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Copa América Soccer Docuseries In The Works - deadline.com - USA - Miami - Atlanta - Canada - Argentina - Bolivia
deadline.com
20.06.2024 / 23:35

Copa América Soccer Docuseries In The Works

Copa América, which kicks off later today with Argentina taking on Canada, is set to be the subject of a docuseries.

See Donald Sutherland’s final public appearance at 2021 Critics’ Choice Awards - nypost.com - France - Miami - Canada - county Lyon - county Brunswick
nypost.com
20.06.2024 / 20:51

See Donald Sutherland’s final public appearance at 2021 Critics’ Choice Awards

Donald Sutherland made his final public appearance three years before his death at age 88.The actor’s death was confirmed by his actor son, Kiefer Sutherland, on Thursday. He died in Miami after a long battle with an unknown illness.“With a heavy heart, I tell you that my father, Donald Sutherland, has passed away.

Hunger Games actor Donald Sutherland passes away as his son Kiefer leads tributes - www.ok.co.uk - Hollywood - Canada
ok.co.uk
20.06.2024 / 18:40

Hunger Games actor Donald Sutherland passes away as his son Kiefer leads tributes

Donald Sutherland has heartbreakingly passed away at age 88, with his family sharing the news on social media in a touching tribute.The Canadian actor had a career in Hollywood spanning over seven decades and was awarded a number of accolades, including Emmy, Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards. In recent years, he is known for portraying President Snow in The Hunger Games. Donald's cause of death has not been shared.

‘Yellowstone’ Season 5 Part Two Teaser: The End Begins For Taylor Sheridan’s Hit Series On November 10 - theplaylist.net - France - Brazil - USA - Canada
theplaylist.net
20.06.2024 / 18:02

‘Yellowstone’ Season 5 Part Two Teaser: The End Begins For Taylor Sheridan’s Hit Series On November 10

Mark your calendars, “Yellowstone” fans: Taylor Sheridan’s hit family crime/drama show returns to the Paramount Network on November 10. The first of six episodes left in the show’s final season premiere on that date in the US and Canada.

Legendary actor Donald Sutherland dead at 88, son Kiefer pays tribute: ‘A life well lived’ - nypost.com - Miami - Canada - county Brunswick
nypost.com
20.06.2024 / 17:41

Legendary actor Donald Sutherland dead at 88, son Kiefer pays tribute: ‘A life well lived’

on X, formerly Twitter, on Thursday.“I personally think one of the most important actors in the history of film. Never daunted by a role, good, bad or ugly.

Donald Sutherland Dies: Revered Actor In ‘Klute’, ‘Ordinary People’, ‘Hunger Games’ & Scores Of Others Was 88 - deadline.com - Miami - Canada - Indiana - county Pierce - county Daniels - county Brunswick
deadline.com
20.06.2024 / 17:07

Donald Sutherland Dies: Revered Actor In ‘Klute’, ‘Ordinary People’, ‘Hunger Games’ & Scores Of Others Was 88

Donald Sutherland, the beloved actor who starred in scores of films from The Dirty Dozen, MASH and Klute to Animal House and Ordinary People to Pride & Prejudice and The Hunger Games franchise and won an Emmy for Citizen X, died Thursday in Miami after a long illness. He was 88.

Republic Pictures Picks Up Saoirse Ronan Comedy ‘Bad Apples’ & Spyglass’ Horror Rom-Com ‘Heart Eyes’; Dan Cohen Unpacks The Strategy At The Paramount Label - deadline.com - Britain - Canada - Seattle
deadline.com
15.06.2024 / 15:49

Republic Pictures Picks Up Saoirse Ronan Comedy ‘Bad Apples’ & Spyglass’ Horror Rom-Com ‘Heart Eyes’; Dan Cohen Unpacks The Strategy At The Paramount Label

EXCLUSIVE: Republic Pictures has snagged two more movies, taking global rights to Saoirse Ronan-starrer Bad Apples and international rights to horror rom-com Heart Eyes.

The Black Keys have reportedly signed to new management - www.nme.com - USA - Canada - Ohio
nme.com
15.06.2024 / 11:19

The Black Keys have reportedly signed to new management

The Black Keys have announced they have signed to new management following a public split from their former team.The band recently took to social media to claim they were “fucked” after their North American tour was cancelled and they split from their management on June 7. The Black Keys were due to play their ‘International Players Tour’ in the US and Canada from September to November this year, but it was reported late last month that the entire run of gigs had been abruptly scrapped, with no explanation provided.Amidst speculation the cancellation was due to low ticket sales, the band opened up about the tour, saying it was axed and re-planned in favour of smaller theatre venues as featured on their recent European dates.Billboard went on to report that the band had split from their management team, Irving Azoff and Steve Moir of Full Stop Management, in what was described as an “amicable parting”.Now, Rolling Stone have reported that The Black Keys have signed to Red Light Management, whose clients include The Dave Matthews Band, The Strokes and Chris Stapleton.

Taylor Swift Confirms End Of Eras Tour -- Final Show Will Be... - perezhilton.com - Canada
perezhilton.com
14.06.2024 / 02:11

Taylor Swift Confirms End Of Eras Tour -- Final Show Will Be...

As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. And sadly for Swifties, The Eras Tour — while being one of their favorite things of all time — will end this year. And it now has a confirmed final date.

Taylor Swift officially reveals when history-making Eras Tour will end - nypost.com - Australia - Paris - USA - Miami - Canada - Tokyo - Arizona - parish Orleans - Singapore
nypost.com
13.06.2024 / 21:59

Taylor Swift officially reveals when history-making Eras Tour will end

Taylor Swift has officially revealed when her history-making Eras Tour will end. The musician made the announcement during the tour’s 100th show in Liverpool, England, Thursday.“This is the very first time I’ve ever acknowledged to myself and admitted that this tour is going to end in December,” she said, per USA Today.She reportedly confirmed the news during her “All Too Well” speech before the 10-minute song.“I once used to have hobbies,” she joked to the crowd at the concert.“You have done so much to be with us,” she continued. “You’ve made plans so far in advance.

UK expat in Greece shares 'weird' culture shock but loves the lifestyle - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Canada - Birmingham - Greece - city Santorini - city Athens
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
13.06.2024 / 02:35

UK expat in Greece shares 'weird' culture shock but loves the lifestyle

British holidaymakers dreaming of a new life in Greece have been cautioned about a "shock" they might face, with the advice to "get used to it." Those relocating to Greece as expats have encountered a "weird" issue, according to one expat.

The Montréal-Based ‘Solo’ Gives Good Drag (Review) - www.metroweekly.com - France - Paris - Canada
metroweekly.com
12.06.2024 / 16:55

The Montréal-Based ‘Solo’ Gives Good Drag (Review)

Solo.At the bar is where Simon (Théodore Pellerin) meets Olivier (Félix Maritaud), and love takes over. Newly arrived from Paris, Olivier performs as La Dragona, a punk-styled genderfuck queen, who makes her debut at the club with an alluringly cocky lip-sync to an ice-cold electro track.

‘The Last Of Us,’ ‘Poker Face,’ ‘Family Guy,’ ‘The Masked Singer’ Among Top Rockie Awards Winners at Banff World Media Festival - variety.com - Britain - USA - Italy - Canada - Belgium - Taiwan
variety.com
12.06.2024 / 03:09

‘The Last Of Us,’ ‘Poker Face,’ ‘Family Guy,’ ‘The Masked Singer’ Among Top Rockie Awards Winners at Banff World Media Festival

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large HBO’s “The Last of Us” scored two prizes from this year’s 2024 Rockie Awards International Program Competition, as announced Tuesday at the Banff World Media Festival. “The Last of Us” won for drama series: English language, and also picked up the Grand Jury Prize, which is selected from the top-scoring programs across the entire field of nominees.

Françoise Hardy Dies: French Singer & ‘Grand Prix’ Actor Was 80 - deadline.com - Britain - France - Canada - Germany - Belgium
deadline.com
12.06.2024 / 02:45

Françoise Hardy Dies: French Singer & ‘Grand Prix’ Actor Was 80

Françoise Hardy, a popular French singer and actor who had numerous Top 10 albums and singles in Europe and appeared in films including Grand Prix, has died June 11 at 80. Her son, Thomas DuTronc, revealed the news on social media but did not provide details, writing only, “Maman est partie” (mom is gone).

Joe Rogan accuses Robin Williams of stealing jokes from other comedians - www.nme.com - Canada
nme.com
11.06.2024 / 20:33

Joe Rogan accuses Robin Williams of stealing jokes from other comedians

Robin Williams of “material theft”, or stealing jokes from other comedians.The comic and UFC commentator made the comments on his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience to fellow comic Harland Williams, where he said that while he is a fan of the Good Will Hunting actor, he does believe that he deliberately took other comedians’ material.“I think (Robin) wanted to kill more than he wanted to be ethical at any cost,” Rogan said. “Part of that manic sort of style is this constant need to have a bit about anything that you’re talking about ever.

Prince Harry fans swoon over 'heartwarming' video that reminds them of Diana - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Canada
ok.co.uk
11.06.2024 / 18:03

Prince Harry fans swoon over 'heartwarming' video that reminds them of Diana

A "heartwarming" video of Prince Harry from seven years ago has resurfaced. And Royal enthusiasts believe it shows just how much the Duke of Sussex resembles his mother, Princess Diana.The video, shared on X (formerly Twitter), captures Harry at the Invictus Games - the sporting event he established for injured and sick servicemen and women - in 2017, when Toronto, Canada was the host city.

Katherine Ryan laments lack of female late-night chat show hosts - www.nme.com - Britain - Canada
nme.com
11.06.2024 / 16:29

Katherine Ryan laments lack of female late-night chat show hosts

Katherine Ryan has opened up about female representation in television, critcising the lack of female hosts of late-night chat shows in the UK.The standup comic appeared on Grace Dent’s Comfort Eating podcast recently, where she claimed that men are more commonly given late-night hosting gigs, whereas women are featured more on daytime TV.She spoke about being raised in Canada before moving to the UK in 2008 when she was 25, saying that she “grew up” with the idea of men more frequently hosting late-night shows compared to women.“I thought that either myself or any of my female peers could have a late-night chat show in this country. I think Sarah Millican had one for a little while, not any more,” she answered when asked about being prevented from certain jobs.“And I think for whatever reason, women are sometimes relegated to daytime and then the boys do all the late-night chat shows,” she continued.The format has been historically dominated by men, with The Graham Norton Show and The Jonathan Ross Show currently being the UK’s biggest chat shows.

‘Breaking the Cycle,’ Thai Doc Charting Rise and Fall of Country’s Pro-Democracy Parties, Gets Rare Theatrical Release: ‘Our Future Has Been Lost’ - variety.com - Hollywood - Canada - Thailand - Indiana
variety.com
06.06.2024 / 14:59

‘Breaking the Cycle,’ Thai Doc Charting Rise and Fall of Country’s Pro-Democracy Parties, Gets Rare Theatrical Release: ‘Our Future Has Been Lost’

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Thailand has some of the most comfortable cinemas in the world, but a film release slate that rarely strays far from the mainstream – mostly Hollywood tentpoles and Thai commercial titles – leaving art-house and documentaries short shrift. So, the Thursday arrival in Thai cinemas of a documentary feature is a welcome exception to the rule.

Canada’s Crave Confirms U.S. & UK Titles & Will Arnett Voice Role In ‘Super Team Canada’ As Streamer Aims To Topple Rivals: “We Know We Can Do More” - deadline.com - Britain - Canada
deadline.com
06.06.2024 / 11:03

Canada’s Crave Confirms U.S. & UK Titles & Will Arnett Voice Role In ‘Super Team Canada’ As Streamer Aims To Topple Rivals: “We Know We Can Do More”

Crave‘s management are eyeing a breakthrough into the top three streaming services in Canada, as its parent Bell unveiled its 2024 season Upfronts slate today.

Federation Kids & Family Sells K-Pop Tween Series ‘Gangnam Project’ to Key Markets - variety.com - Australia - Britain - France - Canada - South Korea - county Gem - North Korea - Finland
variety.com
06.06.2024 / 09:48

Federation Kids & Family Sells K-Pop Tween Series ‘Gangnam Project’ to Key Markets

John Hopewell Chief International Correspondent It’s not just Netflix which is cashing in on the K phenomenon. Federation Kids & Family has clinched a brace of first-wave deals with major international broadcasters on “Gangnam Project,” its new K-pop-inspired tween live-action series.

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