John Travolta, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dustin Hoffman are among the stars with new films headed to the Toronto International Film Festival.

The festival unveiled dozens of movies Tuesday that are set to screen at the annual movie marathon, including seven new galas and 17 additional special presentations.

Travolta stars alongside Christopher Plummer in Philip Martin’s “The Forger,” a drama about a former art prodigy and thief who buys his way out of prison to spend time with his ailing son.

“Maggie” features Schwarzenegger as a Midwestern farmer whose daughter (Abigail Breslin) turns into a cannibalistic zombie, while Hoffman and Kathy Bates star in “Boychoir,” about an orphaned 12-year-old boy who struggles to succeed at a prestigious music school.

Also screening at the fest are “Clouds of Sils Maria,” starring Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart; “Ruth & Alex,” with Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton; and Thomas McCarthy’s “The Cobbler,” featuring Adam Sandler as a shoe repairman.

The film festival also announced it is featuring eight films from South Korea in its sixth annual City to City program and that the new Claire Denis film “Here is the Concatenation” would lead its short film line-up.