See the heartthrobs from Glee, Teen Wolf and Twilight all in one movie! From talented director Quentin Lee, White Frog is a universal story of the power of family, friendship and love. This deeply moving family drama tells the tale of Nick (Twilight s Booboo Stewart), a young teen with Asperger s syndrome. When his big brother Chaz (Glee s Harry Shum Jr.) passes away in a tragic accident, Chaz s friends comfort young Nick as he gradually discovers the truth Chaz was gay, but afraid to come out to their very traditional Chinese American parents (BD Wong and Joan Chen). The film s terrific all star cast also includes Gregg Sulkin (TV s Wizards of Waverly Place ), Tyler Posey (TV s Teen Wolf ) and Kelly Hu (X2, TV s The Vampire Diaries ).
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A fast-paced revenge comedy starring RuPaul s Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio (comic Roy Haylock). When Richard, a New York teacher, can t find work, he accepts a position in a small Texas school. Almost immediately, they suss out that he is gay, and fire him. Later, Richard dons a new identity as the sharp-tongued and utterly hilarious Bianca, and returns to the school to wreak havoc. As everyone quickly learns, this is one teacher you definitely do NOT want to cross.
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