Toronto sets lineup, Regina King to debut Muhammad Ali film
This combination photo shows actor-director Werner Herzog, left, and actress-director Regina King. The Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday unveiled a lineup featuring the directorial debut of Regina King and the latest documentary from Herzog. Toronto, which is set to run Sept. 10-19, has plotted a largely virtual 45th edition due to the pandemic. In normal years, TIFF is the largest film festival in North America. Some of the films will play first at the much smaller Venice Film Festival the week prior in September.
4 things to watch for -- Saturday, September 28th
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How Russell Crowe Transformed Into Roger Ailes
Russell Crowe hit the red carpet Monday night for the premiere of the new Showtime mini-series The Loudest Voice. The Australian actor portrays the controversial Fox News Channel president Roger Ailes, who died in 2017. The show is based on Ailes life, and Crowe had to go through a transformation to look like the portly mogul. It's an incredible likeness of Roger Ailes, who I knew for many, many years. British actress Sienna Miller plays Ailes' wife, Beth, and told Inside Edition, It was a lot of work to transform into Beth, but I loved it. RELATED STORIESFox News' Janice Dean Weeps on Air Over News of Roger Ailes' DeathFox News Architect Roger Ailes Passes Away at 77Bill O'Reilly Questions Megyn Kelly's 'Loyalty' After She Says Roger Ailes Made Fox News 'Look Bad'
"Birdman" cast describe acting on top of acting
"Birdman" cast describe acting on top of acting Michael Keaton and the rest of the "Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)" ensemble cast -- which includes Emma Stone, Naomi Watts, Edward Norton, Zach Galifiankis, Amy Ryan and Andrea Riseborough -- sat down with CBS News' Ken Lombardi to discuss their new acclaimed Broadway-set drama from director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu ("21 Grams," "Babel").cbsnews.com