Nowhere Boy, the film about the life of a young John Lennon, traces a path from boyhood to Beatle. Win a copy of the DVD!

Nowhere Boy, directed by Sam Taylor-Wood, offers a peek into the life of John Lennon before the Beatles. In the film, we see the forces that shaped him as a young man. These personalities move around his character like great waves shaping a rock: his mostly absent mother, played with erratic and vulnerable charisma by… Read More »

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She Does The City and Maple Pictures celebrate fantastic new film Nowhere Boy at Banana Republic on Bloor!

Naked Grape wine spritzers in hand, we swayed to fantastic retro beats from the ladies of Bangs and Blush and coveted delicate silver bangles, blouses, and boots at Banana’s Republic’s Bloor St. store last night, all to celebrate the release of Nowhere Boy, Sam Taylor-Wood’s film about the untold story of John Lennon’s rebellious pre-Beatlemania… Read More »

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Pop 5, Brit Edition: Banksy does The Simpsons, Lennon film Nowhere Boy, The Inbetweeners, Dianna Vickers, Ellie Goulding

The Simpsons Gets Dark- Everyone’s favourite yellow family might be dysfunctional, but they’ve never been this bleak. Cue British graffiti artist Banksy! His version of the credit sequence depicts Asian workers killing kitties to stuff Bart dolls and doing some rough things to Pandas and Unicorns. Supposedly a statement on outsourcing animation work to Korea,… Read More »

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