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The 2021 Oscars brought people back to an in-person ceremony, but as the Academy Awards pressed on during COVID-19, it was full of groundbreaking award winners, massive snubs and even some butt shaking from your favourite movie stars.
The 2021 Oscars ceremony ended with a massive snub when Anthony Hopkins won the Best Actor award for The Father over the late Chadwick Boseman for his role in the movie Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. In previous years, the best picture category is always the last award of the night but when the order was rearranged this year to make the actor category last, many assumed it was to create time forBoseman to receive the posthumous Academy Award - but that wasn't the case.
Movie theatres may be closed but there is still some time watch the 2021 Oscars nominated movies (ahead of the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, April 25), including the film The Father, starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman.
'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' finale: Canadian director says Disney+, Marvel show is 'the most important story of the century'
Make no mistake, this isn't 'Uncle Jesse.' Full House star John Stamos is starring in a new role on Disney+'s show 'Big Shot' (releasing on Friday, April 16) which pitches him as a gruff, angry coach that is a contrast to the cool, sitcom-uncle generations of viewers have come to love. In the 10-episode series, Stamos plays Marvyn Korn, a NCAA men’s basketball coach who is relegated to coaching at a girls private school after his aggressive antics get him kicked out of the league. Now, he works under the school’s dean, played by Yvette Nicole Brown, with assistant coach Holly Barrett (Jessalyn Gilsig)
When you say cowboys, the first place you think of is likely not Philadelphia, but that's the real-life setting for the story being told in the movie Concrete Cowboy coming to Netflix on April 2, starring Idris Elba and Caleb McLaughlin.
Joshua Jackson may have been the Canadian who led us through three Mighty Ducks movies but now two other Vancouver actors, Dylan Playfair (Letterkenny) and Kiefer O'Reilly (DC's Legends of Tomorrow) are brining the story of the Ducks into modern times in The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers on Disney+.
Gilmore Girls and Parenthood star Lauren Graham will continue to play the mom you wish you had - or maybe have in addition to your own mother - in the Disney+ series The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, which premieres on March 26.
After the incredible success of WandaVision, Marvel Studios is releasing a new six-episode series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (making its debut on Disney+ on March 19), set to impress fans within its first minutes.
Reflecting on diversity and gender equality in the entertainment industry, Dame Helen Mirren said there has been "exponential change" since she stared her career, particularly in the past five years, but there is still a ways to go. Mirren was the host of the L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth Awards Gala on March 8, part of the Women of Worth initiative, which provided $110,000 in charitable grants to 10 Canadian women who have created innovative programs to provide important supports for their communities. This includes supporting BIPOC entrepreneurs, mental health education for marginalized communities, supports for survivors of human trafficking and gender-based violence, and assistance for newcomer and low-income Canadian families.
On Monday, it was announced that the CBC TV show Kim's Convenience will come to an end after five seasons.
While we wait for the season 2 of the Netflix series 'Never Have I Ever', with Maitreyi Ramakrishnan teasing that Devi finds herself in a situation that's "really bad" but creates a "phenomenal" story arc, the show's Canadian star continues to be an advocate for gender equality and women empowerment.
Disney is expanding its catalogue of Disney princesses, this time taking inspiration from Southeast Asian cultures in Raya and the Last Dragon, releasing on Disney+ for $34.99 in Canada, with a subscription.
There's no mistaking it, the 2021 Golden Globes were unlike the ceremonies of years past and we hope things will change for the better next year. For better or worse, there were certainly a number of moments that stood out, with nominees and award winners physically distant checking in on video calls.
Canadians had something to celebrate as Catherine O'Hara took home a 2021 Golden Globe award for her role in "Schitt's Creek."
Alan S. Kim gives a performance that will steal your heart in the 2021 Golden Globe nominated movie 'Minari.'
The 2021 Golden Globes and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association are facing significant criticism ahead of the Sunday event.
The HBO documentary series Allen v. Farrow allows Dylan Farrow, the adopted daughter of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow who claimed her father sexually abused her at the age of seven, to tell this story in her own words.
Flora & Ulysses will be released on Disney+ on Feb. 19, directed by Canadian-born Lena Khan, a woman to know as she takes Hollywood by storm.
Mississauga, Ont., native and Netflix's 'Never Have I Ever' star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan will be on the cover of TIME magazine as part of 2021 TIME100 Next, an annual list of the next 100 most influential people in the world.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans and show's lead Sarah Michelle Gellar have come out in support of Charisma Carpenter who detailed the "toxic" misconduct of the show's creator Joss Whedon.
The Weeknd is the first Canadian to take on the Super Bowl stage since Shania Twain in 2003 and people around the country are sharing their support for the Toronto, specifically Scarborough, artist. Filled with all the lights and tricks that make up an elaborate Super Bowl Halftime Show, The Weeknd sang hit songs including “Starboy,” “The Hills” and “Can’t Feel My Face.”
A new Netflix documentary series, Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel, is revealing secrets behind the mysterious death of Canadian student Elisa Lam.