The GLAAD Wrap: 'The Girl in the Spider's Web' in theaters, 'Shadowhunters' sneak peek, new videos from Calum Scott, 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) The newest film adaptation in Stieg Larsson’ Millenium series, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, opens this weekend. The film stars Claire Foy as bisexual protagonist Lisbeth Salander, a vigilante fighting on behalf of abused women, who has to confront her past in this next installment. Also starring in the film is trans model and actress Andreja Pejic, who can be seen in a new clip below. Spider's Web is an adaptation of the first novel in the series written by David Lagercrantz after Larsson's passing. The film opens on Friday, click here for tickets.

2) Out director/producer Greg Berlanti (Arrowverse, Love, Simon) has been announced as the director and producer of an upcoming biopic on Rock Hudson for Universal, based on Mark Griffin's All That Heaven Allows: A Biography of Rock Hudson. Hudson passed away from HIV and AIDS-related complications in 1985. In other film news, a new adaptation has been announced for a feature film version of the musical The Color Purple, based on the Alice Walker novel. Steven Spielberg, who directed the 1985 film adaptation, Oprah, and Quincy Jones are among the producers of the newest film project. The multiple Tony Award-winning Broadway musical focused heavily on the novel’s romance between protagonist Celie and singer Shug Avery, and we are excited to see this in the film as well.

3) Out actor Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, known for his role on unREAL and in the newest season of American Horror Story, has been cast in the lead of upcoming indie film Spiral. The film follows two men raising a 16-year-old girl in a small town where nothing is as it seems. In other film news, out producer and actor Dan Bucatinsky and Lisa Kudrow are producing one of Freeform’s original holiday films, Ghosted, starring The Bold Type’s Aisha Dee and Orange Is the New Black’s Kimiko Glenn.

4) The date has been revealed for the final episodes of Freeform’s Shadowhunters, the GLAAD Media Award-winning science fiction drama that features an ensemble full of LGBTQ characters, including fan favorite couple Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood (dubbed Malec by fans), and Raphael Santiago, cable TV's only asexual character. Shadowhunters will return on February 25 and a new sneak peek featuring a cute Malec moment is below. In further TV news, Brooklyn Nine-Nine will return on January 10 for its sixth season, the first on new network home NBC.

5) The cast for the upcoming season of RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars 4 has been announced. Previous queens Monét X Change, Latrice Royale, Trinity Taylor, Farrah Moan, Valentina, Monique Heart, Jasmine Masters, Naomi Smalls, Gia Gunn, and Manila Luzon will all return to battle it out for the title. All Stars 4 premieres on VH1 on December 14, marking the first time that 3 seasons of the franchise have debuted in a single calendar year.

6) Out musician Calum Scott has released a video for his newest single "No Matter What." The track follows Scott's journey of accepting himself and coming out. "What I love about this song is that it isn’t just limited to a story of sexual identity, but about the relationship between parent and child and acceptance as a whole," he said of the track. Check out the video below, a special edition of his debut album Only Human will be out November 30.

7) Out singer J. Hoard, known for his vocals on Chance the Rapper’s Grammy-winning “No Problem,” released his newest EP Follow Me (Now) recently. Hoard sings about love and sex as a queer man of color, a voice that is so often missing in popular music. Listen to the EP here! In other music news, Christine and the Queens put out a new video this week for the single "The walker," and a lyric video was released for "Revelation" from the film Boy Erased by Troye Sivan and Jónsi.

8) Out gay singer, King Princess released her new single “Pussy is God” last week, with an accompanying music video. The song was co-written by her girlfriend, out actor and activist Amandla Stenberg. The video for the celebratory song is available below, and the single is available to stream and download.

9) Pocket Bear Press is working on creating two new queer anthologies that are currently crowdfunding. In Monster Journey, transmasculine creators Dylan Edwards, Andi Santagata, Nero O'Reilly, Higu Rose and Al Neun wrote five stories featuring monster adventures. For the Love of Monsters, the second in the collection, features romances between human and monsters. Click here to support the project!