Ana Ortiz Talks LGBTQ in 'Love, Victor' and Overcoming Latino Machismo

 Love Victor Ana Ortiz Michael Cimino

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests, the LGBTQ community is also part of the conversation when it comes to equal rights. A new Hulu series, "Love, Victor" tackles the subject with a coming of age story starring Michael Cimino (ANABELLE COMES HOME) as Victor and Ana Ortiz (“Whiskey Cavalier,” “Ugly Betty”) as mom. The actress opens up about her character who may not be accepting of her son's orientation because of machismo culture.

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'Wonder Woman 1984,' 'Tenet' Delayed; 'Bill and Ted 3' Moved Up

Tenet, Wonder Woman 2, Bill and Ted 3 Face the Music

As movie theaters set to reopen in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic at half-capacity or with no restrictions at all in places like Georgia, the summer blockbusters are revving to go but Warner Bros. has decided to move WONDER WOMAN 1984 from August to October. Warner Bros.' other high-profile movie TENET, directed by Christopher Nolan, was pushed back two weeks to July 31st. BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC, on the other hand, moved up their release two weeks to August 14, the date left open by the WONDER WOMAN sequel change. Here's how your summer movie options are shaping up to look like. 

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Watch Dave Chapelle's New Special '8:46': More Rant Than Comedy On George Floyd's Death

Dave Chappelle felt compelled to put on an impromptu stand-up special in the wake of George Floyd's murder by a Minneapolis cop. The half-hour special he titled "8:46" in reference to how long a knee was to his neck, is streaming for free on Netflix's YouTube channel, the comedian tackles the protest, CNN's Don Lemon, a black conseravatives' view of Floyd's culpability (she will remain unnamed) and give historical context of racial injustice. While there are some funny gags, Chapelle uses the time to rant about the events of the last two weeks. 

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'Infamous' Movie Review: A Morality Tale About Social Media Starring Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne ("The Duff," MIDNIGHT SUN) and Jake Manley ("The Order," HOLIDATE) are a modern day Bonnie & Clyde except one of them isn't interested in money but social media fame in INFAMOUS. Written and directed by Joshua Caldwell, the crime caper is a morality tale in the age of social media when everyone is looking to cash in on instant fame no matter the cost.

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'Shirley' Movie Review: Elisabeth Moss Is Shoo In For An Oscar Nomination

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Elisabeth Moss delivers yet another riveting performance in her new movie, SHIRLEY, reminding us why she's the best actress this generation. Based on Susan Scarf Merrell's book, "Shirley: A Novel" about reclusive horror and mystery author Shirley Jackson played by Moss, SHIRLEY is not so much a biography but a study into the mind of a writer. Actress Odessa Young, in a breakthrough performance, engages with Moss in a sort of cat and mouse game that's unique and intriguing.

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'You Should Have Left' New Movie Poster and Trailer

Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried star in the psychological thriller, YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT. The new trailer is certainly a scary one with shadows providing most of the fright, and the writer/director behind the lens gives us hope it'll be a good one. Watch the new trailer and check out the new poster.

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'Shirley' Star Odessa Young On Her Intimate Scenes with Logan Lerman

Odessa Young (ASSASINATION NATION, A MILLION LITTLE PIECES) stars as Logan Lerman's wife in the new Hulu movie, SHIRLEY. The Australian actress talks to CineMovie about her intimate scenes with Lerman and how his sweet nature helped her get through her first nude scenes. SHIRLEY, now streaming on Hulu, stars Elisabeth Moss as renowned horror writer Shirley Jackson. 

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New Trailer: 'Imagining the Indian' Documentary Tackles Native American Mascoting

In the wake of George Floyd's death and the Black Lives Matter protests, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell finally acknowledged the movement that inspired taking a knee at football games. However, the controversial issue of using Native Indian slur as a team name has not been addressed. A new documentary currently in production tackles the subject matter. While the documentary is still in production, the filmmakers have released a trailer as the discussion of racial inequalities ramps up. Watch the trailer and read full announcement.

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How Actor/Singer Rodrigo Massa is Dealing with Hollywood Coming to a Halt

 Rodrigo Massa Actor Singer

Actor and singer Rodrigo Massa was about to drop his sophomoric album, "La Fiesta" when the world came a halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can catch the Brazilian native now on Netflix's "El Dragon, Return of the Warrior" season 1 and 2 but his next gig as an actor is uncertain. The actor tells CineMovie how he's tackling the tumultuous times and why he skipped moving to Hollywood and straight to Canada for a Tinseltown career.

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Black Lives Matter Education: Free Screening Of 'Just Mercy' Starring Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx

Michael B Jordan and Jamie Foxx from Just Mercy

Warner Bros. announced Monday their movie JUST MERCY will be available on all platforms for the month of June as part of the discussion around systemic racism and the black lives matter movement.  The movie starring Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx and Brie Larson is based on the true story of a wrongly accused black man on death row who was later acquitted thanks to activist lawyer Bryan Stevenson.  JUST MERCY is a compelling film that should anger everyone over the social inustice the judicial system enacts on black men too often. 

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