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Shawn Mendes's Documentary Is Coming To Netflix Canada Next Month & It Looks Amazing

We could all use a little more Shawn in our lives, am I right?
Shawn Mendes's Documentary Is Coming To Netflix Canada Next Month & It Looks Amazing

Pickering-born pop star, Shawn Mendes just announced the release of his upcoming Netflix documentary, In Wonder, and fans couldn't be more excited!

The "Treat You Better" singer took to Twitter yesterday to debut the trailer and notify fans that it will be available on Netflix Canada November 23.

The film initially premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.

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Fans can expect a very intimate look at the 22-year-old's journey as a musician and rise to fame.

"You first get on the stage and ego comes rushing in," he says in the trailer.

"And it goes, ‘Don’t mess up.’ And about 30 seconds in you go, ‘Oh yeah, I’m just a guy and I love music. Time to surrender.'"

"If I tell the world that I’m just a normal human, are they going to stop coming to the shows?"

In Wonder will include candid interviews with Shawn, discussing his career, his childhood, and his romantic relationship with fellow pop star, Camila Cabello.

Anna Kendrick Keeps Posing For Pics With Fans All Over Toronto & In Cottage Country

Kendrick was everywhere in Ontario for her latest flick.

Beloved actress Anna Kendrick has been spotted all over Ontario while working on her latest film Alice, Darling, but she's still taking the time to pose for pics with fans throughout production.

According to IMDB, Alice, Darling, is a psychological thriller that follows the story of a young woman stuck in an abusive relationship who "unwittingly" becomes a participant in an intervention hosted by a couple of her closest friends.

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Italy Fans Tore Up The Streets Of Toronto After Euro Cup Win (VIDEOS)

England fans looked absolutely devastated. 😩

Toronto's Little Italy erupted in celebrations after the UEFA Euro 2020 men's soccer championship final on Sunday.

Italy went up against England on their home turf at Wembley Stadium in London, and instead of the cup going "home" to England, the cup went to Rome. The match ended 1-1 after a full 90 minutes and even through to extra time, which forced the game to end with penalty kicks against the two teams.

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Toronto's Johnny Orlando Talks Music, Dating & Drake (VIDEO)

“My fans are the only reason that I have any relevancy whatsoever.”

With hit songs like "Adelaide" and "Everybody Wants You," Toronto artist Johnny Orlando has already achieved great success, and he's only 18 years old.

In an interview for Narcity’s qNa series, the young singer talks Toronto, dating, Drake, and what it's like making music videos during a pandemic.

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The Blue Jays Just Won In Front Of The Biggest Crowd Since The Pandemic Started

A lot of them were ignoring the stadium's mandatory mask policy.

While Toronto fans tuned into the Blue Jays vs. Rangers game from home, spectators in Arlington, Texas attended in huge numbers — the biggest crowd at a professional sporting event since the start of the pandemic, according to the Toronto Star.

Photos of the game show Globe Life Field packed to the brim with close to 40,000 fans, many of whom weren't wearing masks.

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