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Summer Movie Preview

By Mike Halterman | Jun 28
There’s nothing like wasting away a hot day with a good flick -- so here are profiles of 14 new releases that will be screened at theaters in the coming months.

Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz in "Transformers: Age of Extinction"

New Kids on the ’Transformers’ Block

By Sean Au | Jun 26
The latest "Transformers" is said to be the biggest to date. It also features a new cast led by Mark Wahlberg & newcomers Nicola Peltz & Jack Reynor. EDGE sat down with up-and-coming stars Peltz & Reynor about the film.

A snapshot of Alex & Ali from the 1970s

’Alex & Ali’ :: New Doc On Relationship Divided by Decades, Politics, Culture

By Kevin Langson | Jun 25
Alex & Arl began a relationship nearly 50 years ago in Iran; but politics separated them. A new film (made by Alex’s nephew) follows their reunion 35 years after not seeing each other. EDGE spoke to the doc’s director Malachi Leopold about the film.

’The Foxy Merkins’ screens at BAM in Brooklyn

Foxy Merkins Pride Screening at BAM!

By Winnie McCroy | Jun 25
On the heels of a sold-out run at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival comes the New York City premiere of "The Foxy Merkins" on June 27 at BAMcinemaFest.

Ptown Film Fest - Friday Night Party :: June 20, 2014

Jun 23
Honorees, filmmakers, festival personnel and fans of the Ptown International Film Fest gathered on Friday night at the Firehouse Gallery. See who came out!

Ptown Film Fest - Opening Night Party :: June 18, 2014

Jun 22
Patricia Clarkson & John Waters were on hand for the opening party of the 2014 Provincetown International Film Festival at the Crown and Anchor on June 18. See who else was there.

Ice Cream Company Releases Adorable Eight-Minute Lesbian Rom-Com

By Nicole Wiesenthal | Jun 20
Cornetto, a branded frozen dessert cone manufacturer, has been releasing a series of love stories as part of an advertising campaign, Cornetto Cupidity.

Frameline 38 Flaunts a Queer Cinema Renaissance

By Sean Au | Jun 17
Judging from the slate of movies to be screened at San Francisco’s LGBT film festival, there are plenty to cheer for, as this year boasts one of the strongest programs in recent memory.

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in "22 Jump Street"

Channing Tatum & Jonah Hill :: On Bromance, Stunts & Sequels

By Fred Topel | Jun 11
Channing Tatum & Jonah Hill showed such chemistry in "21 Jump Street" that a sequel was inevitable. "22 Jump Street," though, isn’t a run-of-the-mill sequel. EDGE spoke to the stars about their smart, funny & most meta- comedy.

A still from "How To Train Your Dragon 2"

Dragons Rule The Sky In Sequel to 2010 Hit

By Sean Au | Jun 10
For the sequel to the 2010 hit "How To Train Your Dragon," the filmmaking process takes advantage of tech advances that make for an even more dazzling visual experience. EDGE spoke to director Dean DeBlois, & actors Jay Baruchel & America Ferrara.