The GLAAD Wrap: 'Freeheld' and 'Addicted to Fresno' get trailers; new music from A Great Big World, Parson James; 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) Ellen Page and Julianne Moore's new film, Freeheld, has just released its first official trailer. Based on a true story, the film follows the love story of Laurel (Moore) and Stacie (Page) as they deal with Laurel's diagnosis of terminal lung cancer and the fight for domestic partner benefits so Stacie can receive Laurel's pension. Freeheld will be in limited release on October 2 and expand into other theaters on October 16. Watch the film's trailer below.

2) Natasha Lyonne teams up with But I'm a Cheerleader director Jamie Babbit in her new indie comedy Addicted to Fresno. The film follows Martha (Lyonne), a lesbian hotel maid in Fresno who must help her recovering sex addict sister, Shannon (Judy Greer), after she kills a guest. Other members of the cast include Aubrey Plaza, Molly Shannon, Fred Armisen, and another But I'm a Cheerleader alum, Clea DuVall. Check out the brand new trailer for Addicted to Fresno below, the film will be available on demand September 1 and in theaters October 2.

3) Out director Roland Emmerich's new film Stonewall will arrive in theaters September 25 from Roadside Attractions. The film follows a homeless gay teen who becomes friends with others on the streets of New York.  He finds himself caught up in both the now famous 1969 Stonewall riots and the ensuing political awakening experienced by many in the LGBT community.

4) Former member of the CW's The Flash, Rick Cosnett, has signed on for a recurring role as Elias Harper, an openly gay former defense attorney who has just been recruited as an analyst for the FBI, on ABC's new drama series Quantico. The show revolving around the lives of a group of young FBI recruits is set to premiere at 10 PM on Sunday, September 27 on ABC.

5) Season 3 of the GLAAD Media Award-nominated hit Australian comedy, Please Like Me, has announced a premiere date: October 16 on Pivot. Comedian Josh Thomas plays a version of himself in the series adapted from his live stand up show. In the first season Josh dealt with coming out and loving and losing his first boyfriend and season two saw the introduction of a possible new love interest. Check out the season 3 preview below.

6) Music duo, Priory, has released a video for their song, "Put 'Em Up," which was inspired by member Brandon Rush's brother's experience in the military where he was harassed for being gay. The video features several members of the LGBT community as they come together to embrace who they are. Watch the video below.

7) Out singer, Parson James, has released his new single, "Sinner Like You." The song tells the story of how James felt growing up gay in the South. Check out the audio video for the song about acceptance, "Sinner Like You" below.

8) A Great Big World's Chad King has rewritten the duo's song "Hold Each Other" after being inspired by his own coming out. King has changed pronouns in the lyrics of the song from "her" to "him" stating that "I can't say 'something happens when I hold her.' That's just not who I am." The song is now available to buy on ITunes, check out the lyric video for the song below.

9) The Hollywood Reporter has just released its list for the Top 25 Digital Stars that are making their mark through sharing their lives. The list includes several big LGBT names in the digital world like YouTube personalities and LGBT advocates Hannah Hart and Tyler Oakley who presented YouTube and Google with the inaugural Ric Weiland Award at last year's GLAAD Gala San Francisco. Other LGBT "digital stars" included Connor Franta, Joey Graceffa, and Ingrid Nilsen.

10) The film Dodie and Cheryl Get Hitched is looking for funding to cover production costs such as crew, equipment, locations, and permits. The film follows Dodie Pickerling and Cheryl Shook, a lesbian couple that leads a quiet life in a small Midwestern town. They are accepted by their community because they keep to themselves, but when Cheryl puts up a rainbow flag outside her home and decides she wants to get married to Dodie, the community responds with hate. Visit the film's Kickstarter page to donate and learn more about the film.