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Actor Aaron Eckhart, who plays Howie Corbett in John Cameron Mitchell's "Rabbit Hole," said he may have gone too far to research his character.
With Danny Boyle's new film "127 Hours" already garnering early buzz at the Toronto International Film Festival, what's next for the Oscar-winning director and his prolific and busy star, James Franco?
Even with the knowledge that she was wearing a meat dress as I photographed her in the photo room, I have to say it was not dripping, nor was it smelly or sticking to her skin. It was however coming apart at the rear…. so of course I made a frame of that.
Woody Allen, 74, laments the aging process at The Toronto Film Festival.
Thirty-five years after its launch, the Toronto International Film Festival has finally got a permanent home
At the Toronto International Film Festival's Filmmaker's Lounge on Saturday, Rainn Wilson (Dwight Schrute of "The Office") out-tweeted four other film industry panelists -- hard-core tweeters all -- in a "Twitter Showdown" with Roger Ebert, hosted by MTV's Dan Levy.
Aussie native Ryan Kwanten is a long way away from his "True Blood" character, Jason Stackhouse, in the new Australian film, "Griff the Invisible", which had its world premiere on Friday at the Toronto International Film Festival.
So it wasn't exactly 127 hours of waiting, but Saturday was not the smoothest day for the 35th Annual Toronto International Film Festival, if the screening delays and theater changes were anything to go by.
Sometimes that line between truth and fiction is so blurry it's hard to tell it's there. First there was the JetBlue flight attendant, Steven Slater, who stormed off his job (and left down the emergency chute) after an altercation with a grumpy passenger -- a true story so odd that it almost had to be fiction.
Worry about the U.S. public education system has brought billionaire Bill Gates into the movie business, with a cameo role in a documentary looking at the "full-on crisis" of undereducated kids, in a school system that's failing to meet their needs.
A (free) lesson in movie acting. From Robert De Niro
"The Vampire Diaries" actor Ian Somerhalder talks about the new season of the hit TV show
Think you know all there is to know about "Star Trek"? Think again!
With the Toronto Film Festival set to kick off on Thursday, organizers appear to have dodged a nasty bedbug subplot that could have turned the 11-day drama into a horror movie.
In her first television interview after her marriage breakup that played out for the world to see, Sandra Bullock told morning chat program the Today show about calling a school in New Orleans ("Um, Hi, it's Sandra Bullock") to donate money, her love of public education, her passion for New Orleans and her adopted baby boy.
The 62nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards are (almost) underway at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles
It has been around 35 years since Punk burst onto the rock scene and drove the complex, shoe-staring indulgence that is prog rock into seeming oblivion. Signs are, though, that prog maye be on the way back.
"The Hills" star Heidi Montag is finding out the downside of super-size new breast implants.
Simon Cowell's The X Factor gets off to a shaky start in UK.
Sean Connery turns 80 amid widespread outpouring of goodwill and tributes.