GLAAD Awards Exclusive Interview: Queer As Folk star Fin Argus “I’ve really come into my queerness & I also got to do that on screen”

Back in 1999, when Russell T Davies’ Queer As Folk first burst on to the UK’s Channel 4, causing a stir both within the LGBTQ+ community and the mainstream press, as well as creating much-needed gay representation on the small screen, actor and musician Fin Argus was just one year old. They’re now starring in… Continue Reading →

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Exclusive: Guillermo Díaz to star in queer horror thriller You Can’t Stay Here helmed by Todd Verow

Guillermo Díaz, star of TV shows like Scandal, Weeds, Law & Order: Organized Crime, and movies like Party Girl, Stonewall (1995), and Billy Eichner’s upcoming BROS, will take the lead in Todd Verow’s 90s New York set queer horror thriller You Can’t Stay Here. The project, which recently launched an Indiegogo campaign, is loosely inspired by real events… Continue Reading →

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Exclusive Interview: yes, the gays are obsessed with Single All The Way stars Kathy Najimy & Jennifer Coolidge

Ahead of the release of Netflix’s first gay holiday rom-com Single All The Way, written by Chad Hodge on December 2nd, national treasures Kathy Najimy and Jennifer Coolidge who star in the film opposite Michael Urie, Philemon Chambers, and Jennifer Robertson, had an exclusive chat with The Queer Review’s editor James Kleinmann. “It wasn’t about… Continue Reading →

GLAAD Awards Exclusive Interview: Michael R. Jackson on writing A Strange Loop “I felt misunderstood, unseen & unheard”

A Strange Loop became the most Tony Award-nominated production of the season today, receiving 11 nominations including Best Musical. On Friday night the show’s Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, composer and lyricist, Michael R. Jackson, gave a powerful and moving performance of Memory Song from the musical on stage at the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards. Ahead… Continue Reading →

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Exclusive Interview: drag superstar Pangina Heals takes on the USA “I can’t wait for people to see my interpretation of what drag from my culture is”

She brought fierce lewks and charisma as a host on Drag Race Thailand, and made the most emotional exit in Drag Race herstory on UK vs The World earlier this year after an impressive winning streak as a competitor. Now, Pangina Heals, the trade of every season, is about to embark on a weeklong tour—RuPaul’s… Continue Reading →

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Mike Ruiz takes leathermen into the metaverse with NFT drop

Celebrity and fashion photographer Mike Ruiz, continues to expand his ongoing portrait series focusing on the beauty and diversity of the leather community, by taking leathermen into the metaverse. On June 5th, Ruiz will be dropping a series of 100 portraits from his leathermen project as NFTs. “With the metaverse gaining momentum and art being… Continue Reading →

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Exclusive Interview: Stephen Dunn on reimagining Queer As Folk “the show is a reflection of my queer family” Plus trailer launch & new first look images

The exhilarating trailer for Stephen Dunn’s reimagined Queer As Folk has just launched ahead of the series’ June 9th debut on Peacock, along with ten new first look images. Set in New Orleans, the trailer features the sounds of Mm Mm Good by one of that city’s most loved residents, the Queen of Bounce, Big… Continue Reading →

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Exclusive Interview: Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir hosts Peacock’s Eurovision coverage “it’s a big pride festival of uniqueness & bravery”

In recent years the USA has finally been waking up to the camp majesty of the Eurovision Song Contest, partly thanks to 2020’s Netflix film, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, and the second season of Drag Race UK’s tribute, The RuRuvision Song Contest, which spawned the hit track UK Hun? Which was… Continue Reading →

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