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Justin Hartley Embarks on New Chapters After 'This Is Us'

Justin Hartley Embarks on New Chapters After 'This Is Us'

CELEBRITIES | By Alicia Rancilio | Nov 25, 2022

On NBC's "This is Us," Justin Hartley played Kevin Pearson: A man whose dreams of playing college football were derailed injury — so he decided to try acting, and ended up a big star.

Lee Pace Addresses 'Heartstopper' Actor Kit Connor's Coming Out Experience

Lee Pace Addresses 'Heartstopper' Actor Kit Connor's Coming Out Experience

CELEBRITIES | By Emell Adolphus | Nov 25, 2022

In a new interview, actor Lee Pace is opening up about his coming out while slamming the recent treatment controversy surrounding "Heartstopper" actor Kit Connor, which saw the actor come out as bisexual against his will.

Watch: Milo Yiannopoulos Plans to Help Kanye West Run for President

Watch: Milo Yiannopoulos Plans to Help Kanye West Run for President

MUSIC | By Emell Adolphus | Nov 25, 2022

Milo Yiannopoulos is reportedly planning to help Kanye West run for president in 2024. Yikes!

China Sentences Chinese-Canadian Star Kris Wu to 13 Years

China Sentences Chinese-Canadian Star Kris Wu to 13 Years

CELEBRITIES | Nov 25, 2022

A Chinese court on Friday sentenced Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu to 13 years in prison on charges including rape.

Review: 'We're Here' Grapples with Reality in Season 3

Review: 'We're Here' Grapples with Reality in Season 3

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 25, 2022

The queens of "We're Here" — Eureka, Shangela, and Bob the Drag Queen — continue their advocacy, outreach, and mentoring across deep-red states in Season 3 of HBO's "We're Here."

Cher Posts Thirst Trap of New Boyfriend, Slams Haters: 'We're Grown Ups'

Cher Posts Thirst Trap of New Boyfriend, Slams Haters: 'We're Grown Ups'

CELEBRITIES | Nov 24, 2022

Cher is showing off her new boyfriend on Twitter, sharing a thirst trap of the producer to her 4 million followers and is defending her relationship with him.

With New Series Debuting in Canada, Out Filmmaker Xavier Dolan Hints at Retirement

With New Series Debuting in Canada, Out Filmmaker Xavier Dolan Hints at Retirement

CELEBRITIES | Nov 24, 2022

After making nine movies and one series in the past decade, writer/director/producer/actor Xavier Dolan says he's tired and wants to step back from some aspects of filmmaking. His latest project, a five-episode series, debuts this week in Canada.

New Musical Brings High-Energy World of K-Pop to Broadway

New Musical Brings High-Energy World of K-Pop to Broadway

THEATRE | By Deepti Hajela | Nov 24, 2022

The global sensation that is Korean pop music is coming to center stage in "KPOP," opening Sunday at the Circle in the Square Theatre.

Peter Mill Finds His Voice in Streamlined 'Torch Song'

Peter Mill Finds His Voice in Streamlined 'Torch Song'

THEATRE | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 23, 2022

Boston sees the premiere of Harvey Fierstein's shortened version of his 1982 "Torch Song Trilogy" in Moonbox's production that stars company alum Peter Mill in the role Fierstein made famous. EDGE spoke to him about finding his voice in Fierstein's shadow

Celebs on OnlyFans: 11 Male Stars You Need to Follow (Part 1)

Celebs on OnlyFans: 11 Male Stars You Need to Follow (Part 1)

CELEBRITIES | Nov 23, 2022

Looking for some celebs to follow on OnlyFans? Here are 11 stars you need to check out.

Review: Spielberg Bares his Life in Touching 'The Fabelmans'

Review: Spielberg Bares his Life in Touching 'The Fabelmans'

MOVIES | By Derek Deskins | Nov 23, 2022

With "The Fabelmans," Spielberg makes his coming-of-age picture, an achingly personal trip through his life that proves the man hasn't lost a beat.

Review: 'Wednesday' Channels 'Sabrina' More than Iconic Addams Family

Review: 'Wednesday' Channels 'Sabrina' More than Iconic Addams Family

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 23, 2022

If you're an Addams Family purist, this show will raise hackles of a different sort as it shambles toward you like a Frankenstein's monster of mismatched parts.

Review: 'Devotion' Tells an Important Historical Story but Doesn't Soar

Review: 'Devotion' Tells an Important Historical Story but Doesn't Soar

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Nov 23, 2022

Jonathan Majors and Glenn Powell star in J.D. Dillard's biographical war film about two naval pilots' friendship during the Korean War.

Review: 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' a Must-See

Review: 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' a Must-See

MOVIES | By Derek Deskins | Nov 23, 2022

More than just a sequel to "Knives Out," this followup shows us a director confidently making the movies that he wants to in a manner that only he can. See it for sure.

Review: 'Bones and All' Offers Much to Chew On

Review: 'Bones and All' Offers Much to Chew On

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Nov 23, 2022

"Bones and All" uses cannibalism in a riveting, poignant road-trip coming-of-age romance horror film to explore desire, ostracism, and self-acceptance.

'Top Gun: Maverick' to Land on Paramount+ in December

'Top Gun: Maverick' to Land on Paramount+ in December

MOVIES | Nov 22, 2022

Seven months after first arriving in theaters, "Top Gun: Maverick," the year's top film, will finally land on a streaming service.

Minnesota Vikings Get Trolled with Adult Star in Military Tribute on Jumbotron

Minnesota Vikings Get Trolled with Adult Star in Military Tribute on Jumbotron

CULTURE | Nov 22, 2022

Adult film actor Johnny Sins turns up on NFL team's tribute to military heroes, except pic of him in fatigues was from one of his film roles.

Catch Boston Symphony's Assistant Conductor Anna Rakitina Return this Weekend

Catch Boston Symphony's Assistant Conductor Anna Rakitina Return this Weekend

MUSIC | Nov 22, 2022

BSO Assistant Conductor Anna Rakitina returns to the BSO podium this Friday and Saturday with a program of old favorites, including "Pictures at an Exhibition," along with a recent work with roots to opera's past.

'Drag Race' Champ Jinkx Monsoon to Make Broadway Debut as Mama Morton in 'Chicago'

'Drag Race' Champ Jinkx Monsoon to Make Broadway Debut as Mama Morton in 'Chicago'

THEATRE | Nov 22, 2022

It was inevitable: "RuPaul's Drag Race" double-winner Jinkx Monsoon is headed to Broadway.

Don We Now: SF Gay Men's Chorus Holiday Concerts

Don We Now: SF Gay Men's Chorus Holiday Concerts

MUSIC | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Nov 22, 2022

Christmas will commence early this year when the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus returns with "Holiday Spectacular," an all-new holiday show in four venues, including their Castro Theatre concerts on Christmas Eve.

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