The GLAAD Wrap: new trailers for 'Battle of the Sexes' and 'More Than T,' 'Star: Trek: Discovery' gets increased order and more!

Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBTQ-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend!

1) The first trailer has been released for Battle of the Sexes, the story of the 1973 tennis match between chauvinist Bobby Riggs (Steve Carrell) and lesbian tennis legend Billie Jean King (Emma Stone). Andrea Riseborough stars as Marilyn Barnett, King's hairdresser and girlfriend. The film will hit theaters September 22, check out the trailer below.

2) 120 Beats per Minute, a French drama about AIDS activists in the early 90s has been selected to screen this week at Cannes Film Festival. The film follows French ACT UP members as they try to get the government and pharmaceutical companies to respond and create treatment plans. You can watch the trailer for the film below.

3) Out actress, musician and writer Carrie Brownstein is set to make her feature directorial debut, with MGM's Fairy Godmother, a comedic take on the common fairy godmother story. In casting news, out renowned Shakespearean actor Ian McKellen will play a lead role in Hamlet Revenant, a new adaptation of Hamlet set in a world of political upheaval. Out comedian and actor Nico Santos, of NBC's Superstore, is the newest cast member of Crazy Rich Asians,the forthcoming film based on the popular novel of the same name.

4) Showtime has announced that it will debut a new documentary More Than T to celebrate pride month. The documentary, directed by out trans director Silas Howard (Transparent), will tell the stories of seven transgender and gender non-conforming people. More than T will premiere on Friday, June 23rd at 7pm. You can watch the trailer below.

5) In television news, CBS All Access as upped the order of the new Star Trek: Discovery series to be a 15 episode season, as well as having a companion show to follow each episode called Talking Trek. The first trailer has been released for Discovery as well as the first trailer for the upcoming Will & Grace Revival. TNT has ordered a pilot for Highland, a comedic drama from Margaret Cho inspired by Cho's personal history. Nashville's Zach Welles has been upgraded to a series regular character for the show's upcoming season, and the episodes will continue to dig in to his relationship with out country singer Will.

6) Tegan and Sara have been booked to perform at the inaugural Village Voice Pride Awards. The event is sponersed by Netflix's Sense8 and will "honor global and local heroes in the in the LGBTQ movement working for progress in the community. The event is hosted by out actor Alan Cumming and will take place on June 21st..

7) Halsey has announced that the song "Strangers" will be a duet with Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui, who came out as bisexual last year. The song will be a love story between two women, and the first time Halsey has used female pronouns in a love song. The track will be on the singer's album Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, out June 2nd. In other music news, indie rock band Grizzly Bear, led by out front man Ed Droste, released a new single on Wednesday, "Mourning Sound." This is the second single to be released off their upcoming album Painted Ruins, which will be released August 18th. Until then, you can listen to the single below, and find it wherever music is sold.

8) Iron Spike comics is attempting to release a collection of the web comic As the Crow Flies, a story of the only queer, black girl at a Christian summer camp. This paperback volume will include 270 pages of Melanie Gillman's comic, and will help this story reach more readers. You can find out more about the project here!