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  • Why Star Trek: Discovery is a betrayal to the franchise

    Why Star Trek: Discovery is a betrayal to the franchise

    Calum Marsh: When you watch Discovery, you enter a strange frontier of reckless planning, arbitrary motivation and ludicrous conduct. You will gaze into a galaxy of creative stupefaction
  • Hollywood North: Littlefinger searches for UFOs in Vancouver

    Hollywood North: Littlefinger searches for UFOs in Vancouver

    Irish actor Aidan Gillen, best known for playing the conniving Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish on Game of Thrones, will star as a UFO investigator in the TV drama Blue Book that begins shooting in Vancouver next month. The show, which has Oscar-winning director Robert Zemeckis serving as executive producer, chronicles the real top secret United States Air […]
  • Why Magnum, P.I. is better than your favourite prestige TV series

    Why Magnum, P.I. is better than your favourite prestige TV series

    Mallory Andrews: Because the problem with unpredictability as a trope is that it becomes predictable, and predictable unpredictability has a short shelf life
  • Online dating offers many colourful and amusing stories for filmmaker's web series

    Online dating offers many colourful and amusing stories for filmmaker's web series

    While she was busy online dating Brianne Nord-Stewart couldn’t help but think that her first dates were great fodder for her budding film career. According to the online dating site eHarmony, a quarter of all Canadians aged 18 to 34 that have tried online dating. However, Nord-Stewart managed to turn a multitude of mismatches into […]
  • How a show rooted in authenticity deals with the Louis C.K. scandal

    How a show rooted in authenticity deals with the Louis C.K. scandal

    Sadaf Ahsan: Better Things proves that real life is far more complicated, difficult and frustrating than any derivative network television might have us believe
  • Vancouver-filmed 'Arrow' star Stephen Amell speaks out amid allegations against producer

    Vancouver-filmed 'Arrow' star Stephen Amell speaks out amid allegations against producer

    Canadian “Arrow” star Stephen Amell is offering to help “in any way, shape or form” as Warner Bros. Television Group investigates allegations of sexual harassment against an executive producer for a number of Vancouver-shot superhero shows. Andrew Kreisberg has been suspended from his work on “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” “The Flash” and “Legends of Tomorrow” amid accusations […]
  • Supergirl star responds to executive producer's sexual harassment suspension

    Supergirl star responds to executive producer's sexual harassment suspension

    Supergirl actress Melissa Benoist is calling for “safe, respectful and collaborative” work spaces amid allegations of sexual harassment on the Vancouver-filmed show. Andrew Kreisberg, an executive producer on CW shows Supergirl Arrow, The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow — all of which are filmed in whole or in part in British Columbia — was […]
  • What to watch on Netflix and CraveTV this week

    What to watch on Netflix and CraveTV this week

    Since he made his blood-spattered debut in the second season of Daredevil, Bernthal's Frank Castle has been long in the works for his own series
  • With a Twilight Zone reboot coming, what do we have to look forward to?

    With a Twilight Zone reboot coming, what do we have to look forward to?

    With the recent success of Black Mirror, the announcement that Jordan Peele and CBS are gearing up for a Twilight Zone reboot should come as no surprise
  • Photos: Fantastic cosplay at Fan Expo Vancouver

    Photos: Fantastic cosplay at Fan Expo Vancouver

    Fan Expo Vancouver, a three-day celebration of sci-fi, fantasy, horror, anime, comic books and all things nerdy, attracted some big-name talent and some well-dressed attendees. Henry Winkler (Happy Days), Brandon Routh (Superman Returns), Grant Gustin (The Flash) and Famke Janssen (X-Men) were among the guests who appeared at the pop culture festival held at the Vancouver […]
In this image released by Disney-Pixar, character Hector, voiced by Gael Garcia Bernal, left, and Miguel, voiced by Anthony Gonzalez, appear in a scene from the animated film, "Coco."
In 'Coco,' Pixar journeys to Mexico and beyond the grave
NEW YORK - Pixar films have never been shy about death. The "Toy Story" films are, in part, about mortality. The poetic highlight of "Up" is a wordless sequence of a spouse's passing. The Earth, itself, was left for dead i

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