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Toronto Film Festival 2013 Adds Daniel Radcliffe's 'Horns' and Eli Roth's 'Green Inferno' to Line-UpJuly 31, 2013 11:07:19
In addition to 'Horns', Radcliffe will have his other film, 'Kill Your Darlings', premiered at the Canadian festival which runs September 5-15.
The representative explains that the actor looks skinnier because of his 'very demanding role' in 'The Cripple of Inishmaan'.
Yeezy announces through a 'polite' flyer that his new album won't be available for purchase until the June 18 release.
Radcliffe is not eager to reprise his role as the iconic wizard boy should there be sequels, but says that a cameo as Harry's dad is 'perfect.'
The R'n'B diva declares it's a new day and calls listeners to celebrate her new 'Girl on Fire' single.
The 'Harry Potter' star takes the role of real-life journalist Jake Adelstein, who risks his life to investigate the Yakuza, in Anthony Mandler's film.
The 'Withnail and I' star, Griffiths, passed away on Thursday, March 28 due to complications following heart surgery.
The 'Harry Potter' actor is close to playing Igor in the film based on a classic novel of the same title by Mary Shelley.
One clip shows Nicholas Hoult's zombie R being interviewed about his past by Analeigh Tipton, while the other sees Teresa Palmer believing that the zombies could go back into their human forms.
The 'Woman in Black' actor comments on his steamy scenes with male co-stars in the Beat Generation movie, confessing that 'it was something new' for him.
The 'Harry Potter' lead star is spotted getting lovey dovey with Erin Darke at the Grey Goose Vodka Lounge dinner in Park City, Utah.
Rumor has it, Leonardo DiCaprio gave her away in the low-key nuptials attended by a small group of close friends and family members.
Thanks to her low-budget but high-earning movie 'Black Swan', Portman is deemed a worthy actor to hire.
The Australian musician gets the title of the most streamed song globally for his hit 'Somebody That I Used to Know'.
Radcliffe's 'Kill Your Darlings' and Bell's 'The Lifeguard' are competing in the U.S. Dramatic category, joined by other movies starring Rooney Mara, Jessica Biel, Octavia Spencer and more.