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Friday, October 27, 2006

People Weekly Magazine

This week our favourite Canadian couple have appeared on People magazine, check it out:

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Ryan Gosling one of the sexiest men alive?

If you think he deserves to be at least on the list that the magazine People makes every year, nominate him in the following link:,27725,1547396,00.html

It is about time that he knows what we think about him!

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Rachel McAdams on Etalk

Rachel McAdams attended the Gemini awards last 19th Of October, she was interviewed by Etalk. The interviewer asked her: "Where's the man?" Rachel replied, "the man is working. He's shooting a film here in Toronto. He's bringing home the bacon and I'm doing all the glamorous stuff." She looked very happy. He then asked what she's going to do next and she said "I'm on a break but I hope to start filming in Africa soon."

Check out the video:

Rachel McAdams Forum.

"Half Nelson" is top nominee at Gotham Awards

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - "Half Nelson," a drama about the bond between a drug-addicted junior high school teacher and one of his students, led the list of nominees for the Gotham Awards, organizers said Monday.
The acclaimed ThinkFilm release picked up nominations for best feature, breakthrough director for Ryan Fleck, and breakthrough actor for its star, Ryan Gosling.
The event, organized by the Independent Film Project, aims to honor "authentic voices" in American movies. Winners will be announced on November 29 during a ceremony at New York's Pier Sixty at the Chelsea Piers,

Four films garnered two nominations each: Paramount Vantage's November 3 release "Babel," Fox Searchlight's "Little Miss Sunshine" and director So Yong Kim's "In Between Days," which does not yet have a domestic distributor.
In addition to "Half Nelson," the nominees for best feature were: Warner Bros. Pictures' crime thriller "The Departed"; New Line Cinema's domestic drama "Little Children"; Sony Pictures' period confection "Marie Antoinette"; and Kino International's buddy art film "Old Joy."
Other nominees for breakthrough director were: Ramin Bahrani for "Man Push Cart"; Laurie Collyer, "Sherrybaby"; So Yong Kim, "In Between Days"; and James Marsh for "The King."
Gosling's rivals for breakthrough actor were: Abigail Breslin in "Little Miss Sunshine"; Shareeka Epps, "Half Nelson"; Melinda Page Hamilton, "Sleeping Dogs Lie"; Rinko Kikuchi, "Babel"; and Channing Tatum, "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints."
The Gotham Awards will also pay tribute to Kate Winslet and Edward Norton. Winslet is in theaters with "Little Children," while Norton starred this year in the indie features "Down in the Valley," "The Illusionist" and the upcoming "The Painted Veil."


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