The GLAAD Wrap: Trailers for 'Paper Girls' and 'Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin', Jerrod Carmichael announces upcoming special, new music from Brandi Carlile, Kidd Kenn, 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.) Samuel Goldwyn has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the female-powered film Tell It Like A Woman, featuring out actress and model Cara Delevingne amongst the star-studded cast. The anthology film is composed of seven intertwining segments directed by women from different parts of the world, including Elbows Deep, starring Delevingne. Tell It Like A Woman is set to hit theaters this coming winter. 

2.) The official trailer has been released for the upcoming thriller Emily The Criminal, starring out actress and producer Aubrey Plaza. The film follows Emily (Plaza), a “dummy shopper” who buys goods with stolen credit cards supplied by her charismatic middleman and mentor Youcef. Desperate for cash and seduced by the thrill, Emily and Youcef hatch a plan to bring their business to the next level in Los Angeles. Emily The Criminal premieres in theaters August 12; watch the trailer below!

3.) Wolfe Releasing has slated out Tony Award-winning playwright and drag legend Charles Busch’s comedy The Sixth Reel, featuring out actress and comedian Margaret Cho, for theatrical release this fall. A down-on-his-luck movie collector (Busch) discovers a lost film and becomes engrossed in an outrageous adventure to deliver it to the right hands before it is gone forever– check out the trailer below! In other Busch news, the film Die, Mommie, Die! has been set for a 2023 streaming debut. The film follows ex-singing sensation Angela (Busch), who poisons her husband Sol (Phillip Baker Hall) in an attempt to escape her marriage and be with a man named Tony. Everything begins to fall apart when Angela suspects that her daughter Edith (Natasha Lyonne) and gay son Lance (Stark Sands) are also sleeping with Tony, while they have their own suspicions about their mother’s involvement in their fathers death. 

4.) Out bisexual actress Alia Shawkat and queer artist Saul Williams have been added to the cast of Zoë Kravitz’s directorial debut Pussy Island. The genre thriller follows the young and clever Frida (Naomi Ackie), who has her heart set on philanthropist and tech mogul Slater King (Channing Tatum). Once Frida has infiltrated Slater’s inner circle, she discovers that there may be more to his lavish island than meets the eye.