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'Tales From The Darkside' series revived?
Is it written somewhere in Hollywood that Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci must write/create EVERYTHING on every screen, large or small? With or without their pal J.J. Abrams, that's TV (Xena, Alias, Fringe, Hawaii 5-O, Sleepy Hollow) and movies (The Amazing Spider-Man sequels, Star Trek movies, Transformers, etc.). Now they're reportedly digging into the vault
Couple kicked out of first Grey Cup hotel finally finds place to stay
Jeff and Jacque Parker can finally cross ‘hotel room’ off their Grey Cup to-do list. The Saskatoon couple, who found out last month their hotel for Grey Cup weekend had been overbooked, finally found a place to stay Tuesday. “We were relieved. As of yesterday, we didn’t know what we were going to do,” said Jacque. The Parkers booked a room in the Super
DiCaprio Foundation donates $3 million to WWF
In a statement Wednesday, the actor and activist said he’s “hopeful” the money will help “exceed the goal” of doubling the tiger population that exists in Nepal now. The money will help build up anti-poaching patrols and protect and restore areas for them to breed and expand. The hope is to increase the number of tigers in Nepal by 2022, which is the Chinese
The Situation -- Target In Federal Felony Investigation
The Situation is on the wrong end of a massive Federal criminal investigation -- which is currently focusing on the "Jersey Shore" star's cash flow ... TMZ has learned. Sources tell us, Mike Sorrentino and his companies -- MPS Entertainment, Situation Productions, GTL Management, and his clothing line Situation Nation -- are at the center of the investigation
Anne Applebaum wins McGill University’s Cundill Prize
MONTREAL — Author Anne Applebaum has won the 2013 Cundill Prize in Historical Literature at McGill University for her book Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe 1944-1956. The prize money is $75,000 U.S., the most lucrative international prize for a work on history. Her book describes the circumstances that allowed Josef Stalin to convert a dozen
'Murdoch Mysteries' and 'Republic of Doyle' team up for crossover episodes
The crossover episode is one of those rare treats for true TV lovers. It's fun to see your favourite characters pop up on another show-even if the results don't always live up to expectations. Most crossovers start with a connection. Usually the characters all inhabit the same town or work environment. Even more important, they all appear on the same network
Paramore comes out swinging at Air Canada Centre
Paramore at the Air Canada Centre, Nov. 21, 2013 There just aren’t that many modern day rock chicks anymore who can really belt it out. So I applaud the arrival of Paramore’s Hayley Williams, a whirling dervish of a singer in a compact little body with a big voice and flaming red hair that she likes to whip around more than occasionally. Granted, Williams
Paramore at the Air Canada Centre, Toronto — Mega photo gallery
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Ron Burgundy's market takeover, plus more movie buzz
Originally published: November 19, 2013 5:30 PM Updated: November 20, 2013 2:37 PM By RAFER GUZMÁN email@example.com Photo credit: AP, 2004 | Will Ferrell as anchorman Ron Burgundy in "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy." THE DEAL The media and marketing campaign behind the sequel to Ferrell's 2004 comedy seems to be nearing "Transformers"
Stephen Harper: Charlie the chinchilla makes cameo on PM’s 2013 holiday card
The furry grey rodent was first introduced to Canadians on Harper’s Twitter stream in January. OTTAWA—There’s a strange interloper on Stephen Harper’s Christmas card this year, one sporting big ears, wide eyes and a long tail who looks right at home in the arms of the prime minister’s wife, Laureen. It’s not a kitten, a squirrel, an over-sized rat, a mini-kangaroo