Today’s Top Entertainment News – September 10, 2016


‘The Woman Who Left,’ ‘Nocturnal Animals’ Top 73rd Venice Film Festival Awards

t’s a good day to be an American in Venice. Tom Ford‘s “Nocturnal Animals” took the grand jury prize at the 73rd annual film festival.

‘Birth of a Nation’ Debuts to Standing Ovation at Toronto Despite Controversy

The Birth of a Nation” received a standing ovation at its Friday night premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, despite ongoing controversy about the college rape trial of Nate Parker.

Box Office: Tom Hanks’ ‘Sully’ Lifts Off With $12 Million Friday

Tom Hanks helped “Sully” land $12.2 million on Friday night at 3,525 locations, as it eyes an opening weekend of about $35 million.

Toronto: Bleecker Street, Participant Nab Andrew Garfield Drama ‘Breathe’

Bleecker Street and Participant Media have nabbed North American rights to “Breathe,” an inspirational true-life medical drama that will be directed by Andy Serkis.

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