The GLAAD Wrap: Hannah Hart starring in 'Dirty 30','Hap and Leonard' renewed, Todrick Hall's tour documentary, 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) Out YouTube star Hannah Hart will star in Liongate’s new comedy, Dirty 30, alongside fellow YouTubers Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart. The film centers around three best friends throwing a thirtieth birthday party in hopes of escaping the different ruts that their lives have fallen into. The trailer includes Hannah's character Charlie announcing her engagement to her girlfriend. The film will be released in select theaters and online September 23rd.

2) Mirror Productions has greenlit Vita and Virginia, a film about the friendship and romance between authors Virginia Wolf and Vita Sackville-West. The film will be directed by Chanya Button who previously directed the LGBT-inclusive film Burn Burn Burn. In other film news, the official trailer for the upcoming Netflix film Tallulah – starring out actress Ellen Page - was released this week.

3) This fall, PBS will premiere the special From This Day Forward as part of their POV series. The documentary follows Sharon Shattuck, whose mother transitioned when Shattuck was a teenager. As her family comes together to plan her wedding, Shattuck searches for an understanding of how her family came through the situation. The documentary will screen alongside the short film Pink Boy about a gender nonconforming child growing up in rural Florida.

4) Sundance TV picked up Hap and Leonard for a second season, continuing the adventures of an ex-con and a gay Vietnam veteran. The second set of six episodes will air in 2017. Additionally, FX renewed the inclusive animated espionage series Archer for three more seasons. Hulu renewed original series Casual for a third season and Billy Eichner's Difficult People for a second season.

5) Out actress Sarah Paulson has officially signed on for the second season of Ryan Murphy's American Crime Story. The new season is set to chronicle America's reaction to Hurricane Katrina. Out actress Samira Wiley (Orange is the New Black) will be joining the cast of FXX’s You’re the Worst as a therapist, Justina. Fresh Off the Boat's Constance Wu has been cast as Jane, a queer military psychologist with a wife and daughter, on Hulu’s upcoming drama Dimension 404.  Lastly, out television personality Andy Cohen will be hosting The Bravos, a new pop culture award show premiering on July 20.

6) Out singer Todrick Hall has partnered with AwesomenessTV for a special behind-the-scenes documentary of his Straight Outta Oz tour. The film will follow Hall on tour as he performs his original musical based partially off of The Wizard of Oz, Hall’s personal experiences growing up gay and black in small town Texas, and trying to make it in Hollywood. Last week, Hall premiered the hour long music video Straight Outta Oz which included guest apperances by several stars including Amber Riley, Jordin Sparks, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and more. The Straight Outta Oz tour begins July 7 in Vancouver.

7) DC Comics announced Midnighter & Apollo, a six-issue miniseries that will reunite gay superhero couple Midnighter and Apollo. Midnighter’s standalone series Midnighter was nominated in the Outstanding Comic Book category at the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards. Midnighter & Apollo #1 will hit shelves this fall.

8) The Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home, a about lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel's autobiographic novel, will end its 18- month run on Broadway on September 10. The musical made history at last year's Tony Awards as writers Lisa Kron and Jeanine Tesori became the first all-female writing team to win the award in Best Original Score Written for Theatre. Fun Home will launch a national tour in October with stops in more than 40 cities.

9) The team behind the documentary Being Gay in Cuba has launched a crowdfunding campaign in order to finish the film. In 1999, they traveled to Havana and interviewed gay men and women about their lives in Cuba, and now, seventeen years later, they wish to return to see what has changed and what hasn’t. Learn more about the film and their crowdfunding campaign on the Being Gay in Cuba Kickstarter page.