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Snoop Dogg Writes, Deletes Anti-Gay Instagram Comment

Sep 15
Snoop Dogg reportedly posted a screen cap of an Instagram user's account to his own account app early Monday morning, adding an anti-gay comment, which he also posted to his Twitter. He has since deleted the posts.

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Ann Hampton Callaway

Ann Hampton Callaway Gets Sassy

By John Amodeo | Sep 15
Ann Hampton Callaway offers her tribute to the late, great Sarah Vaughan with "From Sassy to Divine: The Sarah Vaughan Project," which she brings to Scullers this week as well as a CD release. EDGE spoke to Callaway about remembering Vaughan.

@ Reeling :: LGBT Films to Watch For

By Kevin Langson | Sep 15
Reeling, Chicago's LGBT film fest, celebrates its 32nd year this week. EDGE's Kevin Langston offers a preview of some titles that will be screened.

Actress Daniele Watts and Brian Lucas

Police Detain 'Django Unchained' Actress in LA

Sep 15
Actress Daniele Watts, who appeared in "Django Unchained," is complaining that she was handcuffed and briefly put in the back of a squad car after a public display of affection with her white companion.

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Movie Reviews

A scene from 'May in the Summer'

May in the Summer

By Roger Walker-Dack
The movie starts out with an energy of a fast paced multi-cultural family melodrama, but as soon as May's enthusiasm for her forthcoming nuptials wan, so does ours too in the aimless plot that follows.

Tom Hardy and Matthias Schoenaerts star in 'The Drop'

The Drop

By Kevin Taft
Tom Hardy gives a mesmerizing performance as a man struggling with loneliness and a past he thought he had left behing.

James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain star in 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby'

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

By Kevin Taft
A heartbreaking character study of a relationship in turmoil, "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them" features two of the best performances of the year and a tremendous character study of love and loss.

Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig star in 'The Skeleton Twins'

The Skeleton Twins

By Kevin Taft
Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader do Oscar-worthy work in a funny, but heart-breaking tale of two siblings struggling with life.

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