The busy days of the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival have arrived, and I’m frankly living in my bliss. There are hassles and troubles here and there, and it can be annoying managing the schedule, but it’s going great so far.
The boys from U2, Bono and The Edge, walked the red carpet with director Davis Guggenheim last night for the premier of the documentary From the Sky Down, which opened the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.
Bono and The Edge walked the red carpet with Davis Guggenheim for the Toronto International Film Festival ahead of the premier for Guggenheim’s U2 documentary, From the Sky Down.
One of the world’s greatest rock bands stopped at Toronto’s Rogers Centre tonight for the first of two massive shows. The band is of course U2, in town for their 360° Tour, and the crowd went insane as Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen, Jr. all rocked their hearts out.
Last weekend a monster movie took over the cinemas and claimed one of the biggest January openings of all time. The film was Cloverfield, but can the monster keep audiences in theatres, or will Sylvester Stallone‘s return as Rambo draw box office blood? Audiences will decide this weekend, but if neither film is quite your style there are a few alternatives, including the thriller Untraceable, the dance-driven drama How She Move, the spoofy Meet The Spartans, and a concert documentary that lets you enjoy U2 in 3D.