Pop Culture Fix: Kristen Stewart Says She’ll Make This Bisexual Movie or DIE TRYING!!!

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It’s a holiday Monday here in the U.S. but that doesn’t mean I’m slacking on my commitment to bringing you the most piping hot queer pop culture news fresh from the internet oven!


+ Kristen Stewart is doing the Cannes thing right now, including talking up The Chronology of Water, which she says she will get made by the end of the year OR SHE WILL DIE. God, I love how much more dramatic she’s gotten since she came out.

The Chronology of Water focuses on author Lidia  Yuknavitch coming to terms with her bisexuality, addiction issues, and involvement with the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement opposing Israeli oppression of Palestine. Stewart called Yuknavitch’s writing “so physical and so fiercely, ragingly female.”

+ Wee-oooh! Wee-ooh! Gays in Disney+’s Willow series! An eagle-eyed A+ member says: “It looks like Erin Kellyman, whom my research shows is queer IRL, will have a girlfriend in the Willow series.”

+ Alexis Bledel is leaving The Handmaid’s Tale.

+ Jodie Foster will star in and executive produce season four of True Detective.

+ How the Black Pearsons became the first family of This Is Us.

+ The Good Fight will end with season six.

+ How Hacks hit the high seas on a lesbian cruise.

+ How A24 became the ultimate film cult.

+ The Minnesota Lynx retired Seimone Augustus’ jersey number yesterday.

+ Candace Parker is one of Time’s Most Influential People of 2022.

+ The Ellen DeGeneres Show ends by taking a stand … for celebrity.

+ Here’s something you definitely did not ask for: Official Bratz Pride dolls.

+ Ooooh, Loki director Kate Herron is fighting with Russell T. Davies, who one time told me the only people who care about dead gay characters are “hysterical women.” TEAM KATE!

+ Becca Tilley shares how Hayley Kiyoko made her feel brave enough to go public with their four-year relationship.


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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, 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 Twitter, and Instagram.

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