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The Switch is a television series set in Vancouver Canada. Produced by Trembling Void Studios the show is a first of its kind. The Switch will feature 6 recurring transgender roles and tell their stories as they navigate thru contemporary Canadian society.
Former President Bill Clinton will be honored at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles where he will receive GLAAD's first Advocate for Change Award during the event at the JW Marriott on April 20, Deadline reported this morning. Entertainment attorney Steve Warren will also receive the Stephen F. Kolzak Award at the event and special guests will include film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Charlize Theron and Jennifer Lawrence.
VITO: A New Documentary by Jeffrey Schwarz, an HBO documentary film about the life of gay activist Vito Russo, is now available on DVD.
Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.
Documentarian Michiel Thomas explores the coming out process for for LGBT athletes through film, and hopes that his new project will provide the opportunity to give answers to the questions of stereotypes and misunderstandings about being an LGBT-identifying person in sports.
As the United States Supreme Court begins to hear arguments in cases that will decide the future of Prop. 8 and DOMA today in Washington DC, out celebrities and allies took to Twitter to express their support for marriage equality.
In a speech at the LA Gay & Lesbian Center gala last night, Sony Pictures Entertainment Co-Chairman Amy Pascal used the opportunity to call on Hollywood to improve the depiction of the LGBT community in film and television by doing away with anti-gay language and stereotypical characters.
Each week The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.
Bully will be honored by the Producers Guild of America at its annual awards show in January.
The Wrap's Tim Molloy examines some new gay characters inhabiting villainous roles in film and television.
In many families, the holidays are a noisy time, full of chatter and commentary.
'Any Day Now,' set in the late 1970s, is based on a true story. Cumming’s character, Rudy, is a down-on-his-luck drag queen who dreams of being a singer – and who takes in the teen, Marco, after the boy’s mother is arrested for drug possession. Rather than let Marco disappear into foster-care system, Rudy tries to adopt him, in partnership with a semi-closeted attorney named Paul (Garret Dillahunt).
The Sunday screening of new documentary "Gay Latino L.A.: Coming of Age" is the film's U.S.
In a new profile in The New York, the Wachowski siblings discuss the making of their new film, Cloud Atlas, and Lana's transition.
The starring couple of this week’s “Hit and Run,” Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell, have yet to say “I do” after a two-year engagement. But the pair recently told CNN that they do want to get married - it’s just that they’re intent on waiting to tie the knot when their gay friends have that right, too.
“I’m queer,” he says, simply. “I have a lot of really wonderful friends who are of very different sexes and genders. I am very much in love with no one in particular. I’ve been trying to figure out relationships, you know?"