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Warner Bros. to Release All 2021 Films on HBO Max, Theaters

Warner Bros. to Release All 2021 Films on HBO Max, Theaters

By Jake Coyle | Dec 3, 2020

In the most seismic shift by a Hollywood studio yet during the pandemic, Warner Bros. Pictures on Thursday announced that all of its 2021 film slate will stream on HBO Max at the same time they play in theaters.

Watch: John Waters Picks the Best Movies of 2020

Watch: John Waters Picks the Best Movies of 2020

Dec 3, 2020

John Waters picks the best movies of 2020 and they aren't the usual suspects.

Gay Romcom 'Happiest Season' Breaks Hulu Records, Director Teases Sequel

Gay Romcom 'Happiest Season' Breaks Hulu Records, Director Teases Sequel

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 3, 2020

Hulu's LGBTQ-themed holiday movie "Happiest Season" has shattered records at the streamer - and out writer-director Clea DuVall is saying she'd be interested in following up with a sequel.

Being Trans, Playing Gay; Hollywood & TV's Evolution

Being Trans, Playing Gay; Hollywood & TV's Evolution

By Jim Provenzano | Dec 3, 2020

The news of Elliot Page's coming out as transgender spread across the internet. At the same time, with less fanfare, actor Viggo Mortensen raised eyebrows with his defense of playing a gay character, both show how LGBT actors and portrayals are evolving.

Review: 'Anything for Jackson' is Mild, Silly

Review: 'Anything for Jackson' is Mild, Silly

By Kevin Taft | Dec 3, 2020

Why, oh why, do seemingly normal people always feel the need to summon Satan? I mean... do any of these people think it is going to end well?

Review: In 'Parallel,' Suspense, Smart Sci-fi are the Best Special Effects

Review: In 'Parallel,' Suspense, Smart Sci-fi are the Best Special Effects

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 3, 2020

A group of young tech bros (and one woman, an artist) living in Seattle discover a hidden attic and a mirror that acts as a portal to other universes in director Isaac Ezban's paranoia-infused sci-fi thriller.

The Sundance Film Festival Goes Largely Virtual for 2021

The Sundance Film Festival Goes Largely Virtual for 2021

By Lindsey Bahr | Dec 3, 2020

Leave the snow boots, parkas and glove warmers in the closet, the 2021 Sundance Film Festival is coming down from the mountain and straight to your living room.

Review: 'Black Bear' Two Different Movies in One

Review: 'Black Bear' Two Different Movies in One

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 3, 2020

You may hate this film; you may find its audacity dazzling; you will probably prefer one of the other of its two main chapters. But it won't be one of those movies that simply evaporates from your mind within hours.

Outfest Launches 2020 Screenwriting Lab

Outfest Launches 2020 Screenwriting Lab

Dec 3, 2020

Outfest has launched its 2020 Outfest Screenwriting Lab. This year's writers feature a range of industry experience and showcase unique perspectives currently lacking in the film and television landscape.

Watch: Boldly Queer Italian Director Ferzan Ozpetek Zooms on His Latest, 'The Goddess of Fortune'

Watch: Boldly Queer Italian Director Ferzan Ozpetek Zooms on His Latest, 'The Goddess of Fortune'

Dec 2, 2020

Ferzan Ozpetek is one of Italy's most prolific and underrated filmmakers. He also happens to be one of the only Italian directors who is boldly queer-inclusive. EDGE zoomed with him about his latest, "The Goddess of Fortune."

James Corden Gets Slammed for 'Gayface' Role in 'The Prom'

James Corden Gets Slammed for 'Gayface' Role in 'The Prom'

Dec 2, 2020

After 'Cats' and 'The Prom,' James Corden should avoid movie musicals. In the upcoming 'The Prom' he plays an out Broadway actor with stereotypes in place.

Review: Loving Documentary 'Dirtwoman' Delivers A Revolutionary Message

Review: Loving Documentary 'Dirtwoman' Delivers A Revolutionary Message

By Noe Kamelamela | Dec 2, 2020

A memorial documentary for the drag queen "Dirtwoman" reveals her impact on the local scene, and how much she is missed.

Review: Magic of 'Coming To America' Revived For 4KHD

Review: Magic of 'Coming To America' Revived For 4KHD

By Michael Cox | Dec 2, 2020

"Coming to America" comes to your home in glorious 4K Ultra HD.

Review: 'Trading Places' a Solid Investment in 4K

Review: 'Trading Places' a Solid Investment in 4K

By Michael Cox | Dec 2, 2020

Your best investment is "Trading Places" in glorious 4K Ultra HD, December 1.

Review: 'Beverly Hills Cop' Still Fresh in 4K

Review: 'Beverly Hills Cop' Still Fresh in 4K

By Michael Cox | Dec 1, 2020

"Beverly Hills Cop" beats the street, in glorious 4K Ultra HD, on December 1.

Review: 'Top Gun' Roars into 4K with this Steelbook Edition

Review: 'Top Gun' Roars into 4K with this Steelbook Edition

By JC Alvarez | Dec 1, 2020

Available now for the first time in 4K Ultra HD! Tom Cruise stars in the film that made him an overnight action hero.

Review: Revisit Middle Earth with 'The Hobbit: The Motion Picture Trilogy' on 4K

Review: Revisit Middle Earth with 'The Hobbit: The Motion Picture Trilogy' on 4K

By JC Alvarez | Dec 1, 2020

Follow the path to high adventure in "The Hobbit: The Motion Picture Trilogy," available now in stunning 4K Ultra HD and Digital.

Review: 'The Lord of the Rings' Trilogy Gets a Stellar 4K Upgrade

Review: 'The Lord of the Rings' Trilogy Gets a Stellar 4K Upgrade

By Sam Cohen | Dec 1, 2020

Peter Jackson's "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy gets an incredible new 4K Blu-ray release from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

Review: 'The Antidote' Reminds Us People Are Good

Review: 'The Antidote' Reminds Us People Are Good

By Karin McKie | Dec 1, 2020

Kahane Cooperman and John Hoffman present an inoculation to the cruelty in the world with this feel-good documentary.

Review: Farcical Finnish Flick 'Nimby' Loses the Thread

Review: Farcical Finnish Flick 'Nimby' Loses the Thread

By Roger Walker-Dack | Dec 1, 2020

The humor has, sadly, got lost in translation of this absurdist lesbian drama from Finland.

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