True triple threat Nick Adams (Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Wicked) stars as “Cooper” in the highly-anticipated gay-themed romantic comedy Fire Island The Movie alongside Bowen Yang, Margaret Cho and the film’s writer Joel Kim Booster. The film is set for release today, June 3, on Hulu. Continue reading “Nick Adams & Hulu’s New Rom-Com ‘Fire Island’”
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Check out the trailer for the upcoming queer coming-of-age romantic comedy, Crush, from Hulu. It looks totally adorbs. Continue reading “Queer Coming Of Age Rom-Com From Hulu ‘Crush’”
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The upcoming road-trip romantic comedy, The Thing About Harry, starring out actor Jake Borelli (Grey’s Anatomy) looks like it’s going to be uber-adorable.
Borelli plays Sam, a funny, neurotic, cute young gay who wields his scathing wit alongside an idealistic worldview. He came out in high school, something that took a lot of courage in his small Missouri town, but was bullied constantly.
Niko Terho is Harry, an uncomplicated romantic player who leaves broken hearts in his wake. The thought of commitment scares Harry to death, even though he actually yearns for love, family, and stability.
The film follows the former high school enemies who are forced to drive to a friend’s engagement party on Valentine’s Day together.
Along the way, Sam discovers Harry has since come out and the two get stuck spending the night at a roadside motel. You see where this is going, right?
The cast also features Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown as Paul, a well put-together, pretentious gay man and GLOW‘s Britt Baron will play Sam’s best friend Stasia. Director Peter Paige will also play Casey, Sam’s kind-hearted roommate.
The film debuts on Freeform network on February 15. Check the trailer below.