Here's our first look at spooky superhero Ellen Page and the rest of Netflix's Umbrella Academy

Although we carried exclusive coverage of its comic book predecessor just the other day, it’s been a few months since we’d gotten any new or concrete information about Netflix’s latest superhero show, Umbrella Academy. Based on a series of comics by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá, the series focuses on a fractured family…

Watch comedian Steve Agee intentionally tank an audition for a Zach Braff movie

Any actor will tell you that auditioning is the worst part of the job. The whole awkward, vulnerable experience is only made worse when you have to submit an audition tape—usually a straight-on shot of you standing in an empty room, reading lines to no one from a scene you’ve probably read once before. Frankly, the…

Ellen Page discusses Brett Ratner harassment, remorse about Woody Allen in lengthy Facebook post

By now it’s safe to assume every female actor in Hollywood has experienced harassment—actually, just assume every female everywhere—but it’s always more helpful to hear it from them directly, in dispiriting detail. This afternoon Ellen Page joined the fray with a lengthy Facebook post sharing her experiences working…

Ellen Page on what the U.S. should—or shouldn’t—learn from Canada

“Moving to Canada” has become a common response for many Americans looking to escape the United States’ political ails. But, in the video above, native Canadian Ellen Page notes that there are many problems the country is currently facing that parallel problems in the U.S., including dealing with their own legions of…

Ellen Page probably hopes you’re dying to see this trailer for the Flatliners remake

It’s the question that has haunted humankind, plagued our philosophers, and inspired countless works of art, intellect, and science, all while inspiring our greatest minds to look beyond the rational world: Why can’t we make up our minds about remakes? Actually, the question is, “What happens to you after you die?,”…

Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood go Into The (pointlessly futuristic) Forest

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What would become of American society if the power were to go out permanently nationwide? Odds are we’d be looking at a fairly apocalyptic scenario—something like The Stand, perhaps, except with most people killed by a battle for dwindling resources rather than by a superflu. The new drama Into The Forest, however,…

Into The Forest trailer sees Ellen Page, Evan Rachel Wood face the apocalypse

Here’s the first official trailer for Into The Forest, a Canadian film starring Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood as sisters fighting to survive at the end of the world. Written and directed by Patricia Rozema, Into The Forest is an adaptation of Jean Hegland’s novel of the same title. The trailer lacks the usual…

Gaycation heads home for some introspection in season one finale

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“Everyone was waiting for you to come out,” a fan tells Ellen Page in the finale of Viceland’s Gaycation. Page and her best friend and Gaycation travel companion Ian Daniel are at New York City’s pride parade, days after the U.S. Supreme Court decided in favor of marriage equality. “Myself as well,” Page replies with…