Steve Buscemi

Toronto Film Festival: James Franco, Jacob Tremblay films among 14 new special presentations

The Toronto International Film Festival announced Tuesday two gala events, 14 special presentations, and several dozen additional films joining the festival’s 41st lineup.

After leading Lenny Abrahamson’s Room to the festival’s People’s Choice Award last year, 9-year-old actor Jacob Tremblay returns to TIFF in the Special Presentations section as an American child convinced he’s a Mongolian goat herder in Jordan Roberts’ Burn Your Maps, which is set to world-premiere in Toronto. Vera Farmiga and Virginia Madsen co-star in the comedy-drama.

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Man pulls perfect prank replacing family photos with Steve Buscemi

A young man from Wisconsin invited Steve Buscemi to join his family – without telling Steve Buscemi, or his family.

Clare Manion called out her brother Kevin’s prank in a tweet earlier this week that has since gone viral, noting how he had been covertly replacing family photos with snapshots of the Boardwalk Empire actor.

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Tribeca Snapchat competition sets Steve Buscemi, DJ Khaled, Jessica Alba as judges

The Tribeca Film Festival and Snapchat have announced the jurors for their upcoming Snapchat short film competition.

Jessica Alba, Steve Aoki, Steve Buscemi, David Gordon Green, DJ Khaled, Shay Mitchell, and Vashtie will judge the first-ever Tribeca Snapchat Shorts competition. The eclectic group of judges, which includes actors like Alba and Buscemi as well as Snapchat gurus like DJ Khaled, will select 10 winning shorts to be shown at the 15th annual Tribeca Film Festival.

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'Fifty Shades of Buscemi' is here, and it is extraordinary

Steve Buscemi has been Christian Grey all along—or at least that’s what a Fifty Shades of Grey parody from Boo Ya Pictures proposes.

Their Fifty Shades of Buscemi trailer starts off like any other Fifty Shades trailer, with Dakota Jonhson walking through a pristine office as the slowed-down version of “Crazy in Love” plays on in the background. But about 30 seconds in, Buscemi’s voice makes an appearance—and then, eventually, the rest of him does too.

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Park Bench season 2 exclusive clip: Triumph insults Steve Buscemi

In Steve Buscemi’s Emmy-nominated streaming series, Park Bench with Steve Buscemi, the actor is joined by some of his famous friends to discuss the people, places, and spirit of New York City. And when the AOL series returns for season 2, Buscemi’s guests will include Elvis Costello, John Oliver, Amber Tamblyn, Zosia Mamet, Paul Sparks, Robert Smigel, Gilbert Gottfried, Jim Jarmusch, and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.

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Casting Net: Ashton Kutcher, Josh Hartnett cast in James Franco's The Long Home

  • Josh Hartnett and Ashton Kutcher are the latest stars to join James Franco’s adaptation of The Long Home, based on the novel by William Gay which centers around a young man (Josh Hutcherson) who is employed by the same bootlegger who was responsible for killing his father 10 years earlier. Franco will also star. Production has already begun.

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Edward Norton stars in John Oliver's fake movie about infrastructure

John Oliver spotlighted infrastructure—the most thrilling of topics—on Sunday’s episode of Comedy Central’s Last Week Tonight by airing a minutes-long action movie trailer aptly titled Infrastructure.

“We should care just as much when [infrastructure’s] under threat from the inevitable passage of time,” Oliver said. “The problem is, no one has made a blockbuster movie about the importance of routine maintenance and repair. Or they hadn’t until now.”

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