets a boxed set.
The third Lisbeth Salander film comes to theaters, Nicole Scherzinger will "Poison" you, Saw winds down, while Carrie, Blair, and Jo invade your living rooms again.
BearCity delivers for fur lovers, the controversial Ticked-Off Trannies With Knives gets a theatrical release, while Glee's Mark Salling goes solo, Bette Davis plays twins, and sexy Argentinian rivals crawl in bed.
Patrick Wilson loses his family jewels, a bullied preteen finds an unlikely ally, and Jesse Eisenberg invents Facebook, while two long-unavailable camp classics come to DVD.
Helen Mirren packs heat, Glee tackles Rocky Horror, Celebration's Take Me Out spotlights teammates in towels, and Norman Bates is back.
Josh Duhamel and Katherine Heigl seek the advice of some gay neighbors, a teenage John Lennon, the ’70s flick with several minutes of gay sex scenes, and a happy Dave Koz.
James Franco successfully channels Allen Ginsberg, Liza Minnelli offers her confessions, Spartacus: Blood and Sand sells gay sex, and Patti LuPone tells all and then some.
Gay hustlers try to go straight, Jon Hamm teams with Ben Affleck, and Maroon 5 returns as Glee and Modern Family arrive on DVD.
Joaquin Phoenix is still here and enjoying male nudity, Anna Paquin gets romantic, Brandon Flowers goes solo, and lesbian schoolgirls fall in love.
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