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The Toronto International Film Festival has added Brady Corbet’s drama “Vox Lux,” starring Natalie Portman and Jude Law, and Neil Jordan’s “Greta,” with Chloe Grace Moretz and Isabelle Huppert.

The festival also announced Tuesday a total of 46 titles in its Discovery program, which is devoted to up-and-coming filmmakers. The festival will screen 255 features and 88 shorts with 138 being world premieres, including “Greta.” The 43rd Toronto International Film Festival will begin on Sept. 6.

“Vox Lux” and “Greta” have been added to the Special Presentations program. “Vox Lux,” which will premiere at the Venice Film Festival, is a musical drama about a woman who achieves success after a tragic childhood. The film also stars Jennifer Ehle, Stacy Martin and Raffey Cassidy. “Greta” stars Moretz as a young woman in New York who befriends a widow, played by Huppert, who has sinister intentions.

The Discovery program includes Belgian director Lukas Dhont’s ‘Girl,” the story of a transgender teen; Adina Pintilie’s “Touch Me Not,” which won the Golden Bear and the best first feature award at this year’s Berlin Film Festival; and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s “Farming,” starring Kate Beckinsale.

The new additions:

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

“Greta,” Neil Jordan


“Vox Lux,” Brady Corbet

DISCOVERY

“aKasha,” Hajooj Kuka

“ANIARA,” Pella Kagerman and Hugo Lilja

“Blind Spot,” Tuva Novotny

“The Chambermaid,”Lila Aviles

“Complicity,” Darko Sante

“The Crossing,” Bai Xue (opening film)

“The Day I Lost My Shadow,” Soudade Kaadan

“The Dig,” Andy Tohill and Ryan Tohill

“An Elephant Sitting Still,” Hu Bo

“Emu Runner,” Imogen Thomas

“ENDZEIT – EVER AFTER,” Carolina Hellsgard

“The Extraordinary Journey of Celeste Garcia,” Arturo Infante

“Farming,” Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

“Fig Tree,” Aalam-Warqe Davidian

“Float Like a Butterfly,” Carmel Winters

“Girl,” Lukas Dhont

“Gwen,” William McGregor

“Helmet Heads,” Neto Villalobos

“Her Job,” Nikos Labot

“Icebox,” Daniel Sawka

“Jirga,” Benjamin Gilmour

“Light as Feathers,” Rosanne Pel

“Lionheart,” Genevieve Nnaji

“The Load,” Ognjen Glavonic

“Manta Ray,” Puttiphong Aroonpheng

“The Mercy of the Jungle,” Joel Karekezi

“Orange Days,” Arash Lahooti

“Our Body,” Han Ka-ram

“Parade,” Nino Zhvania

“Phoenix,” Camilla Strom Henriksen

“Rafiki,” Wanuri Kahiu

“Saf,” Ali Vatansever

“Screwdriver,” Bassam Jarbawi

“Summer Survivors,” Marija Kavtaradze

“Tel Aviv on Fire,” Sameh Zoabi

“The Third Wife,” Ash Mayfair

“Tito and the Birds,” Gustavo Steinberg, Gabriel Bitar, Andre Catoto

“Too Late to Die Young,” Dominga Sotomayor

“Touch Me Not,” Adina Pintilie

“Twin Flower, Laura Luchetti

“Woman at War,” Benedikt Erlingsson

Source: Variety

Natalie Portman is nearing a deal to direct an untitled film about Esther and Pauline Friedman, identical twin sisters who are better known as the writers behind the syndicated Ann Landers and Dear Abby advice columns, and the Oscar-winning actress also plans to tackle both roles, multiple sources have told Collider.

Katie Robbins (The Affair) wrote the script, and the film will be produced by Peter Saraf and Dani Melia of Big Beach Films, the company behind such indie hits as Little Miss Sunshine and Safety Not Guaranteed.

Born in Iowa in 1918, Eppie (Esther) and Popo (Pauline), as they were nicknamed, were very close growing up, working together at Morningside College’s school newspaper and participating in a double marriage ceremony on their 21st birthday. However, once Eppie accepted a position as the “Ann Landers” advice columnist at the Chicago Sun-Times, Pauline decided to start her own column, which she called Dear Abby. This created a bitter sibling rivalry, and while the two eventually reconciled in 1964, their rift continued for decades, until Eppie passed away in 2002. Eppie and Pauline’s contentious relationship even trickled down to their two daughters, who continued the family feud going forward. Eppie and Pauline’s husbands and editors will serve as key supporting characters in the film, which does not have a start date at this time.

Portman previously wrote, directed and starred in the Israeli drama A Tale of Love and Darkness, so she has experience working simultaneously on both sides of the camera. As an actress, Portman is coming off the acclaimed sci-fi film Annihilation, which struck a chord with critics to the tune of a 87 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. She is currently filming Fargo creator Noah Hawley‘s feature directorial debut Pale Blue Dot, in which she plays an astronaut opposite Jon Hamm, Dan Stevens and Zazie Beetz, and she has also wrapped a pair of high-profile indies — Xavier Dolan‘s The Death and Life of John F. Donovan and Brady Corbet‘s Venice-bound Vox Lux. Portman won an Oscar for Black Swan and earned nominations for both Jackie and Closer. She’s represented by CAA, Agence Adequat and attorney George Sheanshang.

Robbins has worked as a producer on The Affair and as a staff writer on The Last Tycoon. She’s repped by UTA, Aaron Kogan Management and attorney Jonathan E. Shikora.

Source: Collider

Oscar winner Natalie Portman has revealed her chic new retro look for the upcoming film Pale Blue Dot.

The Israel-born actress will be playing astronaut Lucy Cola as she struggles to adjust to life on earth after a successful mission. Portman posted on Instagram yesterday: “In character as Lucy Cola. 📷: @hilstills #sneakpeek”, where she is seen in a black bob wig, blue jumpsuit and lanyard.

Directed by Noah Hawley (Legion, Fargo), Pale Blue Dot explores the theory that astronauts who spend prolonged periods in space may suffer PTSD when they return home.

Portman will star alongside John Hamm, best known as Don Draper in Mad Men, who plays fellow astronaut Mark Goodwin. With Legion star Dan Stevens playing her on-screen husband, Portman’s affair with Goodwin quickly turns to obsession. Also in the film is Deadpool 2’s Zazie Beets. The script is written by Brian C. Brown and Elliot Guiseppi, with filming due to start in the Spring.

The plot is loosely based on the true story of NASA astronaut Lisa Nowak. Nowak made headlines in 2007 for the attempted murder of Cathleen Shipman, whom she suspected of having won the heart of her colleague, Navy Cmdr William Ofelein.

In character as Lucy Cola. 📷: @hilstills #sneakpeek

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Fueled by jealousy, and wearing space nappies to avoid toilet breaks, Nowak drove 900 miles from Houston to Orlando only, she claimed, to “confront” Shipman.

Early that day, Nowak followed Shipman’s car into the airport and knocked on the window, claiming to need a lift. When Shipman rolled the window down, Nowak sprayed her with pepper spray. Shipman escaped in time to call the police, who later found a trench coat, BB gun, bin bags and an eight-inch knife in Nowak’s car.

Nowak was arrested on charges of attempted murder and kidnapping, and a year later entered a reduced guilty plea of burglary and battery. In 2010 she received an “other than honourable discharge” from the Navy, and has now all but disappeared from public life. The case became known as the “NASA love triangle”.

Source: Telegraph