Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children, opening on the heels of Divergent and The Fault in Our Stars, caps off a year that has catapulted the young actor into a level of fame he is still trying to understand. Plus: An exclusive clip from Men, Women & Children.
While We’re Young is actually a comedy about fleeing adulthood, filmmaking, and the doc that spawned MTV’s hit series.
This year, A-list actors (Jake Gyllenhaal! Reese Witherspoon! Benedict Cumberbatch! Kristen Stewart!) remarkably reinvented themselves in movies that were not quite as fantastic.
“You know how Meg Ryan has one facial expression?”
In The Good Lie and especially in Wild, the 38-year-old actress has finally rekindled the spark that launched her career.
In an Oscar race like this one, we all win.
With Rosewater, based on the true story of a tortured journalist, the Daily Show frontman stepped behind the camera for the first time. “I think the best decision I made was to be cognizant of my own ignorance.”
The fanboy king and Clerks director has made something shocking, funny, and fresh in Tusk.
In Big Game, an action film that recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, Jackson’s U.S. president cannot throw a punch. But that is not an (intentional) dig at Obama.
Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner, and Ansel Elgort star in Jason Reitman’s movie that reaches for big themes about online life, but just doesn’t connect.
The star of Men, Women & Children explains how the recent leak changed his online behavior, but here’s why he also thinks it’s important for celebrities to be active on social media.
Why everyone’s going to be talking about Jake Gyllenhaal’s performance as a gleefully amoral cameraman in Nightcrawler.
Hayao Miyazaki may have retired, but a new doc about his company offers an unprecedented look at how he worked. Meanwhile, Ghibli’s latest animated release turns an old folktale into something truly epic.
Watch the trailer for Eden, the new movie from Mia Hansen-Løve set in the ’90s French dance music scene, only on BuzzFeed.
TIFF’s a big event for aspiring Oscar contenders. But there’s also a rockin’ midnight movie section.
Proud Canadian Michael Dowse explains what it was like to shoot and set his Daniel Radcliffe/Zoe Kazan rom-com The F Word in his country’s largest city.
In The F Word, Horns, and Kill Your Darlings — all screening at the Toronto Film Festival — the 24-year-old actor gives three very different performances. This, ladies and gentleman, is how you move on from Harry Potter.
The captions on these Toronto International Film Festival images are hilarious. Someone give this caption writer a raise. (via Canada.com and @iD4RO)
At the Toronto International Film Festival, All the Wrong Reasons and McCanick struggle under the spotlight of being Monteith’s last projects.
“To me, you walk around with a Klan hat on or you’ve got a swastika on your arm, you just look like a dope, you know what I mean?”
Director Steve McQueen, star Chiwetel Ejiofor, and screenwriter John Ridley deliver a film for the ages.
Benedict Cumberbatch gives a fine performance as Assange, but it’s not like we haven’t seen this kind of thing from him before. (SPOILERS ahead.)
Aren’t these photos so soothing?
While defending his new film, Yellow, which tells the story of a brother and sister in love, Nick Cassavetes trivializes the act of incest and compares it to same-sex marriage.
Oh, joy: a rare Ryan Gosling has appeared in the wild — alongside “Sexiest Man Alive” contested winner Bradley Cooper and they seem to be friends! Oh and I guess Eva Mendes was there, too.
New stills from Greetings From Tim Buckley show the Gossip Girl star as the late singer. And a beard-free Penn recently performed a live cover of Buckley demonstrating his ability to channel Jeff on stage.
Has this woman officially lost her mind? Madonna made volunteers at the Toronto International Film Festival turn and face the wall because she didn’t want them looking at her when she walked past them. No, really. Read the full story here.
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Stand-up comic and indie auteur Bobcat Goldthwait (“World’s Greatest Dad,” “Shakes the Clown”) discusses his new film after its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last night. “God Bless America” is about a middle-aged man (Joel Murray) who believes he’s doing the world a service when he kills a reality TV star. (via.)
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