Yesterday was the start of the 35th Toronto International Film Festival and the big events were the opening gala film (Score: A Hockey Musical) and the opening night party.
The MuchMusic Video Awards were the toast of the town yesterday, with dozens of hot celebrities walking the red carpet and greeting their fans before the show.
Umbrellas were the fashionable accessory of the night as the rain fell on Beverly Hills during the 2010 Golden Globe Awards. Held at the Hilton Hotel’s International Ballroom, the event drew some of the biggest names in entertainment, who all walked the red carpet, while getting more than a little wet in the process.
Sunday was a decent day at the festival, but another one of those days where I realized there are just too many great things going on during the Toronto International Film Festival to make anyone feel accomplished. No matter how much I do, I’m missing ten other amazing events.
What’s that, more photos you say? Yes, indeed. Interviews and other goodies are coming, but after waiting for over four hours for this event I had to post some teaser photos from Oprah Winfrey‘s red carpet for the film Precious by author Sapphire.
Writer Diablo Cody, director Karyn Kusama, and star Megan Fox helped kick off the Midnight Madness programme at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday, September 10 with the gala red carpet for their horror film, Jennifer’s Body.
Director Quentin Tarantino was in Toronto yesterday to promote his latest film, the war drama Inglourious Basterds, which screened at the Scotiabank Theatre.
Tarantino chatted with the press, met with fans, signed autographs, and posed with an action figure of himself, before heading into the theatre to introduce the film.
Oscar buzz followed actress Anne Hathaway as she walked the red carpet and met fans for the gala screening of her new film Rachel Getting Married at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival.
Joining Hathaway on the red carpet were co-stars Rosemarie Dewitt, Debra Winger, and writer Jenny Lumet.
Roy Thomson Hall was surrounded last night, September 5, as dreamy-eyed Brad Pitt fans took pictures and tried to get a glimpse of their favorite big screen star.
In town for the Toronto International Film Festival, Pitt walked the red carpet with the writing, directing and producing fraternal duo, Joel and Ethan Coen for their new film, Burn After Reading.
The cast of The Secret Life of Bees walked the red carpet and met with fans for the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival on Friday, September 5.