This is it, friends in battle; Halo 5: Guardians is out there, ready to be played, and to give you a quick glimpse into the new Warzone multiplayer setup, I jumped in and tried out a few of my stellar moves so you can get even more pumped to kick some butt, or get your butt kicked.
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.
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.
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.
Don't be fooled by the cute factor--Fizz & Sprinklez are happily not kid friendly, but they're very, very funny.
The Toronto International Film Festival is always a wild adventure, and that adventure usually means that I don't have a lot of time to post things that I'm working on during the festival's run. The best I can often do is blog about whatever I can, and post videos and photos whenever time allows.
Actress Priyanka Chopra and first-time director Omung Kumar were in Toronto yesterday for the premiere of their film Mary Kom, based on the life of the legendary Indian boxer, whose real name is Mangte Chungneijang. After rushing from the airport to get to her press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival, the two sat down for interviews at the InterContinental Toronto to discuss why they made the film, and how they came to admire the Olympic medallist and five-time World Amateur Boxing champion.