The GLAAD Wrap: 'Giant Little Ones' premiere, trailers for 'SKAM Austin' and the 'The OA Part II,' new music from Ben Platt and Ria Mae, and more!

1. The LGBTQ coming-of-age film, Giant Little Ones, premieres in New York City at the Angelika Film Center March 1, as well as the AMC Sunset 5 in Los Angeles. The film follows two best friends, whose lives are turned upside down after a romantic moment takes place between them at a birthday party. Special Q&A sessions with the stars from the film will be held after the premiere. Watch the trailer below.

2. Last Friday brought the announcement that out bisexual actress Tessa Thompson and Nnamdi Asomugha are set to star in and produce a romance film titled Sylvie. The film follows the titular Sylvie who falls in love with an aspiring saxophonist who works at her father’s music store. In other film news, Russian Doll's out co-creator Leslye Headland is rewriting American Huckster: How Chuck Blazer Got Rich from-and Sold Out-the Most Powerful Cabal in World Sports, which she'll also direct for HBO films. Will Ferrell is set to star as the titular Chuck Blazer. The film will surround Blazer’s rise to the top of FIFA.

3The CW’s much buzzed about pilot Glamorous announced its leads on Tuesday. Out actor Ben J. Pierce will play the lead, a gender non-conforming character named Marco. Pierce most recently appeared in Fuller House and has a significant following on YouTube. Glamorous will follow his character Marco’s journey of what it means to be queer when he lands his dream internship at a cosmetic company by accident. Brooke Shields will play Madolyn, the woman who runds the company.

4Facebook Watch announced on Thursday that Season 2 of SKAM Austin will premiere on March 15. The premiere will start on March 15 and be followed by various video clips over the following days. On March 22, and every Friday thereafter, all of the week’s videos will be shaped into an episode. Based on a Norwegian format, the show surrounds the lives of teenagers and includes several queer teens. Watch the teaser below.

5. CBS All Access announced on Thursday that Star Trek: Discovery has been renewed for Season 3. The streaming service also announced that out writer/producer Michelle Paradise, known for her work on The Originals and Exes and Ohs will join Alex Kurtzman as co-showrunner. Watch the Season 2 trailer below. GLAAD Media Award-winning comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine was also renewed for a seventh season on its new home over at NBC. 

6. The OA Part II trailer dropped on Wednesday. The series' second season will premiere on Netflix on March 22. The show will continue to follow OA as she makes her way through a new dimension. Meanwhile, back in the show's original dimension, the gang tries to figure out OA’s story. The OA features Buck Vu, a transgender teen played by trans actor Ian Alexander, in the gang of teenagers. Watch the trailer below.

7GLAAD Davidson/Valentini Award winner, out singer Adam Lambert, announced Monday that The Show Must Go On: The Queen+ Adam Lambert Story is set to air on ABC in the spring. The documentary will portray Lambert’s rise to fame and his move to eventually joining the iconic band. Listen to Lambert's new single which dropped last week, "Feel Something," below. 

8. Out Tony Award-winning singer and actor Ben Platt released a new single and accompanying video on Thursday. The new song, “Grow As We Go,” is his third single off his upcoming debut album Sing To Me Instead, which will be released on March 29. Platt will also be kicking off a tour on May 3. More information is available here.

9Out bisexual singer and author Ani DiFranco released her book tour dates on Monday for her memoir No Walls and the Recurring Dream. The tour will start on May 7 in New York and run through October. More information is available here.

10. Queer singer Ria Mae's announced that her EP Stars will be released on March 8. Mae’s new R&B inspired track, “Trixi,” is out now. The track follows three other recent releases off the album. Listen to the track below. 

11From GLAAD Media Award winner Samantha Allen comes Real Queer America: LGBT Stories from Red States. The book is set to release on March 5 but BuzzFeed News released an excerpt on Thursday. Pre-order Allen’s book here.

12. Fell Swoop, a queer sci-fi romance webcomic is currently funding to release a print version. The story follows two members of a mission who are trapped together in the ruins and begin to fall in love. The other characters also include a majority of LGBTQ folks amongst them. Learn how you can support the project here.