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Film franchises share common universes. The following film series collectively feature LGBT characters in a leading or supporting role.
|Austin Powers||1997||Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery||Frau Farbissina||Bisexual||Mindy Sterling||Frau has a girlfriend named Una Brau in the second film who she met on the LPGA tour and fell in love. Later, in the film, when Dr. Evil and Past Frau have sex, she comments that she'll never love another man. Dr. Evil remembers her, responding "Yes, that's true". The sex between Dr. Evil and Frau results in their "love child," Scott.||United States|
|1999||Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me|
|2002||Austin Powers in Goldmember|
|Bridget Jones||2001||Bridget Jones's Diary||Tom||Gay||James Callis||Tom is Bridget's flamboyant 'gay best friend'.||United Kingdom, United States, France|
|2004||Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason||Tom||Gay||James Callis||Rebecca is Mark Darcy's colleague who Bridget thinks is enamoured with him; it turns out her affections lie with Bridget.||United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, United States|
|Rebecca Gillies||Lesbian||Jacinda Barrett|
|2016||Bridget Jones's Baby||Tom||Gay||James Callis||United Kingdom, United States, France|
|Child's Play||1998||Bride of Chucky||David Collins||Gay||Gordon Michael Woolvett||||United States|
|2013||Curse of Chucky||Jill||Lesbian||Maitland McConnell|||
|DC Extended Universe||2016||Suicide Squad||Harley Quinn||Bisexual||Margot Robbie||||United States|
|2020||Birds of Prey||Harley Quinn||Bisexual||Margot Robbie||In the film's first 10 minutes, it is established that Harley is bisexual, with Harley saying she is unlucky with love, with her first two partners as men and the third one a woman. At the beginning of the film, it shows that one of Harley's failed relationships was with a woman. Renee and Ellen are exes.||United States|
|Renee Montoya||Lesbian||Rosie Perez|
|Ellen Yee||Ali Wong|
|Deadpool||2018||Deadpool 2||Negasonic Teenage Warhead||Lesbian||Brianna Hildebrand||Negasonic Teenage Warhead and Yukio are in a relationship.||United States|
|The Hangover||2009||The Hangover||Leslie Chow||Bisexual||Ken Jeong||||United States|
|2011||The Hangover Part II||Leslie Chow||Bisexual||Ken Jeong|||
|Kimberly "Kimmy"||Transgender||Yasmin Lee|
|2013||The Hangover Part III||Leslie Chow||Bisexual||Ken Jeong|||
|Harry Potter||2001||Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone||Albus Dumbledore||Gay||Richard Harris||Albus Dumbledore is the headmaster of the wizarding school Hogwarts. Although Dumbledore's sexual orientation is not portrayed or explicitly mentioned in the films and books they are based on, J. K. Rowling (author of the Harry Potter series of fantasy novels) revealed in 2007 that he is gay.||United Kingdom, United States|
|2002||Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets|
|2004||Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban||Michael Gambon|
|2005||Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire|
|2007||Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix|
|2009||Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince|
|2010||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1|
|2011||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2|
|How To Train Your Dragon||2014||How to Train Your Dragon 2||Gobber the Belch||Gay||Craig Ferguson||Voice actor Craig Ferguson ad-libbed a line in the second film in which he mentions that he never got married for an undisclosed reason. Ferguson and director Dean DeBlois have confirmed that this was in reference to the character's homosexuality. His sexuality was also hinted at again in the third film, where he seems to fall for Eret.||United States|
|2019||How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World|
|It||2017||It||Richie Tozier||Gay||Finn Wolfhard (young)
Bill Hader (adult)
|It is revealed that when Richie was younger, he struggled with his sexuality and feelings for his best friend Eddie Kaspbrak, and was bullied for it. When he returns to Derry 27 years later, we find out Richie had been in love with Eddie, who dies, which devastates Richie, but leads him to accept who he is and re-carve his and Eddie's initials on the kissing bridge that he had carved when he was 13. He loved James Ransone as an adult. Director Andy Muschietti stated that he had planned for Richie to be gay from the start.||United States|
|2019||It Chapter Two|
|Mannequin||1987||Mannequin||Hollywood Montrose||Gay||Meshach Taylor||||United States|
|1991||Mannequin Two: On the Move|
|Marvel Cinematic Universe||2017||Thor: Ragnarok||Valkyrie||Bisexual||Tessa Thompson||While the Valkyrie is canonically bisexual in the comics the movie was based on, the scene confirming the character's bisexuality was deleted from the movie and her sexual orientation is instead just alluded to. ||United States|
|2018||Black Panther||Ayo||Lesbian||Florence Kasumba||Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name who has a lesbian lover in the Dora Milaje.|
|2019||Avengers: Endgame||Valkyrie||Bisexual||Tessa Thompson|||
|Pitch Perfect||2012||Pitch Perfect||Cynthia Rose Adams||Lesbian||Esther Dean||She reveals to the Barden Bellas that she is a lesbian and was in a relationship with Denise.||United States|
|2015||Pitch Perfect 2|
|2017||Pitch Perfect 3|
|The Producers||1968||The Producers||Carmen Ghia||Gay||Andreas Voutsinas||||United States|
|Roger De Bris||Gay||Christopher Hewett|
|2005||The Producers||Carmen Ghia||Gay||Roger Bart|||
|Roger De Bris||Gay||Gary Beach|
|Scary Movie||2000||Scary Movie||Bobby Prinze||Gay||Jon Abrahams||||United States|
|2001||Scary Movie 2||Ray Wilkins||Bisexual||Shawn Wayans|||
|Shrek||2004||Shrek 2||Doris||Transgender||Larry King||||United States|
|2007||Shrek the Third|
|Star Trek||2009||Star Trek||Hikaru Sulu||Gay||John Cho||||United States|
|2013||Star Trek Into Darkness|
|2016||Star Trek Beyond|
|1919||Different from the Others||Paul Körner||Gay||Conrad Veidt
|The first film supportive of homosexuality.||Germany|
|1924||Michael||Claude Zoret||Gay||Benjamin Christiensen||Claude is a painter who falls in love with his assistant, Michael. Michael eventually leaves Claude for a woman.||Germany|
|1929||Pandora's Box||Countess Geschwitz||Lesbian||Alice Roberts||Countess Geschwitz is often cited as cinema's first explicit lesbian character.||Germany|
|1931||Mädchen in Uniform||Manuela von Meinhardis||Lesbian||Hertha Thiele||The first film about a lesbian coming out.||Germany|
|1936||Dracula's Daughter||Countess Marya Zaleska||Lesbian||Gloria Holden||Dracula's daughter, Countess Marya Zaleska, pursues and seduces women.||United States|
|1941||The Maltese Falcon||Joel Cairo||Gay||Peter Lorre||In the novel upon which the film is based, Joel Cairo is referred to as "queer" and a "fairy" but, in the film, his sexuality is not directly addressed, likely a decision by filmmakers in order to comply with the Hays Code, which banned the depiction of homosexuality in American films.||United States|
|1948||Rope||Phillip Morgan||Gay||Farley Granger||||United States|
|Brandon Shaw||John Dall|
|1955||Rebel Without a Cause||John "Plato" Crawford||Gay||Sal Mineo||||United States|
|1961||Victim||Melville Farr||Gay||Dirk Bogarde||||United Kingdom|
|1964||Goldfinger||Pussy Galore||Lesbian||Honor Blackman||Although the film does not make her sexual orientation explicit, hints are made in the dialogue. When Bond is flirting with her in one scene, she tells him "You can turn off the charm. I'm immune." In another scene he asks her "What would it take for you to see things my way?" and she replies "A lot more than you've got."||United Kingdom, United States|
|1968||The Mercenary||Ricciolo (Curly)||Gay||Jack Palance||||Italy, Spain, United States|
|1968||The Sergeant||Albert Callan||Gay||Rod Steiger||||United States|
|1968||Star!||Noël Coward||Gay||Daniel Massey||||United States|
|1969||Midnight Cowboy||Joe Buck||Bisexual||Jon Voight||Joe is a gigolo who has sex with men and women in an attempt to make money. This film is based on the 1965 novel of the same name. His character was later parodied by Zapp Brannigan in the Brannigan, Begin Again episode of Futurama, which even uses the film's theme, "Everybody's Talkin'" by Harry Nilsson.||United States|
|1970||Beyond the Valley of the Dolls||Ronnie "Z-Man" Barzell||Trans man||John LaZar||||United States|
|1970||Myra Breckinridge||Irving "Blaggot" Amadeus||Gay||Calvin Lockhart||||United States|
|Myra Breckinridge||Trans woman||Raquel Welch|
|1971||The Last Picture Show||Coach Popper||Gay||Bill Thurman||||United States|
|1971||Sunday Bloody Sunday||Bob Elkin||Bisexual||Murray Head||||United Kingdom|
|Daniel Hirsh||Gay||Peter Finch|
|1972||Cabaret||Baron Maximilian Von Heune||Bisexual||Helmut Griem||This film is based on the musical Cabaret, with Maximilian as a rich playboy baron who befriends Sally and takes her and Brian to his country estate where they are both spoiled and courted.||United States|
|Brian Roberts||Michael York|
|1973||Ludwig||Ludwig II of Bavaria||Bisexual||Helmut Berger||||Italy, France, West Germany|
|1974||Lenny||Honey Bruce||Bisexual||Valerie Perrine||||United States|
|1974||A Very Natural Thing||Jason||Bisexual||Bo White||||United States|
|1975||Dog Day Afternoon||Leon Shermer||Trans woman||Chris Sarandon||Leon is Sonny's partner who tries to use the robbery to pay for her sex reassignment surgery., Sonny, a first-time crook, attempts to rob a bank with his friend Salvatore "Sal" Naturale and Stevie, but the plan immediately goes awry when Stevie loses his nerve and flees, and Sonny discovers they have arrived after the daily cash pickup, finding only $1,100 in cash. Later in the film, Sonny's partner, Leon Shermer, arrives and reveals that the robbery was intended to pay for her sex reassignment surgery, as she is a trans woman, and divulges that Sonny has children with his estranged wife, Angie. This, and other events in the film, has led some to call Sonny a "bisexual desperado."||United States|
|Sonny Wortzik||Bisexual||Al Pacino|
|1975||The Rocky Horror Picture Show||Brad Majors||Bisexual||Barry Bostwick||||United Kingdom, United States|
|1976||Swashbuckler||Lord Durant||Gay||Peter Boyle||||United States|
|1977||Desperate Living||Grizelda Brown||Lesbian||Jean Hill||||United States|
|Muffy St. Jacques||Liz Renay|
|Peggy Gravel||Bisexual||Mink Stole|
|Mole McHenry||Transgender||Susan Lowe|
|1977||A Special Day||Gabriele||Gay||Marcelo Mastroianni||||Italy, Canada|
|1978||In a Year of 13 Moons||Elvira Weishaupt||Trans woman||Volker Spengler||||West Germany|
|1979||Manhattan||Jill Davis||Lesbian||Meryl Streep||||United States|
|1980||Stir Crazy||Rory Schultebrand||Gay||Georg Stanford Brown||||United States|
|1981||Only When I Laugh||Jimmy Perry||Gay||James Coco||||United States|
|1981||Zorro, the Gay Blade||Bunny Wigglesworth||Gay||George Hamilton||||United States|
|1982||Forbidden Zone||René Henderson||Transgender||Matthew Bright||||United States|
|1982||Querelle||Georges Querelle||Bisexual||Brad Davis||George, a handsome Belgian sailor, thief and murderer, visits a bar and brothel for sailors, with the head of the brothel in love with his brother, who he has a love/hate relationship with. Later on in the film, he announces that he wants to sleep with Lysiane, but he also has sex with Mario. Near the end of the film, Lieutenant Seblon, Querelle's superior, tries to prove his manliness to him; despite the fact Seblon murdered his friend, he decides to protect him, and Seblon later reveals his love, leading them to kiss and embrace before returning to Le Vengeur.||France, West Germany|
|1982||Victor/Victoria||Carroll "Toddy" Todd||Gay||Robert Preston||||United Kingdom, United States|
|'Squash' Bernstein||Alex Karras|
|Richard DiNardo||Bisexual||Malcolm Jamieson|
|1982||The World According to Garp||Roberta Muldoon||Trans woman||John Lithgow||Based on a book of the same name, Roberta is a trans woman and former player for the Philadelphia Eagles. She has a gender re-assignment surgery, becoming the bodyguard of Jenny and one of the best friends of Garp.||United States|
|1983||Silkwood||Dolly Pelliker||Lesbian||Cher||||United States|
|1984||The Bostonians||Olive Chancellor||Lesbian||Vanessa Redgrave||||United Kingdom, United States|
|1985||The Color Purple||Celie Harris-Johnson||Bisexual||Whoopi Goldberg||||United States|
|Shug Avery||Margaret Avery|
|1985||Desert Hearts||Vivian Bell||Lesbian||Helen Shaver||Vivian, a professor from Columbia University, goes to Reno, Nevada to await her divorce. She meets Cay, a free-spirited lesbian who does not hide her sexual orientation. Vivian begins to discover her true nature as she and Cay grow closer.||United States|
|Cay Rivers||Patricia Charbonneau|
|1985||Kiss of the Spider Woman||Luis Molina||Gay||William Hurt||||Brazil, United States|
|1985||My Beautiful Laundrette||Omar Ali||Gay||Gordon Warnecke||||United Kingdom|
|1986||Parting Glances||Michael||Gay||Richard Ganoung||||United States|
|1987||Less Than Zero||Clay Easton||Bisexual||Andrew McCarthy||||United States|
|1987||Maurice||Clive Durham||Gay||Hugh Grant||||United Kingdom|
|Maurice Hall||James Wilby|
|Alec Scudder||Rupert Graves|
|1988||We Think the World of You||Johnny||Bisexual||Gary Oldman||||United Kingdom, United States|
|1989||Longtime Companion||David||Gay||Bruce Davison||||United States|
|1990||Miller's Crossing||Bernie Bernbaum||Gay||John Turturro||||United States|
|Eddie Dane||J.E. Freeman|
|Mink Larouie||Steve Buscemi|
|1991||Fried Green Tomatoes||Idgie Threadgoode||Lesbian||Mary Stuart Masterson||||United States|
|Ruth Jamison||Bisexual||Mary-Louise Parker|
|1991||JFK||Willie O'Keefe||Gay||Kevin Bacon||||United States|
|Clay Shaw||Bisexual||Tommy Lee Jones|
|1991||My Own Private Idaho||Mike Waters||Gay||River Phoenix||||United States|
|1991||The Silence of the Lambs||Jame Gumb / Buffalo Bill||Bisexual
|Ted Levine||Director Jonathan Demme said about the character: "He didn't wish to be another gender...He didn't really have a sexual preference. He loathed himself — he wanted to transform himself so that there was no sense of him in the 'new' him [and] becoming a woman...that was his method of doing it...He wished he was a woman not because he always wanted to be a woman. This was another way to escape."||United States|
|1992||Basic Instinct||Catherine Tramell||Bisexual||Sharon Stone||While the Catherine character returns in Basic Instinct 2 (2006), it is noted that she has been straightwashed.||France, United States, United Kingdom|
|Dr. Beth Garner||Jeanne Tripplehorn|
|1992||The Crying Game||Dil||Trans woman||Jaye Davidson||||Ireland, Japan, United Kingdom|
|1992||Orlando||Orlando||Trans Woman||Tilda Swinton||||United Kingdom, France, Italy, Netherlands, Russia|
|1993||Farewell My Concubine||Cheng Dieyi||Gay||Leslie Cheung||||British Hong Kong|
|1993||Philadelphia||Miguel Alvarez||Gay||Antonio Banderas||||United States|
|Andrew Beckett||Tom Hanks|
|1993||The Wedding Banquet||Wai-Tung Gao||Gay||Winston Chao||||Taiwan, United States|
|1994||Ace Ventura: Pet Detective||Lt. Lois Einhorn / Ray Finkle||Transgender||Sean Young||||United States|
|1994||The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert||Bernadette Bassenger||Transgender||Terence Stamp||||Australia|
|1994||Oh! My Three Guys||Ching Yu-hoi||Gay||Lau Ching-wan||||British Hong Kong|
|Kau Ku-neung||Eric Kot|
|1994||Pulp Fiction||Zed||Gay||Peter Greene||||United States|
|1994||The Sum of Us||Jeff Mitchell||Gay||Russell Crowe||||Australia|
|1995||Billy Madison||Principal Max Anderson||Gay||Josh Mostel||||United States|
|1995||Bugis Street||Lian||Transgender||Hiep Thi Le||The film is set in the former transvestite area of Bugis Street (now a shopping center) in the heart of Singapore. The film features the transgender Lian and her lover, Meng.||British Hong Kong|
|1995||Carrington||Lytton Strachey||Gay||Jonathan Pryce||||France, United Kingdom|
|1995||The Doom Generation||Xavier "X" Red||Bisexual||Johnathon Schaech||Xavier "X", a handsome drifter, is picked-up by teen lovers Jordan and Amy when coming back from a club. X accidentally kills a store owner, has sex with Amy, while Jordan becomes sexually attracted to X as well. Later in the film, Jordan, Amy and X spend the night in an abandoned warehouse, where they engage in a threesome.||United States|
|Jordan White||James Duval|
|1995||Home for the Holidays||Tommy Larson||Gay||Robert Downey Jr.||||United States|
|1995||The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love||Randy Dean||Lesbian||Laurel Holloman||||United States|
|Evie Roy||Nicole Ari Parker|
|1995||Jefferson in Paris||Richard Cosway||Gay||Simon Callow||||France, United States|
|1995||Jeffrey||Darius||Gay||Bryan Batt||||United States|
|Steve Howard||Michael T. Weiss|
|1995||Showgirls||Cristal Connors||Bisexual||Gina Gershon||A leading character in this film, Cristal, who has a boyfriend, wants a relationship with Nomi, so she can destroy her, in this film where bisexuality is "a weapon, a plot device and an arena for titillating spectacle" like in Basic Intinsct.||France, United States|
|Nomi Malone||Elizabeth Berkley|
|1995||To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar||Vida Boheme||Gay||Patrick Swayze||Vida and Noxeema are drag queens. Chi-Chi wants to be seen and accepted as a woman by the local men.||United States|
|Noxeema Jackson||Wesley Snipes|
|Chi-Chi Rodriguez||Transgender||John Leguizamo|
|1996||Beautiful Thing||Ste Pearce||Gay||Scott Neal||||United Kingdom|
|Jamie Gangel||Glen Berry|
|1996||The Birdcage||Agador||Gay||Hank Azaria||||United States|
|Albert Goldman||Nathan Lane|
|Armand Goldman||Robin Williams|
|1996||Citizen Ruth||Diane Siegler||Lesbian||Swoosie Kurtz||||United States|
|1996||Fire||Sita||Lesbian||Nandita Das||The first mainstream Indian film to feature a lesbian relationship and one of the first to show homosexual love.||India, Canada|
|1996||Hollow Reed||Tom Dixon||Gay||Ian Hart||||Germany, United Kingdom, Spain|
|1996||I Shot Andy Warhol||Candy Darling||Trans woman||Stephen Dorff||||United Kingdom, United States|
|1996||Sling Blade||Vaughn Cunningham||Gay||John Ritter||||United States|
|1997||As Good as It Gets||Simon Bishop||Gay||Greg Kinnear||Simon, a homosexual artist living in Manhattan, is shown to be gay by Jack Nicholson's character Melvin Udall calling him several derogatory terms for it and it is even explained in the film (by Simon) that his parents kicked him out for being homosexual and he was abused by his father for it.||United States|
|1997||Boogie Nights||Scotty J.||Gay||Philip Seymour Hoffman||||United States|
|1997||Happy Together||Ho Po-Wing||Gay||Leslie Cheung||||British Hong Kong|
|Lai Yiu-Fai||Tony Leung Chiu-wai|
|1997||Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil||The Lady Chablis||Trans woman||The Lady Chablis||||United States|
|1997||My Best Friend's Wedding||George Downes||Gay||Rupert Everett||||United States|
|1997||Waiting for Guffman||Corky St. Clair||Gay||Christopher Guest||||United States|
|1998||Get Real||Steven Carter||Gay||Ben Silverstone||||United Kingdom|
|John Dixon||Brad Gorton|
|1998||Gods and Monsters||James Whale||Gay||Ian McKellen||||United Kingdom, United States|
|1998||High Art||Lucy Berliner||Lesbian||Ally Sheedy||Syd, who has been living with longtime boyfriend James, has desires and frustrations that seem typical and manageable until new events unfold, with Lucy Berliner opening the door to an uncharted world for Syd. Lucy, who lives with her heroin-addicted German girlfriend Greta, becomes closer to Syd as the film moves forward.||Canada, United States|
|1998||Hold You Tight||Fung Wai||Bisexual||Sunny Chan||The story of a man living in Hong Kong who is initially drawn to a young woman, but soon finds he is more attracted to her boyfriend.||Hong Kong|
|1998||The Object of My Affection||George Hanson||Gay||Paul Rudd||||United States|
|1998||Primary Colors||Libby Holden||Lesbian||Kathy Bates||||United States|
|1998||Show Me Love||Agnes Ahlberg||Lesbian||Rebecka Liljeberg||||Sweden|
|1998||Velvet Goldmine||Brian Slade||Bisexual||Jonathan Rhys Meyers||At the beginning of his career, Slade is married to Mandy. But when he comes to the United States, he seeks out American rock star Curt Wild, and they become involved in each other's lives on a personal and creative level.||United Kingdom, United States|
|Arthur Stuart||Christian Bale|
|Curt Wild||Ewan McGregor|
|Mandy Slade||Toni Collette|
|1999||Aimée & Jaguar||Lilly Wust (Aimée)||Lesbian||Juliane Köhler||Aimée (real name Lilly) is in love with Felice, but married to a Nazi. Felice is Jewish and a member of the underground resistance, known by the name "Jaguar".||Germany|
|Felice Schragenheim (Jaguar)||Maria Schrader|
|1999||All About My Mother||Agrado||Trans woman||Antonia San Juan||||Spain|
|Nina Cruz||Bisexual||Candela Peña|
|Huma Rojo||Lesbian||Marisa Paredes|
|1999||American Beauty||Jim Berkley||Gay||Sam Robards||||United States|
|Frank Fitts||Chris Cooper|
|Jim Olmeyer||Scott Bakula|
|1999||Being John Malkovich||Lotte Schwartz||Lesbian||Cameron Diaz||Lotte is an unhappily married and confused person, and one of multiple people whose mind temporarily enters the mind of John Malkovich through a portal. Lotte becomes more confident in Malkovitch's body, enjoying how she feels when Maxine seduces Malkovich, and thinks that she's either a lesbian or a trans man. At first Maxine is specifically attracted to Lotte in John's body, and becomes pregnant when she and Lotte (in John's body) have sex. Lotte (not in John's body anymore) and Maxine end together as a lesbian couple raising their daughter, Emily.||United States|
|Maxine Lund||Bisexual||Catherine Keener|
|1999||Better Than Chocolate||Judy||Trans woman||Peter Outerbridge||||Canada|
|1999||Big Daddy||Phil D'Amato||Gay||Allen Covert||||United States|
|Tommy Grayton||Peter Dante|
|1999||Blast from the Past||Troy||Gay||Dave Foley||||United States|
|1999||The Boondock Saints||Paul Smecker||Gay||Willem Dafoe||||United States|
|1999||Boys Don't Cry||Brandon Teena||Trans man||Hilary Swank||||United States|
|1999||But I'm a Cheerleader||Megan Bloomfield||Lesbian||Natasha Lyonne||Megan is the lesbian 17-year-old protagonist. Her parents send her to True Directions, a conversion therapy camp that aims to convert its campers to heterosexuality. Megan eventually starts a relationship with Graham, another camper she meets at True Directions. Sinead and Hilary are the other lesbian campers. In the True Directions orientation video which depicts homosexuality as a problem to be "fixed", Kelly is a girl shown to be a lesbian until "cured" by the institution. The orientation video shows that she eventually marries a man. Dolph, Clayton, Andre, and Joel are the male gay campers. Rock is the son of Mary Brown, the founder of True Directions. Rock is supposedly straight, but actually is a closeted gay man. Mike is supposedly an ex-gay man, who helps with the process of "curing" campers from their homosexuality. However, he is clearly shown to be still attracted to men; for example, when he stares at Rock with a lustful expression and tone of voice, he says to the campers: "Don't you see how sad and pathetic you all are, always wanting something you can't have?" Lloyd and Larry are a gay couple described as "ex, ex-gays". Before the events of the film, they were once campers at True Directions before they defected. They help the campers in the film to sneak out and go party at a gay bar, and also give advice about dealing with one's own sexuality. Lloyd and Larry let the ex-camper Dolph live with them when he is expelled from True Directions for having sex at the institution. (Jan (played by Katrina Phillips) is a girl mistaken for a lesbian because of her butch appearance, but she is actually straight.)||United States|
|Graham Eaton||Clea DuVall|
|Sinead Laren||Katharine Towne|
|Hilary Vandermuller||Melanie Lynskey|
|Kelly||Ione Skye (uncredited)|
|Clayton Dunn||Kip Pardue|
|Joel Goldberg||Joel Michaely|
|Rock Brown||Eddie Cibrian|
|Lloyd Morgan-Gordon||Wesley Mann|
|Larry Morgan-Gordon||Richard Moll|
|1999||Cruel Intentions||Kathryn Merteuil||(Ambiguous)||Sarah Michelle Gellar||Kathryn and Cecille Caldwell have an iconic kiss in the film. It is not known whether Kathryn or Cecille is lesbian, or if their kiss was part of an attempt by Kathryn to get back at her ex-boyfriend, Court Reynolds.||United States|
|1999||Election||Tammy Metzler||Lesbian||Jessica Campbell||Tammy is a closeted lesbian. Early in the film she is dumped by her girlfriend, Lisa Flanagan, for her brother. She later runs a nihilistic campaign for class president with the intent to dismantle the student government, and get revenge on her brother. She falsely confesses to ripping down campaign posters, resulting in her expulsion and transfer to a Catholic girls school. Her story ends happily, as she meets her next love, Jennifer, at the school. (Early on in the film, Tammy gives a narration where she says, "it's not like I'm a lesbian or anything, I'm attracted to the person. It's just that all the people I've ever been attracted to happen to be girls.")||United States|
|1999||Flawless||Rusty Zimmerman||Transgender||Philip Seymour Hoffman||||United States|
|1999||Girl, Interrupted||Lisa Rowe||Bisexual||Angelina Jolie||||United States|
|1999||The Haunting||Theodora||Bisexual||Catherine Zeta-Jones||Theodora mentions having both a boyfriend and a girlfriend. ||United States|
|1999||Magnolia||"Quiz Kid" Donnie Smith||Gay||William H. Macy||||United States|
|1999||Summer of Sam||Ritchie||Bisexual||Adrien Brody||In this film, one of the protagonists is a volatile bisexual character named Ritchie, Vinny's childhood friend who has embraced punk fashion and music, who begins a relationship with Ruby.||United States|
|1999||The Talented Mr. Ripley||Tom Ripley||Bisexual||Matt Damon||||United States|
|2000||American Psycho||Luis Carruthers||Gay||Matt Ross||||United States|
|2000||Before Night Falls||Reinaldo Arenas||Gay||Javier Bardem||||United States|
|Pepe Malas||Andrea Di Stefano|
|Tomas Diego||Santiago Magill|
|Bon Bon||Transgender||Johnny Depp|
|2000||Best in Show||Christy Cummings||Lesbian||Jane Lynch||||United States|
|Sherri Ann Ward Cabot||Jennifer Coolidge|
|Scott Donlan||Gay||John Michael Higgins|
|Stefan Vanderhoof||Michael McKean|
|2000||Billy Elliot||Michael Caffrey||Gay
|Stuart Wells (young Michael)
Merryn Owen (adult Michael)
|Michael is a young boy, and the best friend of the protagonist and title character, Billy Elliot. At some point, Michael is seen using a dress and makeup. He is gay and shows interest in Billy. While Billy is not gay and does not reciprocate, he is supportive of his friend.||United Kingdom|
|2000||Chuck & Buck||Buck O'Brien||Gay||Mike White||||United States|
|2001||Bungee Jumping of Their Own||Seo In-woo||Bisexual||Lee Byung-hun||A university student, Seo In-woo, falls passionately in love with a girl, Tae-hee, who is studying at the same university, within moments of first meeting her. They begin dating a short time after, but she is suddenly killed in a car crash. Almost 20 years on, married and with a daughter, he is a high school teacher. One day he spots a male student, Im Hyun-bin, who looks almost identical to his former girlfriend. Within a short time, Seo In-woo falls in love with him, even though he feels uncomfortable doing so, and both are soon bullied and taunted for being gay by the school's students. It is only gradually that Seo In-woo realises that Hyun-bin is, in fact, the reincarnation of Tae-hee. They then go to New Zealand and decide to jump off a bridge together without safety ropes, perhaps to ensure that both will be reincarnated.||South Korea|
|2001||Hedwig and the Angry Inch||Hedwig Robinson/Hansel||Transgender||John Cameron Mitchell||||United States|
|Luther Robinson||Gay||Maurice Dean Wint|
|2001||Ichi the Killer||Kakihara||Bisexual||Tadanobu Asano||Kakihara is a sadomasochist with an unnatural passion. He prefers mostly males over females for engaging in S&M. He inflicts pain on himself for pleasure and has no interest in sexuality, but is willing to become lovers with anyone who satisfies his pleasure (based on Hideo Yamamoto's manga of the same name).||Japan|
|2001||Iris||Iris Murdoch||Lesbian||Judi Dench (adult Iris)
Kate Winslet (young Iris)
|||United Kingdom, United States|
|2001||Kissing Jessica Stein||Helen Cooper||Bisexual||Heather Juergensen||||United States|
|2001||Lan Yu||Lan Yu||Gay||Liu Ye||The film is set in mainland China and tells the story of an affair between a young man and a middle-aged man.||China, Hong Kong|
|Chen Handong||Hu Jun|
|2001||Lost and Delirious||Pauline Oster||Lesbian||Piper Perabo||||Canada|
|Victoria "Tori" Moller||Jessica Paré|
|2001||The Man Who Wasn't There||Creighton Tolliver||Gay||Jon Polito||||United Kingdom, United States|
|2001||Mulholland Drive||Betty Elms||Lesbian||Naomi Watts||||France, United States|
|Rita||Bisexual||Laura Elena Harring|
|2001||The Royal Tenenbaums||Margot Tennenbaum||Bisexual||Gwyneth Paltrow||Margot, a strong female character, who had a previous relationship with a woman, follows three siblings who were talents when they were children but "grow up into disappointments."||United States|
|2002||Bend It Like Beckham||Tony||Gay||Ameet Chana||||United Kingdom|
|2002||Dahmer||Jeffrey Dahmer||Gay||Jeremy Renner||The film depicts the life of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.||United States|
|2002||Far From Heaven||Frank Whitaker||Gay||Dennis Quaid||||United States|
|2002||Frida||Frida Kahlo||Bisexual||Salma Hayek||||United States|
|2002||The Hours||Richard Brown||Gay||Ed Harris|| Clarissa's long-term relationship with Sally is seemingly threatened while she pines for "a long-lost romance with Richard." As such, the plot twist at the end of the film makes Clarissa even more distraught, with sexual identities not the focus of this film.||United Kingdom, United States|
|Sally Lester||Lesbian||Allison Janney|
|Clarissa Vaughan||Bisexual||Meryl Streep|
|Virginia Woolf||Nicole Kidman|
|2002||The Laramie Project||Matthew Shepard||Gay||(No actor)||||United States|
|Cathy Connolly||Lesbian||Janeane Garofalo|
|2002||May||May Dove Canady||Bisexual||Angela Bettis||||United States|
|2002||The Rules of Attraction||Paul Denton||Bisexual||Ian Somerhalder||This film follows a love triangle between Sean, Laura, and Paul, the latter of whom is the boyfriend of Laura and is attracted to Sean, who he tries to go out with, but fails.||Germany, United States|
|2003||Arisan!||Nino||Gay||Surya Saputra||||Indonesia|
|2003||Beautiful Boxer||Parinya Charoenphol||Trans woman||Asanee Suwan||||Thailand|
|2003||Bright Young Things||Miles Maitland||Gay||Michael Sheen||||United Kingdom|
|2003||Elephant||Alex||Gay||Alex Frost||||United States|
|2003||Latter Days||Aaron Davis||Gay||Steve Sandvoss||||United States|
|Christian Markelli||Wes Ramsey|
|2003||A Mighty Wind||Mark Shubb||Trans woman||Harry Shearer||||United States|
|2003||Monster||Aileen Wuornos||Lesbian||Charlize Theron||||United States|
|Tyria Moore||Christina Ricci|
|2003||Party Monster||Michael Alig||Bisexual||Macaulay Culkin||||United States|
|James St. James||Gay||Seth Green|
|Christina||Trans woman||Marilyn Manson|
|2003||Soldier's Girl||Calpernia Addams||Trans woman||Lee Pace||||Canada, United States|
|2003||SpiderBabe||Patricia Porker||Bisexual||Erin Brown||||United States|
|2003||Under the Tuscan Sun||Patti||Lesbian||Sandra Oh||||United States|
|2004||Bad Education||Enrique Goded||Gay||Fele Martínez||||Spain|
|Father Manolo||Daniel Giménez Cacho|
|Ignacio Rodriguez||Francisco Boira|
|Zahara||Transgender||Gael García Bernal|
|2004||D.E.B.S||Lucy Diamond||Lesbian||Jordana Brewster||||United States|
|Amy Bradshaw||Bisexual||Sara Foster|
|2004||Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story||Kate Veatch||Bisexual||Christine Taylor||It's not until the film is ending that Kate mentions she has a girlfriend named Joyce, who has come to watch her play; nor has Kate previously been shown as being attracted to women. One teammate then says to the other: "I told you she was a lesbian", to which Kate replies "Hey! I'm not a lesbian! No. I'm bisexual." Then she kisses one of the men.||United States|
|2004||Formula 17||Chou T'ien Tsai||Gay||Tony Yang||A "feel good" gay romantic comedy film from Taiwan about a young man, Chou T'ien-Tsai, who is looking for romance as he takes a trip to the capital, Taipei, to visit an online boyfriend in person for the first time. Disappointed to find that his online friend only wants sex and has no interest in forming a romantic bond, he starts to look elsewhere, finding his internet relationship. There are many adventures as T'ien's roommate and friends also help him look for the man of his dreams. The film was banned in Singapore, because it "portrays homosexuality as normal, and a natural progression of society".||Taiwan|
|Bai Tieh Nan/Richard Bai||Duncan Lai|
|2004||Grande École||Paul||Bisexual||Gregori Baquet||In this film, about education, class, race and homosexuality, Paul has a girlfriend but sleeps with one of his new roommates, while Mécir, a young Arab manual worker, becomes attracted to him.||France|
|2004||Kinsey||Alfred Kinsey||Bisexual||Liam Neeson||||United States|
|2004||Mean Girls||Damian||Gay||Daniel Franzese||||United States|
|2004||Mysterious Skin||Neil McCormick||Gay||Joseph Gordon-Levitt||||Netherlands, United States|
|2004||Star Appeal||Xiao Bo||Bisexual||Yu Bo||A gay-themed science fiction film shot on static video camera, the story revolves around a young man from the planet Mars, known as 'E.T.', who arrives on Earth totally naked. He befriends a young bisexual Chinese man, Xiao Bo, who removes his own clothes to make E.T. feel more comfortable, and teaches him languages, science and a range of other subjects. The two become close, and eventually fall in love. E.T. later falls in love with Xiao Bo's girlfriend, and the two attempt to have a baby.||China|
|2004||White Chicks||Aubrey Allure||Gay||Kevin Blatch||||United States|
|2005||Be Cool||Elliot Wilhelm||Gay||Dwayne Johnson||||United States|
|2005||Breakfast on Pluto||Patrick "Kitten" Braden||Trans woman||Cillian Murphy||||Ireland, United Kingdom|
|2005||Brokeback Mountain||Ennis Del Mar||Bisexual||Heath Ledger||Ennis and Jack are in love with each other, but they also have loving and sexual relations with their wives.||United States|
|Jack Twist||Jake Gyllenhaal|
|Randall Malone||David Harbour|||
|2005||Capote||Truman Capote||Gay||Philip Seymour Hoffman||||United States, Canada|
|Jack Dunphy||Bruce Greenwood|
|2005||Cold Showers||Michael||Bisexual||Johan Libéreau||The story of a ménage à trois between two young men and a young woman which results in the men becoming attracted to each other.||France|
|2005||Imagine Me & You||Luce||Lesbian||Lena Headey||||Germany, United Kingdom|
|2005||Kiss Kiss Bang Bang||Perry Van Shrike/"Gay Perry"||Gay||Val Kilmer||||United States|
|2005||My Fair Son||Ray||Gay||Junrui Wang||||China|
|Unnamed student||Guifeng Wang|
|Xiao Bo||Bisexual||Yu Bo|
|2005||Rent||Thomas B. "Tom" Collins||Gay||Jesse L. Martin||||United States|
|Angel Dumott Schunard||Wilson Jermaine Heredia|
|Joanne Jefferson||Lesbian||Tracie Thoms|
|Maureen Johnson||Bisexual||Idina Menzel|
|2005||Sin City||Lucille||Lesbian||Carla Gugino||Marv's parole officer.||United States|
|2005||Tides of War||Frank Habley||Gay||Adrian Paul||Cmdr. Frank Habley and Lt. Cmdr. Tim Palatonio (Frank's executive officer) are partners and serving on the same submarine. Tom is killed in a battle and Frank must continue to serve on the same vessel. Released in theaters as Phantom Below with the gay theme excluded. The gay version was broadcast by the Here network.||United States|
|Tom Palatonio||Mike Doyle|
|2005||Transamerica||Sabrina "Bree" Osbourne||Trans woman||Felicity Huffman||||United States|
|2005||V for Vendetta||Gordon Deitrich||Gay||Stephen Fry||||Germany, United Kingdom, United States|
|Valerie Page||Lesbian||Natasha Wightman|
|2005||Where the Truth Lies||Vince Collins||Bisexual||Colin Firth||||Canada, United Kingdom|
|2006||The Architect||Shawn||Gay||Paul James||||United States|
|Martin Waters||Sebastian Stan|
|2006||Boy Culture||Alex "X"||Gay||Derek Magyar||||United States|
|Gregory Talbot||Patrick Bauchau|
|2006||The Bubble||Ashraf||Gay||Yousef 'Joe' Sweid||||Israel|
|2006||Eternal Summer||Jonathan||Gay||Bryant Chang||Set in Taiwan, the story is about a studious schoolboy, Jonathan, who is asked by his teacher to look after another boy, Shane, who is rebellious and dislikes learning. Ten years on, they have developed a good friendship despite their divergent lives: Jonathan on course to go to university and Shane to become a basketball player. Jonathan is also attracted to Shane, but the attraction is not reciprocated. However, the young men's fates change when a girl, Carrie, has a secret affair with Shane (who is determined to keep it secret in order to protect Jonathan's feelings) and also does her best to persuade Shane to abandon basketball and instead work hard to try to enter university.||Taiwan|
|2006||The History Boys||Stuart Dakin||Bisexual||Dominic Cooper||This film is based on the play of the same name.||United Kingdom|
|Douglas Hector||Gay||Richard Griffiths|
|Tom Irwin||Stephen Campbell Moore|
|David Posner||Samuel Barnett|
|2006||In Her Line of Fire||Lynn Delaney||Lesbian||Mariel Hemingway||Sergeant Major Lynn Delaney is an openly lesbian Secret Service agent guarding the VP of the United States. She's an ex-Marine and friend of the VP, and served with him during Operation Desert Storm. Lynn and Sharon fall for each other. Air Force Two, the alternate version of the film distributed outside of the United States, deleted all references to Delaney's lesbianism including the two kiss scenes between her and Sharon.||United States|
|Sharon Serrano||Jill Bennett|
|2006||Let's Go to Prison||Barry||Gay||Chi McBride||||United States|
|Nelson Biederman IV||Will Arnett|
|2006||Little Miss Sunshine||Frank Ginsberg||Gay||Steve Carell||||United States|
|2006||Loving Annabelle||Annabelle Tillman||Lesbian||Erin Kelly||Anabelle in an openly lesbian and emotionally mature student that transfers to a strict Catholic boarding school in her senior high school year after being expelled from two previous schools. She falls in love with her poetry teacher, Simone. Simone is a closeted lesbian teacher who resists Annabelle's flirtations and advances, but falls in love with her. After the suicide of her lover, Amanda, she repressed her sexual orientation; afterwards becoming involved with a male teacher from another school as a cover-up instead of dealing with the pain and loss.||United States|
|Simone Bradley||Diane Gaidry|
|2006||No Regret||Lee Su-min||Gay||Lee Yeong-hoon||||South Korea|
|Song Jae-min||Kim Nam-gil|
|2006||Wedding Wars||Shel||Gay||John Stamos||||Canada, United States|
|2007||Across the Universe||Prudence||Lesbian||T.V. Carpio||||United Kingdom, United States|
|2007||Breakfast with Scot||Eric McNally||Gay||Tom Cavanagh||||Canada|
|2007||I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry||Fred Duncan||Gay||Ving Rhames||||United States|
|2007||Love Songs||Ismaël Benoliel||Bisexual||Louis Garrel||Ismaël, Julie, and Alice are in a ménage-à-trois. After a tragedy strikes and breaks them apart, the characters learn to deal with loss and mourning. Ismaël unexpectedly finds love again with a young man named Erwann.||France|
|Julie Pommeraye||Ludivigne Sagnier|
|2007||Planet Terror||Dakota Block||Bisexual||Marley Shelton||||United States|
|Tammy Visan||Lesbian||Stacy Ferguson|
|2007||Pleasure Factory||Jonathan||Bisexual||Loo Zihan||The film is set in Singapore's red-light district. Jonathan has sexual relationships with both men and women.||Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand|
|2007||Reign Over Me||Charlie Fineman||Bisexual||Adam Sandler||||United States|
|2007||Shelter||Shaun||Gay||Brad Rowe||||United States|
|2007||Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story||Dewey Cox||Bisexual||John C. Reilly||||United States|
|2007||The Walker||Carter Page III||Gay||Woody Harrelson||||United States, United Kingdom|
|2008||City Without Baseball||Ronnie||Bisexual||Ron Heung||In a story set in the 1990s, Ronnie, a pitcher with Hong Kong's National Baseball Team, has a steady girlfriend and appears well settled-in. But over time, he becomes increasingly attracted to one of his colleagues, and summons up the courage to kiss him in the men's changing rooms. The actors, including the protagonist, were real-life members of the National Baseball Team at the time of filming. Based on a real story, the film is the first feature produced by the award-winning Chinese LGBT filmmaker known as 'Scud'.||Hong Kong|
|2008||Dream Boy||Nathan Davies||Gay||Stephan Bender||||United States|
|2008||Milk||Harvey Milk||Gay||Sean Penn||||United States|
|Scott Smith||James Franco|
|2008||Vicky Cristina Barcelona||María Elena||Bisexual||Penélope Cruz||||Spain, United States|
|2009||Brüno||Brüno Gehard||Gay||Sacha Baron Cohen||||United States, United Kingdom|
|2009||Chloe||Chloe Sweeney||Bisexual||Amanda Seyfried||||Canada, France, United States|
|2009||Everybody's Fine||Rosie Goode||Bisexual||Drew Barrymore||||United States|
|2009||I Love You Phillip Morris||Phillip Morris||Gay||Ewan McGregor||||France, United States|
|Steven Russell||Jim Carrey|
|2009||Mundane History||Ake||Gay||Phakpoom Surapongsanuruk||The film tells the story of a young Thai man, Ake, who is bed-ridden and paralyzed from the waist down. He gradually becomes sexually attracted by his male nurse, Pun, during washing and changing.||Thailand|
|2009||Permanent Residence||Ivan||Gay||Sean Li||Ivan seeks a long-term relationship with a straight friend. Befriending another young man, Windson, at a public sports club, the two build up a friendly rapport. However, Windson becomes aware of his inclination, and while happy to remain his friend, is initially very reluctant to become emotionally involved with him. It is the first feature to be directed by the award-winning Chinese LGBT filmmaker known as 'Scud'.||Hong Kong|
|2009||Shank||Cal||Gay||Wayne Virgo||||United Kingdom|
|2009||A Single Man||George Falconer||Gay||Colin Firth||||United States|
|2009||Soundless Wind Chime||Ricky||Gay||Lu Yulai||An interracial love story. The story, told through a linear narrative and a series of complex, interlocking flashbacks, revolves around a young man, Ricky, who has arrived in Hong Kong from mainland China, and works as a delivery boy. He is robbed by a Swiss thief, Pascal, who admits his crime and returns the stolen item. The two eventually embark on a love affair, but through several flashbacks, it eventually becomes clear that Pascal has subsequently been killed in a road accident near their flat, which Ricky had witnessed. Some years later, Ricky visits Pascal's former home in Switzerland to find it abandoned. During his time there, he meets Pascal's doppelganger in a man called Ueli, who nevertheless has a very different personality. They, too, fall in love and the contentment that Ricky finds enables him to reflect on the relationship he had with Pascal.||Hong Kong, Switzerland, China|
|2010||All About Love||Anita||Lesbian||Vivian Chow||||Hong Kong|
|2010||Amphetamine||Daniel||Gay||Thomas Price||Daniel, a wealthy Chinese Australian investment banker working in Hong Kong who is openly gay, meets and befriends Kafka, a young swimming instructor from a poor local family, who has strong religious beliefs. Kafka was sexually assaulted as a teenager by a male gang after successfully defending a young woman from being raped, and as a result, he has become impotent and a habitual user of recreational drugs. Although initially uncomfortable with Daniel's obvious sexual attraction to him, he soon sees Daniel as offering him new hope in life, and he falls deeply in love with him. But Kafka's life begins to fall apart again when his mother dies suddenly, and he attempts to end his life. Set after the 2008 financial collapse, the film is the second feature film directed by the award-winning Chinese LGBT filmmaker, 'Scud'.||Hong Kong|
|2010||Beginners||Hal||Gay||Christopher Plummer||United States|
|2010||Kaboom||Hunter||Bisexual||Jason Olive||||United States|
|Lorelei||Lesbian||Roxane Mesquida|||
|Oliver||Gay||Brennan Mejia|||
|Rex||Bisexual||Andy Fischer-Price|||
|Smith||Bisexual||Thomas Dekker|||
|Stella||Lesbian||Haley Bennett|||
|2010||The Kids Are All Right||Jules||Lesbian||Julianne Moore||United States|
|2010||Scott Pilgrim vs. the World||Ramona Flowers||Bisexual||Mary Elizabeth Winstead||Ramona describes her relationship with Roxy Richter (Mae Whitman) as her being "bi-curious". As in the Scott Pilgrim graphic novel series the film is based on, Ramona has seven evil exes: six ex-boyfriends and her lesbian ex-girlfriend Roxanne.||United Kingdom, United States, Japan|
|Roxanne "Roxy" Richter||Lesbian||Mae Whitman|
|Stephen Stills||Gay||Mark Webber||Stephen is gay in the graphic novel series.|
|Wallace Wells||Kieran Culkin||Wallace Wells is Scott's gay roommate.|
|2010||Valentine's Day||Sean Jackson||Gay||Eric Dane||||United States|
|Holden Wilson||Gay||Bradley Cooper|||
|2010||Yes or No||Kim||Lesbian||Suppanad Jittaleela||||Thailand|
|Pie||Bisexual||Sushar Manaying|||
|2011||Albert Nobbs||Albert Nobbs||Trans man||Glenn Close||||United Kingdom, Ireland|
|Hubert Page||Janet McTeer|
|2011||Austin Unbound: A Deaf Journey of Transgender Heroism||Austin Richey||Trans man||Austin Richey||||United States|
|2011||The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel||Graham Dashwood||Gay||Tom Wilkinson||||United Kingdom|
|2011||Cloudburst||Stella||Lesbian||Olympia Dukakis||Stella and Dot are an elderly couple in Maine who have been together for decades. Dot is in poor health and Stella has been taking care of her. The only one who is clueless that they are lesbians in a relationship is Dot's granddaughter. After she convinces the frail Dot to sign a power-of-attorney and relocate to an assisted living facility, Stella breaks into the home and she and Dot flee to Nova Scotia where same-sex marriage is legal.||Canada, United States|
|2011||The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo||Lisbeth Salander||Bisexual||Rooney Mara||||United States, Sweden, United Kingdom|
|Miriam "Mimi" Wu||Elodie Yung|
|2011||Just Go With It||Ian Maxtone-Jones||Gay||Dave Matthews||||United States|
|2011||Love Actually... Sucks!||Bridegroom||Bisexual||Jackie Chow||The film tells a series of interconnected stories, several with LGBT relationships. It was inspired by real-life events. The opening wedding banquet reveals a sex affair between the bridegroom and a bridesman. Other stories include a married painter who falls in love with his young male life model, a dance school teacher who becomes involved with his senior student and a role-playing lesbian couple. The film celebrates the belief that life is love. It is the third feature film directed by the award-winning Chinese LGBT filmmaker, 'Scud'.||Hong Kong|
|Bridesman||Gay||Ryo van Kooten|
|Policewoman's girl||Lesbian||Celia Chang|
|2011||North Sea Texas||Pim||Gay||Jelle Florizoone||||Belgium|
|Gino||Bisexual||Mathias Vergels|||
|2011||The Skin I Live In||Cristina||Lesbian||Bárbara Lennie||||Spain|
|2012||Cloud Atlas||Robert Frobisher||Bisexual||Ben Whishaw||Robert, living in 1930s Britain, is a budding composer, an apprentice to a musical genius, Vyvyan Ayrs, while Robert has a lover, Rufus Sixsmith, as well.||Germany, United States|
|Rufus Sixsmith||Gay||James D'Arcy|||
|2012||Jack & Diane||Diane||Lesbian||Juno Temple||||United States|
|Jack||Lesbian||Riley Keough|||
|2012||Laurence Anyways||Laurence Alia||Trans woman||Melvil Poupaud||||Canada|
|2012||The Perks of Being a Wallflower||Brad||Gay||Johnny Simmons||||United States|
|Patrick||Gay||Ezra Miller|||
|2012||Skyfall||Raoul Silva||Bisexual||Javier Bardem||||United Kingdom|
|2012||Speechless||Luke||Gay||Pierre-Matthieu Vital||||Hong Kong, China|
|Han Dong||Bisexual||Jian Jiang|
|2013||Blue Is the Warmest Colour||Adèle||Bisexual||Adèle Exarchopoulos||Adèle meets Emma in a lesbian bar, and they later enter a relationship and start to live with each other.  Eventually, Emma finds out that Adèle cheated with Antoine, a male colleague, and their relationship ends. Afterwards, Emma enters a relationship with Lise.||France|
|2013||Dallas Buyers Club||Rayon||Trans woman||Jared Leto||||United States|
|2013||Free Fall||Marc Borgmann||Bisexual||Hanno Koffler||||Germany|
|Kay Engel||Gay||Max Riemelt|||
|2013||G.B.F.||Tanner Daniels||Gay||Michael J. Willett||||United States|
|Brent Van Camp||Gay||Paul Iacono|
|2013||Horns||Eric Hannity||Gay||Michael Adamthwaite||||Canada, United States|
|2013||Kick-Ass 2||Insect-Man||Gay||Robert Emms||The film Kick-Ass 2 is based on the graphic novel of the same name. In both the comics and the film, Insect-Man is an insect-themed superhero and a member of the Justice Forever team, which consists of people who became superheroes inspired by Kick-Ass. In the comics, Insect-Man wears a mask. He claims to be a policeman who uses his secret identity to do things being a policeman does not allow him to do. His sexuality is not addressed. Conversely, in the film, Insect-Man is gay and was bullied when he was younger because of this. He claims this inspired him to become a superhero to stand up for the defenseless. He does not wear a mask because it would feel like going back into the closet.||United Kingdom, United States|
|2013||Kill Your Darlings||Lucien Carr||Gay||Dane DeHaan||||United Kingdom|
|Allen Ginsberg||Bisexual||Daniel Radcliffe|||
|2013||The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones||Alec Lightwood||Gay||Kevin Zegers||||Canada, Germany|
|Magnus Bane||Bisexual||Godfrey Gao|||
|2013||Tom at the Farm||Tom Podowski||Gay||Xavier Dolan||Tom travels to an isolated farm for his lover's funeral where he's quickly drawn into a twisted, sexually charged game by his lover's aggressive brother named Francis.||Canada|
|Francis Longchamp||Bisexual||Pierre-Yves Cardinal|
|2013||Voyage||Ryo||Gay||Ryo van Kooten||Filmed in the English language across Asia and Europe, the story follows the journey of a young Hong Kong psychiatrist (played by Chinese-German film actor Ryo van Kooten), who is accompanied by his male lover as he visits former patients in neighbouring countries of South East Asia by travelling to see them on his large luxury sailing yacht. Several of his clients are themselves in LGBT relationships. The film is the fourth commercially released film directed by the award-winning Chinese LGBT filmmaker known as 'Scud', and features frequent full-frontal male nudity.||Hong Kong|
|2014||Girltrash: All Night Long||Misty Monroe||Lesbian||Mandy Musgrave||This film is based on the Girltrash! series.||United States|
|Daisy Robson||Lisa Rieffel|
|Colby Robson||Gabrielle Christian|
|2014||The Grand Budapest Hotel||Monsieur Gustave H.||Bisexual||Ralph Fiennes||||United States, Germany|
|2014||The Imitation Game||Alan Turing||Gay||Benedict Cumberbatch (adult)
Alex Lawther (young)
|This historical drama film about the life of Alan Turing depicts his work on the cryptanalysis of the Enigma, an encryption machine used by Germany during the World War II. After the war is over, Alan Turing is convicted of indecency because he is gay. He undergoes chemical castration and later commits suicide.||United States|
|Christopher Morcom||Gay||Jack Bannon||The young Alan Turing in school is shown being close to his classmate Christopher Morcom. They pass encoded notes to each other on paper. The messages include "see you in two long weeks, dearest friend" and "I love you". Their friendship comes to an end when the young Christopher dies from bovine tuberculosis. The adult Alan Turing names the Enigma-breaking machine "Christopher" after him.|
|2014||Life Partners||Sasha Weiss||Lesbian||Leighton Meester||A struggling musician.||United States|
|2014||The Normal Heart||Dr. Emma Brookner||Lesbian||Julia Roberts||||United States|
|Felix Turner||Gay||Matt Bomer|||
|Alexander "Ned" Weeks||Gay||Mark Ruffalo|||
|2014||Predestination||Jane/John||Transgender||Sarah Snook||||Australia|
|2014||Pride||Mark Ashton||Gay||Ben Schnetzer||||United Kingdom|
|Mike Jackson||Gay||Joe Gilgun|||
|Steph Chambers||Lesbian||Faye Marsay|||
|Jonathan Blake||Gay||Dominic West|||
|Gethin Roberts||Gay||Andrew Scott|||
|Jeff Cole||Gay||Freddie Fox|||
|Reggie||Gay||Chris Overton|||
|Ray||Gay||Joshua Hill|||
|Joe "Bromley" Cooper||Gay||George Mackay|||
|Stella||Lesbian||Karina Fernandez|||
|Zoe||Lesbian||Jessie Cave|||
|Cliff Barry||Gay||Bill Nighy|||
|Tim||Gay||Russel Tovey|||
|2014||The Way He Looks||Leonardo||Gay||Ghilherme Lobo||Leonardo is a blind high school student who falls in love with the new kid, Gabriel. Gabriel is the new kid who falls in love with Leo, the blind student. He was once aroused when he saw Leo naked in the showers.||Brazil|
|2015||3 Generations||Ray||Transgender||Elle Fanning||||United States|
|2015||4th Man Out||Adam||Gay||Evan Todd||||United States|
|2015||Carol||Carol Aird||Lesbian||Cate Blanchett||Carol was always attracted to females, but married as was expected of her social status and the post-World War II era. While in divorce proceedings, she meets Therese and comes out publicly after her love affair with her is exposed. Therese realizes she is gay after she meets Carol and falls in love with her. (The film is based on The Price of Salt by Patricia Highsmith.)||United States|
|Therese Belivet||Rooney Mara|
|2015||The Danish Girl||Lili Elbe||Transgender||Eddie Redmayne||||United Kingdom, United States|
|2015||Dope||Cassandra "Diggy" Andrews||Lesbian||Kiersey Clemons||Diggy can be seen in male clothing.||United States|
|2015||Freeheld||Stacie Andree||Lesbian||Elliot Page [a]||||United States|
|Laurel Hester||Julianne Moore|
|2015||Grandma||Deathy||Transgender||Laverne Cox||||United States|
|Elle Reid||Lesbian||Lily Tomlin|
|2015||The Heroes of Evil||Aritz||Gay||Jorge Clemente||||Spain|
|2015||Holy Mess||Oscar||Gay||Anton Lundqvist||||Sweden|
|2015||Legend||Ronnie Kray||Gay||Tom Hardy||||France, United Kingdom|
|Teddy Smith||Taron Egerton|
|2015||Tangerine||Alexandra||Trans woman||Mya Taylor||||United States|
|Sin-Dee Rella||Kitana Kiki Rodriguez|
|2015||Those People||Charlie||Gay||Jonathan Gordon||Charlie has always been in love with his best friend Sebastian. Both of them are gay and too afraid to admit their love for each other. But after some life changing events happen in both of their lives, they try to figure out what their relationship really is.||United States|
|2015||Utopians||Hins Gao||Bisexual||Adonis He Fei||Hins Gao is in a relationship with his female classmate Joy, but gradually becomes attracted to his professor, Antonio Ming.||Hong Kong|
|Antonio Ming||Gay||Jackie Chow|
|2016||Being 17||Damien Delille||Gay||Kacey Mottet Klein||The movie follows the romantic and sexual awakening of Damien and Thomas as their initial animosity, expressed in violence, morphs into love.||France|
|Thomas Chardoul||Corentin Fila|
|2016||Center of My World||Nicholas||Bisexual||Jannik Schümann||||Germany|
|2016||The Handmaiden||Lady / Izumi Hideko||Lesbian||Kim Min-hee||||South Korea|
|Maid / Nam Sook-hee||Kim Tae-ri|
|2016||Handsome Devil||Conor Masters||Gay||Nicholas Galitzine||||Ireland|
|Dan Sherry||Andrew Scott|
|2016||Heartstone||Kristján||Gay||Blær Hinriksson||||Iceland|
|2016||King Cobra||Brent Corrigan||Gay||Garrett Clayton||||United States|
|Harlow Cuadra||Keegan Allen|
|Joe Kerekes||James Franco|
|Bryan Kocis||Christian Slater|
|2016||Moonlight||Chiron Harris ("Little"/"Black")||Gay||Trevante Rhodes, Ashton Sanders, Alex Hibbart||||United States|
|Kevin Jones||Bisexual||André Holland, Jharrel Jerome|
|2016||Mother's Day||Gabi||Lesbian||Sarah Chalke||||United States|
|2016||Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising||Pete Regazolli||Gay||Dave Franco||||United States|
|2016||The Neon Demon||Ruby||Lesbian||Jena Malone||||Denmark, France, United States|
|2016||Other People||David Mulcahey||Gay||Jesse Plemons||||United States|
|2016||Spidarlings||Eden||Lesbian||Sophia Disgrace||Eden and Matila are a lesbian couple trying to get by.||United Kingdom|
|The Diva||Trans woman||Jeff Kristian|
|2016||Their Finest||Phyl Moore||Lesbian||Rachael Stirling||Phyl is the Ministry of Information liaison keeping an eye on the screenwriters and coordinating the development of the film script. She wears button-down shirt and tie, jacket and tailored pants. She says to Catrin Cole, "I've never much seen the point in men"; and when one of the screenwriters asks who else the girls in the story are going to fall in love with she answers, "each other?"||United Kingdom|
|2017||Alien: Covenant||Carl Lope||Gay||Demián Bichir||||United Kingdom, United States|
|2017||Atomic Blonde||Lorraine Broughton||Bisexual||Charlize Theron||Lorraine, a secret agent for MI6, does not fall in love with her male counterpart, but she has "sex with another female spy," Delphine Lasalle, entering into a romantic relationship with her. Theron confirmed Lorraine as a bisexual.  (Some reviewers noted that the lesbian romance subplot of the film is not in the original graphic novel.)||United States|
|Delphine Lasalle||Lesbian||Sofia Boutella|
|2017||Battle of the Sexes||Billie Jean King||Lesbian||Emma Stone||Based on the real-life champion tennis player of the same name.||United Kingdom, United States|
|Marilyn Bennett||Andrea Riseborough|
|2017||Call Me by Your Name||Oliver||Bisexual||Armie Hammer||||Brazil, France, Italy, United States|
|Elio Perlman||Timothée Chalamet|
|2017||The Carmilla Movie||Carmilla Karnstein||Lesbian||Natasha Negovanlis||||Canada|
|Laura Hollis||Elise Bauman|
|Elle Sheridan||Dominique Provost-Chalkley|
|Danny Lawrence||Sharon Belle|
|2017||Disobedience||Ronit Krushka||Bisexual||Rachel Weisz||Ronit is the daughter of a rabbi and community authority; she had a forbidden romance with Esti when they were teenagers and was sent away by her father after he discovered their relationship. When Ronit left the community, Esti married due to Orthodox religious expectations and obligations, but always remained sexually attracted to females. Years later, when Ronit returns after her father's death, Esti comes to terms with her sexual orientation and separates from her husband.||United States, Ireland, United Kingdom|
|Esti Kuperman||Lesbian||Rachel McAdams|
|2017||A Fantastic Woman||Marina Vidal||Trans woman||Daniela Vega||||Chile|
|2017||God's Own Country||Gheorghe Ionescu||Gay||Alec Secareanu||||United Kingdom|
|Johnny Saxby||Josh O'Connor|
|2017||Lady Bird||Danny O'Neill||Gay||Lucas Hedges||||United States|
|2017||Power Rangers||Trini Kwan||Lesbian||Becky G||First LGBT superhero in a high-budget film.||United States|
|2017||Princess Cyd||Cyd||Bisexual||Jessie Pinnick||||United States|
|2017||Rough Night||Blair||Bisexual||Zoë Kravitz||||United States|
|2017||The Shape of Water||Giles||Gay||Richard Jenkins||Elisa's next door neighbor who helps her and the Amphibian Man.||United States|
|2018||Alex Strangelove||Alex Truelove||Gay||Daniel Doheny||||United States|
|2018||To All the Boys I've Loved Before||Lucas Krapf||Gay||Trezzo Mahoro||Lucas was one of Lara Jean Covey's crushes who she wrote a letter to. He told Lara Jean he was gay after receiving the letters, sent by Lara Jean's younger sister Kitty.||United States|
|2018||Blockers||Sam||Lesbian||Gideon Adlon||Comes out to her father and friends. Kisses Angelica at their senior prom.||United States|
|2018||Bohemian Rhapsody||Freddie Mercury||Bisexual||Rami Malek||||United Kingdom, United States|
|Jim Hutton||Gay||Aaron McCusker|
|2018||Boy Erased||Jared Eamons||Gay||Lucas Hedges||||United States|
|2018||Can You Ever Forgive Me?||Lee Israel||Lesbian||Melissa McCarthy||||United States|
|Jack Hock||Gay||Richard E. Grant|
|2018||The Death & Life of John F. Donovan||John F. Donovan||Gay||Kit Harington||||Canada|
|2018||Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot||Donnie||Gay||Jonah Hill||||United States|
|2018||Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald||Albus Dumbledore||Gay||Jude Law (adult Albus)
Toby Regbo (young Albus)
|||United Kingdom|
|2018||The Favourite||Anne, Queen of Great Britain||Lesbian||Olivia Colman||||United Kingdom, Ireland, United States|
|Abigail Masham||Emma Stone|
|Sarah Churchill||Bisexual||Rachel Weisz|
|2018||Giant Little Ones||Ray Winter||Gay||Kyle MacLachlan||||Canada|
|2018||Hearts Beat Loud||Samantha Lee "Sam" Fisher||Lesbian||Kiersey Clemons||||United States|
|2018||Love, Simon||Simon Spier||Gay||Nick Robinson||||United States|
|Bram Greenfeld||Keiynan Lonsdale|
|Cal Price||Bisexual||Miles Heizer|
|2018||Mary Queen of Scots||Lord Darnley||Gay||Jack Lowden||||United Kingdom, United States|
|David Rizzio||Ismael Cruz Córdova|
|2018||The Miseducation of Cameron Post||Cameron Post||Lesbian||Chloë Grace Moretz||||United Kingdom, United States|
|2018||Ready Player One||Helen "H" Harris||Lesbian||Lena Waithe||||United States|
|2018||School's out||Pierre Hoffman||Gay||Laurent Lafitte||Pierre is a substitute teacher who becomes obsessed with his students' strange behavior. He is in love with his male best friend who just had a child. He also has a crush on one of his male colleagues who appears to be straight.||France|
|2018||Vice||Mary Cheney||Lesbian||Alison Pill||||United States|
|2018||Vita & Virginia||Vita Sackville-West||Bisexual||Gemma Arterton||||United Kingdom, Ireland|
|Virginia Woolf||Elizabeth Debicki|
|2019||Bombshell||Jess Carr||Lesbian||Kate McKinnon||Jess is a closeted lesbian and Hillary Clinton supporter. Kayla has a sexual relationship with Jess, but says she's not a lesbian.||United States, Canada|
|Kayla Pospisil||Bisexual||Margot Robbie|
|2019||Booksmart||Amy Antsler||Lesbian||Kaitlyn Dever||Amy has a crush on a girl named Ryan, and later has a sexual encounter with Hope, another female classmate. George and Alan are openly gay classmates of Amy and her best friend Molly.||United States|
|2019||Despite Everything||Sofía||Lesbian||Amaia Salamanca||Sofía and Marta are a couple, but Sofía has commitment issues.||Spain|
|2019||Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga||Sweety Chaudhary||Lesbian||Sonam Kapoor Ahuja||Sweety is a closeted lesbian who comes out to her traditional Punjabi father and family. Kuhu is Sweety's love interest. They are in a relationship that is kept secret.||India|
|2019||Elisa & Marcela||Elisa||Lesbian||Natalia de Molina||True story of two Spanish women who posed as a heterosexual couple in 1901 so that they could marry, with Marcela assuming the identity of "Mario Sánchez".||Spain|
|2019||The Gentlemen||Fletcher||Gay||Hugh Grant||||United Kingdom|
|2019||The Good Liar||Steven||Gay||Russell Tovey||Steven does research on Hans, who raped Lili, confirming his identity in a DNA test using a locket of Hans' hair.||United Kingdom, United States|
|Michael||Tunji Kasim||It is revealed at the end of the film that Michael is Lili's grandson and Steven's boyfriend.|
|2019||Jojo Rabbit||Captain Klenzendorf||Gay||Sam Rockwell||Set in 1945 in Nazi Germany, Klenzendorf and Freddy are in a secret relationship.||United States|
|Freddy Finkel||Alfie Allen|
|2019||Matthias & Maxime||Maxime||Bisexual||Xavier Dolan||Matthias and Maxime are lifelong friends who discover they might have romantic feelings for each other.||Canada|
|2019||Pain and Glory||Salvador Mallo||Gay||Antonio Banderas||||Spain|
|2019||Portrait of a Lady on Fire||Héloïse||Lesbian||Noémie Merlant||Set in the 18th century, Héloïse is a painter commissioned to unobtrusively do the portrait of Marianne, who has been reluctant to pose for one because the painting was meant to be presented to her prospective husband, but Marianne did not want to marry. Héloïse and Marianne fall in love.||France|
|2019||Rocketman||Elton John||Gay||Taron Egerton||Tells of the story of a famous singer's journey dealing with drug addiction and accepting his sexual identity.||United Kingdom, United States|
|2019||Twilight's Kiss (Suk Suk)||Hoi||Gay||Ben Yuen||||Hong Kong|
|2020||Ammonite||Mary Anning||Lesbian||Kate Winslet||||United Kingdom, Australia|
|Charlotte Murchison||Bisexual||Saoirse Ronan|
|2020||The Boys in the Band||Michael||Gay||Jim Parsons||||United States|
|Emory||Robin de Jesús|
|Bernard||Michael Benjamin Washington|
|2020||Falling||John Peterson||Gay||Viggo Mortensen||||United States|
|Eric Peterson||Terry Chen|
|2020||The Half of It||Ellie Chu||Lesbian||Leah Lewis||||United States|
|2020||Happiest Season||Abby||Lesbian||Kristen Stewart||||United States|
|2020||I Care a Lot||Marla Grayson||Lesbian||Rosamund Pike||Marla and Fran are romantic and business partners.||United States|
|2020||Ma Rainey's Black Bottom||Ma Rainey||Bisexual||Viola Davis||||United States|
|2020||The New Mutants||Danielle Moonstar / Mirage||Lesbian||Blu Hunt||||United States|
|Rahne Sinclair / Wolfsbane||Maisie Williams|
|2020||The Old Guard||Yusuf Al-Kaysani / Joe||Gay||Marwan Kenzari||||United States|
|Niccolò di Genova / Nicky||Luca Marinelli|
|2020||The Prom||Emma Nolan||Lesbian||Jo Ellen Pellman||||United States|
|Alyssa Greene||Ariana DeBose|
|Barry Glickman||Gay||James Corden|
|2020||Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan||Kartik Singh||Gay||Ayushmann Khurrana||Kartik is an out young gay man in love with Aman, who is closeted. It is the first Bollywood feature film to show two men kissing passionately.||India|
|Aman Tripathi||Jitendra Kumar|
|2020||Summer of 85||Alexis Robin||Gay||Félix Lefebvre||The movie is centered around the intense friendship and romance of teenagers Alexis and David during a summer in Normandy in 1985.||France|
|David Gorman||Bisexual||Benjamin Voisin|
|2020||Summer of Mesa||Mesa||Lesbian||Andrea Granera||||United States|
|Molly Miles||Bisexual||Lily Peony|
|2020||Supernova||Sam||Gay||Colin Firth||||United Kingdom|
|2020||The Thing About Harry||Sam Baselli||Gay||Jake Borelli||||United States|
|2020||Uncle Frank||Frank Bledsoe||Gay||Paul Bettany||||United States|
|2020||The United States vs. Billie Holiday||Billie Holiday||Bisexual||Andra Day||||United States|
|2020||Your Name Engraved Herein||Chang Jia-han||Gay||Edward Chen Hao-Sen||||Taiwan|
|Wang Po Te||Jing-Hua Tseng|
|2021||Benedetta||Benedetta Carlini||Lesbian||Virginie Efira||Benedetta, a novitiate in a 17th-century Italian convent, begins a love affair with another nun.||France|
|2021||Cruella||Artie||Gay||John McCrea||Artie is the first openly gay character in a live-action Disney film.||United States|
|2021||Fear Street Part One: 1994||Deena Johnson||Lesbian||Kiana Madeira||Denna and Samantha are a young couple.||United States|
|Samantha Fraser||Olivia Scott Welch|
|2021||Jungle Cruise||McGregor Houghton||Gay||Jack Whitehall||McGregor is the heroine's brother and reluctant assistant. He turned down three engagements with women because of his sexual orientation.||United States|
|2021||The Power of the Dog||Phil Burbank||Gay||Benedict Cumberbatch||Phil Burbank is a repressed gay man, and a charismatic rancher who likes to torment his brother's wife and step-son.||United Kingdom, Australia, United States, Canada, New Zealand|
|2021||Sentinelle||Klara||Lesbian||Olga Kurylenko||The first hint that Klara is lesbian is her observing the nude body of a female soldier in their locker room. Later, she dances with a woman in a nightclub and has a one-night stand with her.||France|
|1950||All About Eve||Addison DeWitt||Gay||George Sanders||United States|
|1953||Glen or Glenda||Glenda||Transgender||Ed Wood||United States|
|1961||The Children's Hour||Martha Dobie||Lesbian||Shirley MacLaine||This film is based on the 1934 play of the same name.||United States|
|1969||The Damned||Konstantin von Essenbeck||Gay||Reinhard Kolldehoff|
|1970||The Vampire Lovers||Carmilla Karnstein||Lesbian||Ingrid Pitt|
|1971||Daughters of Darkness||Countess Bathory||Lesbian||Delphine Seyrig|
|1976||L'Alpagueur||Gilbert ("L'Epervier")||Gay||Bruno Cremer|
|1978||Midnight Express||Erich||Gay||Norbert Weisser|
|1979||Life of Brian||Loretta||Transgender||Eric Idle|
|1980||Dressed to Kill||Bobbi||Trans Woman||Michael Caine||||United States|
|1982||Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean||Joanne||Trans woman||Karen Black|
|1984||Revenge of the Nerds||Lamar||Gay||Larry B. Scott|
|1984||Sleepaway Camp||Angela Baker||Transgender||Felissa Rose||United States|
|1986||Blue Velvet||Frank Booth||Bisexual||Dennis Hopper||United States|
|2000||Bring It On||Leslie "Les"||Gay||Huntley Ritter|
|2000||Common Ground||Dorothy Nelson||Lesbian||Brittany Murphy|
|2000||Wonder Boys||Terry "Crabs" Crabtree||Bisexual||Robert Downey Jr.|
|James Leer||Gay||Tobey Maguire|
|2001||Blow||Derek Foreal||Gay||Paul Reubens|
|2001||Gypsy 83||Clive Webb||Gay||Kett Turton|
|2001||Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back||Brodie Bruce/Banky Edwards||Gay||Jason Lee|
|2001||Wet Hot American Summer||McKinley||Gay||Michael Ian Black|
|2003||Hamlet 2||Rand Posin||Gay||Skylar Astin|||
|2003||Normal||Ruth Applewood||Transgender||Tom Wilkinson|
|2004||A Home at the End of the World||Jonathan Glover||Gay||Harris Allan / Dallas Roberts|
|2004||The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou||Alistair Hennessey||Bisexual||Jeff Goldblum|
|2004||Saving Face||Willhelmina Pang||Lesbian||Michelle Krusiec|
|2005||C.R.A.Z.Y.||Zachary Beaulieu||Bisexual||Marc-André Grondin||Canada|
|2005||Cursed||Bo||Gay||Milo Ventimiglia||United States|
|2005||Kinky Boots||Simon / Lola||Gay / Drag Queen||Chiwetel Ejiofor|
|2005||Sin City||Lucille||Lesbian||Carla Gugino|
|2006||Another Gay Movie||Jarod||Gay||Jonathan Chase|
|2006||Infamous||Truman Capote||Gay||Toby Jones|
|2006||The Night Listener||Gabriel Noone||Gay||Robin Williams|
|2008||Mamma Mia!||Harry Bright||Gay||Colin Firth||Harry says that the only woman he ever loved was Donna.|
|2008||RocknRolla||Handsome Bob||Gay||Tom Hardy|
|2008||Sunshine Cleaning||Lynn||Lesbian||Mary Lynn Rajskub|
|2009||I Love You, Beth Cooper||Rich Munsch||Bisexual||Jack Carpenter|
|2009||Jennifer's Body||Jennifer Check||Bisexual||Megan Fox|
|Anita "Needy" Lesnicki||Amanda Seyfried|
|2009||The Joneses||Mick Jones||Gay||Benjamin Hollingsworth|
|2009||Prayers for Bobby||Bobby Griffith||Gay||Ryan Kelley|
|2009||Woman on Top||Monica Jones||Trans woman||Harold Perrineau Jr.|
|2010||Death at a Funeral||Frank Lovett||Gay||Peter Dinklage||||United States, United Kingdom|
|2010||Easy A||Brandon||Gay||Dan Byrd||||United States|
|2010||The Last Exorcism||Logan||Gay||Logan Craig Reid||||United States|
|2010||Sex and the City 2||Erin||Lesbian||Alice Eve||||United States|
|2011||Dear Santa||Pete Kennedy||Gay||Patrick Creery||His sexuality is not stated in the film; however, he is depicted as stereotypically gay.||Canada|
|2011||J. Edgar||J. Edgar Hoover||Gay||Leonardo DiCaprio||||United States|
|2012||Foodfight!||Vlad Chocul||Gay||Larry Miller||||United States|
|2013||The Bling Ring||Marc Hall||Gay||Israel Broussard||||United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan|
|2013||Geography Club||Russell Middlebrook||Gay||Cameron Deane Stewart||||United States|
|2013||Palo Alto||Fred||?||Nat Wolff||||United States|
|2014||Dear White People||Lionel Higgins||Gay||Tyler James Williams||||United States|
|2014||Jongens||Marc||Gay||Ko Zandvliet||||Netherlands|
|2014||Obvious Child||Joey||Gay||Gabe Liedman||||United States|
|2014||The Taking of Deborah Logan||Sarah Logan||Lesbian||Anne Ramsay||||United States|
|2015||Most Likely to Die||Jade||Lesbian||Tess Christiansen||||United States|
|2017||F the Prom||TJ||Gay||Luke Bilyk||||United States|
|2017||My Days of Mercy||Mercy Bromage||Bisexual||Kate Mara||||United States, United Kingdom|
|Lucy Moro||Lesbian||Elliot Page|
|2017||The Party||Martha||Lesbian||Cherry Jones||||United Kingdom|
|2019||Riot Girls||Nat||Lesbian||Madison Iseman||||Canada|
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