What happens when the curse of Polio strikes a young man, who has everything to live for, and leaves him paralyzed in an iron lung? In director Andy Serkis’ Breathe,…
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Saara Chaudry is just 13 years old, but she’s already got the charisma and intelligence of an actor twice her age, which might be why director Nora Twomey chose the young star to play Parvana in the animated adaptation of The Breadwinner.
Anne Winters surprised more than a few people when she dropped by The GATE’s Interview Lounge at TIFF 2017. Winters has stopped by to talk about the horror film Mom and Dad, but when I asked for a demo of her “horror movie scream” even I was surprised. Luckily no one called the cops on us.
Getting ready for a little speed. The Fate of the Furious is out now on Blu-ray, and The GATE is giving away five copies to fans who want to see Dom behind the wheel again.
Movie scores are magic. Most of the time, we only experience that spellbinding effect from the other end of a speaker, months or even years after the orchestra has recorded them. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone In Concert is one of those rare events though that brings the magic alive, pairing the movie that started the film franchise with a live orchestra playing John Williams’ beautiful score right in front of you.
Michael Rooker is a veteran actor with a pretty impressive resume. Born in 1955 in Jasper, Alabama he was 13 when his parents divorced and went with his mother to live in Chicago.
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…” It’s the start of many childhood dreams, especially for those of us born in the 70s who grew up in the midst of the original Star Wars films. The franchise inspired many of us, and gaming critic turned screenwriter Gary Whitta was no different, until he actually got a chance to contribute to the legendary stories with the screenplay for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Chris Evans might be recognized best as Marvel Superhero, Captain America, but the actor plays a different kind of hero in his new drama, Gifted.
Hailing from Toronto’s own Cabbagetown neighbourhood, I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Canadian film and television legend Ted Kotcheff. In these days of instant celebrity gained by many who have done absolutely nothing worth celebrating, it is wonderfully refreshing and gratifying to sit down with someone who not only had to fight his way up through the ranks but who actually blazed a number of original trails along the way.
What is it like becoming a Power Ranger? When I asked three of the stars of the Power Rangers how it felt to jump into the costumes, Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, and Ludi Lin, admitted that it hadn’t really started to sink in yet until they were promoting the film.