The Toronto Worldwide Movie Fest is one among The A.V. Membership’s favorites. It’s effectively run, it doesn’t have the madness of Cannes, and Canada’s a chill place to go to. Plus, it will get rattling close to each film value testing in a given calendar 12 months, it appears like. So we get excited when TIFF proclaims its lineup—and as Deadline studies, this 12 months isn’t any completely different, with nearly each movie that’s been talked about as a doable Oscar contender subsequent 12 months premiering on the fest. Right here’s an inventory of a few of the most noteworthy titles making an look at Toronto this 12 months:
- I, Tonya, the biopic the place Margot Robbie acts out Olympic determine skater Tonya Harding’s insane hit on her rival Nancy Kerrigan
- Darkest Hour, which hides Gary Oldman beneath some eerily correct Winston Churchill prosthetics
- The Mountain Between Us, a.okay.a. Idris Elba and Kate Winslet Attempt To Survive A Aircraft Crash
- Stronger, the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring Boston Marathon movie that’s in regards to the man who misplaced each his legs, not the one the place Mark Wahlberg is a cop who says Boston received’t stand for that sort of nonsense
- The Present Struggle—Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon play Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse, they usually each need to deliver you electrical energy, you good-looking satan, you
- Three Billboards In Ebbing, Missouri—the brand new movie from Martin McDonagh (In Bruges, Seven Psychopaths) so you understand it’ll have copious swearing
- Battle Of The Sexes, the film the place Emma Stone’s Billie Jean King teaches Steve Carell’s Bobby Riggs that ladies know play tennis
- Girl Walks Forward—Jessica Chastain performs a girl who paints a portrait of Sitting Bull, so actually a movie the place you’re watching paint dry
- Hostiles, the place Christian Bale’s Military captain escorts a Cheyenne chief and his household throughout harmful territory. Maybe a valley filled with Jessica Chastains making an attempt to color their household portrait?
- The Form Of Water—Guillermo Del Toro’s new one, so it’ll in all probability be good
- Downsizing—Alexander Payne’s new one, so it’ll in all probability be good
- Mom!—Darren Aronofsky’s new one, and it’ll in all probability be bananas
And that doesn’t even embrace new works from Terrence Malick, George Clooney, Dee Rees, and extra. Deadline has the total record in the event you care to see simply what number of quality-looking movies they’ll stuff into one pageant. .
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