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Ellen Page Joins The Umbrella Academy Comic Book Adaptation at Netflix

Ellen Page has joined the cast of The Umbrella Academy, Netflix’s adaptation of the award-winning comics and graphic novels created by Gerard Way, illustrated by Gabriel Bá and published by Dark Horse Comics.

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The live-action series follows the estranged members of a dysfunctional family of superheroes aka The Umbrella Academy — Luther, Diego, Allison, Vanya, Klaus and Number Five — as they work together to solve their father’s mysterious death while coming apart at the seams due to their divergent personalities and abilities.

Page will play Vanya,
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The Expanse Season 2 Episode 9 Review: The Weeping Somnambulist

“The Weeping Somnambulist” is taking its name off a humanitarian supply ship en-route to aid in the relief effort for Ganymede Station at the beginning of this chapter.

The opening of The Expanse Season 2 Episode 9 doesn’t hesitate to remind you there are large and looming questions this season.

What really happened on Ganymede—during the Earth-Mars military engagement And prior to those events?

And what is happening on Venus since Eros crashed there?

The title is a wordier way of saying “a crying sleepwalker" and that is almost an omen for how well-answered the lingering questions will be in this chapter.

Yes—the characters are all moving around the board, but they really won’t be passing “Go” just yet.

Well, this ship is a Grade-a piece of s*** but she’ll get us to Ganymede. I wouldn’t bet on it in a race, though…

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Chris Wiggins, Veteran Character Actor, Dies at 87

Chris Wiggins, a veteran Canadian character and voice actor who appeared in such TV shows as ReGenesis, Redwall and Wojeck and voiced the original Babar, Care Bears and Spiderman cartoons, has died. He was 87.

Wiggins died Feb. 19 in Elora, Ontario, his family announced in the Toronto Star, after a struggle with Alzheimer's disease. He is best known for playing Jack Marshak in the Friday the 13th TV series, Friday's Curse, which ran for three seasons until 1990.

Wiggins also performed the role of Johann Robinson, the father on the 1976 TV series Swiss Family Robinson, and voiced...
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Canada's Actors Union Names New Toronto President

Canada's Actors Union Names New Toronto President
Theresa Tova is the new president of Actra Toronto, head of the Canadian actors union's biggest chapter.

Tova, who succeeds David Sparrow after a stint as Actra's national treasurer, is best known as Marge on the Canadian TV drama E.N.G. She also had starring roles in the Broadway tour of Ragtime and at the Stratford Festival.

Her TV credits include Modern Family, The Strain and ReGenesis. She was elected to a two-year term as Actra Toronto head.

Tova also has helped Actra negotiate new labor deals with North American producers, including the Hollywood studios, which cover all movie,...
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Win 19-2 Complete Series One On DVD

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To celebrate the upcoming release of 19-2 Complete Series One, available to own from 21 September 2015, we are giving 5 readers the chance to win a copy on DVD.

This powerful character study and gritty series revolves around the day-to-day life of two unwilling partners of the Montreal Police Department.

Police officers Nick Barron (Adrian HolmesArrow, Continuum) and Ben Chartier (Jared KeesoFalling Skies, Godzilla) have been thrust into an unwilling partnership after the devastating shooting of Barron’s last partner. Nick carries the weight of that shooting with him everyday and isn’t planning on committing to the country boy who’s fresh to the city anytime soon.

Also starring Dan Petronijevic (American Pie Presents The Naked Mile), Benz Antoine (Rookie Blue), Mylene Dinh-Robic (Being Human), Conrad Pla (ReGenesis) and Laurence Leboeuf (Trauma), this gripping 10-part series shows life on the brutal and unforgiving streets of Montreal. With drug addicts,
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Seitz on Arrow: Archery and Acrobatics, CW-Style

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Seitz on Arrow: Archery and Acrobatics, CW-Style
The best, maybe only, reason to watch Arrow (CW, Wednesdays, 8 p.m.) is its star’s physicality. Canadian actor Stephen Amell (Regenesis, Hung) plays the title character, the alter ego of billionaire playboy Oliver Queen — a vigilante archer who slinks around at night à la Batman. Amell is intense and sincere. He has the barely suppressed smirk and Kubrickian I’m-gonna-eat-your-liver glare of the young Billy Zane, and although he has a bodybuilder’s torso, brawny and cut, he’s agile, too. The producers make sure to shoot bits and pieces of the show’s Cuisinart-edited action from a distance, so you know it’s him vaulting fences, doing upside-down sit-ups, and swinging from chains. At a press conference last summer, the show’s executive producer, Greg Berlanti (Everwood), said Amell does 25 percent of the show’s stunts; Amell later told reporters he would have corrected that figure to 75 percent
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Join the Pax: Behind the Music of Blockbuster Video Games Panel

Have you ever wanted to learn what it takes to score music for popular video game titles such as Darksiders II, Borderlands 2, and Assassin's Creed Revelations? Well, a new panel at Pax Prime aims to show you just that! Read on to learn more!

From the Press Release

Ever wondered what it takes to score original music for Aaa video games? Learn from four of the industry's most accomplished composers with diverse musical backgrounds as they share their experiences and discuss the craft of scoring music for some of the biggest franchises in interactive entertainment.

Featuring multiple award-winning composers Jesper Kyd (Darksiders II, Borderlands 2, Assassin's Creed I & II, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood & Revelations, Hitman 1-4); Michael McCann (Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Splinter Cell: Double Agent); Inon Zur (Dragon Age I & II, Prince of Persia, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Rift); and Sam Hulick (Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3).

Moderated by Emily Reese,
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Blood and Chrome update, cast news and interviews with Michael Nankin, Meg Tilly and Scott Porter

The weekly round-up (with a few additional bits coming tomorrow):

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette talked to Syfy's Mark Stern at the Winter TCA Press Tour and they have an update on Blood and Chrome. Kind of, anyway. Here is what he says (more at the link):

Is the project dead? Read more after the jump. ...

"No not at all," said Syfy original programming president Mark Stern. "We're trying to figure out the economics right now. I love it but we're trying to put various things together to see how we're going to get it made. My hope is we get it figured out." (...)

Stern said the pilot was a good test to prove the technology could be used in series, although he acknowledged it will likely take a year to get the show on air after it's ordered due to the amount of post-production work that will be required on every episode.
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A Mysterious Stranger Suffers From Separation Anxiety

Dropping straight down from our neighbors to the North, the Canadian independent feature Separation brings us the story of a couple initially struggling to save their marriage, then struggling to save their lives. (There's the quote for the back of your DVD, guys!)

The trailer for Separation (featured below) has a Straw Dogs feel to it. The film stars Sarah Manninen (Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story) and Peter Stebbings (The Listener) with Dmitry Chepovetsky (ReGenesis), Rob deLeeuw (The Business) and Al Sapienza (Margin Call). Separation was written and directed by Greg White and produced in Ontario under the Actra Tip Program by Birchmount Entertainment Inc.

Keep up-to-date with the film on the Separation Facebook page as the official release nears. Olly olly oxen free.

Thanks to DC reader Avery for the heads-up!


Separation is a psychological thriller about Jack (Peter Stebbings) and Liz (Sarah Manninen
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Snowmageddon, interviews with Jane Espenson, Scott Porter and Calum Worthy, and more updates

Okay, the last round of updates for the week.

Snowmageddon, Syfy's Christmas movie with Magda Apanowicz and Michael Hogan saving the world, premieres tonight at 9 pm Et.

You can also catch Magda on Robot Chicken tomorrow at 11:30 pm on Adult Swim. She will be voicing Gladys/Mother/Herman's Wife according to the IMDb. And, speaking of Michael Hogan, he will be playing a "lethal werewolf hunter" in the second season of Teen Wolf. TV Guide reported the news earlier this month.

Press release, teaser and sneak peeks from Snowmageddon:

To usher in the holiday season, Syfy will present a snow globe with the power to destroy the world in the Saturday Original Movie Snowmageddon, airing Saturday, December 10 at 9Pm (Et/Pt) during the channel’s second annual Countdown to Christmas Week.

Starring Michael Hogan (Battlestar Galactica), David Cubitt (Medium) and Magda Apanowicz (Caprica), the Christmas-themed Snowmageddon is about
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First Look: Uncanny X-Men #2

After a critically acclaimed first issue, here’s your first look at Marvel’s Uncanny X-Men #2 as X-Men: Regenesis continues under the auspices of the fan-favorite creative team of Kieron Gillen and Carlos Pacheco

Cyclops and his new Extinction team go head to head against the deadly Mr. Sinister. And with Sinister controlling the all-powerful Dreaming Celestial in San Francisco, his destruction has no limits. Can Cyclops pull his team together in time to take out Sinister? Will his mission statement fail right off the bat? Find out in Uncanny X-Men #2!

Uncanny X-men #2 (SEP110595)

Written by Kieron Gillen

Pencils by Carlos Pacheco, Jorge Molina & Rodney Buchemi

Cover by Carlos Pacheco

Inks by Cam Smith

Colors by Frank D’Armata

Foc – 11/7/11, On Sale – 11/30/11
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Blink returns to the Marvel Universe!

The fan-demanded return of Blink drags Dani Moonstar and her team of New Mutants right into the heart of X-Men Regenesis, beginning in New Mutants #34, from the critically acclaimed writing team of Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning and artist David Lopez.

Cyclops gives the New Mutants no time to rest as he sends them on a wild goose chase across the Marvel Universe. What has Blink done to require immediate extraction and is she to blame? Sinister things are afoot this November, in New Mutants #34

New Mutants #34 (SEP110609)

Written by Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning

Pencils by David Lopez

Cover by Jorge Molina

Foc – 10/31/11, On Sale – 11/23/11
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Ten Secret Canadian Films | Honoring Canada Day

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In honor of Canada Day, we are republishing this post -- Ranylt's first on the site -- from Canada Day 2007.

July 1 is Canada Day, so while my compatriots are busy painting themselves red and perfecting their Maenadic howls in time for tonight's fireworks, I've been tasked with offering up a list of ten nifty Canadian films that are mostly off the radar outside of this country (and I throw my arms around you in delight if you're a foreigner who's actually seen any of these--French kisses for anyone who appreciates them, to boot).

Many readers seem familiar with Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter and Denys Arcand's The Decline of the American Empire. And David Cronenberg's body of work needs no introduction thanks to The Fly, Naked Lunch, Scanners, Crash (the other Crash!) and Videodrome. As unnatural as it is to omit Egoyan, Arcand and Cronenberg from a Canadian film overview,
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Sharlto Copley’s Spoon Teaser Trailer

South African actor Sharlto Copley came out of nowhere to amaze people with his performance as Wikus Van De Merwe in Neill Blomkamp's District 9 and has since gone on to land the role of Murdock in The A-Team. But did you know that before District 9 he was already hard at work writing and directing a movie of his own? Copley and partner Simon Hansen have been developing a mysterious project called Spoon for a few years now, and it sounds like it will finally be released sometime in the near future. The good folks over at Twitch [1] got their hands on the very first teaser trailer, and although it doesn't show much, the premise is intriguing. Spoon is a supernatural thriller revolving around a man with a strange medical condition who blacks out during periods of extreme stress, causing strange things to happen. It stars TV actor Darren Boyd (Saxondale,
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District 9 star debuts trailer for his first film Spoon

I gotta say, I’m loving the trajectory of Rutger Hauer’s career over the last few years. The aging action star is popping up in all sorts of great films and this could well be another.

South African actor Sharlto Copley (now semi-recognized for his performance in last year’s District 9 (review)) didn’t always want to be a movie star; he actually started his career as a producer with aspirations of directing and here’s his first effort. Spoon stars Hauer as Victor Spoon and Darren Boyd (familiar to me from his appearances in the great Canadian show “ReGenesis” though others may recognize him from his regular appearances on a number of British shows) as Daniel Spoon, a man with a medical condition which causes him to black when under extreme stress. When he sets off to figure out what's happening to him, he makes a "remarkable discovery about himself.
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Showcase Picks Up New Series 'Endgame'

Showcase, a Canadian cable network, announced that it picked up Endgame, a new original series created by Avrum Jacobson (ReGenesis, Republic of Doyle). The one-hour show made of 13 episodes will premiere in spring 2011.

The story is centred on a former chess master. Using the skills that made him chess champion of the world, Arkady Balagan solves the crimes that mystify others. Traumatized by the murder of his fiancée, Balagan has become a prisoner in his luxury Vancouver hotel, and is terrified to step outside. To pay his bill, Balagan starts solving mysteries by using an unlikely band of hotel employees and chess fanatics to do his legwork. Arrogant, brilliant and charismatic, the Russian-born Balagan is able to envision his unknown opponent’s motives and moves. He imagines events, interviews the living and the dead, and runs conflicting scenarios – all in his head. And we get to watch right along with
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Winners at the 14th Wgc Awards

Yesterday, the ceremony of the Writers Guild of Canada Awards was hosted by comedian Debra Digiovanni. During that night, the winners, who work either in the film or television industry, were revealed.

Dishing out the awards were special guest presenters including Yannick Bisson (Murdoch Mysteries), Kristin Booth (Crackie, Young People Fucking), Inga Cadranel (The Bridge, Rent-a-Goalie), Enrico Colantoni (Flashpoint), and screenwriters Mark Farrell (Corner Gas, Dan for Mayor), Michael McGowan (Saint Ralph, One Week), Jennifer Pertsch (6Teen, Total Drama Island), Christin Simms (Captain Flamingo, Dino Dan), Shelley Eriksen (ReGenesis) and Leila Basen & David Preston (Heartland).

Now, without further ado, let's present the winners.


Total Drama Action - “The Sand Witch Project”

Written by Shelley Scarrow

Children & Preschool:

Max and Ruby - “Max Says Goodbye”

Written by Kate Barris


The Royal Winnipeg Ballet – 40 Years of One Night Stands

Narration written by Robert Lower

Episodic half-hour:

Less Than Kind -
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First Images of 'Shattered'

The Canadian Press, a news agency, has released the first production images of the upcoming TV series Shattered, which was created by Rick Drew. Besides, these pictures can also be found on the Facebook fan page of Callum Keith Rennie, the TV series' leading actor.

Billed as a cross-over between A Beautiful Mind and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, the TV series introduces us to Ben Sullivan (Callum Keith Rennie), a homicide detective from Vancouver, B.C. with a Multiple Personality Disorder. In the first moments of the series, Ben is bonded in blood to his tough, beautiful partner Amy Lynch (Camille Sullivan). While they work to solve the murder cases that cross their desk daily, Ben copes with the fascinating complexities of his secret disorder, and the uncertainty of never knowing which alternate personality will surface, or when.

Secondly, series regulars include actors Karen LeBlanc (Defying Gravity, ReGenesis) as Sergeant Pam ‘Tc’ Garrett,
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TV News: Production Underway on 'Dan for Mayor'

From a press release

Corner GasFred Ewanuick leads comic cast currently shooting in Toronto, Kitchener and Waterloo, On.Creative team helmed by three of Canada’s most-respected writers.

CTV and The Comedy Network, in association with Sad Glasses and Qvf Inc., announced today that production is underway on the original Canadian comedy series, Dan For Mayor in Toronto, Kitchener and Waterloo, On. Starring Corner Gas and Robson Arms alumnus Fred Ewanuick as the lead character Dan, the 13, 30-minute episode series will continue principal photography through November.

Dan (Ewanuick) is a 30-something bartender who lives and works in the fictional city of Wessex, On. Dan’s had the same friends since grade school, his most prized possession is a vintage Ms. Pac-Man game and his last serious relationship was with a girl who is now engaged to someone else. His life seems to be firmly on the path to more of the same…
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Official Saw VI Plot Revealed

The sixth installment in the "Saw" franchise is scheduled to hit theaters on October 23rd and now, Lionsgate has released the official plot synopsis for the film. Plot: Special Agent Strahm is dead, and Detective Hoffman has emerged as the unchallenged successor to Jigsaw's legacy. However, when the FBI draws closer to Hoffman, he is forced to set a game into motion, and Jigsaw's grand scheme is finally understood. "Saw VI" is once again being written by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan (Saw IV, Saw V) and is directed by Kevin Greutert, who was the editor on all previously installments. The cast includes Costas Mandylor as Hoffman, Mark Rolston (Saw V, The Departed) as FBI Agent Erickson, Betsy Russell as Jill, Tobin Bell as Jigsaw, Shawnee Smith as Amanda, and Peter Outerbridge (ReGenesis, Land of the Dead) as William.
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