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  • Franco and Hathaway to host Oscars
    Tuesday November 30th 2010

    James Franco and Anne Hathaway will be running the show at the next Academy Awards. Oscar organizers said that Franco and Hathaway will be co-hosts of the 83rd ceremony on February 27. The announcement creates the prospect that one or both hosts might also be nominees. Franco is considered a solid best actor prospect for the survival drama 127 Hours, while Hathaway has a chance for a best actress slot for the romance Love And Other Drugs.

  • Fox sues to stop TV and movie script leaks
    Tuesday November 30th 2010

    Twentieth Century Fox is taking aggressive steps to keep its movie and TV scripts off of the Internet. The studio has filed a lawsuit alleging roughly $15 million in damages against a New York woman, Patricia McIlvaine, who is said to have put up roughly 100 scripts online without authorization.[…]

  • Canadian actor Leslie Nielsen dead at 84
    Monday November 29th 2010

    Canadian actor and iconic funnyman Leslie Nielsen died on Sunday due to complications from pneumonia in a Florida hospital. He was 84.

  • Sex in Vatican exposed in Canadian-Hungarian television series
    Monday November 29th 2010

    A new big-budget TV series being filmed here, featuring sex, corruption and violence at the Vatican, isn’t expected to cause more than a ripple in the sex scandal-plagued Catholic Church. The Borgias, a $45-million, Canadian-Irish-Hungarian series starring Oscar winner Jeremy Irons, centres around history’s most notorious pope. Rodrigo Borgia, who[…]

  • In Perspective: 11th Annual ImagineNative Film and Media Festival
    Friday November 26th 2010

    Toronto has more film festivals than any other city in the world and because of our city’s movie bug, we are treated to many different niche festivals that expose us to special films from an all kinds of cultures and points of view. ImagineNative Film and Media Festival is one such event, each year presenting a selection of the most compelling and distinctive Indigenous works from around the world. 

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Archives for: November 20105
  • Franco and Hathaway to host Oscars
    Tuesday November 30th 2010

    James Franco and Anne Hathaway will be running the show at the next Academy Awards. Oscar organizers said that Franco and Hathaway will be co-hosts of the 83rd ceremony on February 27. The announcement creates the prospect that one or both hosts might also be nominees. Franco is considered a solid best actor prospect for the survival drama 127 Hours, while Hathaway has a chance for a best actress slot for the romance Love And Other Drugs.

  • Fox sues to stop TV and movie script leaks
    Tuesday November 30th 2010

    Twentieth Century Fox is taking aggressive steps to keep its movie and TV scripts off of the Internet. The studio has filed a lawsuit alleging roughly $15 million in damages against a New York woman, Patricia McIlvaine, who is said to have put up roughly 100 scripts online without authorization.[…]

  • Canadian actor Leslie Nielsen dead at 84
    Monday November 29th 2010

    Canadian actor and iconic funnyman Leslie Nielsen died on Sunday due to complications from pneumonia in a Florida hospital. He was 84.

  • Sex in Vatican exposed in Canadian-Hungarian television series
    Monday November 29th 2010

    A new big-budget TV series being filmed here, featuring sex, corruption and violence at the Vatican, isn’t expected to cause more than a ripple in the sex scandal-plagued Catholic Church. The Borgias, a $45-million, Canadian-Irish-Hungarian series starring Oscar winner Jeremy Irons, centres around history’s most notorious pope. Rodrigo Borgia, who[…]

  • In Perspective: 11th Annual ImagineNative Film and Media Festival
    Friday November 26th 2010

    Toronto has more film festivals than any other city in the world and because of our city’s movie bug, we are treated to many different niche festivals that expose us to special films from an all kinds of cultures and points of view. ImagineNative Film and Media Festival is one such event, each year presenting a selection of the most compelling and distinctive Indigenous works from around the world. 

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Archives for: November 20105
  • Franco and Hathaway to host Oscars
    Tuesday November 30th 2010

    James Franco and Anne Hathaway will be running the show at the next Academy Awards. Oscar organizers said that Franco and Hathaway will be co-hosts of the 83rd ceremony on February 27. The announcement creates the prospect that one or both hosts might also be nominees. Franco is considered a solid best actor prospect for the survival drama 127 Hours, while Hathaway has a chance for a best actress slot for the romance Love And Other Drugs.

  • Fox sues to stop TV and movie script leaks
    Tuesday November 30th 2010

    Twentieth Century Fox is taking aggressive steps to keep its movie and TV scripts off of the Internet. The studio has filed a lawsuit alleging roughly $15 million in damages against a New York woman, Patricia McIlvaine, who is said to have put up roughly 100 scripts online without authorization.[…]

  • Canadian actor Leslie Nielsen dead at 84
    Monday November 29th 2010

    Canadian actor and iconic funnyman Leslie Nielsen died on Sunday due to complications from pneumonia in a Florida hospital. He was 84.

  • Sex in Vatican exposed in Canadian-Hungarian television series
    Monday November 29th 2010

    A new big-budget TV series being filmed here, featuring sex, corruption and violence at the Vatican, isn’t expected to cause more than a ripple in the sex scandal-plagued Catholic Church. The Borgias, a $45-million, Canadian-Irish-Hungarian series starring Oscar winner Jeremy Irons, centres around history’s most notorious pope. Rodrigo Borgia, who[…]

  • In Perspective: 11th Annual ImagineNative Film and Media Festival
    Friday November 26th 2010

    Toronto has more film festivals than any other city in the world and because of our city’s movie bug, we are treated to many different niche festivals that expose us to special films from an all kinds of cultures and points of view. ImagineNative Film and Media Festival is one such event, each year presenting a selection of the most compelling and distinctive Indigenous works from around the world. 

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