Exclusive Interview: We’re Here season 2 star Bob the Drag Queen ” if you talk about Black people, you are talking about queer people, because, hello Mary, here I am!”

Tonight's episode of the Emmy-nominated We're Here, the fourth in season two, sees drag superstars Bob the Drag Queen, Shangela, and Eureka arrive in Selma, Alabama. It's a town that is of course known internationally for its prominent place in the US civil rights struggle partly because of the more than six hundred foot soldiers,... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Emmy-nominated creators of HBO’s We’re Here Stephen Warren & Johnnie Ingram “we set out to tell stories that are being ignored”

With the first three episodes of season two of We're Here now streaming on HBO Max—and new episodes airing on Mondays at 9pm ET/PT on HBO—The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann had an exclusive conversation with the show's Emmy-nominated creators and executive producers Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram. They share their determination to go even... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Jinkx Monsoon on The Return of The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show, LIVE! “it’s for misfits & weirdos, & even normal* people too!”

Last year drag superstar Jinkx Monsoon made a memorable festive cameo in Clea DuVall’s Happiest Season with fellow Drag Race alum BenDeLaCreme, with whom she co-wrote and co-starred in the acclaimed holiday tours of To Jesus, Thanks for Everything! -Jinkx and Dela and All I Want for Christmas is Attention, as well as The Jinkx... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Eureka on We’re Here season 2 “drag is therapy, it’s art, it’s a way for us not just to feel fierce & fabulous, but to be emotional & vulnerable too”

With the first two episodes of the second season of the uplifting Emmy-nominated unscripted series We're Here now available to stream on HBO Max, certified drag icon Eureka took the time to speak with The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann about returning to the show, feeling a deeper connection with their We're Here sisters Bob... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie star Max Harwood “I wanted to forget what I’d seen on stage & root my character in the real-life inspiration”

Ahead of today's global launch of Everybody's Talking About Jamie on Prime Video, The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann spoke exclusively with the film's breakout star Max Harwood. Based on the hit West End show, which was inspired by a true story—or as the opening titles put it, “this really happened, then we added the... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Tony-nominee Rory O’Malley on voicing gay teenager Daniel in Netflix’s Chicago Party Aunt & returning to the stage in Hamilton

Tony-nominee, or "one-time Tony-loser" as his husband Gerold apparently likes to playfully tease him, Rory O'Malley recently returned to the role he took over from Jonathan Groff on Broadway, King George III in Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton, at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles. While the nation's theatres were dark, one of the things that helped... Continue Reading →

The Eyes of Tammy Faye New York premiere exclusive interviews with Jessica Chastain, Cherry Jones, Jeremy Scott, Scarlet Envy & more

At Tuesday night's New York premiere of The Eyes of Tammy Faye, The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann was on the hot pink carpet to speak with the film's producer and star Jessica Chastain, her co-stars Cherry Jones and Mark Wystrach, director Michael Showalter, and screenwriter Abe Sylvia, along with World of Wonder founders Fenton... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Days of Our Lives Beyond Salem stars Chandler Massey & Zach Tinker on playing screen husbands Will & Sonny

Three-time Daytime Emmy winner Chandler Massey, who has portrayed gay character Will Horton on Days of Our Lives since 2010, and Daytime Emmy-nominated Zach Tinker, who has taken on the established role of Will's husband Sonny Kiriakis, speak exclusively with The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann about being part of the weeklong special event on... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: “we are queer creators pushing our way into a straight space” filmmakers Ng Choon Ping & Sam H. Freeman on their SXSW short Femme

Among the queer highlights at last month's SXSW Online 2021 was the short film Femme, by co-writers-directors Ng Choon Ping and Sam H. Freeman. The film stars I May Destroy You's Paapa Essiedu as Jordan, a femme queer man in London who leaves the safety of a night out clubbing with his friends and gets... Continue Reading →

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