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Former Blue Jay Chris Leroux Is The New Bachelor Canada

The W Network announced last evening that former Blue Jay farmhand Chris Leroux is the next star of Bachelor Canada.

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Will Tom Cruise’s Latest Film The Mummy Flop?

Every year studios try to win audiences over with new special effects laden films based on old ideas starring big names. One such film this year is The Mummy, a reboot of a long time successful franchise by Universal, which is supposed to be a lead in to a whole Dark Movie Universe franchise. And of course it has a big name star, this time around it’s Tom Cruise. It’s got the name, it’s got the actor, and it’s got the big budget, but will it be enough to win people over? Probably not, because Hollywood needs to face a few facts.

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Breaking Bad To Return As A Virtual Reality Experience

If you didn’t get enough of Walter White, Jesse Pinkman, and the rest of the Breaking Bad team as it aired over the course of 5 seasons and 62 episodes, you might just be in luck. The series could be returning in virtual reality.

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Wonder Woman And The Top Grossing Films Directed By A Woman

Wonder Woman opened to huge numbers this weekend, and its $100 million opening is the biggest ever by a female director. Director Patty Jenkins must be ecstatic. If it keeps up at this pace (and honestly the film is so good it probably will), it could very easily become the top grossing film ever directed by a woman. What is its competition you ask? Well let’s take a look.

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Spotify Predicts The Song Of Summer 2017

Every summer there are songs that define it. Music that brings back images of where you were and what you were doing when they were big. It’s a position musicians love, because it gives their music an immortality that can be at time hard to get. Predicting this music can be hard to do, but Spotify has taken it upon themselves to give it a try for the Summer of 2017.

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Jessica Chastain Call Cannes Films Representation of Women ‘Disturbing’

A video of Jessica Chastain chastising Cannes films for their onscreen representation of women went viral yesterday. The video was taken by filmmaker Ava DuVernay during a press conference held Sunday after the annual awards were handed out.

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The Square, Sofia Coppola, Joaquin Phoenix And Diane Kruger Win Top Awards At Cannes

The Cannes film festival is over for another year, and last night the awards were handed out at the event. In most years it’s the winner of the coveted Palme d’Or that takes centre stage, but this year it’s the Best Director Award winner everyone is talking about.

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Blake Lively To Star In The Husband’s Secret

Last year former Gossip Girl star Blake Lively was battling a shark in the Shallows, starred in Woody Allen’s Cafe Society, and was one of the leads in the dramatic thriller All I See Is You, but since then she’s been relatively quiet on the moving making front. All that is about to change however, and it’s now been announced that she’s got a new project on the horizon.

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Games Of Thrones Season 7 To Move At A Faster Pace

Critics of Games of Thrones have generally had the same responses. It’s a good show, but it’s too slow. Now according to some of the stars of the upcoming season 7 that has changed.

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James Bond Star Roger Moore Passes Away At 89

After a short battle with cancer, James Bond star Roger Moore has passed away at the age of 89.

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Zac Efron To Play Ted Bundy In Upcoming Film

Amidst the release of his latest movie Baywatch, Zac Efron has already secured his next big screen role. Efron is slated to star as the infamous serial killer Ted Bundy.

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Rising Star And Director Quinn Shephard Talks Working With Bella Thorne And Chris Messina

Rising star Quinn Shephard graced the screen in director A.D. Calvo’s Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl, and also appears in this summer’s Midnight Sun, alongside Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger. If that wasn’t impressive enough, Shephard also directed the recent drama film Blame. From her love of cinema to working with her famous co-stars, Shephard spoke to us about her biggest year yet.

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Among Several Renewals, Dozens Of TV Shows Cancelled

While popular TV shows such as Designated Survivor, Black-ish, The Black List and Once Upon a Time got their anticipated renewals yesterday, dozens more TV shows got the axe. While some were expected, there were a few on the bubble that survived even the most ardent TV watcher.

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Scandal To End After The Seventh Season

It’s hard to believe that next year will be the seventh season of Scandal, and it’s even harder to believe that it’s now being reporting that the hit ABC series will come to a conclusion at the end of it.

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American Idol To Return On A New Network For The 2017-2018 Season

Well that cancellation didn’t last long. ABC officially closed a deal with FremantleMedia North America and CORE Media Group’s 19 Entertainment yesterday however to bring the series back.

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