Last night's big premieres saw a parade of celebrities meandering down Toronto's red carpets. The Fifth Estate was the star-studded festival's opening gala film, a look into the WikiLeaks scandal, and newly minted It Boy Benedict Cumberbatch told Hello! Canada editors that his favourite thing about TIFF is all the interviews. Give it some time, Benedict - we'll ask you again next year! Carice van Houten, Daniel Bruhl and Dan Stevens joined him on the red carpet.
The Big Chill's 30th anniversary screening was a blast from the past, especially for cast-mates Glenn Close, Mary Kay Place, Kevin Kline, JoBeth Williams, Meg Tilly and Tom Berenger. The film, which charts a few decades in the lives of a group of once-idealistic baby boomers, originally premiered at TIFF 30 years ago.
Finally, Only Lovers Left Alive saw Tom Hiddleston (or, Woody Allen's F. Scott Fitzgerald in Midnight in Paris... swoon) and Mia Wasikowska looking incredibly sleek and sexy. Kind of a pre-requisite for playing a vampire!
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