Friday, June 13, 2014 on The Morning Show
STEPHEN BALDWIN – American actor Stephen Baldwin joins the conversation on the national edition of The Morning Show. He is in Toronto to promote his new film 2047: Sights of Death. The movie features a showdown between the Confederate Central Government and the Green War organization to see if what is left of the world can be saved.
WOLFCOP – The Morning Show takes a look at the new film Wolfcop. The Canadian horror flick was filmed in Regina, Saskatchewan with the plot revolving around an alcoholic small town cop who transforms into a werewolf after being cursed. The movie is directed by Lowell Dean.
JOSH LEVI – American singer, songwriter, dancer and actor Josh Levi began singing at the age of five. He has since appeared on a number of television shows and has worked in films. He competed in season 3 of X Factor. Josh continues to build his fan base with LeviNation. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL – Cristiano de Florentiis is the co-founder and artistic director of the Italian Contemporary Film Festival. The ICFF is the only Italian Film Festival in Canada and showcases contemporary cinema of Italian origin from all over the world. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
SPA MY BLEND – Clarins heiress, entrepreneur and socialite Prisca Courtin-Clarinsjoins us in-studio to discuss the Spa My Blend by Clarins which is located in the Ritz Carlton. She believes your beauty regime should only takes 30 seconds and she has also developed a new concept around called “Spa & Lunch.” TORONTO SHOW ONLY
SUMMER TOYS – Ryan Carr from Mastermind Toys showcases some of the top toys for the summer. From a giant jax game to an aquapod bottle rocket, there’s something for every child at a reasonable price. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
ONTARIO ELECTION PANEL – The West Block’s Tom Clark, Queen’s Park reporter Alan Carter and Wilfred Laurier University professor Barry Kay break down the results of the Ontario election. Ontario’s Liberals have managed to pluck out a majority in an election where few pundits were willing to predict a result. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
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