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“Deadpool 2″ is bigger, better and badass-ier!”

posted Friday, May 18, 2018

by: in Art, Celebrity, Entertaining, Film, Lesbian, Queer

When Ryan Reynolds stepped onto the silver screen as Wade Wilson in 2016, nobody knew how the first R-Rated Marvel superhero flick, Deadpool, would fair, but after hauling $738.3 million (domestically) for 20th Century Fox, it became a bonafide sensation. Reynolds tried his hand at superhero stardom before (as Hal Jordan in 2011’s DCEU live-action […]

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Toronto’s beloved Green Space Festival previews it’s 10 year anniversary for Pride 2018

posted Friday, May 11, 2018

by: in Activism, Celebrity, Charity, Dance, Drag, Entertaining, Events, New York City, Pride, Queer, Television, Toronto

The Green Space Festival is an extremely popular outdoor celebration which has grown in size and numbers over the course of a decade. Beginning in Barbara Hall Park (adjacent to the 519 Community Center ) in the heart of Toronto’s LGBTQ+ community, the Green Space Festival produces a gathering for queer people and allies in […]

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“Avengers: Infinity War” explodes with the biggest opening weekend ever!

posted Monday, April 30, 2018

by: in Art, Entertaining, Film

April has been a record-breaking month at the box office this year! Impressively starting the month off was John Krasinski’s directorial debut, A Quiet Place. The white-knuckle horror is performing monstrously, prompting Paramount Pictures to announce the beginnings of a sequel just two weeks after it opened. The monster-movie dropped from number one to number two at […]

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John Krasinski writes, directs and stars in explosive new alien thriller, “A Quiet Place”

posted Friday, April 6, 2018

by: in Art, Celebrity, Entertaining, Film

The first weekend of April has sprung and movie traffic is hot on the heels of an impressive Easter weekend at the box office! Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s novel, Ready Player One, broke personal records for Spielberg and debuted in the number one spot worldwide, making it the second biggest opening of the […]

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Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One” sets out on a virtual Easter egg hunt in time for the holiday long weekend

posted Friday, March 30, 2018

by: in Art, Books, Celebrity, Entertaining, Film

“March Movie Madness” has become an alternatively popular time of year at the movies. More and more production studios are releasing big budget blockbusters in the month that brings us Spring Break, and in 2018, there’s been no exception: Love, Simon derailed stereotypical teen rom-coms, Lara Croft tried her best at raiding the big screen […]

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“Love, Simon” is the gay teen rom-com we didn’t know we needed

posted Saturday, March 17, 2018

by: in Activism, Books, Celebrity, Comedy, Entertaining, Family, Film, Queer

Following the release of Red Sparrow and A Wrinkle In Time, there’s a slew of big movie titles still to come – Tomb Raider and Love, Simon, being two of the latest. Lara Croft is set out to compete with Black Panther in a CGI action-fest showdown for the top spot at the box office […]

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“A Wrinkle In Time” concedes to the box office reign of “Black Panther”

posted Monday, March 12, 2018

by: in Art, Books, Celebrity, Entertaining, Film

The irony is not lost on a movie titled A Wrinkle In Time being released during daylight saving time weekend, and perhaps that was the idea. With an original release date of March 23rd, 2018, it’s still a wonder as to why Disney Studios abruptly pushed the premiere of this highly anticipated adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s […]

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“Prey At Night” delays the fright in “The Strangers” sequel

posted Friday, March 9, 2018

by: in Art, Celebrity, Entertaining, Film

We’re in the second week of March and the movies of 2018 are already making history and smashing box office records: Red Sparrow has swooped it’s way into the good graces of critics, Black Panther remains the biggest blockbuster movie ever, and this weekend’s A Wrinkle In Time is opening to what’s predicted to be another […]

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The 90th Annual Academy Awards: from #OscarsSoWhite to “Representation Matters!”

posted Monday, March 5, 2018

by: in Activism, Art, Business, Comedy, Entertaining, Events, Film, Montreal, Queer, Television, Toronto

The 90th Annual Academy Awards wrapped up in Tinsel Town late last night and the star-studded show seemed to pull its socks up even higher this year. Putting his best foot forward, Oscar stepped out of the #OscarsSoWhite past and has emerged a new man. We’ll see what happens next year with Black Panther but for […]

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J.Law takes the law under her wing as a seductive Russian spy in “Red Sparrow”

posted Sunday, March 4, 2018

by: in Art, Books, Celebrity, Entertaining, Film

It’s March at the movies! It may be the last “official” month of winter, but while we’re waiting to thaw-out here in Canada, there’s a slew of eclectic feature films lined up for moviegoers to cozy up to: A Wrinkle In Time, The Strangers 2, Tomb Raider and Love, Simon, to name a few. But […]

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