Looking into the future of music distribution offers a pretty clear vision of the next trend that will change the face of the industry–and how we listen to music–and it’s called music in the cloud, or cloud music.
In the spring of 2004, 21-year-old Lara Roxx left her hometown of Montreal and headed to L.A to try to make tons of cash in the adult entertainment industry. Within two months of working in this industry she contracted the most virulent form of HIV while performing sex in front of the camera. Inside Lara Roxx, a documentary premiering at this year’s Hot Docs film festival in Toronto, is about the adult movie industry and its impact on a young life.
The buzz has been tremendous, and tomorrow is the big day when Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton get married at Westminster Abbey.
What happens when three guys live together, work together, and party as much as possible the whole time? That’s the premise behind the stoner comedy Workaholics from the comedy troupe Mail Order Comedy and Scrubs executive producer Kevin Etten.
If bravery is judged by a person’s sheer willingness to go up against any obstacle and fall flat on their face, then the contestants of Wipeout Canada must be some of the bravest people in the country. Either that, or they simply haven’t watched Wipeout before.
What would you do if you could hear what people around you were thinking? Would you consider it a gift, or a curse?
Returning for its second season on CTV, The Listener stars Craig Olejnik as Toby Logan, a hero-in-training who has come to accept that he can read people’s minds.
Twenty-four-year-old Canadian model and actress Jayde Nicole has come a long way in five years. Rising to fame as the Playboy Playmate of the Year in 2008, Jayde has been turning heads for Hugh Hefner’s famed magazine ever since she first appeared as the Playboy Playmate of the Month in January 2007, but that was only the first step for the beautiful brunette who would go on to greater fame thanks to her role on the Los Angeles-based series known as The Hills.
Roger Corman’s Death Race 2000 introduced the race car driver known as Frankenstein to the world of cinema all the way back in 1975, but we really didn’t know much about the character, or the history of the Death Race, or at least we didn’t, until now.
Robin Dunne obviously loves his job.
The enthusiastic actor plays forensic psychiatrist Dr. Will Zimmerman opposite Amanda Tapping on the Canadian sci-fi series Sanctuary, which is currently airing its third season on Space, and he can’t say enough about the show, the passionate fans, his co-stars, or what it’s like to be a part of the Sanctuary family.
Toronto may get a lot of on-screen time, thanks to the Hollywood productions that are often filmed here, but it’s not very often that the city gets to play itself.
Writer and director Edgar Wright went against the flow though, taking on the big screen adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Toronto-centric graphic novel, Scott Pilgrim, which gives our fair city a unique starring role for a change in one of the coolest comic book adaptations of the year.