The GLAAD Wrap: 'Call Me By Your Name' trailer, 'In A Heartbeat,' new music from Wrabel and more!

Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBTQ-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend!

1) Call Me by Your Name has released its first trailer. The film details the complex relationship between young Elio and the American student his parents host for the summer, set against the golden backdrop of Lombardy. Based one André Aciman’s book of the same name, the film debuted to rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival this past January and will arrive in theaters November 24.

2) Filmmakers Beth David and Esteban Bravo tell the story of a young love in their animated short film In a Heartbeat. The film follows a young boy who spies the boy he has crush on the way to school; while he is determined keep his feelings a secret, his heart has other plans. Check out the heartwarming animated short film below which has racked up millions of views already!

3) The highly anticipated Will & Grace revival has been renewed for a second season over a month before its debut. The announcement was made at the TCA's on Thursday, and season one will premeire on September 28th on NBC. In other TV news, the first trailer for out actor Jonathan Groff's Netflix series Mindhunter has been released, which stars Groff in the role of a FBI special agent as he profiles infamous serial killers.

4) Steven Universe has its first official music video! In the video, Estelle, the voice of Garnet on the show, sings the anthem “Stronger Than You” to a crowd of fans at Comic-Con 2017. The Steven Universe soundtrack, available on iTunes and Google Play, hit 22 on the Billboard 200 and number 3 on the Digital Albums chart.

5) Hip-hop artist Kevin Abstract released his his new music video for his single “Miserable America." The song addresses the homophobia and racism he faces as a queer black man. Abstract raps, “My boyfriend saved me / My mother’s homophobic” in one verse, and then “My boyfriend hates me / Won’t let me meet his parents” in the next. Abstact's album American Boyfriend: A Suburban Love Story is available to stream and download, and you can watch the video below.

6) Out Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke released a duet with out singer Olly Alexander (lead singer of Years & Years) on Thursday. The song "Grounds for Resentment," is a love/heartbreak song between the two men. Okereke says that Alexander inspired him on songwriting as a gay musician, and using "he" pronouns in his music. Check out "Grounds for Resentment" wherever music is sold.

7) Kesha announced a solo tour this week, beginning September 26 in Birmingham and ending November 1 in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale August 5. She has also released a fourth track from her Rainbow album, titled “Hymn,” which she describes as for “people who feel like they don’t fit in, people who feel like they don’t have a hymn.” Kesha recently teamed up with GLAAD and George Takei to create a shirt that supports transgender service members.

8) Out singer Wrabel released a new music video for his song, “The Village.” The music video features trans actor August Aiden, sitting at a dinner table with Trump’s campaign in the background, then cutting his hair and confronting his family. “I just wanted to write a simple song letting anyone that feels like an outside know that the problem isn’t you,” says Wrabel.

9) The Fullbright Company, behind the narrative indie game Gone Home that features a queer love story, has created another game which features LGBTQ characters. In Tacoma, set decades into the future, players slowly uncover the stories of six crew members who live on a space station and the intimate ways they interact. The game was released Tuesday on Steam and Xbox One.

10) The Power & Magic: The Queer Witch Comics Anthology Series returns with Immortal Souls, a book of ten original stories, all authored by women and non-binary creators of color and featuring queer witches of color. The first volume, Immortal Souls, is about “what it means to be a person of power in all its complexity.” Creators include Amber Huff, Patdog, and Sonia Liao. Check out their Kickstarter page for more information.