Pop Culture Fix: Gal Gadot’s Gonna Star in a Queer Sci-Fi Movie Adaptation of “Meet Me in Another Life”

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+ Gal Gadot’s production company has bought the rights to Catriona Silvey’s debut novel, Meet Me in Another Life, which is topping the LGBTQ charts at Amazon right now. Gadot will star in the leading role.

+ Niecy Nash will host a rebooted Don’t Forget the Lyrics on Fox.

+ Ginny & Georgia‘s Humberly Gonzalez chatted with the Girl on Girl podcast about being queer.

+ Supegirl’s showrunners are talking spin-off possibilities.

+ Here’s the Lucifer season five part two trailer.

+ Janet Mock demands more pay for Pose at a speech at the final season premiere.

+ 9 of Pose’s most iconic fashion moments.

+ Days of Our Lives is getting gay this week. That’s Allie kissing Chanel, and Tripp in the background having his heterosexual socks shocked off.

+ Lesbian visibility in pro wrestling is the product of defiance.

+ Introducing the Flame Podcast Musical, the LGBTQ musical romantic comedy of your dreams!

+ How Pixar uses hyper-colors to hack your brain.

+ Don’t miss Elliot Page’s Oprah interview.

+ Maya Rudolph rates the SNL women in the event of black widow bite.

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Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior writer who lives in New York City with her partner, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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10 Comments

  1. I clicked on the Gal Gadot movie adaption link and couldn’t find anything queer about the book – it seems to be about a het time travelling romance? What’s queer about it? Usually LGBT books are tagged as such on Goodreads, but this one isn’t…

    • I read an ARC of this and the main guy and main girl aren’t romantic partners in each life – they both have a consistent female partner who shows up in each life (meaning the same partner each time). I also thought it was gonna be a “soulmates meeting over and over again” thing but it isn’t!

  2. i really love Gal Gadot-she shows the world that israelis aren’t militant psycho settlers-we are just hot people born on very conflicted territory. it’s not my fault i was born! We are proud to be MENA Jews and not ashamed of our resilience and survival! As a queer israeli in the US-I love that Gal also is very accepting of LGBTQ fans! Trixie Mattel loves her-I love her. She is hot. kind and awesome!

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