Amy Winehouse’s father says he believes she died after suffering a seizure related to alcohol detoxification and “there was nobody there to rescue her.”
A fan of sports movies from Bad News Bears to North Dallas Forty, Brad Pitt said he was inspired to make the film Moneyball because he’s “a sucker for an underdog story.”
Toronto’s economy would suffer if the city follows through with a plan to cut some $6 million a year in funding to some of the top cultural groups, an Arts Council executive said Friday.
The CBC is back in the Olympic business. Jeffrey Orridge, executive director of sports properties for the CBC, announced Friday that CBC/Radio Canada will form a consortium with Bell Media to bid on the 2014 and 2016 Olympic Games.
Amitabh Bachchan, India’s biggest movie star, is to make his first foray into Hollywood in a new adaptation of The Great Gatsby.
Heritage Minister James Moore says he’s hoping for long-languishing amendments to the Copyright Act to pass by Christmas, but the Supreme Court of Canada could wind up forcing more tinkering with the law.
A new series about a cable news network created by Aaron Sorkin, screenwriter of The West Wing and The Social Network, has been picked up by HBO.
Mental health advocates say that while highly publicized suicides of several prominent sports figures have shone a spotlight on the issue, frank public discussion about causes and prevention is still lacking.
Trailer for Big Year