WEEKEND UPDATE 26/01/18
All the best, biggest and gayest pop culture news from the last week and recommendations for the weekend and week ahead…it's the Make A Scene Weekend Update! Hooray!
(Can we get a round of applause for that awful piece of Meryl Streep fan art, please! Amazing!)
IN THE NEWS...
Meryl Streep joins the already starry cast of Big Little Lies 2!
PLUS! Is Meryl's character actually dead in Mamma Mia 2? Still no proof otherwise in this new trailer...
Love, Simon is the sweet gay coming-of-age romantic comedy we all need in our lives right now and it's coming to cinemas this year!
Clue is being remade by straight people, ugh! How dare you, Ryan Reynolds!
Ever wanted to see a queer version of Titanic, Dirty Dancing and Forrest Gump...Abisha Uhl's new video does just that...
Meet the queens of Drag Race Thailand...
You'll be pleased to hear the thirst slot returns for a third week in a row as Chris Hemsworth's obligatory Thor: Ragnarok shirtless scene makes its way onto the internet...
You'll be pleased to hear Call Me By Your Name gots a Best Picture nomination and A Fantastic Woman (the trans thriller with a trans female lead being played by an actual trans woman) is nominated for Best Foreign Language Film.
Full list of nominees can be found at http://www.oscars.com
We’re excited that we'll be doing our first ever live screening of the Academy Awards Ceremony, all night long on Sunday 4th March at Texture. Six hours of red carpet, the ceremony, drunken commentary, food, drink, games, dresses and tuxedos in a one-of-a-kind event! If you want to watch the Oscars in Manchester, there has never been a showing like this!
Special early bird cheap tickets for Make A Scene Film Club members (aka YOU!) available in the link below, whilst stocks last. Join us...we like you, we really like you!
Also...We're super happy to say you've reacted amazingly to our Sing A Long Way Too Interactive showings of queer rock musical classic Hedwig and the Angry Inch...the Saturday evening is SOLD OUT and we've 10 tickets left...if you want tickets you need to get them asap.
For tickets and more info CLICK BELOW!!
RuPaul's Drag Race is back this weekend!!
It's the utter uncalled for third season of Drag Race All Stars...we're happy it's here to fill the gap before season 10 in September but it's very quickly appeared on our screens following the success of the exceptional All Stars 2 season two back in Autumn 2016.
The cast is made up of queens who might not be classed as "All Stars" (none reached the top 3) but are definitely drag queens who are "most improved" since they last appeared on the show....Aja, Trixie, Bendella, Kennedy, Morgan, Milk, Shangella, Chi Chi and Thorgy plus a mystery 10th queen all return to the runway.
We're routing for Trixie and Shangella and can't wait to see some old faces from different seasons compete against each other even if I thought I would have been happy if I'd never had to hear Ben De La Creme's nazel voice on TV ever again. *shudders* (it's like nails down a chalkboard!)
This season is not on Netflix but is being shown on Comedy Central UK two days after it's shown in the US (10pm Saturdays)... Or you can download it and watch it on Friday before all the drag queens you follow on social media ruin it for you!
Here's a sneak peak of the first 15 minutes if you just can't wait...