Paramount's Elton John biopic made its long-awaited debut at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday night.
Madonna gave an emotional speech upon receiving the Advocate for Change Award from LGBT+ media monitoring organisation GLAAD.
Oscar-winner Charlize Theron has revealed that her adopted child Jackson identifies as a girl and that she’ll fight for her right to do so.
Beyoncé's 2019 GLAAD Media Awards speech was irreplaceable.
George Clooney has a long relationship with Deadline, often on matters beyond film and television. In a guest column, he calls for the immediate boycott of the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Hotel Bel-Air and six others to protest the imminent legalization of laws that make it open season on the LGBTQ community in Brunei.
Transgender model and actress from Manipur Bishesh Huirem has been engaged as “State Icon” by the Election Commission (EC)
On Thursday’s Late Show to promote her new Netflix series The Umbrella Academy, an adaptation of Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá’s Dark Horse Comics series about a family of grown-up child superheroes, Ellen Page, instead, used her network airtime to fight some real-world evils.
The campaign to save North Carolina’s Bennett College has drawn some high-profile supporters, including Jussie Smollett, the “Empire” actor who this week reported he was attacked in Chicago by two masked men who uttered racial and homophobic slurs.
“We want to be clear, this was a racial and homophobic hate crime. “
The alleged attack of black, gay actor Jussie Smollett is “reflective of what we see in our national data of hate violence,” according to Anti-Violence Project’s Eliel Cruz.
The "Empire" actor's work matters particularly to people who seek inspiration while enduring multiple, concurrent forms of prejudice.
Jussie Smollett, one of the stars of the Fox television show “Empire,” was attacked in Chicago early Tuesday morning by two people who yelled racial and homophobic slurs and wrapped a rope around his neck, according to the police, who said they were investigating the incident as “a possible hate crime.”