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Supreme Court to Hear Case on Whether ISPs Can Charge for IDing Online Pirates

Supreme Court to Hear Case on Whether ISPs Can Charge for IDing Online Pirates

By The Canadian Press

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The Supreme Court of Canada is shown in Ottawa on Thursday Nov. 2, 2017. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick)

OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear a case over whether an internet service provider can charge a fee for revealing information about a suspected movie pirate to film producers seeking to crack down on people who share copyrighted material illegally.

Rogers Communications Inc. has assembled the identifying information sought by a group of movie producers who want a name to use in filing a lawsuit.

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William Shatner Complains About Ontario Condo Using His Name, Likeness

William Shatner Complains About Ontario Condo Using His Name, Likeness

By The Canadian Press

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In this May 22, 2017 photo, William Shatner poses for a portrait on Monday, May 22, 2017 in Los Angeles. Shatner is objecting to the use of his name and likeness to promote an upcoming condo development in Hamilton. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

HAMILTON – William Shatner is objecting to the use of his name and likeness to promote an upcoming condo development in Hamilton.

The “Star Trek” star, best known for playing Captain Kirk on the original series, set his phasers on a project dubbed “Television City.”

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Actor Henry Cavill Pops In on Royal Winnipeg Ballet

Actor Henry Cavill Pops In on Royal Winnipeg Ballet

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Actor Henry Cavill poses with student dancers at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet on Friday, March 17, 2017. (@RWBALLET / INSTAGRAM)

Hollywood heavyweights in Winnipeg this winter have been taking in the local sights while not busy on area film sets.

The latest actor to appear in public on Friday was Henry Cavill, who is starring in “Nomis,” alongside Stanley Tucci and Sir Ben Kingsley.

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Sir Ben Kingsley to Shoot ‘Nomis’ in Winnipeg

Sir Ben Kingsley to Shoot ‘Nomis’ in Winnipeg

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Sir Ben Kingsley (WIKIPEDIA)

WINNIPEG — Legendary actor Sir Ben Kingsley will soon be in the city to film an upcoming film called “Nomis.”

The Oscar winner, 73, will join Henry Cavill and Alexandra Daddario on the big screen under director David Raymond.

“I can’t wait to go to Canada and freeze my butt off for the first time this winter!,” Cavill said in an Instagram post.

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‘Chucky 7’ Filming Scenes in Downtown Winnipeg

‘Chucky 7’ Filming Scenes in Downtown Winnipeg

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“Cult of Chucky” will begin filming in Winnipeg next week. (UNIVERSAL PICTURES)

WINNIPEG — The seventh installment of the “Chucky” horror series will begin filming in Winnipeg on January 9.

Actress Jennifer Tilly returns for “Cult of Chucky” under writer/director Don Mancini.

The feature film is a continuation in the franchise about a dangerous and possessed doll that first made its appearance on the big screen in 1988.

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‘Fuller House’ Star in Winnipeg for Christmas Movie Shoot

‘Fuller House’ Star in Winnipeg for Christmas Movie Shoot

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Candace Cameron Bure with Green Carrot Juice Company owner Obby Khan on Thursday, October 6, 2016. (@GREENCAROTTWPG / TWITTER)

You may just bump into actor Candace Cameron Bure on the streets of Winnipeg these days.

The “Fuller House” star is in the city filming an upcoming Hallmark Hall of Fame movie called “Back to Christmas.”

Bure posted to her Instagram on Wednesday evening while having dinner with longtime friends in the city. On Thursday, she popped into Green Carrot Juice Company in Osborne Village and posed for a photo with owner Obby Khan.

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Assiniboine Park’s Outdoor Movie Series Kicking Off

Assiniboine Park’s Outdoor Movie Series Kicking Off

Assiniboine Park's 'Movies in the Park' (DAN HARPER / HANDOUT)
Assiniboine Park’s ‘Movies in the Park’ (DAN HARPER / HANDOUT)

WINNIPEG — Now that we’ve had a couple days of miserable weather — and hopefully the last of them — why not get back into summer with some outdoor movies.

The Assiniboine Park is kicking off their Movies in the Park series tonight in front of the Lyric Theatre.

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