From character development and brainstorming to bringing it to the stage, the region’s next wave of performing artists were looking to hone their skills last week during the aptly named Triple Threat Camp through Candlewick Productions.“I’m very excited for the kids,” Candlewick’s Richard Klassen said. “They’ve worked really hard this week. When yo
Fences co-stars Viola Davis and Denzel Washington are leading the early Oscars buzz after topping awards show odds site GoldDerby.com's earliest ever lists.
Reese Witherspoon is "thinking about" making another Legally Blonde.
Britney Spears wants to have three more children.
The home invasion thriller Don’t Breathe might just be the first movie of the year that’ll make you want to do exactly what the title says.
Actress Courteney Cox has learned to "just let it be" when it comes to beauty and aging in Hollywood.
Is there anything more Canadian than the vacation the Tragically Hip are on right now?
Ariana Grande is being sued for allegedly ripping off a pre-existing track for her hit One Last Time.
The stars will be shining bright at the 41st edition of the Toronto International Film Festival next month.
Actor Dennis Quaid has moved on from his broken marriage with a woman 32 years his junior.
Chris Rock and Malaak Compton-Rock have reportedly finalized their divorce.
Here's a prophecy: Canada is about rage again.
Joni Mitchell has made her first public appearance since suffering a brain aneurysm last year.
If you didn’t get it before, you probably do now, this whole celebration of The Tragically Hip thing that the rest of the country’s been busy doing all summer.
“No dress rehearsal, this is our life.”
Another member of Celine Dion's family is battling cancer, the same disease her late father, brother and husband suffered.
“It can’t get much worse than this except if somebody dies,” notorious Bachelorette Ashley Iaconetti said during her return to Bachelor in Paradise this week.
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Microsoft’s updated video game console a huge leap forward for gamers and cinephiles alike