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Kit Connor loses his shirt, Lil Nas X’s ‘Challengers’ moment & all the new LGBTQ+ releases this week

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Need a boost to get over Hump Day? The Hot Sheet is Queerty’s midweek pop culture catch-up, highlighting the entertainment stories everyone’s talking about, the ones you might’ve missed, and the notable LGBTQ+ film & TV releases in the days ahead. Here’s everything you need to stay in-the-know:Subscribe to our newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.SHOW ME TO ME: Buzz is already building for Luca Guadagnino‘s next film, Queer, which sources say features the performance of Daniel Craig’s career, is three hours long, and include “a lot of sex.” In the words of that one viral video, “Show me to me, please!” [Queerty]THE FUTURE IS QUEER: Our sister site INTO has kicked off their annual “25 Under 25” feature ahead of Pride Month, honoring the LGBTQ+ youth who are making the world a queerer, better place, including bi “What It Is” rapper Doechii whose music is heating up the charts. [INTO]O ROMEO: Heartstopper‘s Kit Connor gets stripped down in a steamy teaser for Broadway’s fresh new take on Romeo + Juliet, co-starring West Side Story‘s Rachel Zegler and featuring the music of Jack Antonoff.Fan early access tickets are available NOW.

Sign up at https://t.co/IW35d8EiS0 for immediate access. First look at Kit Connor + Rachel Zegler as Broadway’s Romeo + Juliet, featuring the song “Tiny Moves” by Jack Antonoff.

pic.twitter.com/ac7ztvXjBhFEST-IVE: San Francisco’s long-running Frameline LGBTQ+ film festival just dropped a fire lineup for the 48th edition of the fest (running June 19 – 29), featuring queer Western National Anthem, gay football drama Riley, docs about Fire Island, Drag Race’s Lady Camden, filmmakers Merchant Ivory, & so much more.

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