The GLAAD Wrap: 'Legend' gets a trailer; 'Transparent' renewed; Tove Lo releases new music video

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) Chan-wook Park, the acclaimed South Korean director of films such as Stoker and Snowpiercer, has begun production on his next film, Fingersmith. The film will be a Korean reinterpretation of Sarah Waters' Victorian era novel of the same name that focuses on a lesbian love story. Park's film will take place in Korea and Japan during the 1930s when Korea was occupied by Japan. South Korean actresses Kim Min-hee, and Kim Tae-ri will star in the adaptation, along with actor Ha Jung-woo who will play the male lead. The film will begin screening in 2016.

2) A new trailer for the upcoming film, Legend, has been released. Tom Hardy will play twin brothers Reginald Kray and (openly bisexual) Ronald Kray in the upcoming film that follows the lives of the  infamous London gangsters in the 1950s and 1960s. The twins became famous for their notorious crimes and for hanging out with stars such as Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra at their popular nightclub. Check out the brand new trailer for Legend below.

3) MTV is set to air the documentary White People from Pulitzer Prize-winning gay journalist Jose Antonio Vargas. The documentary will follow the lives of five young white people from various backgrounds as they discuss race, whiteness, and racial identity in America. White People will also show other young people's conversations on race in schools and community centers. This documentary is part of MTV's Look Different campaign that aims to showcase biases based on gender, race, and sexual orientation. Another part of the campaign is the "Look Different Creator Competition" which invites new filmmakers to create videos presenting new views on privilege in today's society. White People premieres on July 22 at 8 p.m. on MTV and will be available to view on, the MTV App, and MTV's Facebook and YouTube channel. Check out the documentary's trailer below.

4) Amazon's breakout hit, Transparent, has just been renewed for a third season before the second season even premieres! The comedy series follows the story of a trans woman named Maura (Jeffery Tambor) as she deals with both coming out late in her life and her somewhat dysfunctional family. Along with this great news, series creator Jill Soloway has signed a deal with Amazon Studios to develop more television projects for Amazon Prime.

5) Showtime has just confirmed that Sarah Silverman will return for season 3 of Masters of Sex in her role as Helen. Helen's story in season 3 will begin with her and Betty (Annaleigh Ashford) dealing with the challenge of trying to have a baby as a lesbian couple in 1966. The third season of Masters of Sex will premiere at 10pm on Showtime on July 12. Check out the trailer for the third season below.

6) Out actor and star of the television show Empire, Jussie Smollett, will reunite with his sister Jurnee Smollett-Bell on the upcoming WGN drama, Underground. The actor will guest star on Underground, which is a period piece that follows the lives of a group of slaves as they attempt a dangerous escape from a Georgia plantation. Smollett will play Josey, a runaway who trusts no one. Underground is set to premiere in 2016 on WGN America.

7) Out Looking star Russell Tovey has joined the cast of AMC's upcoming miniseries The Night Manager. Tovey will act alongside Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston in the adaptation of the John le Carré novel of the same name. The story follows former British soldier Jonathan Pine, who is recruited to infiltrate the inner circle of a lethal arms dealer. The miniseries is set for broadcast in 2016.

8) Tove Lo has released the video for her track, "Timebomb" which features various couples, including two same-sex couples that are dealing with the emotional rollercoaster of their own relationships. The track is part of Tove Lo's debut album Queen of the Clouds. Check out the music video below.

9) The American acapella group Pentatonix has just released a new video titled the "Evolution of Michael Jackson." The group covers 25 different Michael Jackson songs spanning his entire career in the video. Some of the covers include ABC, Thriller, and Man in the Mirror. Pentatonix is heading on tour with Kelly Clarkson this summer. Check out the music video below.

10) The LGBT thriller Brides to Be is looking for funding to help cover costs for post-production and distribution. Brides to Be tells the story of Jenna and Robin on the eve of their wedding as Jenna goes on a journey of self-discovery, while Robin becomes a victim of the supernatural. The story is not only about the power of love, but contains an allegory for the way hate and fear infects the lives of those in the LGBT community. The film comes from the creators of the short films, Practical Things and Together Forever, which have garnered over 1.5 million views on YouTube. Learn more at the Brides to Be Seed & Spark page and check out the trailer for the film below.