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Marvel is reportedly seeking a transgender actress for a role in the franchise. According to Geeks Worldwide, a casting call has been released for an anonymous character called Jessica, a role for “a transwoman actress of any ethnicity in her 20s to 30s”. The character will be included in Phase 4, which includes films such as Black Widow, The Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder. However, Jessica could...

The director and writer – who is best known for creating Buffy the Vampire Slayer and his work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – is working on another television drama with strong female heroines at the helm. According to a description by HBO, The Nevers – which will premiere in 2020 – follows “a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world”. Outlander star Laura Donnelly and Olivia Williams...

The Emmy Award-winning show’s staple challenge – which sees the contestants impersonate celebrities for a parody of Match Game – will return for the highly-anticipated British spin-off. BBC also announced the two guest stars for the episode, one of which will be iconic television presenter Lorraine Kelly. “It was hilarious!” she said in a statement. “I had such good fun. I am in awe of every single one of the queens.” Stacey Dooley, television presenter and documentary filmmaker, will join Lorraine....

All good things come to an end. Twice? On Thursday, NBC announced that the upcoming season of the Will & Grace revival will be its last. The cancelation appears to have been a unified decision from the show’s creative team. When the show, created by David Kohan and Max Mutchnik, first premiered in 1998, it marked a new moment in LGBTQ visibility for mainstream audiences. It ran for eight seasons and was revived in 2017 to much acclaim (and even a mention...

The Celebrity Big Brother winner spoke to Metro about her time on the sixth season of the Emmy Award winning series and how she and fellow contestant, Bianca Del Rio, used to break the show’s rules. “You are not allowed to talk when you’re not on camera,” she told the publication. “It’s reality TV – they want to capture all the magic for the cameras so you’re sequestered away in rooms and everyone gets in a minivan to the hotel...

Former White House deputy Sebastian Gorka on Monday blamed a popular British pre-school children’s television series on starting the “whole trans thing,” reports Media Matters. Gorka, who last week warned his radio audience that the U.S. Women’s soccer team wants “to destroy everything that is wholesome in our country and in our Judeo-Christian civilization,” issued the new bizarre claim on the July 22 edition of Salem Radio Network’s America First with Sebastian Gorka. “Ignorance is no defense,” Gorka said. “I’m sorry....

Iran has seized a foreign tanker with 12 crew accused of smuggling fuel in the Gulf, state television quoted Iran's Revolutionary Guards as saying on Thursday. "A foreign vessel smuggling one million litres of fuel in the Lark Island of the Persian Gulf has been seized," the station said. The vessel was towed on Sunday after a distress call and was later seized for fuel smuggling, it added. Our journalists are working on this story and will update it as soon as...

The 2019 Emmy nominations were announced yesterday and queer artists made a strong showing. Season One of Pose scored big in major categories, as did the lesbian thriller Killing Eve, Rupaul’s Drag Race, and Russian Doll, the surreal Netflix series co-created by out-lesbian Leslye Headland. Some of the LGBTQ artists who scored nominations include Billy Porter, Ellen Degeneres, Kate McKinnon, and Laverne Cox, just to name a few. All that is great! Unless you’re Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill. Merrill, who is currently running a 2020...

During a mass service in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Sunday (14 July) afternoon, one of the country’s most famous priests, Father Marcelo Rossi, was shoved off stage by a woman who ran past security and onto the stage with him. The shocking moment happened in front of an estimated crowd of 50,000 people, and was also broadcast on television. According to various Brazilian news outlets, the unnamed woman is 32-years-old and had travelled from Rio de Janeiro with her three-year-old child...

POSE — CR: Jeffrey Neira/FXOn a misty New York City morning, a party bus drove a gaggle of entertainment writers to a remote area of the Bronx where a pair of soundstages keep creative vigil amid the industrial sprawl of warehouses, plants, and factories. We knew we’d found the right place by the few cast members dressed in their colored costumes standing outside for a break—much like the soundstages, a splash of color in an area teeming with gray. None...

Yeah, I think she had to review every single penis before putting it on the show. For me, it was interesting because that scene was actually very real, and the look on my face and the way that I was feeling was very real. The energy in the room of that many big men jumping and yelling and slapping you — nudity aside — I’m nothing like Nate, and it was so intense. I didn’t realize locker rooms could...

Pose is coming back for thirds! Just after the groundbreaking series premiered its second season, FX has given an early green light to season three. And while the show is critically acclaimed, the real test of a series’ longevity is viewership. Pose has both. The June 11 season two premiere drew its largest audience, to the tune of 1.2 million viewers. “Pose has elevated our culture and the TV landscape like few shows before it, and we are honored to partner with co-creators...

The first, "Terrence McNally: American Masters," is a moving look into the life of Terrence McNally, a pioneer playwright that shocked the world with his raw, relatable emotion. It airs on June 14 at 10 p.m. "The Lavender Scar", premiering on June 18 at 9 p.m., is a highly anticipated documentary narrated by Glenn Close telling the untold story of a vicious forty-year campaign witch hunt to purge gay men and women from the federal workforce.Finally, the station will air "POV:...

Asia Kate Dillon, 34 Actor, activist Dillon gained attention as a prodigy when they graduated from the Actor’s Workshop of Ithica, an adult training program, at 16. A series of stage and television roles (such as Orange Is the New Black) followed before Dillon landed the part of Taylor Mason on the Showtime series Billions. Taylor marks the first time a major non-binary character has appeared as a series regular. This year, Dillon gets an even bigger stage, starring in John Wick Chapter...

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Today this video blog became viral. John Barrowman, a star of “Doctor Who”, “Torchwood” and  TV’s Arrow, shot his daily video blog near the swimming pool. His...