"Good people do really bad things sometimes and they don’t mean to. So, you know, people are flawed."
"You know, Reeves comes prepared, he knows his lines, he knows what he’s doing."
Featuring Gravity, 12 Years a Slave, and Dallas Buyers Club.
And the buzz continues.
Jada Yuan asked an innocent question that may have driven him back to the editing suite.
"That's what Formula One was like in the seventies!"
His new documentary, The Armstrong Lie, was originally about the cyclist's 2009 comeback. Then came the doping admission.
"American Horror Story was like, 'We already own her.'"
"I don’t need a stunt man. Leo, do you want a stunt man?"
His Dallas Buyers Club turn wowed critics in Toronto, and his press flirting is 100 percent effective.
To get Can a Song Save Your Life? Harvey pulled out his secret weapon: film history.
Will a controversial happier ending mean a happier audience?
For her new film, Johannson drove around Glasgow trying to pick up real guys.
Hanging out at the Toronto Film Festival with the two Jakes.
"There are an endless number of fond memories," said Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
The Prisoners star says his time as Wolverine is "nearing the end."
Fashion plate Arlo is back.
Hateship Loveship is not full of laughs.
Take it to the bank.
She has been courting the Toronto Film Festival press on behalf of a professor and her filmmaking mentor, who were arrested in Egypt.
Bill Condon's biopic opened this year's Toronto Film Festival.
Including August: Osage County, Gravity, and Dallas Buyers Club.
August: Osage County, Don Jon, Man of Tai Chi ...