The GLAAD Wrap: 'Big Eden' 15th anniversary re-release, the first 'Shadowhunters' teaser, and a new Bloc Party track!

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.

1) This week Big Eden was re-released in HD on Blu-Ray and On Demand for its 15th anniversary.  It tells the story of Henry Hart (Arye Gross), a thirty-something gay NYC artist who returns to his Midwestern hometown to visit his ailing grandfather and ends up going on a journey of self-acceptance as he rekindles an old childhood relationship.  The anniversary release includes the cast reflecting on the film's meaning and impact in the featurette "Remembering Big Eden." The film was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film in Limited Release.  Watch the trailer below:

2) Out actor Andrew Rannells will be stepping in for Jonathan Groff as King George in Hamilton on Broadway.  Groff is temporarily leaving the new Broadway musical to film Looking's finale movie after the San Francisco-based series wasn't renewed for a third season.  Tony Award nominee Rannells replaced another out actor, Neil Patrick Harris, in the Hedwig and the Angry Inch revival on Broadway last year after.

3) ABC Family, soon to be Freeform, has released the first teaser for the highly anticipated series, Shadowhunters! Based on Cassandra Clare's popular The Mortal Instruments novels, the fantasy series stars Glee's Harry Shum Jr. as 400-year-old bisexual warlock Magnus Bane with Matthew Daddario playing gay demon hunter Alec Lightwood. Check out the teaser below, Shadowhunters premieres January 12:

4) After a successful second season FX announced that Tyrant will be returning for a third season, while FOX's freshman series Rosewood received a full season order.  The Rosewood cast includes Gabrielle Dennis as Pippy Rosewood and Anna Konkle as her fiancé TMI, while Tyrant includes Noah Silver as Sammy Al-Fayeed who saw an increased storyline this year.

5) FX is working with Brian K. Vaughan to develop his sci-fi comic Y: The Last Man into a TV series. The comic launched in 2002 and ran for 60 issues following Yorick Brown, the last surviving human with a Y chromosome, and his monkey Ampersand. The series also included Yorick's sister Hero and her girlfriend. Y: The Last Man was previously nominated in Outstanding Comic Book at the GLAAD Media Awards.

6) Tonight, ABC's Dr. Ken will include a story about bullying as Dave is being called names at school and it brings back bad memories of Allison's own struggle with school bullies. The episode is part of Disney ABC Television Group's "Choose Kindness" campaign which was launched this month and included several stars from ABC and ABC Family going purple for #SpiritDay this week to show their support of LGBT youth. Dr. Ken airs Fridays at 8:30 on ABC.

7) Featuring out band member Kele Okereke, Bloc Party debuted their new single “The Love Within” on Monday.  It is the first track off the British group’s unnamed fifth record, anticipated early in 2016.  You can listen to the new track below: