The GLAAD Wrap: 'Dirty 30' out now, 'The Tyler Oakley Show' launches, George Takei's 'Allegiance' comes to big screen and more!

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) Dirty 30 is out now in select theaters and through video on demand services. The film, which stars out YouTuber and GLAAD's Davidson/Valentini Award recipient Hannah Hart, centers on three best friends throwing a thirtieth birthday part in hopes of escaping the different ruts all their lives all fallen into. The trailer includes Hart's character Charlie announcing her engagement to her girlfriend. Check it out below and find Dirty 30 on your video service of choice now.

2) The musical Allegiance, which starred George Takei and was loosely inspired by his own childhood, will play on the big screen for one night only on December 13. The musical follows a family displaced from their home in California and confined in an internment camp in Wyoming after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The full production will screen, as well as behind the scenes footage and interviews with the cast and creators. In other film news, a biopic about gay pop art icon Andy Warhol is in the works.

3) On December 21, DC Comics and IDW Publishing will release Love is Love, a 144-page graphic novel benefitting Equality Florida's work to help the survivors of the Pulse shooting. The book will sell for $9.99 and includes over 100 stories set to art from some of the biggest names in comics. You can pre-order now.

4) The Tyler Oakley Show launched this week on Ellen DeGeneres's digital network, Ellentube. Oakley will host the weekly talk show as celeb guests stop by for a chat and some fun. The premiere episode features Celine Dion and Kerry Washington.

5) In TV development news, Greg Berlanti's newest drama, The Marquis, has been given a script commitment at ABC. ABC has also put into development a series called Grace about a group of adult siblings in Missouri whose lives are changed when their minister father comes out. Producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have teamed with John Stamos to develop a cable drama series about the "fame and excess of daytime soaps in the 1980s." In casting news, out actress Cherry Jones has joined season three of ABC's American Crime and Billy Eichner will join NBC's production of Hairspray Live!.

6) Lady Gaga dropped the video for her new single "Perfect Illusion" this week. Tegan and Sara also dropped a music video for "Stop Desire." Queer country duo My Gay Banjo released the video for "Like Magic" and Wrabel released a video for the track "11 Blocks."