Richard will host events surrounding the Rocky Horror Experience at Fan Expo at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre over the Labour Day weekend, August 31 until September 3.
Here is some info (more details coming soon): “Meet the stars TIM CURRY, MEAT LOAF, BARRY BOSTWICK, PATRICIA QUINN, and NELL CAMPBELL as they assemble for a rare convention appearance. Enjoy the ultimate Rocky Horror experience including screenings of the film with an introduction by one of the stars, panels, photo-ops, autograph sessions and much more.”
Freelance writer Joshua Ostroff and writer Samantha Kemp-Jackson join Richard and Beverly Thomson and CTV NewsChannel’s ‘Behind the Headlines’ panel. This week they weigh in on the best (and worst) way to stop cars from speeding on your street, the legacy of Elvis Presley and more!
Richard sits in with Roger Ashby and the CHUM FM crew to talk about how to buy tickets for TIFF, the death of a stunt person on the set of “Deadpool 2,” what to watch at the Toronto International Film Festival and how Jennifer Lawrence made it to her first Toronto Q&A.
Listen to the whole thing HERE! (Click Roger & Marilyn for July 5, starts at 6:48)
Toronto Star film critic plugs “The Richard Crouse Show” in his Friday column, “The Thrill is Gone for 3D Movies.”
From the Toronto Star website: More than popcorn: The second most common question people ask movie critics, after the name of their all-time favourite film (mine is 2001: A Space Odyssey) is what the job is actually like. Do we just sit in the dark and eat popcorn? I addressed this query and others with fellow Toronto film critics Richard Crouse and Andrew Parker on a recent episode of The Richard Crouse Show on Newstalk 1010. Our film critics’ “showdown” has been archived online and you can listen to it here!
NewsTalk 1010 midday host Jim Richards asks Richard if some of the summer’s most anticipated movies are worth sidestepping the Scotiabank’s broken escalators–Roger Ebert called the vertigo-inducing staircase the “escalator of terror”–and climbing 75 steps to get upstairs instead.
From Sotheby’s International Realty RESIDE Magazine: “Anthony Lemke’s reach is worldwide. As cocky mercenary Marcus Boone on the hit space opera Dark Matter he is seen in 160 countries around the world. Off screen he travels the world as an Official ambassador in Canada for Handicap International. Recruited by a chum from law school—that’s right, he’s also a lawyer—he lobbies for reducing the impact of armed conflicts on innocent civilians in regions ravaged by the use of explosive weapons…” Read the whole thing HERE!