Nominees for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards, announced Thursday in Beverly Hills, Calif., by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Writer/director Jon Garcia revisits the gay Mormon couple from hie earlier feature film "The Falls" with the new movie "Testament of Love." Garcia himself does some testifying to EDGE.
After "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" hits theaters this weekend, its three leads look headed to super-stardom.
Lesbian director Nicole Conn has stepped up to direct a Marriage Equality PSA featuring celebs like songwriter Jen Foster, Nicole Pacent, Barbara Niven, Guinevere Turner and more.
It’s been a long road, but Brent Hartinger’s 2003 gay YA novel "Geography Club" is now coming to the big screen. EDGE caught up with Hartinger for a chat about the books, the movie, and the prospects for the future.
What do you do when someone tells you that you have 30 days to live? Back in the mid ’80s, it was an all-too-common statement, and devastatingly true all too often. ’Dallas Buyers Club’ offers another take on the familiar story.
The middle section of the "Hobbit" trilogy is as much video game as cinematic project, but it isn’t entirely boring. After all, there’s a hell of a lot going on in the frames of a video game.
Terrific performances and sensational production design make up for a sluggish pace in David O. Russell’s eagerly anticipated follow-up to "Silver Linings Playbook."
Bolstered by a winning performance by Emma Thompson, Disney fancifies the tale of how Walt wrestled away the rights to Mary Poppins from it’s difficult author P.L. Travers.
"Out of the Furnace" succeeds as a riveting crime story, largely due to its central performances.
The Coens normally work in a tone either manic or epic -- here, they play in a minor key, and the title character here is a stand-in for thousands of artists who had the skill to succeed and none of the luck.
Put down your box sets of "Girls" and buy a ticket to a movie about one of the original Grrrls -- as in Riot Grrrls - Kathleen Hanna.