Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Hollywood Producer Explains The ‘Inhumane’ 17-Hour Work Day Schedules On Film And TV Sets

Hollywood producer Gavin Polone has always wondered how grueling, 17-hour-day production schedules affect below-the-line workers—the camera crew, makeup artists, craft services people, etc.

Howie Mandel, Russell Peters join Just For Laughs as festival unveils more acts

The comedy festival said today that Ken Jeong, Iliza, Kenya Barris, Maria Bamford and Roy Wood Jr. will also join previously announced performers including Kevin Hart and Trevor Noah.

Burton Cummings recovering from several injuries suffered in L.A. car crash

The Winnipeg rocker and former frontman for the Guess Who writes that he was struck by a driver who ran a red light and that there were five people in the other car, including a baby.


Margot Kidder was best known for playing Lois Lane opposite Christopher Reeve in the “Superman” films of the 1970s and 1980s,

Deadpool creator cried while watching the sequel

Liefeld admitted he “wiped tears away as fast as [he] could before the lights came up” because he “couldn’t have everyone going ‘Why is Liefeld crying over Deadpool 2?'”

Christie’s releases Chagall piece back to National Gallery

The National Gallery of Canada has avoided a potentially hefty penalty for taking a Marc Chagall painting off the auction block, thanks to an anonymous donor.

Alan Thicke’s widow accuses stepsons of withholding inheritance

Singer Robin Thicke and his brother have been accused of withholding the inheritance payout owed to their stepmother following the death of their famous father, Alan.


Kiefer Sutherland‘s Designated Survivor will not be returning following its second season despite ABC’s previous search for a new showrunner.

Update on the Berti Marques Case

It was through the media that the National Circus School learned that one of its teachers had been arrested on Thursday, May 10, and charged with criminal acts of a sexual nature allegedly perpetrated against a former student.

Denis Villeneuve says he’ll ‘fight for filmmakers’ on Cannes jury

The sole Canadian member of the Palme d’Or jury panel at the Cannes Film Festival, wants to be an advocate for cinema and its makers.