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  • Toronto Film Festival: Mia Hansen-Løve finds 'Eden'

    Toronto Film Festival: Mia Hansen-Løve finds 'Eden'
    At the Toronto Film Festival world premiere screening of “Eden,” which covers some 20 years of the French electronic music scene, director and co-writer Mia Hansen-Løve introduced the film with a warning. “People who expect to see a...
  • Toronto: 'Merchants of Doubt' Director Exposes Energy and Tobacco Lobby

    Robert Kenner's "Merchants of Doubt" pulls back the curtain on the illusionists deployed by oil, gas and tobacco companies to use pseudo-science and spin to create an alternate reality in which cigarettes and gas guzzlers are our friends. "The...
  • Batmobile Spotted on 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice' Set

    New photos have emerged of the Batmobile from Zack Snyder's "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" set. The director teased a first look at the car along with an image of Ben Affleck's Dark Knight a few months back, but the new images appear to show the...
  • Bill Hader on becoming a leading man

    Bill Hader on becoming a leading man
    With all respect to Stefon, the gushy club-hopping, seen-it-all, lives-in-a-trash-can-near-Radio-Shack correspondent that Bill Hader played on "Saturday Night Live," the Bill Hader story has everything: A childhood in Oklahoma, a job in a movie theater,...
  • 'Men, Women & Children' portrays Internet's 'idiot generation'

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Adults who should know better engage in plenty of cringeworthy behavior over the Internet in the new film "Men, Women & Children," but director Jason Reitman says don't judge them too harshly. There's the husband and wife having...
  • Layered star Jennifer Aniston takes spotlight in 'Cake'

    TORONTO (Reuters) - The sheer physicality of playing a character in chronic pain was the most challenging part of starring in the film "Cake," Jennifer Aniston said of a leading role that turns one of the world's most glamorous actresses into a bitter,...
  • 'The Imitation Game' takes top prize at Toronto film fest

    TORONTO (Reuters) - "The Imitation Game," a biopic about British mathematician and World War Two code-breaker Alan Turing, won the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday. The film, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Turing,...
  • Box Office: 'No Good Deed' Tops 'Dolphin Tale 2′ With $24.5 Million

    "No Good Deed" topped the box office this weekend and helped reinvigorate a floundering domestic movie business. The Sony/Screen Gems thriller took in $24.5 million from 2,175 theaters, easily beating expectations. Going into the weekend, analysts...
  • TIFF 2014: Five lessons from this year's festival

    TIFF 2014: Five lessons from this year's festival
    As the final screenings are taken in, coffee cups are discarded and press and industry badges are regretfully removed, the chatter can begin—OK, continue—over what rose, sunk and treaded water at the Toronto International Film Festival this...
  • Toronto: 'Imitation Game' Wins Festival's People's Choice Award

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Director Morten Tyldum's "The Imitation Game " (TWC) has won the Grolsch People's Choice Award at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. The pic, which also screened at Telluride, stars Benedict Cumberbatch as...
  • Toronto Film Festival: 'Imitation Game' wins people's choice award

    “The Imitation Game” has won the Grolsch People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, cementing its status as an Oscar-season front runner. Morten Tyldum’s WWII-era drama stars Benedict Cumberbatch as eccentric...