Life with kids is always interesting, and in CTV’s new comedy Children Ruin Everything, stars Meaghan Rath and Aaron Abrams play a couple who are trying to find that balance between being adults, and being parents.
In the second episode of The GATE’s Media Box podcast, co-writers and co-directors Adam Goldberg and Seth Rogen talk about their new film, This Is The End; a look at what new shows are coming to television this fall; reviews of This Is The End, plus Oz the Great and Powerful and House of Cards on Blu-ray; an interview with Craig Olejnik and Ennis Esmer for the fourth season of The Listener; and ahead of North by Northeast this week in Toronto, an interview with director Jon Brewer for his documentary, B.B. King: The Life of Riley.
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.
Four couples and a threesome explore love and sex in one of the most talked about movies of the year: Young People F**king.
Earlier today I had the chance to interview some of the cast, and the writer and director, of Young People Fucking. The romantic comedy, which opened this year’s Canada First! program at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival, follows one night with four couples, and one unique threesome.