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“Hysteria” star Hugh Dancy promotes his romantic comedy set in 1880s London. Dancy plays Dr. Mortimer Granville, a hapless doctor who stumbles upon inventing the vibrator.  (Aaron Vincent Elkaim / Associated Press)
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“Hysteria” star Maggie Gyllenhaal speaks at a news conference for her British period piece in which she plays the daughter of a doctor (Pryce) who specializes in women’s medicine.  (Aaron Vincent Elkaim / Associated Press)
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“Hysteria” director Tanya Wexler, left, actor Hugh Dancy, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal and actor Jonathan Pryce.  (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Filmmakers Amr Salama, left, Ayten Amin and Tamer Ezzat of “Tahrir 2011" pose for a portrait during the festival. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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“Lovely Molly” actress Alexandra Holden. (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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Director Eduardo Sanchez helms the thriller “Lovely Molly.” (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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A woman waits behind a barricade prior to the gala for the comedy “Starbuck.” (Darren Calabrese / Associated Press)
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“Starbuck” director Ken Scott hits the red carpet gala for his film Sept. 14. (Nathan Denette / Associated Press)
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“Starbuck” star Patrick Huard leaps for a photo at the premiere for the film. (Nathan Denette / Associated Press)
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Director Jay Duplass, left, and actor Mark Duplass arrive at “Jeff, Who Lives At Home” premiere. The film stars “How I Met Your Mother’s” Jason Segel and “The Office’s” Ed Helms. Read more about the film here.  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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“Jeff, Who Lives at Home” actress Kate Aselton. (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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Actress Andrea Riseborough, director Madonna and actress Abbie Cornish arrive at “W.E.” premiere at Roy Thomson Hall.  (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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Director Madonna greets fans at the “W.E.” premiere. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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Actress Abbie Cornish, who plays Wally Winthrop in Madonna‘s “W.E.,” arrives at the film’s premiere.  (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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Co-director of TIFF Cameron Bailey, producer Nekisa Cooper, actress Adepero Oduye, writer-director Dee Rees, actors Kim Wayans and Pernell Walker attend the “Pariah” premiere.  (Jerod Harris / Getty Images)
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Actors Michelle Yeoh and David Thewlis attend “The Lady” premiere at Roy Thomson Hall. The film tells the story of Burmese democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi, played by Yeoh.  (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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“Coriolanus” star and director Ralph Fiennes, left, poses with his costar Gerard Butler at their film’s press conference. Fiennes plays Caius Martius Coriolanus and Butler plays his sworn enemy Tullus Aufidius in the contemporary spin on the Shakespearean drama.

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“Coriolanus” star Gerard Butler winks for a photo onstage at a press conference for the Ralph Fiennes-directed film.

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“Intruders” star Clive Owen poses for a portrait. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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“Beloved” (Les bien-aimés) writer/director Christophe Honore and actor Louis Garrel pose for a portrait. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Madonna arrives for the premiere of her film “W.E.” (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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“Crazy Horse” director Frederick Wiseman.  (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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“Footnote” director Joseph Cedar. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Eddie Redmayne, left, and Chloe Moretz pose together at an event for the film “Hick.”  (Jerod Harris / Getty Images for vitaminwater)
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Writer Andrea Portes attends an event for the film “Hick.” (Jerod Harris / Getty Images for vitaminwater)
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“The Moth Diaries” actress Lily Cole. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Actor Nick Krause. (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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Director Daniel Nettheim. (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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“Alcatraz” and “Jurassic Park” actor Sam Neill.  (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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Director and actor Ryan O’Nan. (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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Actress Amara Miller. (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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“Rise of the Planet of the Apes” actress Freida Pinto. (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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“Lovely Molly” actress Alexandra Holden. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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“The Hunter” star Willem Dafoe plays a mercenary sent to Tasmania in search of a tiger.  (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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Alicia Silverstone arrives for the “Butter” premiere. She plays Julie Emmet in the film.  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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“Butter” writer Jason A. Micallef attends the premiere. (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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“Butter” star and producer Jennifer Garner arrives at “Butter” premiere. Garner plays Laura Pickler, a smug butter-carving competitor who is likened to Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann. Read more about the film here.  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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“Butter” director Jim Field Smith speaks onstage. (Alberto E. Rodriguez, Getty Images)
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“Butter” star Olivia Wilde attends the premiere for the film. Wilde plays Brooke Swinkowski, a brash stripper who attempts to beat Jennifer Garner‘s Laura at her own game, who closely resembles Diablo Cody. Read more about the political satire here.  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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Actress-producer Jennifer Garner and actresses Yara Shahidi and Alicia Silverstone arrive at “Butter” premiere at Roy Thomson Hall.  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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Composer Mateo Messina arrives at “Butter” premiere. (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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“The Moth Diaries” actor Scott Speedman, actress Sarah Bolger, director Mary Harron, actress Sarah Gadon and actress Lily Cole. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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“Damsels in Distress” actors Adam Brody, Greta Gerwig, Carrie MacLemore, Analeigh Tipton and director Whit Stillman.  (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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“A Funny Man” actor Nikolaj Lie Kaas, director Martin P. Zandvliet and actor Lars Ranthe pose for a portrait. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Marissa O’Donnell arrives at “Peace, Love & Misunderstanding” (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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Actor Kyle MacLachlan arrives at “Peace, Love & Misunderstanding” premiere.  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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Carrie MacLemore of “Damsels in Distress” poses for a portrait. (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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“Damsels in Distress” actress Carrie MacLemore. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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“Damsels in Distress” actresses Greta Gerwig, left, Analeigh Tipton and Carrie MacLemore. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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“Damsels in Distress” star Adam Brody attends the film’s premiere at the Elgin.  (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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Adam Brody, former star of the television show “The OC,” pauses to sign autographs at the “Damsels in Distress” premiere.  (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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“Crazy, Stupid, Love” actress Analeigh Tipton premieres her new film “Damsels in Distress.” (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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From left to right, actor Chase Crawford, director Bruce Beresford and actor Nat Wolff of “Peace, Love & Misunderstanding” pose for a portrait.  (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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“Gossip Girl” actor Chace Crawford attends the premiere for his new film “Peace, Love & Misunderstanding.”  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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“Albert Nobbs” star Glenn Close poses for a portrait.  (Carlo Allegri / Associated Press)
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From left to right, Chris Pratt, Jonah Hill, Brad Pitt, Philip Seymour Hoffman and director Bennett Miller attend a news conference for “Moneyball.”  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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“Moneyball” star Brad Pitt.  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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“Moneyball” stars Brad Pitt and Philip Seymour Hoffman.  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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James Franco at a party for the film “Killer Joe,” which stars Matthew McConaughey.

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Milla Jovovich arrives at a festival party thrown by Sony Pictures Classics.  (Sonia Recchia / Getty Images)
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Rachel Weisz is seen at the party for her film “The Deep Blue Sea.”  (Alexandra Wyman / Getty Images)
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Actors Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt at a festival party.  (Alexandra Wyman / Getty Images)
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Colin Farrell, left, and musician Dave Matthews pal around at a festival party.  (Jerod Harris / Getty Images)
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Gina Gershon attends the premiere of her film “Killer Joe,” which also stars Matthew McConaughey.  (Jonathan Leibson / Getty Images)
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Antonio Banderas at a party for Sony Pictures Classics.  (Sonia Recchia / Getty Images)
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Chloe Moretz, left, whose film “Hick” premiered at the festival, sticks close to Bryce Dallas Howard (“The Help,” “50/50"), at a party thrown by Sony Pictures Classics.  (Sonia Recchia / Getty Images / Sony Pictures)
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Glenn Close at a party for the film “Killer Joe.”  (Jerod Harris / Getty Images)
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“Killer Joe” actress Juno Temple embraces Emile Hirsch, one of her co-stars in the film, at a festival party.  (Jerod Harris / Getty Images)
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Famed director Francis Ford Coppola, whose “Twixt” screened at the festival, talks with reporters.  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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Actor Ethan Hawke at a party for “Killer Joe.”  (Jerod Harris / Getty Images)
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Val Kilmer, who stars in Francis Ford Coppola‘s “Twixt,” arrives at a news conference for the film.  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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Producer Craig Chapman, left, and actress Elizabeth Di Prinzio at the Hugo Boss / GQ Party. (Peter Bregg / Getty Images)
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“Take This Waltz” actor Seth Rogen  (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Actors Emily Blunt and Ewan McGregor at the “Salmon Fishing In The Yemen” party.  (Joe Scarnici / Getty Images)
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“True Blood” actor Alexander Skarsgard at the Hugo Boss / GQ Party.  (Peter Bregg / Getty Images)
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Actress Juliette Lewis attends the “Martha Marcy May Marlene” premiere  (Joe Scarnici / Getty Images)
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Actresses Anna Faris and Emily Blunt attend “A Dangerous Method” party.  (Alexandra Wyman / Getty Images)
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Actress Stacy Keibler attends the “A Dangerous Method” party.  (Alexandra Wyman / Getty Images)
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Actress Kate Mara and actor Emile Hirsch attend the “A Dangerous Method” party.  (Alexandra Wyman / Getty Images)
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Actors Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson, director Sean Durkin and actor Hugh Dancy attend the “Martha Marcy May Marlene” premiere. (Joe Scarnici / Getty Images)
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Actress Elizabeth Olsen attends the “Martha Marcy May Marlene” premiere. (Joe Scarnici / Getty Images)
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Actor Hugh Dancy attends the “Martha Marcy May Marlene” premiere at Ryerson Theatre.  (Joe Scarnici / Getty Images)
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Director/CEO of Toronto International Film Festival, Piers Handling, and managing director of Hugo Boss Canada, Lanita Layton  (Peter Bregg / Getty Images)
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Actress Selma Blair of “Dark Horse”  (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Actor Jay Brazeau, actress Gabrielle Miller, actor Cory Monteith, Ben Ratner, Gabrielle Rose, Leena Manro, actress Camille Sullivan, director Carl Bessai, and actor Dustin Milligan of “Sisters & Brothers” (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Actress Karine Vanasse, director Leonard Farlinger and actor Rossif Sutherland of “I’m Yours” (Matt Carr / Getty Images)
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Singer/songwriter Fefe Dobson (Aaron Harris / Getty Images)
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Filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola attends the premiere of “Twixt”  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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George Clooney at “The Descendants” news conference.  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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Shailene Woodley at a news conference for “The Descendants.” (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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Ben Foster speaks onstage at the “360" news conference. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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Musician Chris Cornell arrives at the “Pearl Jam Twenty” premiere.

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Filmmaker Cameron Crowe arrives at the “Pearl Jam Twenty” premiere.  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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Robert De Niro arrives at the gala for “Killer Elite.”  (Darren Calabrese / Associated Press)
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Clive Owen arrives at the “Killer Elite” premiere. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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Ben Foster and a guest at the BlackBerry Inside Film Lounge. (Joe Scarnici / Getty Images)
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Tilda Swinton attends the “We Need to Talk About Kevin” dinner.  (Jeff Vespa / Getty Images)
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Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock attends Cinelan Cocktail Hour at the Filmmakers Lounge.  (Alexandra Wyman / Getty Images)
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“Wilde Salome” actress Jessica Chastain attends Kate Spade New York’s and Bryce Dallas Howard‘s “Celebration of Women In Film.”  (Alexandra Wyman / Getty Images)
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“Rise of the Planet of the Apes” star Freida Pinto arrives at the BlackBerry Inside Film Lounge.  (Joe Scarnici / Getty Images)
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Kate Mara, left, and actor Max Minghella attend the Alliance Films Press Party. (Jonathan Leibson / Getty Images)
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Comedian Sarah Silverman attends the Alliance Films Press Party.  (Jonathan Leibson / Getty Images)
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Cee Lo Green performs at the Alliance Films Press Party. (Jonathan Leibson / Getty Images)
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“Moneyball” actor Philip Seymour Hoffman attends the Alliance Films Press Party.  (Jonathan Leibson / Getty Images)
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Marisa Tomei attends the premiere of “The Ides of March.”  (Nathan Denette / Associated Press)
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Evan Rachel Wood attends the screening of “The Ides of March.”  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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Rob Lowe laughs during the news conference for the film “Breakaway.”  (Frank Gunn / Associated Press)
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Jason Reitman speaks at Talent Lab at TIFF Bell Lightbox.  (Joe Scarnici / Getty Images)
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George Clooney arrives at the “Ides of March” premiere.  (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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Ryan Gosling, right, walks the red carpet with his mother Donna at the “Ides of March” debut.  (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
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Gerard Butler attends the Artists For Peace and Justice cocktail event “Painting The Night Red” at Ame.  (George Pimentel / Getty Images)
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Host Paul Haggis arrives at the Artists For Peace and Justice cocktail event. (George Pimentel / Getty Images)
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Keira Knightley at the press conference for “A Dangerous Method.”  (Chris Young / Associated Press)
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Viggo Mortensen, right, and Keira Knightley hold up a Canadian hockey jersey at the “Dangerous Method” press day.  (Chris Young / Associated Press)
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Megan Fox attends Toast the Cast of “Friends With Kids” reception, hosted by Michael Kors, Vanity Fair’s Krista Smith and Red Granite Pictures.  (Toby Canham / Getty Images)
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Jon Hamm and director/actress Jennifer Westfeldt attend the Toast the Cast of “Friends With Kids” reception.  (Toby Canham / Getty Images)
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Megan Fox and Adam Scott attend the Toast the Cast of “Friends With Kids” reception.  (Todd Williamson / Getty Images)
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Arielle Kebbel, left, and Christopher McDonald attend “The Brooklyn Brothers Beat The Best” premiere. (Clinton Gilders / Getty Images)
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Women in wigs and dresses walk along King Street to promote a make-up app for the iPad or iPhone at the Toronto International Film Festival.  (Genaro Molina, Los Angeles Times)
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A woman stands in front of the Tiff Bell Lightbox Theater, which projects the symbol of the Toronto International Film Festival onto the sidewalk.  (Genaro Molina, Los Angeles Times)
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Paul Wu and his son Nolan, 2, seem overwhelmed by a mural of paparazzi at the Tiff Bell Lightbox Theater. The mural is part of a show titled “Fellini Spectacular Obsessions” in honor of the Italian director. (Genaro Molina, Los Angeles Times)
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie navigate the red carpet for “Moneyball.”  (Frank Gunn / Associated Press)
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Large spray cans created by artist Thierry Guetta, aka Mr. Brainwash, in David Pecaut Square during the Toronto International Film Festival.  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Actors Brad Pitt, right, and Jonah Hill attend the news conference for “Moneyball.”  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Actors Philip Seymour Hoffman and Marisa Tomei attend a news conference for the George Clooney-directed movie, “The Ides of March.” Both Hoffman and Tomei star in the film.  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Actors Brad Pitt, center, Jonah Hill, left, and Philip Seymour Hoffman attend the news conference for their latest film, “Moneyball.”  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Actor George Clooney attends the news conference for “The Ides of March,” which he directed.  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Actors George Clooney, left, and Ryan Gosling share a light moment at a news conference for the Clooney-directed movie, “The Ides of March.”  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Actors George Clooney, left, and Ryan Gosling at a news conference for the Clooney-directed movie, “The Ides of March.”  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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A woman adjusts a movie poster, which features the merged faces of actors George Clooney and Ryan Gosling, for the Clooney-directed film, “The Ides of March.”  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Heejin Park poses between wooden cutouts of Canadian Mounties with film equipment in David Pecaut Square during the Toronto International Film Festival. The public art was created by Thierry Guetta, aka Mr. Brainwash, in association with the festival.  (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Actress Elisabeth Shue with her husband, “From the Sky Down” director Davis Guggenheim.  (Sonia Recchia / Getty Images)
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Actress Elizabeth Shue attends the opening night gala screening of “From the Sky Down,” a documentary about the band U2 directed by her husband, Davis Guggenheim.  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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The Edge and Bono of U2 attend the opening of “From the Sky Down,” the documentary about the band and its time recording 1991’s “Achtung Baby.”  (Sonia Recchia / Getty Images)
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Actress Bryce Dallas Howard attends a screening of “Restless,” directed by Gus Van Sant.  (Evan Agostini / Associated Press)
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Actress Mia Wasikowska attends a screening of “Restless.”  (Evan Agostini / AP)
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Director Gus Van Sant arrives at the premiere of his new movie, “Restless.”  (Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)
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Artist Thierry Guetta, aka Mr. Brainwash from “Exit Through the Gift Shop” fame, attends the film fest’s opening night party.  (Sonia Recchia / Getty Images)
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Actor Allan Hawco attends TIFF‘s opening night party.  (Sonia Recchia / Getty Images)
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