YouTube said Tuesday that Russell Brand will no longer make money from the video streaming site after several women made allegations of sexual assault against the comedian-turned-influencer.
Earlier this month, the Rolling Stones announced the band's first album of original material in 18 years, Hackney Diamonds, which will be released on Oct. 20.
A particular theme has emerged at the Toronto International Film Festival, where several of this year's movies paint portraits of women artists forced to grapple with how they — and their art — are perceived by society.
One year after the death of Mahsa Amini, artists in Canada and around the world are helping to keep the plight of Iranian women and minorities alive.
At the box office, on the awards circuit and in the eyes of the international community, French-language cinema seems to be outpacing its English-language cousin in Canada.
The Juno Awards say a controversial "deep fake" song featuring unauthorized sound-alike vocals of Drake and the Weeknd won't be eligible at next year's celebration of Canadian music.
The Stratford Festival has released the 12 productions its set to stage in 2024 and it includes classics as well as three world premieres.
The premiere of the documentary Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero was delayed after a bomb threat was called in at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Ouch. Just after the Toronto International Film Festival weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, it now faces strikes by writers and actors in Hollywood. The ongoing SAG/AFTRA strike involving actors has put serious limitations on who can attend festivals and promote projects.
The Rolling Stones officially announced the release of their first album of original material in 18 years in London, with singer Mick Jagger joking the band has been "a bit too lazy" in recording new material in recent years.
Singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, who popularized beach bum soft rock with the escapist Caribbean-flavoured song Margaritaville and turned that celebration of loafing into an empire of restaurants, resorts and frozen concoctions, has died. He was 76.
The words "cult classic" are thrown around by critics with relentless abandon, but Bottoms, the followup film from Canadian director Emma Seligman is bloody, bawdy and just downright demented enough to enter the vaunted pantheon of other chaotic high school comedies such as Heathers, Booksmart and Bring it On.