10 Romantic Comedies for People Who Hate Romantic Comedies

10 Romantic Comedies for People Who Hate Them

Formulaic “chick flicks” give the genre a bad name, but these films have much more on their minds.

Hot Sheet: February 6, 2015

Hot Sheet: Dirty Pop

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Kelly Clarkson, Sam Smith’s video wedding, Kylie Minogue’s newest sound, and the Grammys.

This Short Film Proves Love Is a Universal Language

This Short Film Proves Love Is a Universal Language

A short Spanish película created for a department store chain is just about perfect.

Director Reveals Intimate Portrait of an Icon: Her Friend Matt Shepard

Not Only an Icon, Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine

Director Michele Josue has an enlightening perspective on her friend Matt in a new documentary.

Op-ed: Marching Backwards from Selma to Hollywood

Op-ed: Marching Backwards from Selma to Hollywood

The film Selma hits home for some viewers more than others. Is that why Ava DuVernay was shut out of the Oscar race?

WATCH: 'Ex-Gay' Subject of New Film Grateful to James Franco

WATCH: 'Ex-Gay' Subject of James Franco's Film Grateful

Michael Glatze, played by Franco in I Am Michael, is happy to see his story on screen. But what's the film's stance on praying away the gay?

Hot Sheet: January 30, 2015

Hot Sheet: Perry Nation

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include the Athena Film Festival, RuPaul, ABC's Fresh off the Boat, and that Katy Perry concert with tight-ended wide receivers.

Hot Sheet: January 23

Hot Sheet: Ellen Wheels

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include The Flash’s new gay villain, Sirens, getting kinky with The Duke of Burgundy, and Ellen’s Design Challenge.

Patrick Stewart: 'Supporting Gay Rights Is Natural'

Patrick Stewart: 'Supporting Gay Rights Is Natural'

The iconic actor talks about his new film Match, the joys of sex, and why he's honored to to be misidentified as a gay man.

Op-ed: Straightwashing 'Pride' Is a Crime Against History

Op-ed: To Straightwash Pride Is a Crime Against History

The 1980s was a time when LGBT Brits were legally silenced, so why silence them in 2015?

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