Since opening in June the Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort has been a hot topic. Staff writer Christopher Heard initially wrote about the experience when the facilities debuted to the media, but since then it seems people want to know more about what the hotel has to offer. With that in mind I recently took a weekend trip through the Niagara region – ending with a stay at the Fallsview that I must admit, impressed me in almost every way. It’s inevitably a great trip for anyone looking to gamble a bit, see the scenery, and enjoy one of the nicest areas in Southern Ontario.
Mission: Impossible 3 has seen some ups and downs over the last year and as a result it now looks like the mission to make the film may be more impossible that previously thought. For Paramount that could have been bad news, but as it turns out some little green men are coming to save the day!
In less than a month Toronto will heat up with some of the biggest names in the movie business as the Toronto International Film Festival unspools films of all shapes and sizes.
She’s vibrant, beautiful, sweet and soulful, and her name is Donna Ferra. Hailing originally from Thornbury, Ontario, but currently residing in Toronto, Donna is the kind of rising star that captures the attention of the music industry and runs with it, thanks to both her charm and amazing voice.
Debuting on Sunday, January 23rd on CTV, Instant Star is a music-meets-drama series about 15-year-old Jude Harrison, played by Alexz Johnson, who just won a reality show to become the next big Canadian music star.
The MuchMusic Video Awards took over MuchMusic at the corner of Queen and John in Toronto for one of the biggest parties of the year featuring Finger Eleven, Evanescence, Kanye West, Simple Plan, and many others.
As if guys needed another reason to drink beer, play with cool gadgets and look at pretty girls… but, then again, there’s something to be said for bringing a whole bunch of companies together to pitch their wares specifically for guys.
After unspooling 339 films, which included 63 world premieres and 104 North American premieres, over 10 days, the 28th Toronto International Film Festival has faded to black – wrapping up yesterday with its annual Awards Brunch.
Name dropping – it’s one of the finest sports in the entertainment business, and today the Toronto International Film Festival dropped an orgy of big-name celebrities who are attending this year’s festival.
With a series of Biblical-like disasters behind the city, it’s almost amazing that Toronto is still standing. But, with Tuesday’s announcement for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (which runs between September 4th to 13th), it’s time to put all that behind us and enjoy the barrage of films and movie stars who will descend on our city.