On Movies Archive: September, 2011

Roald Dahl’s beloved “BFG” on its way to screens

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For a writer who died 21 years ago, Roald Dahl manages to maintain exceptionally close Hollywood ties. In 2010, Wes Anderson’s adaptation... Read more

Quay Brothers give world premiere of Mütter Museum film

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Harry Eastlack, whose tissue turned to bone, lives again. So, too, do Chang and Eng Bunker, the Siamese twins who fathered 21 children between... Read more

Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro can’t keep away from each other – or from Philly

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Bradley Cooper. Robert De Niro. Philadelphia. It's a love triangle that just won't quit. Next month, the two stars -- teamed in Limitless,... Read more

Albert Brooks kills in “Drive” – almost literally.

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TORONTO – Albert Brooks isn’t the first guy you’d think of to play a knife-wielding sicko, and that’s part of the... Read more

Brad Pitt talks baseball. Jason Patric works with stuffed wolverine.

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Brad Pitt is in Toronto with Moneyball, his inside-baseball bio of the Oakland A’s Billy Beane, the maverick general manager who took... Read more

George Clooney is on the campaign trail, and on his game, at Toronto film festival

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“Welcome to the George Clooney Film Festival,” cracked Alexander Payne, on stage at the Elgin Theater before the official world... Read more

Sex, intrigue, insanity -- Toronto International Film Festival Day 2

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Answer to yesterday’s question: Is Anonymous this year’s The King Speech? No. A convoluted costume drama with a jaw-droppingly... Read more

George Clooney and U2 kick off Toronto International Film Festival

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Is Anonymous this year’s The King Speech? Is George Clooney a show-off? Are documentaries back? These questions and many more are likely... Read more