Page made the comment after visiting a Mi’kmaq resistance camp against the Alton Gas natural gas project in Nova Scotia.
Page said the US vice president “has hurt LGBTQ people so badly” and “wishes I couldn’t be married.”
Rather than dealing with judgment from others, the film's protagonists —played by Ellen Page and Kate Mara—must overcome their own shame.
In the era before MTV's "Teen Mom" franchise, there were few if any humanizing portraits of pregnant teens on screen. Ten years after its release, "Juno" is still one of the most important movies about teen pregnancy.
Page claimed Ratner told another woman on the 'X-Men' set “you should fuck her to make her realize she’s gay.”
I'm not sure "Lucky" was ever meant to be sad or acoustic, but here we are.
The remake of Joel Schumacher's 1990 sci-fi film is coming to theaters September 29.
To honor the one-year anniversary of the Orlando massacre, we're putting up the VICELAND show's special free of charge.
"People who are already so marginalized and so vulnerable are even more vulnerable now."
Ellen Page and Ian Daniel take a look into what the Trump administration could mean for the LGBTQ community.
What shooting their VICELAND special in the wake of the presidential election means to them.