Leigh Blickley, HuffPost Canada

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Recent articles by Leigh:

Hollywood's Mid-Budget Comedies Aren't What They Used To Be

Mel Gibson made $25 million for "What Women Want." The entire budget for "What Men Want" was $22 million. → Read More

'Game Of Thrones' Season 8 Photos Are Dark And Full Of Secrets

Winter is here, and clues are coming. → Read More

The Dance Scene No One Wanted: An Oral History Of The 'She's All That' Prom

How a choreographed prom dance set to Fatboy Slim's "The Rockafeller Skank" helped define a banner year for teen cinema. → Read More

There's Something Fishy About 'Vice' Getting So Many Oscar Nominations

Adam McKay's Dick Cheney "biopic" tells us nothing about the most powerful vice president in history. → Read More

'Hell Has No Wrath Like A Millennial Scorned': Lawyer Suing Fyre Festival Gives Updates On Case

Ben Meiselas appears in both Hulu's and Netflix's documentaries on the juiciest scam of 2017. Today, he just wishes we'd all listened to 50 Cent. → Read More

What To Expect From 'True Detective' Season 3, Another Crime Show Set In The Ozarks

The return of Nic Pizzolatto’s HBO series, now starring Mahershala Ali, is an attempt to transport fans back to the existential days of Rust Cohle. → Read More

The Awards Show Host Is Dead

Dear 2019 Oscars producers: There is no such thing as a good awards show host. You're better off hiring no one. → Read More

The Awards Show Host Is Dead

Dear 2019 Oscars producers: There is no such thing as a good awards show host. You're better off hiring no one. → Read More

'Bird Box' Is A Bad Movie, So Why Do So Many People Like It?

The undercooked apocalypse movie is the latest installment in the win-some-lose-some cultural experiment that is Netlix. And in terms on online popularit... → Read More

The Gut-Wrenching Story Behind 'Colette,' The New Keira Knightley Movie

Three years after writer and director Richard Glatzer died of ALS complications, his widower and collaborator Wash Westmoreland is releasing their final ... → Read More

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Entertains Some Crucial 'Game Of Thrones' Theories Ahead Of Season 8

He didn't tell us when the HBO series is returning, but Jaime Lannister discussed surviving until the final season, the fate of Cersei and Gendry’s inexp... → Read More

Hopefully You Stuck Around For Those 'Sharp Objects' Finale Post-Credits Scenes

In two hazy sequences, we get more of what we might have expected from the HBO series all along — bread crumbs that help piece together this slow-to-unfu... → Read More

'Laguna Beach' Producer Dishes On The Greatest Reality TV Beef: LC Vs. Kristin

The drama on the MTV hit wasn't scripted, says executive producer Gary Auerbach. But he did consult TV drama writers when working on the show. → Read More

It's Time To Welcome Katherine Heigl's Comeback

The fallen "Grey's Anatomy" star has returned to TV as a series regular in "Suits." Is the vox populi ready? → Read More

Steve Burns Is On The Hunt To Find The New Star Of 'Blue's Clues'

Whip out your handy-dandy notebook, because the beloved host of everyone's favorite ’90s Nickelodeon program is back on the case. → Read More

'The Meg,' A Movie About A Humongous Prehistoric Shark, Is Ridiculous. But What Did You Expect?

If you like the "Deep Blue Sea" genre of filmmaking, this Jason Statham vehicle is perfect for you. → Read More

'Bachelorette' Star Becca Kufrin Says She And Fiancé Garrett Yrigoyen Did Discuss Political Views

He issued an apology after he liked posts mocking immigrants and trans people on Instagram. → Read More

How Ali Wong's Stand-Up Became The 30-Something Woman's 'What To Expect'

"Hard Knock Wife" is truth serum for all the moms out there looking for camaraderie, and all the pregnant women searching for unfiltered guidance. → Read More

‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’ Won’t Let You Escape Its Utter Corniness

It’s summer and we’re drained from the disturbing headlines pouring in day after day. Maybe the schmaltz of "Mamma Mia 2" is just what we need. → Read More

You'll Really Miss Robin Williams After Hearing The Voicemails He Left For Billy Crystal

Marina Zenovich, the director of "Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind," explains the bittersweet experience of making her documentary. → Read More