Funny guy Eugene Levy has been tapped to host CTV’s 2007 Canada’s Walk of Fame event, to be held on …
Check out photos from Fall Out Boy’s visit to MTV Live in Toronto.
The All American Rejects performed at The Docks in Toronto on November 7, and photographer Arthur “Banxter” Mola was there for The GATE to grab some photos.
So today was an interesting day if nothing else because of one thing: I attended my first geek convention. The …
You’ve got to love all the films that descend upon Toronto and end up transforming the scenes into whole other cities. Take Chicago for example – the film which was shot here to resemble, well, Chicago.
These are kinda late, but finally wanted to pass on a few more shots I took over the Celebrate Toronto …
This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to the people who attend every year, but it’s looking like yet another banner year for the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival which announced on Tuesday that it will host the North American premier of Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Babel.
Since 2001 J.R.R. Tolkien‘s epic The Lord of the Rings has been a hot topic from one side of the world to the other. Peter Jackson’s gigantic trilogy certainly had a lot to do with the renewed interest, but that interest has been sustained far longer than your average film. Then again, this isn’t just any story – this is one of the English language’s most compelling tales, and so it only makes sense that someone should endeavor to take that story even further.
That someone happens to be England’s own Kevin Wallace.
There is something truly fickle about fame and celebrity, especially in this era of wildly out of control celebrity worship. And don’t get me wrong, I am as much a participant in this as anyone (I’ll admit right here and now that I did indeed buy a copy of the new Vogue for Men when it premiered last week).
Traditionally, the first weekend of the film festival are the days that are the most top heavy in terms of stars and filmmakers coming into town to make the scene and showcase their films.