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Gay Entertainment: Everything You Need to Know

If you're on the hunt for articles related to gay entertainment, peruse our stories. Hornet delves into the world of entertainment to keep you informed and — well, entertained.

Looking for the latest on Lady Gaga, or the new gay indie band of your dreams? Want to see Steven Universe's first gay kiss or groundbreaking moments in acclaimed queer cartoons? Maybe you're a literature junkie looking for the next big LGBTQ novel. You can find all of that here within our entertainment stories.

If there are two things gays know how to do, it's how to entertain and how to devour entertainment culture, which is why we cover the gay entertainment world.

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Film
‘Moonage Daydream’ Is Both Too Much David Bowie and Not Nearly Enough

Is it possible — in a film about David Bowie — to have both too much of him and not nearly enough? This is the conundrum posed by Brett Morgen’s immersive, impressive and maddening documentary Moonage Daydream. The film is less documentary and more celebration event: a happening. Given access[…]

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Saccharine Biopic ‘Gigi & Nate’ Is Saved by Two Powerhouse Female Performances

Inspirational / aspirational movies are too good for me. If I get a whiff of anything sullied with a moral lesson (faith-based or otherwise), I recoil. By that measure, Nick Hamm’s Gigi & Nate – about the relationship between Nate (Charlie Rowe), a young quadriplegic, and Gigi, his capuchin monkey service animal[…]

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Billy Porter Updates the John Hughes Rom-Com With Directorial Debut ‘Anything’s Possible’

Anything’s Possible, Billy Porter’s directorial debut, is a vibrant high school love story that’s sweet-natured, breezy, messy, exasperating and trailblazing. This Pittsburgh-based romcom is John Hughes updated for an era of wokeness and a slap in the face of cynicism. Its heart isn’t just on its sleeve; it’s in its[…]

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Calum Scott’s Sophomore Album Is the Ballad-Heavy Soundtrack for Your Next Breakup

Now that Sam Smith’s star has waned, is the world ready for another gay male Adele? New Calum Scott album Bridges, the follow-up to his successful debut Only Human, answers with a resounding yes. Are we ready for it? That depends. If you’re in the middle of a great big romantic[…]

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