TIFF 2009

Tom Cruise rejected for Ledger’s role

Tom Cruise offered to help complete Heath Ledger‘s last film, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, but was rejected by the film’s director, Terry Gilliam, because Cruise had not personally known the late star. Instead, Gilliam hired Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell to play different versions... full story

Keanu Reeves agrees to paternity test

Keanu Reeves, who will be appearing at the Toronto International Film Festival this month to promote his new film, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, insists he has never met the Barrie woman who claims he’s the father of at least one of her children. However, he has agreed to... full story

Galas and presentations added to TIFF lineup

The Toronto International Film Festival has announced the addition of two Gala Presentations — Dorian Gray starring Ben Barnes, and The Private Lives of Pippa Lee starring Robin Wright Penn, as well as eight Special Presentations to this year’s lineup. Included are works from criticallyacclaimed filmmakers Ethan... full story

TIFF tickets now on sale!

Tickets for the Toronto International Film Festival went on sale this morning at 7:00 a.m. Selected Gala screenings at Roy Thomson Hall and presentations at the Visa Screening Room at the Elgin Theatre are still available. Tickets can be purchased online, by calling 416-968-FILM or 1-877-968-FILM, or... full story

Tea Leoni cancels TIFF appearance

Téa Leoni has canceled her appearance at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, where she was to promote her new film, Ghost Town. It’s believed she will stay at home in California with her children because of husband David Duchovny‘s recent announcement that he was entering rehab for... full story

TIFF 2008 – Celebs face off against NHL players

Hollywood celebrities and NHL players will face off against each other Friday (September 5) during the Toronto International Film Festival in the Festival Cup charity hockey game at the Air Canada Centre. The celebs include Juno director Jason Reitman, Tim Robbins, Alan Thicke, D.B. Sweeney and Cameron... full story

TIFF 2008 – Controversial film to debut despite threat

A controversial film that’s been threatened with legal action will go ahead with its screening at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Martin McGartland, who wrote the book that the movie Fifty Dead Men Walking is based on, describes the film as an “entirely false and distorted account of what took place.”... full story

Find out which stars are coming to TIFF!

The 33rd Toronto International Film Festival will welcome over 500 filmmakers, actors and industry insiders, representing the finest in film talent from around the world this year. Celebrities who haved confirmed their attendance include: Anne Hathaway, Antonio Banderas, Benicio Del Toro, Brad Pitt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Charlize... full story

Tribute’s coverage of the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival

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