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Susan Sarandon: Watch 'Cloud Atlas' twice|
Not that she's impartial, but Susan Sarandon suggests moviegoers see Cloud Atlas twice. "The second time it becomes really fun. It's kind of like, 'Where's Waldo?'" she says.
Ethan Hawke takes on 'Sinister' role|
With two novels under his belt and a co-writing credit on the Before Sunrise films (in which he plays a writer), Ethan Hawke knows something about the "crazy writer" trope.
'Antiviral' fascinating but uneven|
The ideas in Brandon Cronenberg's Antiviral are often astounding. The execution of those ideas in his horror drama is less so, especially when they become a repetitive refrain in the final act. The result is that Antiviral is a fascinating if uneven debut feature for the emerging Canadian director.
Tom Cruise dines with mystery woman|
Tom Cruise has sparked rumours he is on the lookout for love again after he was spotted dining with a mystery brunette in London over the weekend.
Acting top notch in 'The Master'|
In a way, we've been duped over what to expect from The Master, director P.T. Anderson's deep, dark fable about a Second World War vet who joins a group very much like Scientology (legal disclaimer in the credits notwithstanding).
Jared Leto brings 'Artifact' to TIFF|
When musician Jared Leto and his bandmates in 30 Seconds to Mars hatched the idea to do a making-of documentary for their third album, the 40-year-old singer was hoping to give fans a bird's eye perspective on the then-untitled record.
'Twice Born' cast have TIFF love-in|
Italian actor-filmmaker Sergio Castellitto loves finding two qualities in each of the star actors he casts in his own films. That held true for casting Spanish superstar Penelope Cruz and American actor Emile Hirsch in Twice Born, his Toronto filmfest entry.
TIFF 2012: Live from the red carpet|
We're at it again for Day 3 of TIFF with more live coverage. QMI writers Jane Stevenson and Mark Daniell will be tweeting from the red carpets of Hotel Transylvania and West of Memphis. Tweet us your best celeb shots at #SUNTIFF12.
Doc gets serious about disco
Toronto documentarian Jamie Kastner is known for unserious films about serious subjects (the recession and anti-Semitism, to name a couple). In The Secret Disco Revolution, featured at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, he gives semi-serious treatment to something light: disco.
TIFF spotlights Canadian talent|
For most of the year, for most of the movies, for reasons unknown, crickets are calling in theatres showing Canadian films. The exception this fall is the latest Resident Evil installment, Retribution. That sucker is a guaranteed hit.
TIFF opens with sci-fi film 'Looper'|
There was palpable shock among the "serious" film buffs in town when the Toronto International Film Festival announced that its opening night film would be Looper -- a sci-fi action film with (gulp) Bruce Willis.
TIFF Midnight Madness a squirm-heavy lineup|
The Toronto International Film Festival's yearly Midnight Madness program consistently features some of the most interesting -- or at least harrowing -- fare of the fest. This year's edition of the squirm-heavy program is a corker, with a lineup that runs the gamut from a gritty sci-fi comic book adaptation to a mock-doc on the world's most horrify
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'Iceman' warming up to Oscar?|
Is it too soon for Oscar talk? Viewers leaving a local advance TIFF screening of The Iceman had just enough time to gets their jaws off the ground when the chit-chat began in earnest about Michael Shannon and an Academy Award for the film.