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“Incorporated” Star Sean Teale Talks Playing Ben And His Biggest Hollywood Idols

With his burning ambition and intense nature, Sean Teale has recently been stealing the screen as leading man Ben Larson on the new sci-fi series Incorporated. Real Style caught up with the former star of Skins and Reign about working with icons Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, portraying his intriguing new character and more.

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Beyonce Leads The Way With 9 Grammy Nominations

The Queen Bey is leading the pack once again with nine Grammy nominations, which helped her set a new record high as the most nominated female artist in Grammy awards history.

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Nocturnal Animals Will Keep You Talking Long After The Movie Has Ended

2016 saw plenty of great movies released, with a few more to come this month, and Nocturnal Animals will be appearing in many critics top 10 lists for the year. The film was one of the most buzzed about at TIFF 2016, and with it coming out this weekend to a wide release, people will finally be able to see why.

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Emerging Actress Lindsay Lamb On Drake Bell, Her Most Challenging Role & More

While she most recently starred as bookish young Samantha in the family comedy Arlo: The Burping Pig, Lindsay Lamb also has a fast-paced year to look forward to in 2017. The 25-year-old actress is set to appear in next year’s equestrian flick Apple Of My Eye and action thriller Blue Line. We spoke to Lamb about her passion for acting and more.

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La La Land Leads Critics’ Choice Movie Nominations

Let the awards season begin. The Critics Choice nominations were announced today, and not surprising La La Land led the way.

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Find Out Why Sicario’s Sequel Won’t Star Emily Blunt

Soon after Sicario became a hit at the theatre (not to mention one of many critics’ top films of the 2015) it was announced that a sequel would be happening, but due to previous commitments it was also announced that director Denis Villeneuve unfortunately would be replaced. Then back in June news broke that Emily Blunt wouldn’t have a role to play in the film either, but until now it wasn’t known why.

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“Shoot the Messenger” Star Elyse Levesque On Playing Daisy And Finding Her Dark Side

As fierce young journalist Daisy Channing on the CBC crime thriller Shoot the Messenger, Canadian actress Elyse Levesque must channel her dark side. Intrigued by her complicated new lead role, we spoke to Levesque about her experiences bringing Daisy to life on Shoot the Messenger. Here’s what the talented actress had to say about identifying with her character, girl power on the small screen and her surprising hobby when she isn’t on set.

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Top December Concerts In Toronto

With the holidays approaching, many musicians take time off of touring to be with loved ones. While Kanye West has cancelled his Toronto performance that was set for December 18th, there are still a number of major artists who will be taking to the various stages across the city this December.

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Manchester By The Sea Is One Of The Year’s Best Films

If it feels like you’ve been hearing about Manchester By The Sea for a long time, well you have been. The film premiered in January of this year at the Sundance Festival, and has made headlines ever since. It’s played at several different film festivals around the world, including TIFF 2016, and word of mouth has done nothing but grown. The film finally gets its wide release this weekend in Canada, and if you haven’t seen it at one of the festivals, you probably should catch it now because it’s a film that is sure to be around come awards season.

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Manchester By The Sea Stars Kyle Chandler and Lucas Hedges Discuss Their Experience On The Film

One of the most talked and buzzed about films opens this weekend in Canada, and it’s not your typical November blockbuster. It’s a heartfelt drama directed by Kenneth Lonergan about an uncle played by Casey Affleck forced to look after his nephew after his brother suddenly dies of a heart attack. The film has been praised by critics, and during its run at TIFF we had a chance to sit down with two of the stars of the film, Kyle Chandler, who plays the deceased dad in flashbacks, and Lucas Hedges, who plays his son.

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Bad Santa 2 Is A Raunchy, Alternative Christmas Sequel Nobody Asked For

The year of 2016 may just go down as the year of the sequel nobody asked for. From Neighbors 2, to Blair Witch, and a very forgettable sequel to Independence Day, there have been so many poor performing sequels that we’ve lost count. Bad Santa 2 may very well join the list, but unlike some of the movies on the above list it does have some good moments.

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Gianna Martello Of “Dance Moms” On Season 7, Choreography And Abby Lee Miller

With the Season 6 finale of Dance Moms airing tonight, we took a few minutes to catch up with one of the stars of the hit show, Gianna Martello. The 27-year-old dancer was once a student herself at the Abby Lee Miller Dance Company, and now works as an assistant choreographer at the school. Martello spoke to us about working with Abby Lee Miller, the upcoming season of the show and her creative inspiration.

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Selena Gomez Gives The Speech Of The Night At AMAs

While people were busy ripping apart Gigi Hadid on social media for her hosting duties at last night’s American Music Awards, Selena Gomez took the stage and delivered one of the most heartfelt, and perhaps one of the best ever, acceptance speeches at the AMAs.

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Actor And Executive Producer Allan Hawco On His Role In “Frontier” And Canadian Television

While Canadian actor may hail from Bell Island, Newfoundland, his on-screen presence over the years has brought him miles from his humble roots. The 39-year-old actor, who is best known as titular character Jake Doyle from Republic of Doyle, makes his latest appearance as Douglas Brown in Frontier. Real Style spoke to Hawco about what to expect on Frontier, the business of television and his passion for acting.

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Robin Hood Set To Return To The Big Screen In 2018

Lionsgate/Summit announced on Wednesday that a new telling of Robin Hood will hit theatres on March 23rd, 2018.

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