So much fun news today… and not just the fact that it’s my birthday today!
Lots of fun things from Toronto, The fan fest and more!
Check out the news below!
The TIFF Etiquette Guide: Don’t talk during a screening (and put down your phone!)
Whatever the excuse, terrible table manners, hostile hosts and awkward introductions abound during the Toronto International Film Festival. But in my opinion, the event is a time to show our guests just how well mannered we are as a nation. The 11-day festival comes with a set of unique social conundrums, so I have compiled a list of helpful tips to get you through TIFF faux-pas free.
And that’s a wrap… party! Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne bar hop in Toronto with Suicide Squad cast and crew to celebrate the end of filming
They have spent the last few months working hard on upcoming DC Comics movie Suicide Squad.And on Sunday Cara Delevingne, Margot Robbie and Jai Courtney all got together to celebrate their efforts in the city where the movie was made – Toronto, Canada.The trio went on a bar hopping expedition, with other cast and crew, as they partied the night away to commemorate their hard work.
Eight things to do at Fan Expo Canada this weekend
Canada’s Fan Expo has gone from a small gathering of pop culture fans to a mass congregation of more than 127,000 attendees, eager to see their favourite stars from the entertainment world.More than 1,000 exhibitors will descend on Metro Toronto Convention Centre this Thursday to Sunday for the event. Here’s just a few of the workshops, special guest meetings and Q&A sessions from the Fan Expo website and schedule.
Stewardess who left Ryanair after autograph-hunting loses case
A WOMAN WHO resigned from Ryanair after getting celebrities’ autographs was has lost her case with the Employment Appeals Tribunal.
Cal Ripken and Pete Rose Lead The Autograph Guest Line
In a recent post I wrote about a sports autograph show at which hundreds of fans stood on line for an hour or two and to meet the Mets’ rookie pitching sensation Noah Syndergaard. They paid, on average, $75 per autograph. To keep the line moving during his 90-minute appearance on a game day, photos were prohibited. “YIKES!” tweeted Gypsy Oak, a sports hobbyist. “For $75 Noah Syndergaard should come to your home, sign 5 items, mow your lawn, AND grace you with a photo.”
TIFF 2015: Five things you need to know
The change of season may be subtle in Toronto, but the signs are apparent that summer is drawing to a close.The leaves haven’t yet begun to change colour, and the birds haven’t yet started flying south — but red carpets have sprung up across the city and some of Hollywood’s biggest stars have begun to flock north.
Roger Federer Stopped a Young Boy from Getting Crushed by Autograph Hounds
Roger Federer was signing autographs for fans after a match at the U.S. Open earlier this week, which caused a minor frenzy. In the thick of it was a young boy, and Federer had security break the scrum, and bring the kid down on the court to get a personal autograph.
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