If you notice a strange sensation while walking along Queen Street in Toronto this month, don’t be alarmed, it’s probably just The Force.
I’ve been back in Toronto for a few days now, but it still feels like I’m just getting back into my normal rhythm, but that’s probably because I was out of town for so long.
Like the holiday season, the lead-up to the Toronto International Film Festival seems to start earlier and earlier if you’re a journalist in Toronto.
Cîroc Ultra Premium celebrated their official launch in Canada today with a big party at Toronto’s Cabana Pool Bar, and to mark the occasion they also debuted a limited edition collaboration with footwear designers Sully Wong.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. held its Canadian theatrical premiere in Toronto on Tuesday evening this week, with all four stars–Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, Alicia Vikander, and Elizabeth Debicki–showing up at the Shangri-La Toronto for a special pre-screening reception, presented by Audi, followed by a red carpet at the Scotiabank Theatre.
Bill Burr, Craig Ferguson, Trevor Noah, Hannibal Buress, John Mulaney, Chris Hardwick, and Miranda Sings will be coming to Toronto from September 24 to October 3 for the fourth annual JFL42 Festival, headlining the festival at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, and that’s just the tip of the comedic iceberg as the festival has over 100 shows scheduled this year.
If you’ve always wanted to be in the same room as Jake Gyllenhaal and Rachel McAdams, have we got a giveaway for you. The GATE and Entertainment One are giving away five double passes to attend the Canadian premiere of Southpaw this Thursday, July 9 in Toronto. Southpaw opens in theatres on July 24, 2015.
Do you love film? The Toronto International Film Festival celebrates 40 years in 2015, and they’re looking for passionate film lovers to volunteer and help make this another spectacular year at the festival.
As someone who has lived in hotels, sometimes for years at a time, and has written innumerable articles on hotels of all varieties, many for The GATE, be they old and historic, small boutique hotels or brand new hotels–but one kind of temporary visitors residence I have never had the occasion to visit was an athletes’ village like those constructed for Olympic Games or Pan Am Games–until now.