The signs could be pointing to award season accolades for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” after the dark comedy captured the People's Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Angelina Jolie arrives for an interview with the familiar harried air of a parent who has just barely managed to withdraw from her children, all six of whom she's left having breakfast upstairs in their Toronto hotel suite.
The spoon-throwing, football-tossing cult of “The Room” was out in full force at the premiere of James Franco's “The Disaster Artist,” a making-of movie that earned the blessing of the notorious film's creator Tommy Wiseau.
With so many humanitarian crises in the world, it's on everyone to educate themselves and continue pushing for democracy and human rights, Angelina Jolie told a Toronto conference focusing on women Monday.
The kind of breakthrough performance where it's immediately apparent that an actor is going to be a star for years to come is a rarity in movies. Think of Emma Stone in “Easy A” or Jessica Chastain in “The Tree of Life.”
Louis C.K. on Saturday debuted potentially the most audacious film of the Toronto International Film Festival: a very Woody Allen-esque comedy that simultaneously comments on Allen -- and C.K.'s -- controversies.