Wednesday, May 22, 2019

⚓ ‘Get Out’ Surpasses ‘The Blair Witch Project’ as the Highest-Grossing Debut for Original...

Get Out is now the third-biggest R-rated horror film of all time, behind only Hannibal ($165 million in 2001) and The Exorcist ($232m including reissues).

‘GHOSTBUSTERS’ SEQUEL DIRECTOR JASON REITMAN’S DISMISSAL OF FEMALE-LED REBOOT SPARKS BACKLASH

Fans are growing increasingly excited over the upcoming “Ghostbusters” sequel

Academy Awards retains PricewaterhouseCoopers despite Best Picture mix-up

After the biggest flub in Oscars history saw La La Land wrongly named best picture, accounting firm in charge of balloting faces new backstage protocols

The ‘IT’ Movie Mansion Is Actually In Toronto For You To Visit … Just...

Did you know that Stephen King's super creepy clown thriller IT was filmed in Toronto?
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Every Single Trailer (So Far) for TIFF ’17

Get a head start by watching all the TIFF '17 film trailers released (so far).

Ontario Boosting Support for Thriving Arts and Culture Sector

Major Funding Increase Will Create Jobs and Strengthen Communities. Ontario is increasing funding to the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) to support the continued success of the province's thriving arts sector. 

Oscar Nominations: The 10 Biggest Snubs and Surprises

A great morning for Phantom Thread, a tough one for The Florida Project, and a truly baffling one for Jane Goodall.
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Reelworld Film Festival 2017 – Closing Night Interviews [VIDEO]

On Oct. 15th, eBOSS Canada attended the closing night of the 2017 Reelworld Film Festival - We were honoured to interview: SUSAN G. ENBERG, LOUIS KNAPAYSWEER, JESSE WENTE and TONYA WILLIAMS

NAFTA REPLACEMENT DEAL A WIN FOR CANADIAN PERFORMERS: ACTRA

ACTRA is pleased the federal government stood by its commitment to protect Canadian culture and cultural industries by incorporating and strengthening the cultural exemption in the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA, formerly NAFTA).

CANADIANS PAUL MASSEY AND DOMEE SHI WIN OSCARS FOR ‘BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY,’ ‘BAO’

Toronto-raised director Domee Shi pumped up her fellow "nerdy" artists on Sunday as she won her first-ever Oscar for the animated dumpling tale "Bao"

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