The CW's new reality show Capture features 12 teams of two dropped in a remote, mountainous area for one month, as they compete to be the last team standing and take home the $250,000 grand prize. This season features host and "Game Master" Luke Tipple and three out contestants, including James Wallington. James spoke with GLAAD about his experience on the show, challenging stereotypes, and what he hopes viewers will get from his story.
As if making her network television debut wasn't nerve wracking enough, comedian Cameron Esposito had to perform her first late-night television routine on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in front of not one, but two comedy legends.
The full trailer for John Krokidas's Kill Your Darlings starring Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan, Ben Foster, Michael C. Hall, and Elizabeth Olsen has hit the web and finally we're given a real feeling about the film which offers a take on the beat poet Allen Ginsberg's young life.
With the release of GLAAD's first Studio Responsibility Index last week, we asked you to tell us who your all-time favorite LGBT film characters were. The hundreds of replies we received contained a wide and diverse range of answers which demonstrated two very important points: (a) these film characters make a profound and lasting impact on us, and (b) almost none of them come from movies made by the major Hollywood studios.
The newest issue in the Kevin Keller series, Drive Me Crazy, hits shelves tomorrow with an introduction by George Takei and a cover touting the series Outstanding Comic Book honor at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in San Francisco.