No one ever told Jeff Todd he was too old for Lego. Good thing, too, because Todd, an actor who grew up in Saskatoon, recently landed a role on the new Cartoon Network series Legends of Chima.
It’s not uncommon for comic creators to dream about seeing their work on the screen, whether large or small. For local writer Kurtis Wiebe this dream is about to become a reality. On Oct. 11, BBC Worldwide Productions and Quality Transmedia announced that they would be producing a motion comic based on his historical fiction
TV watchers no longer have to dart for the remote and turn down the volume every time a show goes to commercial.
It’s no secret that women are funny and creative, just as it’s no secret that they have long been shut out of important positions behind the scenes in film and television. This is slowly changing, but as more and more women create the entertainment we consume they face ever more criticism than their male counterparts.
Back in October 2011, Samuel L. Jackson was crowned the biggest movie star in the world due to his movies accumulating the highest overall box office total. While I find total movie grosses to be a poor indicator of who the biggest movie star in the world is — my gut tells me that Will
To my surprise, most people I talk to haven’t heard of The Walking Dead. Even worse, when I explain that it’s a post-apocalyptic zombie show, most people get turned off and are not interested in anything else I have to say. The Walking Dead is about so much more than just zombies. It is a
Almost 14 years after going off the air, Beavis and Butt-head is returning to television, airing new episodes starting Oct. 27.
The pope answered questions on Italian TV, but could not explain the devastation caused by the tsunami.
When you can stream online to your heart's content, there is no more need to wait. But while you don't need VJs to make a YouTube playlist, they're certainly helpful in exposing you to something new.
Images of disability, like those on primetime TLC and A&E, perpetuate negative stereotypes and pander to the misinformed belief of non-disabled audiences that a disabled person is dissatisfied with his/her quality of life, is seeking pity or requires assistance.