Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock talks about making the sequel to his Oscar-nominated 'Super Size Me' Friday.
The follow-up, titled 'Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken! 'Who Are We Now' cast members Zachary Quinto, left, Julianne Nicholson, and Emma Roberts reunite with writer/director Matthew Newton, second right, for the film's world premiere Friday at the Toronto Film Festival.
Will the praise be enough to jettison the ice skating tale into the Oscars race?
It's early, but odds look strong for Robbie and Janney.
On the carpet, Hammer posed with his young co-star Timothee Chalamet.
In the movie, which already premiered at Sundance, the two actors play Oliver and Elio, who have a summer romance.
, starring Jennifer Lawrence; Emma Stone and Steve Carell's true-story tennis flick Battle of the Sexes; and Guillermo del Toro's Cold War thriller The Shape of Water. Luke Evans stars as William Moulton Marston, the progressive, feminist psychologist who created the superhero and lived in an "extended relationship" with his wife and another woman.
Professor Marston and the Wonder Woman will make its world premiere at TIFF and arrives on the heels of D. Angela Robinson directed the movie, which also stars Rebecca Hall and Bella Heathcote.UPDATE: Borg/Mc Enroe, a new film about the storied rivalry between tennis stars Björn Borg and John Mc Enroe starring Shia La Beouf as Mc Enroe, will open the Toronto International Film Festival on September 7th.New biopics on the creator of Wonder Woman and disgraced Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding, as well as a comedy crime caper from George Clooney, are among the films set to premiere at the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival.She plays Molly Bloom, the real-life world-class skier who ran a high-stakes poker game investigated by the FBI.On Friday, Stanley Tucci was interviewed along with Emma Thompson, with whom he co-stars in 'The Children Act.' The movie is an adaptation of Ian Mc Ewan's novel about a female judge deciding whether to force a teenage boy (Fionn Whitehead, 'Dunkirk') to undergo a blood transfusion forbidden by his religion.At the Q&A following the Friday night screening, Robbie said she "only spent a couple of hours" meeting Harding, and was afraid to stay longer.