Benedict Cumberbatch has been leading the march to Oscar glory since "The Imitation Game" won the Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. He stars in Morten Tyldum's film as Alan Turing, the man who led the chargeShow More Summary
Playing a slick attorney in "The Judge," Robert Downey Jr. traded Iron Man's armor for more tailored threads. The movie, which opened the Toronto International Film Festival in September, is a crowd-pleaser — funny, suspenseful and sometimes quite moving — anchored by a number of...
The festival, devoted to Toronto's inner-city communities, celebrates its 12th year with emerging local talents as well as Canadian and international hits.
The buzz about Adam Sandler's performance in The Cobbler following a premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival hasn't been significant, and that's mostly because reviews of the film itself haven't exactly been glowing. NowShow More Summary
Since "The Theory of Everything" debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, Eddie Redmayne has been at the forefront of the ever-growing Best Actor race. Not that the 32-year-old star, who portrays Stephen Hawking...Show More Summary
From this year's Toronto International Film Festival, ComingSoon.net speaks with director James Marsh about his new Dr. Stephen Hawking film, The Theory of Everything, starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones.
One of my all-time favorite film festival experiences was seeing Xavier Gens’ Frontier(s) twice at the Toronto International Film Festival. The movie was a blast from the past, an action-packed gore-fest that was inspired by The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Since then, he’s only disappointed, delivering the terrible The Horde, and the mediocre The Divide […]
Here’s yet another old-school poster for The Editor (review), which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Canadian lineup. In Adam Brooks and Matthew Kennedy’s film, “A one-time (and now one-handed) master film editor toiling in the cinematic sweatshops of 1970s Italy becomes the prime suspect in a series of brutal murders.” Giallo legend Udo […]
Eddie Redmayne talks to ComingSoon.net about playing Dr. Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything, which premiered at September's Toronto International Film Festival.
After world premiering at the Midnight Madness portion of the Toronto International Film Festival (read Mike’s review here), the Spanish horror [REC]4: Apocalypse is set to open this week in Spain. Bloody Disgusting landed this new motion poster that has Angela screaming for help. In the fourth film, “Angela Vidal wakes up in a high-security […]
Having already grossed nearly 6 million Euros since opening in Germany in late September, Baran Odar's new crime-thriller Who Am I, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, has gotten the attention of Warner Bros. who have bought the rights for an English language remake.
ComingSoon.net spoke with filmmaker Lynn Shelton and actress Keira Knightley about their film Laggies at the Toronto International Film Festival.
One of the most buzzed-about movies at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (not to mention a personal favorite of ours) was the Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything, which stars Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones as the famous British theoretical physicist and his first wife, Jane Wilde. Show More Summary
Jonas Govaerts’ Cub (read our review), which has World Premiered at the Midnight Madness portion of the Toronto International Film Festival last month, screened tonight at Sitges before hitting the London Film Festival on the 14th. With a Belgium release slated for Halloween October 29th, Bloody Disgusting has a quote-filled new one-sheet for the film […]
Weeks after the 39th Annual Toronto International Film Festival has ended, films are still being scooped up for distribution, the latest two being the Liv Ullmann period drama Miss Julie, acquired by Wrekin Hill, and Ruba (Cairo Time) Nadda's October Gale, which went to IFC Films.
Actress Rosemarie DeWitt and her husband, actor Ron Livingston, have a daughter who turns 2 in the spring. "So we're a ways from dealing with all this," DeWitt says in a hotel room during the Toronto International Film Festival.
Adam Sandler isn't a big digital guy. He's copped to as much recently, telling reporters at the Toronto International Film Festival last month that he by and large avoided Twitter (he has an account but rarely tweets from it) and other forms of social media. (He does sort of like Wikipedia.)
The Theory of Everything was brightest among a very small constellation of highlights from last month's Toronto International Film Festival, leaving no doubt that Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones (as Stephen and Jane Hawking) will be up for acting Oscars in February. No trailer can do justice to Theory — a must-see on Nov. Show More Summary
"The Theory of Everything" already has a steady stream of buzz following its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Now, a new trailer for the movie about Stephen Hawking shows more of the love story between Hawking (Eddie...Show More Summary
by Matt Mergener • September 2014 There was a different feeling this year at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). A sense of urgency was in the air, partially due to TIFF’s new rules that directly challenged Telluride for control of world and North American premieres. Show More Summary