Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Kristen Wiig cast as Wonder Woman villain Cheetah

Kristen Wiig will play a villain in the next Wonder Woman film. http://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/kristen-wiig-wonder-woman-1.4571065?cmp=rss

Language barrier: Why some of Canada’s diverse filmmakers are shut out of funding

The most nominated film at this year's Canadian Screen Awards — Ava — couldn't get funding from the federal film agency that...

Once Upon A Time actor speaks publicly, denies 10-year-old sexual harassment allegations

A Vancouver-based actor, filmmaker and director who stepped down last month from the arts school he co-founded, amid allegations of sexual harassment,...

Bill Cosby’s TV show daughter recalls his ‘sinister’ energy

Lisa Bonet has broken her silence about her former TV father Bill Cosby, saying she isn't surprised he's facing sexual misconduct allegations...

Barack and Michelle Obama reported to be in talks for Netflix show

Barack Obama and Netflix reportedly are negotiating a deal for the former president and his wife, Michelle, to produce shows exclusively for...

When you upload that cover song or wedding video, Facebook pays up for the...

Facebook has signed an agreement with Warner Music Group that allows users to include Warner’s recorded music in messages and posts on...

Miyubi wins best interactive experience at Canadian Screen Awards

A virtual reality scripted comedy film featuring Jeff Goldblum was among the winners on the third of several nights for the Canadian...

Black Panther star says he’ll adopt inclusion riders

Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan says that he will adopt inclusion riders for all projects produced by his production company. http://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/michael-b-jordan-inclusion-riders-1.4569085?cmp=rss

Canada’s entertainment industry releases collective code of conduct

Canadian entertainment organizations have responded to the recent flood of sexual misconduct allegations with a new collective code of conduct that is...

How the world celebrated International Women’s Day

A boxing Barbie doll, 'suffragette' flashmob and Wikipedia edit-a-thon were among a host of quirky initiatives aimed at highlighting gender inequalities and...