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X-Files production will return to Vancouver video
Production of The X-Files will return to Vancouver this summer, show stars David Duchovny and 'Smoking Man' William B. Davis have confirmed after much speculation.
The Sound of Music returns to theatres as movie industry seeks new money from old films video
When The Sound of Music premiered 50 years ago, many influential critics panned it. Now, it's a Hollywood classic with a score many people love and adore. But there’s another reason the film industry is increasingly fond of the film – the sound of money that can be made peddling old, digitally remastered films.
FILM REVIEW Home is 'worth a visit' video
Be prepared to be pleasantly surprised by the new animated comedy voiced by Rihanna and Jim Parsons, says CBC film critic Eli Glasner.
Photos Is One Direction's breakup inevitable? A brief history of boy bands
One Direction is at the height of its fame, so is Zayn Malik's sudden departure a signal of the British boy band's imminent breakup? Here's a look back at what happened to boy bands of the past.
Downton Abbey is done after Season 6, Carnival Films and ITV confirm
There will be no more Downton Abbey for fans of the popular period drama after the upcoming sixth season, the show's producers confirm.
Video Heartland closes out its 8th season with a CBC wedding video
CBC celebrated Heartland, currently its longest-running Canadian drama, with a wedding-themed celebration at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto.
Sam Taylor-Johnson, Fifty Shades of Grey director, quits the franchise
Sam Taylor-Johnson, the director of the hugely successful Fifty Shades of Grey movie, announced Wednesday that she won't return to direct the sequels.
Video Orange Is The New Black's Laverne Cox speaks to sold-out Ottawa crowd video
Laverne Cox, who has won widespread acclaim for her portrayal of a transgender character in Orange Is The New Black, spoke to a sold-out crowd in Ottawa Wednesday night.
Analysis Bill Browder's nasty glimpse into the black heart of Putin's Russia video
When Kremlin goons beat his lawyer to death in a prison hospital six years ago, Bill Browder was just a talented investor trying to make his fortune in the rock-and-roll stock markets of post-Soviet Russia. Now, he's a human rights crusader who is in Ottawa this week to ask countries like Canada to impose more sanctions on Russia.
The Unplugging sparks debate by casting non-aboriginal actors in indigenous roles
A play that has non-indigenous actors in roles of indigenous characters is creating controversy and discussion on social media amongst the theatre community across the country.