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John Cusack Joins Gillian Flynn’s New Series Utopia

Gillian Flynn is no stranger to TV, after all last year’s Sharp Objects was a huge hit for HBO. Her latest project is called Utopia, and it’s based on the British series by the same name. John Cusack has never starred in a TV series however, but that’s about to change because he’s signed on for the upcoming Amazon show. 

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Celebrities React To The Chicago Cubs Epic World Series Win

The drought is over. After 108 year the Chicago Cubs have finally beaten the curse of the goat and won the World Series. Social media was buzzing afterwards, with everyone congratulating the Cubs, including several big name celebrities and politicians. Here are some of their reactions.

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Jessica Lowndes’ Photo Shoot For Real Style Magazine

A cover favourite of Real Style’s for 2014 was our shoot with Jessica Lowndes, for the cover of Real Style’s summer 2014 issue. Read about it here.

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Inside TIFF 2014: Maps To The Stars Red Carpet & Premiere – Video

Maps to the Stars had its Canadian premiere at TIFF 2014 yesterday, and the stars of the film, including Robert Pattinson, Julianne Moore, Real Style cover girl Sarah Gadon, John Cusack, Evan Bird and Olivia Williams all turned out with director David Cronenberg to help promote the film.

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Celebrity Birthdays – June 26th – July 2nd

Here are the celebrity birthdays for June 26 to July 2nd.

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Good Scary Movies From The Last Ten Years

It’s that time of year again where ghosts and ghouls come out to play, and people head to the theatre in droves to watch a good scary movie. The problem being of course that in the last ten years gore has become a staple of the average horror movie, and has ended up segregating people who prefer to use their imagination instead of seeing blood splatter every few minutes. We’ve also been inundated with classic horror film remakes. Thankfully there still have been some good movies released during this time that stick to what worked in the past, and keep fresh and original while doing it.

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