2019 was an amazing year of online entertainment. We saw so many great new memes, viral videos from communities like TikTok, the final season of Game of Thrones, and some interesting new technology like the Tesla Cybertruck. With all of that excitement in 2019, let’s take a look at some online trends that Canadians were… Continue reading Online Entertainment in Canada: What’s popular?
Michael Musto says, “If there’s ever a museum for gay comic/actors navigating their way through show biz, Jason Stuart would have to curate it”. Everybody who knows Jason, knows he is hilarious, but not everybody knows that he has been a true pioneer in the worlds of stand-up and LGBTQ representation. And now, as it turns… Continue reading Jason Stuart: SHUT UP, I’M TALKING! A true Survivor in Hollywood BOOK REVIEW by Marshall Kruger 091619
So I watched The Bells. Frankly it’s been the best episode of this last season. Even though it fails in so many ways; it was engrossing. They really needed at least eight episodes this season. While I get budget and logistic challenges; we simply needed more of the stories fleshed out. It feels like someone… Continue reading Game of Thrones Review Ep 5 S8 w Spoilers Tres 911 051319
A lot can be said about online entertainment around the world in 2019, as it continues to impress and improve in both quality and popularity at a rapid rate. Online entertainment is without doubt the number one source of entertainment in many countries around the world, one being Canada, where people have taken to it… Continue reading Best Canadian Online Entertainment in 2019
TORONTO, ONTARIO, May 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Economic data released today shows the financial impact HBO’s upcoming Fahrenheit 451 had on the province of Ontario. Over the course of filming, the production hired 1,700 Canadian cast, crew, and extras, spending more than $9.6M on local wages. Starring Michael B. Jordan, Michael Shannon, Sofia Boutella and… Continue reading HBO Fahrenheit 451 Toronto Shoot Equals CASH for Toronto – 051618
Cornwall Ontario – So you’re a big star shooting on a film set. The Assistant Director calls on you to come to the set to shoot your first scene of the day. You say that you won’t come out unless they crawl under the blanket with you and give you kisses and cuddles. That’s it.… Continue reading Will the #rosearmy Condemn Angelina Jolie & Other Women For Harveying? By Jamie Gilcig 101317
Cornwall Ontario – Oy gevalt! Such hypocrisy in Hollywood as the knives are out for legendary Producer Harvey Weinstein. I have no doubt about many of the allegations. Harvey is a total a hole. I have no doubt that he traded in the currency of the Entertainment Industry which since its inception has been a… Continue reading Insane Hypocrisy Over Weinstein Allegations Outs the Wimps by Jamie Gilcig 101017
Cornwall Ontario – Is there anything cooler than going to an 80’s vintage ratty theatre that has a full house with a chick from Maine who’s really hot and has lovely inner thighs? Well there is. Normally I’d write a review of IT, but sadly Cineplex Galaxy here in Cornwall doesn’t throw a bone… Continue reading IT Gets More Laughs Than Screams & Why Cineplex Is Failing by Jamie Gilcig 091217
Netflix has spent the past few years ramping up its production of original series and movies. As a result, we’ve been blessed with the likes of Jessica Jones and Daredevil; Grace And Frankie; I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore; Stranger Things; and House Of Cards. We’ve also had the displeasure of watching… Continue reading 5 Movies You Should Watch On Canadian Netflix 090817
Cornwall Ontario – Why do people in 2017, in particular women, shoot and share nude selfies? Why do they allow themselves to be video recorded performing sex acts? Why, if they choose to partake in such actions do they freak out when they go public when so many of these photos and videos… Continue reading Will Kym Marsh Sex Tape Help or Hurt Coronation Street Ratings? By Jamie Gilcig JUNE 11, 2017
Cornwall Ontario – Another black eye for Cornwall, and yet another sad miss in trying to rebuild a relationship with Hollywood star Ryan Gosling who grew up in the River City and got his big break by commuting to auditions in Montreal. La La Land, which has tied a record for Oscar Nominations has yet… Continue reading CBC Shows Lack of Culture in Cornwall Over La La Land Miss by Jamie Gilcig
For many years now, food chains have been looking to enhance their menus by jumping on the healthy food bandwagon, offering foods containing less fat, cholesterol and sodium. They do so in the hope of enhancing their sales through targeting a whole new audience, with an anti-obesity drive. The likes of global fast food chains… Continue reading Are TV Adverts Increasing Childhood Obesity?
CORNWALL ONTARIO – CBC TV Documentary is looking for Ryan Gosling Stories in Cornwall. Do you remember Ryan Gosling’s early years in Cornwall? If so an upcoming CBC Documentary Channel film could be interested in talking to you. The 35 year old movie star often references his formative years in Cornwall at times describing being… Continue reading Filmmaker Albert Nerenberg Wants to Talk to Cornwallites for Upcoming CBC Doc NOV 10, 2016
Akwesasne, NY — The Salmon River Girls Varsity Lacrosse Team and volunteers embarked on a trip to New York City, NY this morning for a special viewing of “Keepers of the Game.” The feature-length documentary about the girl’s lacrosse team is being premiered today at the Tribeca Film Festival and will provide the player’s with… Continue reading Akwesasne Girls Lacrosse Team to Big Apple for Doc Viewing at Tribeca Film Fest APRIL 19, 2016
Movie fans and celebrities from around the world will be looking forward to the up and coming Oscars, one of the biggest annual events on the movie industry calendar. This is the 88th Academy Awards and no doubt some of the biggest names in Hollywood will be present and will be hoping to walk away… Continue reading Who will Win at the 2016 Oscars?
That’s the big question after TAG Cornwall, which is the city’s public art gallery, a local charity that is about to celebrate its 30th anniversary in its current Pitt Street location. Gosling, who grew up in Cornwall before landing it big in Hollywood has shown that art and talent can emerge from the city.… Continue reading Will Ryan Gosling Help Save the Cornwall Ontario Public Art Gallery? JAN 24, 2016
Chris Rock, a very funny man, is being pressured to withdraw as host of the Oscars this year in protest of a lack of nominations for African American actors. In a gross trend of reverse discrimination it seems as though many are suggesting that race, colour, or gender should factor into choices made by Hollywood… Continue reading Oscars Should Not Be Handed Out Because of Race, Gender, or any Other Ism by Jamie Gilcig JAN 20, 2016
Cornwall Ontario – Barrie Wentzell has met and worked with almost every musical great during his stint with Melody Maker magazine in London from 1965-75. That time included working with David Bowie who passed away after a brave fight with Cancer. Wentzell recently visited Cornwall for a fund raising exhibit for its public art gallery… Continue reading Legendary Photographer Barrie Wentzell Talks David Bowie with CFN – Jan 11, 2016