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If you’re thinking, ‘I wouldn’t mind seeing Margot Robbie in a fat suit,’ you won’t have to picture it in your mind much longer.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. – Director Christopher Nolan is a master of reinvention.
It’s been over seven years since Ricky Gervais’ last standup tour. But don’t expect to hear any Trump jokes when he hits the stage at Toronto’s Massey Hall for the first show of a three-night stand Friday, July 14.
Canadian country star Shania Twain might have had a bit of a headache Monday morning.
Author Dennis Lehane has gone full-on Hollywood.
After sputtering off the starting line, Wonder Woman is – finally – the superhero film DC fans have been waiting for since the entertainment company kick-started its cinematic universe with 2013’s Man of Steel.
Gal Gadot doesn’t know why it’s taken this long for Wonder Woman’s story to make it to the big screen — she’s just happy it’s finally happening.
It was a sort of homecoming as U2 once again kicked off another world tour — this time in support of the 30th anniversary of their landmark LP The Joshua Tree — in “the city we love.”
“I want to ask you some questions.”
In the MasterChef Canada kitchen, when you get an advantage to knock off one of your fellow homecooks you better not miss.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 won’t hit theatres until next month, but Chris Pratt is already teasing big things for his intergalactic band of misfits when they return in next year’s Avengers: Infinity War.
Record Store Day 2017: David Bowie, Elton John, Prince and the 10 most anticipated releases
Zoe Saldana isn’t content to just do Marvel, Star Trek and Avatar movies — the actress has her eyes set on Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming Dune remake.
Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Aaron Sanchez is locked in right now.
Amidst the hoopla at this weekend’s Star Wars Celebration, there was a bit of therapy.
Heroines in the Star Wars universe will be getting a starring role in the new animated series Forces of Destiny.
Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy wants to assure Star Wars fans of one thing — Luke Skywalker is going to play an integral part of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Star Wars creator George Lucas said it best as he helped kick off the 40th anniversary celebration for his 1977 landmark sci-fi classic: “It’s a film for 12-year-olds.”
No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you – those are cars trying to outrun a submarine in one of the clips from this week’s The Fate of the Furious.