‘Love, Simon’ is a gay coming-of-age story so sweeping and emotional—and with such mass appeal—that we almost can’t believe it exists. (But are so happy it does.)
What a stellar year at the movies.
This ain’t no Los Angeles Times cover.
How Tiffany Haddish miming fellatio with a grapefruit in ‘Girls Trip’ and Timothée Chalamet pleasuring himself into a peach in ‘Call Me by Your Name’ defined the year in movies.
Whether it’s mansplaining #MeToo, arguing that gay actors should stay in the closet, or lecturing a woman of color on diversity, the actor can’t stop sharing his bad takes.
August Ames, 23, was found dead, hanging in a park after she was attacked by an online lynch mob. Her death should be a lesson to all those in the adult industry—and beyond.
A look inside filmmaker Luca Guadagnino’s riveting gay love story, starring Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer, which is earning serious awards buzz. (Warning: Spoilers)