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KFC Hires Jim Gaffigan As The New Colonel Sanders, Replacing Norm Macdonald

8 February 2016 1:07 PM, PST | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Colonel Sanders has some pretty big shoes. During Super Bowl 50, KFC debuted the new face of their chicken – its comedian, Jim Gaffigan. Gaffigan replaces comedian, Norm MacdonaldGaffigan is fully decked out in the classic white mustache and black bow tie during the commercial. Colonel Harland Sanders was the first and original spokesperson for the food […]

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Gasp! KFC's Got a New Colonel Sanders in Town! Who Will It Be?

6 February 2016 6:00 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Norm MacDonald has done a finger-lickin' good job as KFC's Colonel Sanders, wouldn't you say? Look at that impeccable facial hair! The time has come for him to say goodbye, however. What better way to announce the arrival of the new Colonel than during the Super Bowl pregame broadcast! The Colonel always knows how to make a thunder-stealing entrance, amiright? The latest ad seeks to promote their new Nashville Hot Chicken (um, yum?!) right before the big game. Smart move, KFC! If you couldn't already tell from the picture above, the new Colonel Sanders is none other than comedian Jim Gaffigan! Damn, those disguises are as good as their chicken. Enjoy the latest commercial in celebration of »

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Brooklyn and Room among Canadian Screen Award nominees

19 January 2016 9:04 AM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Canadian film shines at the Canadian Screen Awards, the prestigious awards ceremony that honours Canadian produced feature film and television.  This morning the nominees were announced for the CSAs, by Canadian television actors Lyriq Bent ("Book of Negroes") and Aislinn Paul ("Degrassi"). 

Academy Award contenders Room and Brooklyn were recognized amongst films from Quebecois filmmakers and other prominent Canadian directors. Namely, Atom Egoyan’s RememberPaul Gross’ Hyena Road, and Guy Maddin’s The Forbidden Room have all been nominated in various categories.

Many titles that were included at the Canada’s Top 10 Film Festival, an honour awarded by a panel of judges who select the top 10 films produced in Canada, made by a Canadian director, and that were released either commercially or at a major film festival in Canada. Les Demons, Sleeping Giant, The Forbidden Room, Our Loved Ones, and My Internship in Canada all were honoured by the Tiff this year, »

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