- Sakimi Chan, a Canadian digital artist, takes us on a Disney-based, anime-inspired gender bender and makes us think about how our favourite fairytales would change if Disney's well-known female characters were male instead. by Corrina Allen
- Movies about wine have an erratic track record, but they are best served with a glass in hand. In fact, a good bottle of wine might even blind you to the shortcomings of a few movies on this list. By Jonathan Doyle. Wine recommendations by Erin Henderson.
- It's been 102 years since the 'Titanic' sank on April 15, 1912. But how much of what you know about that fateful night is based in fact and how much is based in film? While James Cameron was obsessive about getting many details right in his 1997 Oscar-winning blockbuster, he was careless about many others. Here's a look at 11 of his film's most egregious errors. By Jonathan Doyle
- If you're going to spend two hours with a character, it helps if they change in some way. Sometimes they discover a new way of looking at the world and sometimes the world discovers a new way of looking at them. Thanks to major changes in hairstyle, wardrobe and even gender, these characters experience the most memorable movie makeovers. By Jonathan Doyle
- If there's one thing Hollywood loves, it's taking a tried and true idea and making it "new" again — hence, the steady stream of remakes, reboots and spinoffs popping up in theatres (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, anyone?). What the movie industry isn't so great at is finding quality leading roles for women. A recent survey found that movies with female leads make more money at the box office, but women in the film world are still fighting for space in a male-dominated business. That made us think: what if the next time Hollywood's itching to remake a movie, they switched things up by casting a woman in a lead role originally played by a man? by Corrina Allen
- Critics panned them. Audiences booed them. People who'd never even seen them were offended by the mere concept of some of these movies. But the stars? They didn't care—they love their cinematic missteps and they aren't afraid to tell us. by Corrina Allen
- The world according to Lindsay Lohan is a very strange place indeed. Her latest claim? She would have been cast in The Avengers had her agent just “tried a little harder.” To which we say, thank you, secret agent man, for not subjecting us to that ridiculousness and, no doubt, countless other cinematic atrocities. Can you imagine: Lohan as Thatcher? LiLo in Wonderland? No? These absurd visual aids should help. By Jonathan Doyle