Music drifted across the sun-drenched grounds at WayHome Music Festival when I sat down to speak with Josh Ward and Phil Maloney of Hey Rosetta! earlier this summer. The crowds were building as some of the festival's big acts prepared to perform, and ahead of the band's own performance, Ward and Maloney sat down at the Samsung Canada pop-up to speak about Hey Rosetta!'s long tour schedule, coffee, and what Newfoundland means to them.
Are you ready for the finale of Killjoys on Space this Friday, August 21? If not, how about a little interview with the show's trio of stars to get you ready?
The future may be amazing in Disney's Tomorrowland, but even a shiny future needs a few good men, and that's where Matthew MacCaull comes in. In Tomorrowland, MacCaull plays Dave Clark, a government agent tasked with protecting the secrets of the place known as Tomorrowland, which seems to have a few threats.
Charlotte Sullivan and Matt Gordon play serious roles on Rookie Blue, but as we've seen before, their chemistry off-screen is a little more relaxed, and a lot zanier.
During the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, director Lindsay Mackay and actress Julia Sarah Stone sat down with me to talk about their perfect indie film, Wet Bum. At the time, it was my favorite film that I had screened around the start of TIFF, and all these months later is still stands up as one of the best Canadian films to come along in a while.
The stars of Disneynature's Monkey Kingdom might not have been available to chat about their big film this Earth Day, but last week there was a great opportunity to talk about the toque macaque monkeys with Maria Franke, the Toronto Zoo's Curator of Mammals.
The third season of House of Cards debuted on Netflix a few weeks ago, and once again it has fans talking about their favorite characters, and the plight of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), and his friends and enemies. Among that group of politicians and those stuck between politicians, some characters fall into a grey zone of intentions, even between villain and anti-hero, including Remy Danton, played by Mahershala Ali, who is now the White House Chief of Staff in season three.
Bitten fans, we're chatting with actor Sean Rogerson tomorrow, and you're invited to watch. Catch the interview right here on this page on Tuesday, March 31 at 1:00 PM (ET), or join in on the chat on our Hangout, where you can submit questions.
Rachel Skarsten is one of the kindest, smartest and most interesting people I've been lucky enough to interview. When I recently spoke to her over Skype from her home in Los Angeles, she was relaxed and very, very funny.