Category: Film & Television

Sony Pictures announced yesterday that a sequel to the original Ghostbusters films — Ghostbusters (1984) and Ghostbusters II (1989) — is set for release in the summer of 2020 and will be helmed by Montreal-born Jason Reitman, 41, an Oscar-nominated...Read MoreThe…

Wendy Ord's decision to lace up a pair of skates and join a beginner's figure skating class a few years ago has certainly snowballed. After developing quite a talent for the sport, the 59-year-old set out to compete in the…

Broadway and film legend Carol Channing, who originated the lead roles in stage productions of both Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Hello, Dolly! and whose trademark laugh and expressive features became part of her show business persona for more than six...Read…

How Canadian is it that the winner of the nation’s biggest film prize – the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award given by the Toronto Film Critics Association – would say, “I’m sorry” repeatedly, and then give the money away…

Alan Alda will be greeted by a familiar face when he receives his lifetime achievement award at the upcoming Screen Actors Guild Award ceremony on Jan. 27. The 82-year-old Golden Globe and Emmy-winner most beloved for his role on M.A.S.H…

She’s baaack — and ready to nab the spotlight once again. Nearly a decade after taking the world by storm with her jaw-dropping rendition of "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Miserables, reality superstar Susan Boyle is back where it…

“We're all born bald, baby.” — Telly Savalas The cover of the Dec. 19, 1989 edition of People magazine announced it proudly: “Older, balder … and better!” It was the magazine’s fifth “Sexiest Man Alive” issue and the winner, Sean...Read…

Keeping our wits about us as we navigate the peaks, and valleys, along this journey of...Read MoreThe post This Way Up: January 2019 first appeared on Everything Zoomer

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