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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.
A manuscript written by the late 'Karate Kid' star Pat Morita was the catalyst of an inspiring but heartbreaking documentary about his troubled past.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is heading into the sitcom world with WandaVision, which will release on Disney Plus on Jan. 15, the weirdest but most creative way we’ve seen fan-favourite couple Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany).
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is stepping into uncharted territory with WandaVision, premiering on Disney Plus on Friday, directed by Matt Shakman, former child star from sitcoms like Just The Ten of Us (a spin-off of Growing Pains) and Webster.
The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the release of some of the year’s most highly anticipated movies including Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 starring Gal Gadot, but a former Price is Right model, Gwendolyn Osborne will still be able show off her acting and stunt skills in the film.
There are many Canadians to credit for the creation of the elaborate world of Pixar's Soul, being released on Disney+ on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, which features the first Black lead character for the studio.
Kate Winslet may be one of the most iconic actors of all time with breathtaking performances in films like Titanic and The Reader, but it was her role as Mary Anning in Ammonite, written and directed by Francis Lee (God’s Own Country), that actually made her a bit uneasy.
The new Christmas-themed film Godmothered is set to be released on Disney Plus on Dec. 4, but one of the film’s stars, Isla Fisher, feels strongly about the impacts around social media and the concept of “going viral,” one of the themes addressed in the film.
While the world sits in various stages of COVID-19 restrictions, the Amazon Prime Video series Alex Rider is exactly the entertainment we need during the pandemic, and one of its stars Brenock O'Connor, who plays Alex’s best friend Tom, has some ideas for the second season.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month but this year, it’s important to recognize that individuals who are diabetic can suffer more severe complications from COVID-19, like Jenna Warren, a Canadian actor who can be seen on Netflix’s Grand Army.
As news of Alex Trebek’s death spread around the world, Jeopardy! fans quickly started sharing how much the legendary, Canadian television host meant to them, including contestant on the show, Burt Thakur.
After the news of Alex Trebek’s passing broke, Canadians quickly took to social media to remember the Jeopardy! host and extend their condolences.
Juliet Landau, who played the ultimate vampire villain Drusilla in 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer,' in making her feature film directorial debut with 'A Place Among the Dead.'
Fin Argus, the star of the new Disney+ film Clouds, had a personal connection to playing Zach Sobiech, an American teen who died from a rare bone cancer shortly after becoming a viral music sensation.