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7 Things That Are Everything This Week

7 Things That Are Everything This Week


Our entertainment and events highlights this week include dinosaurs in heels, staying up with Miss Jackson, and a very hard Jake Gyllenhaal.

7t-150724-0_0 Wherq, watch, listen, yaaaas, want and geek out with the 7 things that are everything this week.

7t-banner-watch_07t-150724-7_0Outfest Online from DirecTV

Did you miss this year's Outfest, the LGBT film festival of Los Angeles? Don't fret. Thanks to a partnership with DirecTV, many of the films are now available online. Watch Add the Words, Day Drunk Guys, The Heroes of Evil, and more festival highlights on your computer or tablet with the click of a button. Visit OutfestOnline to learn more.

7t-banner-wherq_07t-150724-6_0 Jurassic Park: High Heels Edition
One of the strangest aspects of the summer blockbuster Jurassic World was the high heels of Bryce Dallas Howard's character, who heroically insisted on wearing them while in hot pursuit from hungry dinosaurs. The gag continues to run in Jurassic Park: High Heels Edition, a brilliant YouTube parody that re-imagines all of the characters -- and dinosaurs -- in the franchise's previous films as sporting pumps of their own. "All of the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park are female," says B. D. Wong in the original movie. "And they look good!" enthuses the video's narrator. Judge for yourself in the video below.

7t-banner-listen_07t-150724-5_0 Janet Jackson - "No Sleeep" Feat. J. Cole
Damn, Miss Jackson, we've missed you! "No Sleeep," the first jam from her upcoming album Unbreakable, has shifted into high gear with a new music video released today. Featuring J. Cole, the video is a familiar trip into the sensual side of one of the MTV generation's defining icons, one who continues to serve it up like no other.

7t-banner-watch_07t-150724-4_0 I Am Cait
An interview with Diane Sawyer. The cover of Vanity Fair. A courage award at the ESPYs. After a whirlwind of history-making publicity, the hotly anticipated E! series on Caitlyn Jenner, I Am Cait, will premiere this weekend. This eight-part docu-series chronicles the Olympian's journey into the spotlight as a transgender public figure, showing both the private and public impact of life after gender transition. Expect cast (and family) members of Keeping Up With the Kardashians to make appearances, but also expect a series with more gravitas.

7t-banner-geekout_07t-150724-3_0 Super Boys Meet Baby
Spinning out of the pages of So Super Duper, indie comic creator Brian Andersen's beloved queer superhero, Psyche, begins a new adventure with his husband in Super Boys Meet Baby. The super couple have stopped super villains and saved the world countless times, but are they prepared for parenthood? Find out here.

7t-banner-yas_07t-150724-2_0Secret Guide to Fabulous
The boys are back with a new season of tips and tricks guaranteed to help you unlock the path to fabulous. Join the show's experts Rob Younkers (fashion and style), John Gidding (design), and Theodore Leaf (entertainment) for a sneak peak of what's in store on Friday, July 31 at 9:30 p.m. on Logo.

In Southpaw, Jake Gyllenhaal continues his proud tradition of baring his torso in beautiful films. This well-muscled iteration puts the actor in the corner of Billy Hope, a boxer who rose from a New York orphanage to become a light heavyweight champion. However, the death of his wife, played by Rachel McAdams, threatens to throw him back into the abyss. He must fight not only to maintain his title, but prove to the world that he is competent to raise their only child. Watch the sports drama in theaters this weekend.

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