February 18, 2018

Posters: Great Gatsby, Mortal Instruments

A couple of character-centric one-sheets went up over the weekend. The first is six one-sheets for Baz Luhrmann's lavish and much anticipated adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby". The other is two posters for the young adult fantasy lit adaptation "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones". Check them out below: Dark Horizons … [Read more...]

03/15/2013 – Vancouver Chamber Choir – A Cappella Panorama, the great choral repertoire

The six-century choral repertoire is vast – surely the greatest in all of music, and conductor Jon Washburn always finds a wide range of choral favourites and discoveries when planning the program for the Vancouver Chamber Choir's annual Canadian tour. This year’s program – called A Cappella Panorama – includes Mozart, Schubert, Palestrina, Rutter, … [Read more...]

Have Your Say: “Oz: The Great and Powerful”

Serving as a prequel to both L. Frank Baum's fourteen "Land of Oz" books, and MGM's 1939 cinematic classic "The Wizard of Oz," Sam Raimi's "Oz the Great and Powerful" is a $ 200 million gamble for Disney. This time last year, the Mouse House unleashed another big-budget fantasy tentpole in the form of "John Carter," a film now infamous for … [Read more...]

Kapner To Pen “Oz: Great & Powerful” Sequel

Despite decidedly mixed reviews, Disney's big-budget "Oz: The Great and Powerful" is tracking to open at $ 80-90 million this weekend in the United States. The studio is obviously confident enough as they are already moving forward with a sequel. The studio has hired Mitchell Kapner ("The Whole Nine Yards," "Romeo Must Die") to write a script … [Read more...]

More Join BBC1’s “Great Train Robbery”

Martin Compston, Jack Roth, Neil Maskell, Paul Anderson, Del Synnott and Jack Gordon are all set to join the already cast Luke Evans in the BBC One's two-part drama "The Great Train Robbery". Evans plays Bruce Reynolds, the mastermind behind the infamous 1963 mail train heist, at the time Britain’s biggest ever robbery with a haul worth £41 … [Read more...]

Paris’s Great Small Museums

There is no lack of great and iconic monuments to discover in Paris, but so much of the city's real heart and history can be found in its smaller museums and their charming gardens. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

Family Day not such a great deal for small businesses

Monday marks BC’s first annual Family Day, and as some big chain businesses are taking advantage of the holiday, small businesses are taking a hit. Tourism Whistler is enthusiastic over the new statutory holiday. Jay Maynard, Travel Consultant for Tourism Whistler, says he personally started booking for the long weekend as far back as October … [Read more...]

Two More “Oz: The Great & Powerful” Posters

Following on from yesterday's two new "Oz: The Great & Powerful" one-sheets featuring James Franco's Wizard and Rachel Weisz' Evanora, Disney has released new character posters for Mila Kunis' Theodora and Michelle Williams' Glinda. Check them out below: Dark Horizons - News … [Read more...]

Character Posters: “The Great Gatsby”

Warner Bros. Pictures has unveiled character posters from Baz Luhrmann's upcoming adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic "The Great Gatsby". The first two include Isla Fisher as Myrtle Wilson and Joel Edgerton as Tom Buchanan. I'd expect more shortly, and when they do arrive they'll be added to this page: Dark Horizons - News … [Read more...]

12/16/2012 – Great Canadian Craft Fair: Holiday Edition

Great Canadian Craft Proudly Presents:The Great Canadian Craft Fair: Christmas Edition!December 15 /16 2012 10am - 6pm Over 200 Amazing Local Vendors!Order Discount Tickets Online:http://greatcanadiancraft.jimdo.com/Special Early Bird Tickets (Entry One Hour Early for Special Early Bird Vendor Deals and Free Gift Bag!)Children 12 and under … [Read more...]