Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9," ‘Halloween’ & Shane Black’s ‘The Predator’ Set for World Premieres at TIFF

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I am looking forward in attending this upcoming September's Toronto International Film festival, so much anticipated stuff will premiere there, many films that aren't even part of the Venice or Telluride lineups.
Take for example Shane Black’s “The Predator” and David Gordon Green's highly-anticipated “Halloween.” Both will premiere as part of TIFF's Midnight Madness program. 
However, looking a little closer and you notice two Cannes highlights: Gaspar Noé’s “Climax” and "Diamantino." British filmmaker Peter Strickland will premiere “In Fabric”as and “Assassination Nation,” which I didn't like when I saw it in January, will also premiere as part of the program.
Black's "Predator" has been switching release dates left and right and been plagued by re-shoots, however don't discount it just yet. As for Gordon Green's "Halloween" remake/reboot, whatever you want to call it, well, buzz is tremendous for it.
The TIFF Docs section was also announced and it'll include more than 27 feature-length non-fiction films, the kick-off is to open with Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 11/9.” Other potential highlights include Errol Morris' Steve Bannon doc "American Dharma" and Frederick Wiseman's "Monrovia, Indiana."