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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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Get lost in our entertainment section, which covers every major aspect of the entertainment industry.
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OK, Let’s Try This Whole ‘Gay Rom-Com’ Thing Again

The box office for gay-themed films has been bleak this year. Between the stunted returns for Universal’s Bros and the otherworldly under-performance of Disney’s Strange World (both, by the way, solid movies), it’s hard to imagine major studios green-lighting anything with LGBTQ+ themes in the near future. The bright spots have been[…]

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‘The People We Hate at the Wedding’ Squanders Its Stellar Cast With a Severe Lack of Funny

Grant Ginder’s novels are breezy entertainments. Whether tackling the high-level insanities of politics or the messy misunderstandings within family resentments, he’s a precise, funny and unfussy writer. While watching The People We Hate at the Wedding, the first feature film based on his works, I kept asking myself if the[…]

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‘The Menu’ Serves Up Haute Cuisine Alongside Delicious Dark Comedy

Anyone walking into The Menu having seen its trailer already knows the type of movie they should expect. Mark Mylod’s feature film debut, with a screenplay by Seth Reiss and Will Tracy, belongs to a long line of scandalous arthouse entertainments that run the gamut from Godardian brutalism (Weekend) to Buñuelian[…]

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Indie Pop With Edge: New Kuri Album ‘I Love You, You’re Welcome’ Stands Above the Rest

Indie pop — which is pop that’s not as popular as it wants to be — is such a bane to modern music. The breathy vocals, the slavish production echo, the lyrics that might as well be in your own private made-up language, the entire genteel inoffensiveness of it: it’s[…]

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