The GLAAD Wrap: 'Jenny's Wedding,' 'Best of Enemies' open; Ian McKellen to narrate new documentary; 'Faking It' trailer 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) This weekend the movie Jenny's Wedding, starring Katherine Heigl and Alexis Bledel, will open in select theaters across the country. The film follows Jenny (Heigl) and her fiancée Kitty (Bledel) as they break down the news of their engagement to Jenny's conservative family. It will also be available on iTunes and OnDemand starting Saturday.

2) Also opening this weekend is the documentary Best of Enemies, which focuses on the 1968 debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley Jr. The film details the explosive television debates and the pair's "rancorous disagreements about politics, God and sex." Watch the trailer below:

3) The  Cannes favorite Carol is now slated to open November 20. The film stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara as two women in a complicated relationship in 1950s New York. In addition, the film Three Generations, starring Susan Sarandon as a lesbian grandmother and Elle Fanning as a transgender teen, has been renamed About Ray. It will be released September 18th.

4) It has been announced that Sir Ian McKellen will lend his voice for the narration of the upcoming TV documentary Muslim Drag Queens. The film "will shed light on Britain’s underground Asian gay male community and follow a series of performers." It will premiere on Britain's Channel 4, but an American release date is yet to be announced.

5) MTV released the newest trailer for the second half of the second season of Faking It. The show returns Monday, August 31st. They also announced that their hit summer show Scream, which features out (and as of yet, still alive) character Audrey, has been renewed for a second season. You can watch the Faking It trailer below.

6) Tig Notaro has landed a pilot order with Amazon Studios, in which the out comedian will turn her own life into a semi-autobiographical comedy. Besides starring in it, Notaro will also co-write the series alongside Oscar-winner Diablo Cody (Juno), and Louis C.K. will serve as executive producer.

7) Earlier this week, the music video for Disclosure's newest single "Omen," featuring Sam Smith, was released. It's part of their upcoming album Caracal, which will be out September 25. Check out the video below:

8) The latest issue of Batgirl ended on a big surprise, when Barbara's former roommate Alysia Yeoh revealed that she had gotten engaged to her girlfriend Jo, and asked Barbara to be her maid of honor.  As one of the few transgender characters in comics, Alysia made a big splash when writer Gail Simone introduced her several years ago.  You can check out the panels of Alysia'a big news at BleedingCool.  

9) The Walker is a brand-new webseries on Refinery29 that follows Walker, a bachelor whose life revolves around being "the ultimate plus one in a world of reality TV and celebrity friendships." It stars Rightor Doyle and features appearances from celebrities like Zoe Kazan, Carey Mulligan, Lily Rabe and Gabourey Sidibe. All episodes are now live on the website.

10) A feature documentary film about the life of trans activist Susan Gapka is being funded at Kickstarter. The film follows Gapka as she faces one of the few obstacles she hasn't overcome yet: her hometown. You can learn more about the project and make any donations here.