Organizers of the
this morning announced some of their key selections for the Sept. 6-16 event. Here's a look at five trailers to get you in the mood for the fest.
is back behind the camera, directing himself in this film based on a true story of how the
rescued six Americans from
after militant students stormed
in Tehran in 1979. The operation involved a cover story using a fake movie called "Argo." The movie stars Affleck as well as Bryan Cranston,
and John Goodman.
, who was in Toronto last year with the
is back in 2012 with "Looper," which was chosen as the opening-night film. The movie, directed by Rian Johnson, stars our recent bat-friend as a hired gun living in an era where time travel is possible. The film also stars
, along with
and Jeff Daniels.
Bill Murray is back center stage in "Hyde Park on Hudson," playing
. The year is 1939 and he and wife Eleanor are hosting the queen and king of England for a weekend in upstate New York. FDR's complex domestic affairs make the royals' visit unforgettable. In addition to Murray, the Focus Features film directed by
is back with director
in "Anna Karenina," following their collaborations on "Pride & Prejudice" and "
." This well-known Tolstoy story also features
and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
and Ezra Miller star in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," the film version of Stephen Chbosky's 1999 novel of the same name. Chbosky wrote the screenplay and also directed the movie, about a high school freshman's struggles with adolescence.