M3gan was a queer icon before the movie's release. Now that it's out, does her status remain?
Violet McGraw, left, as Cady, M3GAN, and Allison Williams as Gemma in "M3GAN," directed by Gerard Johnstone. - Geoffrey Short/Universal Pictures/TNS

PHILADELPHIA — M3gan was bound to capture online queer fandom from the moment she sashayed across the blood-splattered room. We're talking about M3gan — part android, part doll, part meme legend — the main character in Blumhouse Productions' and Universal Pictures' new film, "M3gan." After a girl's parents die in a car accident, her aunt (Allison Williams), an engineer, becomes her caretaker and tasks the robot she's working on, M3gan, to help keep her niece safe. This is a horror film, so you can imagine that plan goes poorly. But the internet doesn't care about that. The internet cares about...