Exclusive: Uncoupled star Neil Patrick Harris & series creators Darren Star & Jeffrey Richman at NY premiere “it was the happiest partnership of my life”

Tuesday night saw Darren Star (Sex and the City, Younger, Emily In Paris) and Jeffrey Richman's (Modern Family) new Netflix comedy series Uncoupled, starring Neil Patrick Harris, premiere at New York's iconic Paris Theater, followed by a glitzy cocktail reception at the nearby Plaza Hotel. The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann was on the stylish... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Alan Cumming & Jono McLeod on telling “the perfect high school movie story” with My Old School

With his intriguing and innovative feature documentary My Old School, filmmaker Jono McLeod revisits the now legendary, stranger-than-fiction story of a Scottish high school student who went by the name of Brandon Lee. A former classmate of McLeod's, Lee had enrolled at Bearsden Academy in Glasgow, Scotland in 1993. After leaving the school the following... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Anything’s Possible star Abubakr Ali “a big question for me, both in my life & in my work, is how do I mobilize my privilege to uplift those around me?”

Abubakr Ali, who graduated the Yale School of Drama alongside Jeremy O. Harris in 2019, made entertainment industry headlines last September when he was cast as the first Arab Muslim man to play a lead role in a screen comic book adaptation. Following TV guest spots on shows like The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Katy... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Young Men in Love editors Joe Glass & Matt Miner “we want cool parents to buy this book for their queer kids”

Indie comic publishers A Wave Blue World's new queer comic romance anthology, Young Men in Love is drawing a lot of attention. This collection of 20 gay love stories spans genres, art styles, and relationships, with a top-tier collection of queer creative talents including Sina Grace, Josh Cornillon, Chris Shehan, Charles Pulliam-Moore, David Booher, Anthony... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Victoria “V.E.” Schwab on Netflix’s queer vampire series First Kill “I wanted to tell a story that 16-year-old me might have seen herself in”

Queer vampire series First Kill, created by New York Times bestselling author Victoria “V. E.” Schwab, based upon her own short story of the same name, launches on Netflix today, Friday, June 10th. It's a "Juliet and Juliet" tale of two households and forbidden love, which introduces us to teenage vampire Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook)... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Stephen Dunn on reimagining Queer As Folk “the greatest gift Russell T Davies gave me was saying ‘it’s yours, run with it'”

While Closet Monster writer-director Stephen Dunn was developing his reimagined Queer As Folk, now streaming on Peacock, he flew to Manchester to meet with Russell T Davies, the creator of the original series. "One of the greatest gifts Russell gave me, aside from the title", Dunn shares with The Queer Review's James Kleinmann, "was after... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Johnny Sibilly & Devin Way on starring in Stephen Dunn’s reimagined Queer As Folk on Peacock

Following roles in hit shows like Pose and Hacks, Johnny Sibilly is now starring in Stephen Dunn's reimagined Queer As Folk opposite Grey's Anatomy star Devin Way. Here they speak with The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann about creating the on screen relationship and history between their characters, Noah and Brodie, the reality of shooting... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Queer As Folk star Jesse James Keitel & exec producer Jaclyn Moore “as trans artists it’s our duty to tell every aspect of our story”

Peacock's Queer As Folk executive producer and writer Jaclyn Moore spoke with The Queer Review’s editor James Kleinmann about her relationship with Russell T Davies’ original series, overcoming her initial reservations about becoming involved in Stephen Dunn's reimagined version (now streaming on Peacock), her approach to writing the beautifully-crafted episode 6, “Bleep”, and her conversations... Continue Reading →

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