The GLAAD Wrap: The Imitation Game,The Queen of Bounce returns and The Land of Stories grows

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) New biopic The Imitation Game opens this week in wide release. The film tells the story of mathematician Alan Turing, who created a decryption machine that cracked Nazi codes during WWII and eventually helped end the war.  That machine also happened to be a foundational invention for modern computers, but despite his monumental contributions to history, the fact that Turing was gay (and publicly prosecuted for it) long kept him from being recognized and celebrated by the general public.  The film stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Turing, along with Matthew Goode and Keira Knightley.

2) Dan Bucatinsky has been promoted to a series regular on the NBC comedy Marry Me. On the show he plays Kevin; one of the main character Annie two dads (both of whom are named Kevin.)

3) The new season of Sirens will premiere January 27th on the USA Network. The series follows 3 EMTS, one of whom is gay, as they bumble through their personal lives while saving the lives of others.

4) Adam Shankman will produce a new series called Vamp for ABC that follows a ballerina who moves to New York and finds herself dancing in the hottest club in town as a means to escape the stress of the ballet world. Shankman will team up with Amy B. Harris - the developer and executive producer of the Carries Diares - for this series.

5) Catey Shaw has released the video for her single "Night Go Slow." The video tells the story of two girls on a romantic adventure, 50's style. Watch it here:

6) New Orleans bounce star Big Freedia will be back with new season of her reality show Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce on February 25th, 2015. The series will continue to follow the Queen of Bounce as she tours, dates and deals with her mother's passing.

7) Glee star Chris Colfer has inked a 5 book deal to extend his hit book series beyond the three he has released so far. The prolific writer and actor also has a YA novel and 2 children's books in the works.

8) Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, the documentary Becoming More Visible has now was released its first trailer, as well as announcing the #Whosyourselfie campaign through MTV Act's website. The documentary from producer and director Pamela French focuses on a group of transgender youth telling their stories as they take part in a photo project with photographer Josh Lehrer. Check out the trailer below.