Amanda Kramer’s movie Please Baby Please, starring Andrea Riseborough, Harry Melling and Demi Moore exemplifies the phenomenon of creating a new, imaginative world.
Will Smith's Bad Boys 2, Fast & Furious, Bridesmaids, Sleepless in Seattle, Reservoir Dogs and The Little Rascals will leave Netflix Canada in December.
As Leighton (Renee Rapp) continues to explore her sexuality in The Sex Lives of College Girls, the show's stars reveal their moments of "sexual awakening."
“If you're expecting a reboot or a remake, it's not that,” Canadian actor Percy Hynes White, who plays Wednesday's (Jenna Ortega) schoolmate Xavier said.
'Strange World' stars Gabrielle Union, Jaboukie Young-White, Jake Gyllenhaal and Dennis Quaid celebrated Disney expanding its horizons for adventure tales.
Sally El Hosaini told the story of how Yusra Mardini and her sister fled war-torn Syria and made it to the Olympics in The Swimmers on Netflix Nov. 23.
Canadian writer/director Renuka Jeyapalan explores a one-night romance in Stay the Night, with Kim's Convenience star Andrea Bang and Joe Scarpellino.
Grammy-nominated Matt Stawski, who created music videos from CeeLo Green, Snoop Dogg & Paramore stepped into Blue's Big City Adventure (streaming on Paramount).
For the new cast members to the Enchanted/Disenchanted world, like Maya Rudolph and Yvette Nicole Brown, being part of this film was a dream come true.
The Menu, starring Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult, takes the concept of a food snob to the extremes.
Mindy Kaling's series The Sex Lives of College Girls is back for Season 2 and continues to be the funniest, most real show about college life for women.
Award-winning Canadian, Toronto-based TV show Sort Of is back with Season 2 (premiering Nov. 15 on CBC TV and CBC Gem, Dec. 1 on HBO Max in the U.S.).
The Prime Video film Sugar is inspired by the story of two Canadian women, influencers, convicted of smuggling cocaine into Australia on a cruise ship.
Sylvester Stallone appeared at the Canadian premiere of his new show Tulsa King on Paramount+ (premiering Nov. 13), his first foray into television.
Manifest West is a family affair, co-written and directed by Mel Gibson’s son Louie Gibson, starring his brother Milo Gibson and wife Annet Mahendru.
Famous Canadian YouTube star Elle Mills has premiered her short film REPLY, available on Creator+, starring Ciara Riley Wilson and Ava Capri.
Lindsay Lohan is back on our screens in the Netflix Christmas movie Falling for Christmas, also starring Chord Overstreet and featuring her sister Aliana Lohan.
Netflix "The Crown" Season 5 stars Imelda Staunton who plays Queen Elizabeth II and Jonathan Pryce who plays Prince Philip reveal how they hope people react to the show, following Her Majesty’s death.
Criticism continues to face Netflix "The Crown" Season 5, starring Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, and Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret.
Shantaram star Charlie Hunnam and his co-stars in the AppleTV+ show comment on some assessments that this is a “white saviour story.”
Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, on The Roku Channel, one of the funniest and fun movie’s we’ve seen and Daniel Radcliffe revealed his role had more interest than Harry Potter.
Justin Theroux and Melissa George are back for Season 2 of The Mosquito Coast on AppleTV+ and we finally getting details on why the Fox family is on the run.
Netflix's Buying Beverly Hills, is like Succession meets Selling Sunset, following Mauricio Umansky, husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards, and his daughters Alexia and Farrah.
Horror anthology series V/H/S takes you back to Y2K nostalgia with V/H/S/99 on Shudder, and the best of the “found footage” comes from filmmaker Maggie Levin’s “Shredding” segment, starring Canadian Verona Blue.
Leonardo DiCaprio's "Catch Me If You Can" and "Shutter Island," "Superbad," "The Hurt Locker" and the "Downtown Abbey" will be removed from Netflix Canada in November.