Ron Clements and John Musker have worked together over a span of more than 30 years, starting off co-directing The Great Mouse Detective, which debuted in 1986, before moving on to create two of Disney's biggest films: The Little Mermaid, and Aladdin. From that work, they went on to create Hercules, Treasure Planet, the very charming The Princess and the Frog, and most recently, the Oscar-nominated Moana.
Lego debuts Silent Mary ghost ship & BrickHeadz from ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’
Ready, Pirates of the Caribbean and Lego fans? This past weekend, during the NYC Toy Fair, Lego debuted the new Silent Mary ghost ship from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, including a look at the new BrickHeadz of Captain Jack Sparrow and Captain Armando Salazar. The ship features an impressive 2,294 pieces, includes eight minifigures, and will retail for $249.99 Canadian.
How do you negotiate a hostage situation, and control a situation that could go in any direction? In Global's Ransom, Luke Roberts stars as Eric Beaumont, a negotiator working with a team of experts to handle delicate situations, including kidnapping.
Beauty and the Beast opens in theatres on March 17, but well ahead of the premiere, Walt Disney has created a special sneak peek of the film at Casa Loma in Toronto, and it's open all Family Day long weekend for fans to get in the spirit of the new live action film.
This week's excitement started with the media preview for the Canadian International AutoShow at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The AutoShow opened for the public yesterday, and it's bound to be another big year for the event--there's a lot to see and do: classic cars, concepts, prototypes, and new vehicles that are either coming out, or making their way to market late this year.
Sloths, birds, Komodo dragons, lizards, and penguins, oh my! BBC Earth has arrived in Canada, and to mark its debut, the channel hosted a special premiere screening of Planet Earth II last night in Toronto at the Royal Ontario Museum with a few special guests, including series producer Elizabeth White, AsapSCIENCE hosts Mitchell Moffit and Greg Brown, and the ROM's managing director, Centre of Discovery of Biodiversity, Dave Ireland.
Caroline Dhavernas, of Hannibal fame, stars in the new Global drama, Mary Kills People, about an ER doctor who spends her "spare time" helping terminal patients die with dignity.
Director Adam Smith sat down with me during the Toronto International Film Festival to talk about his film Trespass Against Us which stars Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson as a son and his father who live on the fringes of society, and are spiraling apart from each other as the police start to hunt them for recent high-end thefts.
Canadian television has been very strong for well over a decade now, but the last couple of years have definitely been a peak, and 2017 starts with no less than four great new series: Pure on CBC, Mary Kills People and Ransom on Global, and Cardinal on CTV.