If you're looking for a thriller that will chill you to the core, you need not look any further than the classic story "It" by Stephen King. Both the original and 2017 adaptation are amazing in different ways, but the best part of the new film is the fact there is a sequel coming out in 2019.
Lucky for fans in Toronto, "It: Chapter 2" is filming currently across the GTA. Actors starring in the film, such as James McAvoy, Bill Hader and Jessica Chastain, have been spotted filming in a Mississauga buffet restaurant and at local Pinewood Studios.
Obviously shooting a film like "It: Chapter 2" takes a lot of time and effort due to a complex storyline and intense studio makeup for Pennywise the clown. There are also many overnight shoots to ensure that night-time scenes are shot in good time.
So, after a particularly intense night of shooting the cast portraying the adult "Loser's Club" took to the Yorkville neighbourhood in Toronto to unwind. The actors can be seen goofing off together and sharing a couple of laughs with the film's director, Andrés Muschietti.
The cast was leaving the popular Japenese restaurant "Kasa Moto" before heading out for some drinks at "Amber". It's reported that the cast enjoyed some karaoke while out on the town and coincidently actor and comedian Will Arnet was also seen in the area (we can't confirm if he was actually hanging out with the cast and crew).
The young star has 22 RBIs and 7 home runs in 32 games this season, so he doesn't exactly need help with his hitting, but Blue Jays fans will no doubt be excited to see just how good he can be with some meaningful footwear on as well.
If you're a Toronto millennial and you want to own a house, you should've been making nearly $200,000 a year before you were born.
That's according to a new report from the National Bank of Canada (NBC), released on May 4, which breaks down house prices in Toronto and calculates how long it takes to save up for a down payment on condos and non-condos in various Canadian cities.
The NBC reported that buying the average Toronto down payment on a house or non-condo would take an enormous 24.75 years (or 297 months) while on $183,594 yearly household income and putting away 10% each month.
Buying a Toronto condo isn't that much cheaper now, the NBC said; a Toronto household needs to make $125,202 each year and save up for 51 months to snag a down payment according to the data.
But Toronto isn't even the most expensive city on the list — that honour goes to Vancouver, where residents have to save up for over 30 years to put a down payment on a non-condo.