Lindsay Lohan dons nun drag, U.K. sensation the Green Children enchant with "Dragons," while Leslie Jordan trips on the pink carpet.
Katy Perry secures her gay fan base, J. Lo finds her Back-Up Plan, the latest adaptation of Dorian Gray stays gay, and Heart returns for the first time in six years.
Jerry O'Connell strips down to fend off piranhas, Anthony Hopkins plays gay for Ivory, Jennifer Aniston takes on Bill O'Reilly, and Mad Men undress.
James Franco gets dumped by Julia Roberts, School of Seven Bells releases an ethereal new song, and Miley tries to grow up while Tilda Swinton time-travels and changes genders.
Step Up goes 3D, Prop. 8 trial backer Rob Reiner returns with a love story, Barbra Streisand on Blu-ray and an anthem from Our Lady J.
Zac Efron grows up, Lady Gaga gets remixed, collectible Kim Novak and Basquiat remembered.
Angelina is all action, Jane Lynch goes Cougar, Jane Krakowski takes a stab at Whitney and Kelis and Robyn hit the road.
This weekend gives us a license to rock out with a look at the pioneering Runaways — of course, after listening to new albums from Sheryl Crow and Cassidy Haley and the Sunshine Rebels
Julianne Moore and Annette Bening raise a family, Sarah McLachlan and friends hit the road with Lilith, and Grease gets a sing-along rerelease.
Kelis celebrates the "4th of July," Taylor Lautner gets hot and heavy, and Colin Firth delivers an award-worthy performance in Tom Ford's directorial debut.
Tom Cruise, Jake Shears, the Indigo Girls, and a touching documentary about a 16-year-old boy (pictured) who is brutally attacked for being gay make up this week in film, music, and books.
With the exception of indie documentary 8: The Mormon Proposition, this week it's all about the big names in pop, with Miley, Macy, Cyndi, and Shady.
While Bradley and the boys blow stuff up, women like Sarah McLachlan and Joan Rivers make us laugh, sing along, and recite campy dialogue that only Elizabeth Berkeley and Gina Gershon could deliver...in Blu-Ray.
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