No, you're not dreaming, and, yes, you read that right: " Like, so gay " Kristen Stewart has been tapped to star in a lesbian holiday romantic comedy , directed by fellow out-lesbian Clea DuVall. The movie, titled Happiest Season , is the story of a woman with big plans to propose to her girlfriend at her family's annual holiday party — until she finds out that said girlfriend's conservative family doesn't yet know she's gay. Like any great rom-com, this story is ripe for tender moments interrupted by all the laughs, dramatic twists, and passionate, can't-live-without-you realizations that we've come to expect from flicks in the genre — but with a solid queer offering that's long overdue for an appearance on the big screen. It wasn't until earlier this year that Love, Simon hit theaters and gave audiences the first mainstream gay coming-of-age movie. Fortunately, change is slowly but surely happening.
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Finally, after a long two-year wait, the inside-the-Beltway-warts-and-all talk-of-the-political-town-on-both-sides-of-the-aisle document everyone in Washington D. This Sunday, the final season of the HBO series begins with Selina Meyer back on the campaign trail to once again become the first female President of the United States, but, like, for real this time. The show debuted before Barack Obama was re-elected, during a time of a scandal-free White House, and will end during a Donald Trump administration that often makes Veep feel like a Frederick Wiseman documentary. As insane, petty, corrupt, and back-stabby as the only fictional Oval Office could be, there is love and joy in the Meyer family. From their new Manhattan brownstone, the lovely couple is also overseeing the millions of dollars in the Meyer Fund, the whopping inheritance left from her grandmother. Played by Sarah Sutherland of the Donald and Kiefer fame!
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He gave DuVall a small weirdo role in his teen dramedy Popular , which was frequently helmed by Cheerleader director Jamie Babbit. I am glad that Bloody Face killed Wendy. I guess we have to remember that it was and Sister Jude was threatening to out her. It was such a different time.
If you were a woman coming of age in the late '90s, chances are high that Clea DuVall had an influence. The actor may not have been a massive name, but she played a role in some of the decade's most feminist works, from Girl, Interrupted to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was her role in the film But I'm A Cheerleader , though, that had the most impact of all.