Pop Culture Fix: Tiffany Haddish’s A’Lelia Walker Sure Looks Queer In This Biopic Trailer

It’s your weekly Pop Culture Fix, hello!


+ The first trailer for Octavia Spencer’s Madam C.J. Walker is here and we are VERY curious if Tiffany Haddish is playing Walker’s daughter as queer. (Which is a long rumored thing without any definitive confirmation.)

I meaaaan.

+ Next season’s Harley Quinn animated series is gonna be gaaaay in a Poison Ivy waaaaay!

+ Janet Mock will make her acting debut opposite Nick Offerman in DEVS.

+ Melissa Etheridge is very happy to have Kelly Clarkson covering her lesbian anthems, thank you very much.

+ FruitvaleStation producer Nina Bongiovi is teaming up with prominent figures in the film and tech industries to create a fund dedicated to developing and financing multicultural movies.

+ Westworld returns on March 15th.

+ Frozen, Frozen 2, and Coco songwriters are joining The Prince and the Dressmaker, which, if you have not read, you should rectify immediately.

+ Please enjoy this sneak peek of this week’s episode of Good Trouble.

+ Steven Universe will end with a four-part special in March. 😫

+ I just cannot believe Sarah Paulson when she says she’s scared of horror and blood.

+ Atypical will be back for a final season.

+ How Everything’s Gonna Be Okay opens a conversation about autism and consent.

+ Robin Thede invites you to turn Black History Month into Black History Year.

+ Lena Waithe voices Pixar’s first LGBTQ character in Onward.

+ The writers for Critical Role’s Vox Machina animated series have been revealed and this whole endeavor just seems very queer!

+ Caity Lotz talks about her directorial debut on last night’s Legends of Tomorrow

+ The Cut would like you to know what Lizzo’s manicure smells likes.

+ Hem hem.

+ And finally, words of affirmation with Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda.

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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