Canada Post reveals Christopher Plummer stamp featuring his iconic roles

TORONTO -- Canada Post has revealed a new commemorative stamp honouring late acting legend Christopher Plummer.

The Crown corporation says the Toronto-born stage and screen star played a leading role in selecting the stamp design before he died at his Weston, Conn.

See Full Article



Advertisements

Latest Entertainment News

  • Let computers do it: Film set tragedy spurs call to ban guns

    Entertainment CTV News
    NEW YORK -- With computer-generated imagery, it seems the sky's the limit in the magic Hollywood can produce: elaborate dystopian universes. Trips to outer space, for those neither astronauts nor billionaires. Immersive journeys to the future, or back to bygone eras. Source
  • 'SNL' brings back Jason Sudeikis' Joe Biden to help out the U.S. president

    Entertainment CTV News
    "Saturday Night Live" offered audiences not one, not two, but three Joe Biden's on Saturday night. The NBC variety show opened Saturday's episode with U.S. President Biden, played by James Austin Johnson, bummed out that no one likes him as much as they used to. Source
  • Sister of Halyna Hutchins mourns as investigation into 'Rust' film set shooting continues

    Entertainment CTV News
    The sister of Halyna Hutchins, the cinematographer who was killed on the film set of "Rust," mourned her untimely death in an interview with the Kyiv Post on Friday. "I cannot comprehend (her passing)," said Svetlana Androsovych, who currently lives in Indonesia. Source
  • Picasso's works sell for nearly US$110 million in Las Vegas auction

    Entertainment CTV News
    A selection of 11 Pablo Picasso works have been auctioned for a collective total of more than US$110 million, after being on display for years in a Las Vegas restaurant. Part of the MGM Resorts Collection, the pieces were a hallmark of the Bellagio Hotel's Michelin-starred French and Spanish eatery "Picasso," which is inspired by the artist's life and work. Source
  • Assistant director on 'Rust' was subject of complaints dating back to 2019

    Entertainment CTV News
    An assistant director on the film set of "Rust" was the subject of complaints over safety and his behavior on set during two productions in 2019, two people who worked closely with him tell CNN. Source
  • Zimbabwe's Dangarembga receives German peace prize

    Entertainment CTV News
    VIENNA -- Accepting a prestigious German prize Sunday in honor of her work, Zimbabwean writer and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga called for a "new Enlightenment," saying a fundamental shift is needed to overcome the structures of racial hierarchy that have led to violence in her home country and across the world. Source
  • Scientists have found the new scariest movie of all time

    Entertainment CTV News
    TORONTO -- An annual study monitoring the heart rates of viewers claims to have found the scariest movie of all time, with independent horror flick "Host" beating out 2020's winner "Sinister." Conducted by consumer comparison website BroadbandChoices.co.uk, the Science of Scare Project works to categorically find the scariest movies in existence based on what gets viewers' hearts pumping. Source
  • Harrison Ford reunited with lost credit card in Sicily

    Entertainment CTV News
    MILAN -- Harrison Ford lost his credit card during a stay in a beach town near Palermo, Sicily, but got it back thanks to a German tourist, police in Sicily said Saturday. The tourist found a credit card with Ford's name emblazoned on it Thursday, and turned it in to the local police station in the beach town of Mondello. Source
  • Alec Baldwin was told gun was 'cold' before movie set shooting

    Entertainment CTV News
    SANTA FE, N.M. -- As a film crew and actors in Western garb prepared to rehearse a scene inside a wooden, chapel-like building on a desert movie ranch outside Santa Fe, assistant director Dave Halls stepped outside and grabbed a prop gun off a cart. Source
  • Film crew voiced complaints before fatal on-set shooting

    Entertainment CTV News
    SANTA FE, N.M. -- Alec Baldwin fatally shot a cinematographer on a New Mexico film set with a gun a crew member had assured the actor was safe, a tragic mistake that came hours after some workers walked off the job to protest conditions and production issues. Source