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Our Future: Why Do We Expect So Much from Trans Youth?

Our Future: Why Do We Expect So Much from Trans Youth?

By Kyle Mangione-Smith |
Trans people are currently more visible in society than they ever have been, and while that's certainly led to some great developments for the LGBT community, it also means that they're under more scrutiny from society at large than they ever have been.

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'Happy Death Day' Scares Off 'Blade Runner' at Box Office

'Happy Death Day' Scares Off 'Blade Runner' at Box Office

By Lindsey Bahr | Oct 15
The box office might be struggling this year, but the horror genre is alive and well. This weekend the "Groundhog Day"-like horror pic "Happy Death Day" scored a first-place finish, surpassing expectations and blowing the much costlier and star-driven "

Report: Harvey Weinstein's Brother In A 'Waking Nightmare'

Report: Harvey Weinstein's Brother In A 'Waking Nightmare'

By Frazier Moore | Oct 15
The brother of disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and co-founder of the company that now finds itself in crisis says he's in "a waking nightmare" and had no idea "the type of predator" his brother is accused of being.

London Police Receive New Assault Claims Against Weinstein

London Police Receive New Assault Claims Against Weinstein

By Jill Lawless | Oct 15
British police are investigating three new allegations of sexual assault against film producer Harvey Weinstein, all made by the same woman.

London Film Festival to End with 'Three Billboards'

London Film Festival to End with 'Three Billboards'

By Jill Lawless | Oct 15
The 12-day London Film Festival ends Sunday with "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," a small-town tragicomedy starring Frances McDormand and Woody Harrelson that is being tipped as an Oscar contender next year.

'SNL' Gave Passing Notice to Fallen Mogul Harvey Weinstein

'SNL' Gave Passing Notice to Fallen Mogul Harvey Weinstein

Oct 15
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" gave Harvey Weinstein a pass last week. The disgraced movie mogul wasn't quite so lucky this week.

Motion Picture Academy Expels Movie Mogul Harvey Weinstein

Motion Picture Academy Expels Movie Mogul Harvey Weinstein

Oct 15
In a move virtually unprecedented, disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's membership in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was revoked Saturday by its board.

Documentary About Anxiety Taps a World-Class Athlete

Documentary About Anxiety Taps a World-Class Athlete

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 14
A new documentary about anxiety argues that everyone to some extent suffers from stress, nerves and social fear. And, to make their point, the filmmakers have enlisted as Exhibit A the most decorated Olympian in history.

Haynes + Vachon, Moviemaking Duo

Haynes + Vachon, Moviemaking Duo

By Sura Wood | Oct 14
In 1991, following the release of their first collaboration "Poison," producer Christine Vachon and director Todd Haynes found themselves on the leading edge of what has since been dubbed New Queer Cinema.

Boseman, Hudlin Team Up to Portray a Young Thurgood Marshall

Boseman, Hudlin Team Up to Portray a Young Thurgood Marshall

By Jesse J. Holland | Oct 14
Chadwick Boseman knows a little about portraying icons: his acting resume includes Jackie Robinson, James Brown and comic book's first black superhero, the Black Panther. But even Boseman was wary to play Thurgood Marshall.

Coming to a Movie Theater Near You: Dubai Destroyed, Again

Coming to a Movie Theater Near You: Dubai Destroyed, Again

By Jon Gambrell | Oct 14
The coming film "Geostorm" marks just the latest movie in which Western filmmakers put the commercial capital of the United Arab Emirates in their crosshairs.

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