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AMAZON’S HOMECOMING TO PREMIERE AT TIFF: Julia Roberts’ foray into the land of streaming will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Amazon’s Homecoming will lead TIFF’s TV line-up with four episodes set to be screened. The psychological thriller is based on the eponymous podcast. Facebook Watch’s Sorry For Your Loss, which is created by Kit Steinkellner and directed by James Ponsoldt, will also screen four episodes. TIFF runs from September 6-16th.

MARVEL DROPS IRON FIST TRAILER: Netflix is revealing a glimpse of Iron Fist’s Season 2 (set to launch September 7th). Finn Jones, unsurprisingly, is still kicking butt. Jessica Henwick is back too, as is Colleen Wing, the villain Davos played by Sacha Dhawan and the now semi-bionic Missy Knight, played by crossing over Luke Cage vet Simone Missick."I’m really excited for people to see this trailer as it really teases what this new season offers – an evolution for the series," new showrunner and executive producer Raven Metzber tells Deadline of the revitalized Iron Fist. "I really hope this gets people excited for what’s in store in Season 2 . I’m just so proud of what we all made together and can’t wait until it premieres."

KEANU REEVES IS SET TO PUBLISH ESOTERIC BOOKS: Keanu Reeves has launched an imprint dubbed X Artists’ Books. Among the rarities set to be published by Reeves and his business partner, artist Alexandra Grant: Zus, a visual essay French photographer Benoît Fougeirol reportedly "structured around the 11 ‘Zones urbaines sensibles’ of Paris’s banlieues that presents the Brutalist peripheries as a failure of both the state and imagination."

ROMA TRAILER DROPS: The Oscar-winning Alfonso Cuaron is teasing his return to the screen after four years of silence. The black-and-white Roma will be distributed by Netflix and will premiere at the Venice Film Festival later this summer. The film chronicles domestic strife in 1970s Mexico City as political trouble roils.

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