The Toronto Film Festival has ramped up its star power with titles featuring such top talent as George Clooney, Charlize Theron, Robert Duvall, Natalie Portman and Canadian Michael Cera.
Can’t have a film festival without movie stars. it’s really meaning less to conduct film festeval without them.
There be a one news symposium on Friday, for the purpouse of Overture Films movie, in this purpouse the jeff bridge, ewan McGregor and some of famous people are attended in George clooney at a toronto news coference.
As of late last week, a little frantic army, publicists and agents in Los Angeles was still fretting through the details of George Clooney’s supposed presence at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Seven newly added films will get the red-carpet gala treatment, including “The Men Who Stare at Goats” starring Ewan McGregor as a reporter chasing a tip from an ex-military figure, played by Clooney.
The dark comedy, co-starring Jeff Bridges and directed by Grant Heslov, is Clooney’s second at the fest this year, after the previously announced “Up in the Air,” lensed by Montreal’s Jason Reitman.
On Friday night Mr. Clooney make the gambit party or not? If it is, there will be time for the media? Mr clonnney , right on prompt at 3:455pm. On Friday, flashing his cary grant grin for the media gaggle. That’s why its worked off.
If every one goes according to our arrangement, Mr. Clooney will go during the wringer again on Saturday at a identical news meeting for “Up in the Air” That movie opens on Nov. 13.
Apparently, film festivals are about films. Toronto’s is one of the main festival for get their energy from movie stars.
The movie darkly comic as is “Up in the Air” it starts on Saturday night, directed by Jason Reitman. In that movie Mr. Clooney’s Ryan Bingham is a corporate consultant. The film, from 20th Century Fox, is not screening in Toronto, but it is showing at a film festival with the other films.
From February to a March 7 broadcast date’s are prolonged by the Oscars’ move . Last year Kate Winslet seemed on the verge of exhausting out her spectators with the constant appearances on behalf of “Revolutionary Road” and “The Reader.”.
When it came to shooting “Up in the Air,” said Mr. Reitman, working with Mr. Clooney in fact was not much special from his experience with slightly less glowing stars like Aaron Eckhart on “Thank You for Smoking” and Ellen Page on “Juno.”
But things do get brighter on the promotional side. On returning to Los Angeles from the Telluride Film Festival on Tuesday, Mr. Reitman said he was surprised to see a blazing electronic billboard for “Up in the Air,” with Mr. Clooney’s name sparkling on top.
He said “I’ve not at all outdoor billboard for one of my movies”.