William B. Davis is one of the most recognizable actors I have had the good fortune of interviewing. From his face to his distinct voice, Davis’ is unforgettable, and it’s largely thanks to the role that made him a star around the world–the very memorable Cigarette Smoking Man, or Cancer Man, in The X-Files series.
The Drake Hotel is celebrating summer with style as they launch their unique take on the traditional summer fairground on Queen Street West in Toronto. Dubbed Drakeland, the special summer-long event includes an art exhibit, hotel packages, parties, and a fresh menu to celebrate the season.
The Carlu in Toronto was glowing last night, thanks to some flashy wristbands, as guests and VIPs were treated to performers, artists, and music to promote the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy SIII, the company’s latest phone which became available today.
Queen Street West in Toronto was loud and crowded last night thanks to the thousands of fans who showed up at MuchMusic’s headquarters for the 2012 MuchMusic Video Awards, where pop stars LMFAO co-hosted the big night.
The 18th annual North by Northeast Music Festival and Conference will be bathing Toronto in musical goodness from June 11 to 17 at venues across the city, and The GATE is thrilled to be giving away 5-day wristbands to this year’s festival.
Wizard World Toronto Comic Con brought fans together over the weekend at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for two days of costumes, comic books, collectibles, and a chance to get up close and personal with a few stars, including the cast of the North American edition of Being Human, Jeri Ryan, Quantum Leap stars Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell, and Daniel Logan.
Serious geek royalty arrives in Toronto tomorrow, Saturday, April 14 and Sunday, April 15, to meet with fans as the Wizard World Toronto Comic Con takes over the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Call me lucky, but I am one of those guys who happens to have a lot in common with his wife. Planning our wedding day–together, I might remind you–we very rarely had differing opinions on what we wanted to do, and that included a the need to stop and get a few photos at the Royal Ontario Museum.
For many years, the Sutton Place Hotel was one of Toronto’s hottest properties, hosting a multitude of stars, celebrities, and special events. Personally, I can’t even guess how many hours I spent in the hotel for the annual Toronto International Film Festival, which held their press conferences on the second floor and essentially took over the building for two weeks.
Fanatical Fae fans in Toronto had a rare on-set experience last weekend as the stars of Showcase’s original series Lost Girl, including Anna Silk and Kris Holden-Ried, sat down for a Q&A with host and series writer Steve Cochrane.