Jesse Kinos-Goodin

Producer, CBC q

Jesse Kinos-Goodin is a Toronto-based journalist and digital producer for q. He can be found on Twitter @JesseKG or email jesse.kinos-goodin@cbc.ca

Latest from Jesse Kinos-Goodin

Game of Thrones visual effects team on darkness and bringing dragons to life

"If you believe the fire, you'll believe the dragon": Steve Kullback and Joe Bauer say of their approach.

'A giant among us': celebrities remember director John Singleton

Writer and director John Singleton, who has died at the age of 51, made an indelible mark on the industry, beginning in 1991 with his debut film, Boyz N the Hood.

Avengers: Endgame executive producer on its 1st openly gay character and a more diverse future

Avengers: Endgame features the first openly gay character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a move that is "incredibly important" to the franchise, says one of its executive producers.

Why Lil Nas X is putting the Old Town Road Billboard controversy behind him

"I didn't want it to get to that point where it was more popular because of controversy than the song itself," the 20-year-old rapper said in his first Canadian interview.
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Rapper Lil Nas X was removed from the country charts — can a Billy Ray Cyrus remix put him back?

‘Only Outlaws are outlawed,’ Cyrus wrote in support of the young rapper whose song, Old Town Road, was deemed not country enough.
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Kanye West's Sunday Service: has the rapper started a church?

Dubbed a 'healing experience' by Kim Kardashian, the event will make its way to Coachella for Easter Sunday.

From Avengers to Veep, 12 of the most buzzed-about things to watch this spring

From big blockbusters to highly-anticipated reboots, 12 things we’re excited to watch this spring.

'Boys have role models, why shouldn't we?' How female superheroes like Captain Marvel are filling a void

Studies show that a lack of female heroes has negative effects on young girls. Studios are finally fixing that
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Brie Larson wants to save her Captain Marvel press tour from being 'overwhelmingly white'

'I want to go out of my way to connect the dots,' she said of her effort to give more women and underrepresented critics access
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A firsthand account of the Beatles' final concert, 50 years ago today

'The day began without a sound check and ended with a soul check," said The Beatles' U.S. managerKen Mansfield
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Oscars 2019 odds: what film will win best picture?

Will A Star Is Born come up big? Will Roma herald in a new age of streaming dominance? Will Black Panther be the first superhero movie to win? We break down the frontrunners in this year's Oscar race.
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The last time the Oscars were hostless, things did not go well

30 years ago, a singing Rob Lowe and Snow White, along with dancing coconuts, marked a low point for the show.
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Have we hit peak cancel culture?

The culture of ‘cancelling’ problematic people and things hit its stride in 2018, with it's targets including Kanye West, Taylor Swift and Kevin Hart, but going up against Christmas songs proved to be its biggest challenge.
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'This can't go on too long:' Artists demand compensation as Fortnite takes their dances

Fortnite is one of the most profitable free games in history, and it makes its money off of charging players for things like dance moves, often taken from popular online memes.

Is this the beginning of an Adam Sandlerssance?

In 100% Fresh, Adam Sandler proves that he can still be funny as well as deliver heartfelt moments.