The Toronto Film Festival’s Midnight Madness sidebar will open with Weird: 

The Al Yankovic Story, with Daniel Radcliffe playing the prolific musician behind humorous songs like “Eat It” and “Amish Paradise.”

The latest additions to the Toronto Film Festival also includes the lineups for 

the Discovery and Wavelengths programs unveiled on Thursday.

which reimagines the comic book villain franchise as a queer coming-of-age pic.  

TIFF also announced that its Discovery sidebar will open with Elegance Bratton’s narrative directorial debut The Inspection, 

starring Gabrielle Union and Jeremy Pope in a drama about a young gay man enlisting in the Marines to win his mother’s approval.

The Toronto Film Festival, set to run Sept. 8 to 18, earlier announced that the Working Title and Netflix drama The Swimmers, 

Sally El Hosaini’s drama about real-life sisters on an inspiring odyssey as refugees from 

war-torn Syria to the 2016 Rio Olympics, will open the 2022 edition.