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Gone are the days of drinking Tab, using Napster and Y2K conspiracy theories but Julie Bowen (Modern Family) and Gemma Brooke Allen are taking us back to the “defiantly unsexy” 1990s in Mixtape on Netflix.
“Technically Mirabel’s not a princess but she is a Disney heroine, which I think is even cooler,” Stephanie Beatriz said about being in the movie Encanto, in theatres Nov. 24. With songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
New Marvel holiday-themed series Hawkeye (first two episodes streaming on Disney+ on Nov. 24, with weekly episodes to follow), stars Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, Vera Farmiga, Florence Pugh, Linda Cardellini and Tony Dalton.
Taking on the roles of tennis legends Venus and Serena Williams in King Richard (released in theatres on Nov. 19), Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton got some special advice from co-star Will Smith.
Netflix and showrunner André Nemec have taken a big risk on a live-action remake of Cowboy Bebop, starring John Cho (Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle), Mustafa Shakir (Luke Cage) and Daniella Pineda (The Originals).
While The Sex Lives of College Girls, co-created by Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble (first two episodes on Crave in Canada Nov. 18 with a weekly release), is another HBO show centred around four women, like Girls and Sex and the City, but you haven’t seen this unique journey through our awkward, raw college years before.
Will Smith steps into the shoes of Richard Williams, father of tennis legends Venus and Serena Williams, for King Richard (in theatres Nov. 19), revealing the moment that changed him as a parent and enticed him to take on the role.
Kenneth Branagh’s new movie Belfast, starring Jamie Dornan, (in theatres Nov. 12) is an autobiographical story set in the 1969 Troubles-era conflicts between Catholics and Protestants.
Rebecca Hall’s acclaimed movie directorial debut, Passing, is heading to Netflix on Nov. 10, starring Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga.
Darren Barnet, known for playing Paxton Hall-Yoshida in the Netflix series Never Have I Ever, has a new project on the platform, Christmas-themed rom-com movie Love Hard, with Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev and Jimmy O. Yang from Crazy Rich Asians.
Angelina Jolie has officially joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in Eternals (in theatres on Nov. 5) and the famed actor says her children believe this character is the most similar to her in real life.
“When you think about it, in your 50s, Mexican, I mean I'm short with big boobs, it's not the normal superhero,” Marvel's Eternals star Salma Hayek said. In theatres on Friday, Nov. 5.
The release of the new AppleTV+ movie Finch (available to stream on Nov. 5) marks Tom Hanks single-handedly leading a quintessentially COVID-19 movie, without even setting out to do so.
The late Bee Gee was on board the train which crashed in south east London and killed 49 people in 1967, but survived.
Filmmaker Evan Jackson Leong was finally able to premiere his New York Chinatown crime and human smuggling movie Snakehead at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), starring Shuya Chang (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny), Jade Wu (Luke Cage) and Sung Kang (Fast and Furious franchise).
Famed filmmaker Zack Snyder is back with a prequel to the popular Army of the Dead movie, Army of Thieves (streaming on Netflix), but he’s switching things up, handing over the director’s chair to Matthias Schweighöfer.
While Last Night in Soho is a departure from Edgar Wright’s previous movies, including the cult classic Cornetto trilogy, this film transports you into the enticing world of 1960s London, with actors Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy and Matt Smith guiding us through this mysterious journey.
Colin Kaepernick and co-creator Ava DuVernay are taking us inside the story of the famed athlete’s childhood in "Colin in Black and White," streaming on Netflix on Friday, Oct. 29.
With Halloween just days away, Netflix released its new horror film Hypnotic (streaming Oct. 27), starring Kate Siegel (The Haunting of Hill House), Jason O'Mara (The Man in the High Castle), Dulé Hill (Psych).
Alec Baldwin has broken his silence after the fatal shooting of a crew member in New Mexico, on the set of the upcoming movie Rust.
If you passed on Season 1 of Netflix’s Locke & Key, largely characterized under the “young adult” genre, Season 2 will change your mind as it gets darker, creepier, more evil and more binge-worthy (streaming on Friday, Oct. 22).
Epic movie Dune (in theatres on Friday, Oct. 22), from Canadian filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, starring Timothée Chalamet, brought lead actor, Rebecca Ferguson, to tears.
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have reunited again for 83-year-old Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel (opens in theatres on Oct. 15), alongside Adam Driver and Jodie Comer.
Legendary Canadian actor Christopher Plummer is being celebrated with a commemorative stamp from Canada Post that celebrates his 70-year career.
It's important to remember how layered the response to the Britney Spears conservatorship case is, with activists engaging in issues like women’s rights, reproductive rights, disabilities rights, ethics around media, tabloid culture and the entertainment industry.