Pop Goes The News — Ellen Page and Nina Dobrev are coming home to Canada this summer to breathe new life into the 1990 sci-fi drama Flatliners.

Cameras are scheduled to roll on the reboot in Toronto from July 11 to the end of August with Page and Dobrev starring opposite Mexican actor Diego Luna.

Pop Goes The News — ABC’s hit drama series Quantico is moving out of Montreal.

The sophomore season will be shot entirely in New York City, state governor Andrew Cuomo announced Friday — a day after filming of season one wrapped in Montreal.

Pop Goes The News — Amanda Seyfried and Clive Owen are returning to Toronto this summer to shoot the thriller Anon.

Both stars have made movies in the city before — Seyfried was in 2009’s Chloe and Owen was in 2007’s Shoot ‘Em Up.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian actor Frank McAnulty died Sunday, according to friends. He was 60.

The Second City veteran had small roles in TV series like Schitt’s Creek and Covert Affairs and appeared in made-in-Toronto films like 2008’s Kit Kittredge: An American Girl.

Pop Goes The News — Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson will be in Montreal this summer starring in a big screen adaptation of the 2005 bestselling memoir by Jeannette Walls.

Joining 26-year-old Larson in The Glass Castle will be Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson.

Pop Goes The News — Where does a Hungarian filmmaker shoot a movie about a man searching for his father in the U.S.? In Canada, of course.

Acclaimed director György Pálfi will be in Ottawa this summer to bring The Voice to life. Cameras are set to roll from June 13 to Sept. 2.