The GLAAD Wrap: 'Moonlight' and 'The Handmaiden' in theaters now, new music from Lady Gaga, Tyler Glenn

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) Moonlight opens in select theaters today! The film follows a young black man who is struggling with his identity and coming out while growing up in a tough neighborhood in Miami, with the story told through three periods of his life. Find a screening of Moonlight near you!

2) The Handmaiden, directed by Park Chan-Wook and inspired by the novel Fingersmith, is out in theaters now. In the film, Sook-hee, a young Korean woman, is hired to serve as the maid for an isolated young Japanese woman named Hideko, but it turns out that Sook-hee is secretly plotting to steal Hideko’s inheritance. Check out the trailer below and find a showing of The Handmaiden near you.

3) Revolver Entertainment has acquired the documentary The Cara Project about bisexual model and actress Cara Delevingne. Danny DeVito and David Margulies starred in the short film Curmudgeons, adapted from a play of the same name, which is out now on Vimeo for free streaming. The two play an outrageous, older couple who have gotten together after being friends their entire lives.

Curmudgeons from Jersey 2nd Avenue on Vimeo.

4) Hulu has renewed Billy Eichner’s Difficult People for a third season, and Amazon has renewed Bosch for a fourth season ahead of season three which will air next year. YouTube Red has ordered a second season of Joey Graceffa’s series Escape the Night. Freeform has announced that The Fosters and Switched at Birth will return on Tuesday, January 31, the network also released the first trailer for the second season of Shadowhunters which premieres January 2.

5) Lady Gaga has released her newest album, Joanne. The disc is a change of pace from her normal pop style to a more country feel. She is currently doing a limited time dive bar tour. Tyler Glenn also dropped an album this week, his first solo effort after building a career as the front man of Neon Trees. Excommunication deals with a Glenn’s feelings since coming out and his relationship with the Mormon faith.

6) Marvel has announced that gay X-men mutant Iceman will be getting his own solo series. No date has yet been announced. Chris Colfer, best known for playing Kurt Hummel on Glee, has announced his next YA novel, Stranger Than Fanfiction. The story, out on March 7, follows a young actor who decides to join four fans on a road trip across the country after they jokingly invited him on Twitter. YouTuber Hannah Hart released her memoir, Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded, this week. The novel includes new stories from Hart about her life, family, and everything she has figured out so far about love, self-worth, friendship, and being a public figure.