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Watch: Man with Cerebral Palsy Shares Inspiring Vid: 'I'm Gay, Disabled & Sexy as F*ck'

Watch: Man with Cerebral Palsy Shares Inspiring Vid: 'I'm Gay, Disabled & Sexy as F*ck'

A gay man's YouTube video is going viral this week for his inspiring message about "the complex relationship between gay men and body image."

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How Hollywood is Giving its Biggest Stars Digital Facelifts

How Hollywood is Giving its Biggest Stars Digital Facelifts

By Lindsey Bahr | May 29
Johnny Depp is just the latest mega-star to get the drastic de-aging treatment on screen, joining several actors getting digital facelifts to play younger versions of themselves.

Soderbergh Says Filming 'Logan Lucky' Made Him a NASCAR Fan

Soderbergh Says Filming 'Logan Lucky' Made Him a NASCAR Fan

By Steve Reed | May 29
Steven Soderbergh was never a big NASCAR fan despite growing up in the South.

'Pirates Of The Caribbean' Tops Box Office, 'Baywatch' Sinks

'Pirates Of The Caribbean' Tops Box Office, 'Baywatch' Sinks

By Lindsey Bahr | May 28
It was smooth sailing to the top spot at the box office for "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," but the waters were choppier for the Dwayne Johnson comedy "Baywatch."

Cannes Palme d'Or goes to Ruben Ostlund's "The Square"

Cannes Palme d'Or goes to Ruben Ostlund's "The Square"

May 28
The Cannes Film Festival awarded its coveted Palme d'Or award to Ruben Ostlund's Swedish comedy "The Square" on Sunday, while Sofia Coppola became only the second woman to win the best director award.

Not Exactly Cannes, this Film Fest Is Fargo - with Drones

Not Exactly Cannes, this Film Fest Is Fargo - with Drones

By Dave Kolpack | May 28
The festival is nothing like those put on for traditional film. Entries had to be 5 minutes or less, with at least half the footage from drone cameras.

Documentary Makers Want Stories of Father Bill Collins

Documentary Makers Want Stories of Father Bill Collins

By Michael d'Oliveira | May 27
Paul Schlegel has lost count of the number of times he witnessed Poverello founder Father Bill Collins administer to men dying of HIV/AIDS in hospitals. But Schlegel has no problem remembering how Collins, who died on May 10, treated those men.

 Review :: 5-25-77

Review :: 5-25-77

By Kevin Taft | May 26
After a long thirteen year wait, Patrick Read Johnson's confused labor of love about his passion for the film "Star Wars" -- and for a girl named Linda -- is finally unleashed on the world, to mixed results.

Report: Out Filmmaker Pedro Almodovar to Direct Netflix Series

Report: Out Filmmaker Pedro Almodovar to Direct Netflix Series

May 26
Prolific filmmaker Pedro Almodovar is reportedly set to direct a series for Netflix.

Never Too Late: Eleanor Coppola on her Directorial Debut at 80

Never Too Late: Eleanor Coppola on her Directorial Debut at 80

By Frank J. Avella | May 25
For years Eleanor Coppola was the woman behind superstar director Francis Ford Coppola. Now, at 80, Coppola makes her narrative film debut with "Paris Can Wait," the romantic road trip movie starring Diane Lane. EDGE spoke to Coppola about the film.

GLAAD Reports Slim Increase in LGBTQ Representation in Film

GLAAD Reports Slim Increase in LGBTQ Representation in Film

May 25
The advocacy group GLAAD says the representation of LGBTQ characters in major Hollywood films increased nearly 1 percent in 2016, but the group says many of the portrayals weren't positive.

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