• Palm trees, vintage cars as Ryan Reynolds’ film set takes over Montreal street
    A section of Montreal's Ste-Catherine Street East was transformed into 1980s San Diego over the weekend for the shooting of a action adventure film starring Ryan Reynolds.
    May 7
  • Trump campaign threatens to sue ‘The Apprentice’ film, director shrugs it off
    'Everybody talks about him suing a lot of people — they don’t talk about his success rate, though,' filmmaker Ali Abbasi said of Donald Trump.
    May 21
  • Police investigating overnight arson at movie theatre in Scarborough
    Toronto police say a container of gasoline was located at the scene of the fire, which occurred at a retail complex early Sunday morning.
    May 12
  • Titanic, PCP and chowder: New details about drugging on 1996 film set in Halifax revealed
    More information has been revealed in a police report looking into how the Titanic film crew was served chowder laced with a hallucinogenic drug in Nova Scotia in 1996.
    May 2
  • ‘Humane’: Caitlin Cronenberg’s debut movie breaks the family mould
    This film about euthanasia and the climate crisis isn't trying to be like something you've seen from David or Brandon Cronenberg.
    Apr 26
  • ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’: Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman battle in new trailer
    Numerous F-bombs and a painful claws-to-the-groin moment happen within the first minute of the 'Deadpool & Wolverine' trailer.
    Apr 22
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  • Multiple crew members injured on set of Eddie Murphy movie ‘The Pickup’
    A spokesperson for Amazon Studios said the sequence was rehearsed, and all safety precautions were taken during filming.
    Apr 24
  • Curtain call for Binning family ownership of the Lethbridge Movie Mill
    The theatre has been a fixture in Lethbridge, Alta., since 1994, opening on the promise of movies at a reasonable price.
    Apr 19
  • Empty lot in Winnipeg neighbourhood to be hub of summer activity
    'We're looking at doing farmers markets, and movie nights. It's (also) a great place to come sit and have lunch. We're just basically making it useable and accessible.'
    May 13
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  • Man facing charges after alleged afterhours Greater Toronto Area theatre shootings
    Police say a 27-year-old man has been charged after a series of alleged overnight shootings at four movie theatres across the Greater Toronto Area. 
    May 3
  • ‘Rust’ movie armorer sentenced to 18 months for fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin
    Hannah Gutierrez-Reed was convicted in March on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the death of 'Rust' cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
    Apr 15
  • Calgary-area veteran plays ‘very exciting’ role in new salute to Canadian soldiers
    Kurtis Sanheim portrayed the commanding officer in The Liberation Men, an independent Canadian movie shot in the Ottawa area.
    Apr 16
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  • Harvey Weinstein’s rape conviction overturned from #MeToo trial
    New York’s highest court overturned Harvey Weinstein’s 2020 rape conviction, finding the judge at the landmark #MeToo trial prejudiced the ex-movie mogul with improper rulings.
    Apr 25
  • Suspect uses movie prop money to buy item in Peterborough: police
    Police say a woman received a fake $50 bill after completing a buy-and-sell transaction. It was determined the bill was prop money used in movies.
    Apr 5
  • Environmental film to be shown to coincide with Earth Day in Guelph
    The Emmy-award winning documentary 'The Story of Plastic' will be playing at the Bookshelf Cinema on April 22. Local experts will take questions after the movie.
    Apr 17
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  • The ‘Titanic’ door, dividing fans for years, fetches hefty sum at auction
    Could Jack have fit on the door? Now, one lucky theorist will be able to try out all the possible scenarios debated by 'Titanic' fans.
    Mar 26
  • Actor from Samson Cree Nation bares all in directorial debut ‘Hey, Viktor!’
    The actor from Samson Cree Nation speaks about his directorial debut, "Hey Viktor!", which opens in theatres on Friday.
    Mar 14
  • ‘It’s bittersweet’: Video rental store to shut its doors after 40 years in business
    For years, the small mom-and-pop shop provided a place for families and movie buffs to peruse the aisles searching for the perfect Friday night flick.
    Mar 16
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  • ‘Rust’ armorer convicted of involuntary manslaughter in fatal movie set shooting
    The verdict against movie armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed assigned new blame in the October 2021 shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
    Mar 6
  • More ServiceOntario locations potentially moving to retail stores after Staples deal
    The Ministry of Public and Business Service Delivery has posted a request for qualifications looking for 'retailers of all sizes' that might want to host ServiceOntario locations.
    May 16
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