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The 40th Annual Toronto International Film Festival came to a close yesterday, wrapping up another inspiring and successful year for Canadian, U.S. and international films.
The Canadian-Irish film Room took home the award for People’s Choice, while running documentary Hurt won the Toronto Platform Prize.
The fest kicked off with A-listers like Matt Damon, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock making the rounds, but that doesn’t mean week two was any less shiny. Here’s what the second week of TIFF looked like.
What’s the complete opposite of unattractive? That’s how Penelope Cruz looked.
Gerard Butler gave the warm September weather his seal of approval.
Top model turned actress Analeigh Tipton turned the red carpet into the runway during the premiere of Mississippi Grind.
Ryan Reynolds didn’t bring wife Blake Lively as his date, but his crowd selfies have earned him a pass.
Sarah Silverman proves that you can look stunning and still have fun at the premiere of I Smile Back.
Anna Kendrick’s Mr. Right took advantage of TIFF and scored a distributor.
Joshua Jackson did a quick scan and confirmed that, as usual, he and girlfriend Diane Kruger are the best looking couple in the room.
Actress Nina Dobrev travelled home to Canada to promote her hilarious new slasher flick The Final Girls.
Selma Hayek was on hand to promote Septembers of Shiraz.
eTalk’s Jessi Cruikshank scored a red carpet proposal. A November wedding sounds nice.
Cynthia Nixon and Christopher Abbot look like they should be playing a couple, not a mother and son duo in James White.
And finally, Kate Mara wondered where Shia Labeouf left his brown bag mask for the red carpet.