Argentine writer-director Ana Piterbarg makes her feature debut at the festival with Everybody Has a Plan (Todos Tenemos un Plan), in which Viggo Mortensen plays dual roles as brothers. Read THR's review of the movie here.
Angela Davis, Shola Lynch and Eisa Davis
Director Shola Lynch is at Toronto supporting her film Free Angela and All Political Prisoners, a doc about Angela Davis, who 40 years ago was accused of being involved in a plot to help Black Panther George Jackson break out of prison. Her niece, Eisa Davis, is an actress and playwright.
Asian Film Summit
From left: Eli Roth, Tom Quinn, Bill Kong, Stephen Fung and Colin Geddes take part in the festival's inaugural Asian Film Summit.
Christopher Walken, Imogen Poots and Yaron Zilberman
Christopher Walken, Imogen Poots and director Yaron Zilberman attend the premiere of A Late Quartet. Read THR's review of the movie here.
Colin Firth signs autographs for fans before the Arthur Newman premiere.
Moderator Henri Behar, producer Weiming Chen, Ziyi Zhang, Dong-gun Jang and director Hur Jin-Ho speak onstage at the Dangerous Liaisons news conference.
David Aukin and Kevin Loader
Hyde Park on Hudson producers David Aukin and Kevin Loader strike a pose on the red carpet, prior to screening the film. Read THR's review here.
Emily Blunt works the cameras on the red carpet for Arthur Newman. The actress participated in the Green Carpet Challenge, wearing a Tory Burch Ethel gown made of 100% reclaimed silk tulle and a recycled brass necklace.
"I am so happy to support Livia Firth and the Green Carpet Challenge by wearing a gorgeous Tory Burch eco-friendly gown at the premiere of Arthur Newman,” Emily said, according to Just Jared. “Livia’s passion and dedication to this project are truly inspiring, and I am thrilled to be a part of it.”
Emily Blunt sparkles at the TIFF premiere of Arthur Newman on Monday. The actress is pulling double duty in Toronto, also promoting her sci-fi film Looper.
Emily Blunt, Colin Firth and Dante Ariola
Arthur Newman's Emily Blunt, Colin Firth and Dante Ariola are ready for their close ups in THR's TIFF video lounge. Their film premiered Monday at The Elgin Theatre.
Jessica Mauboy and Chris O'Dowd
Jessica Mauboy and Chris O'Dowd get cozy in THR's TIFF video lounge, where they promote their film The Sapphires. Read THR's review of the film here.
Laura Linney, Bill Murray and Olivia Williams
Bill Murray is all business as he flaunts co-stars Laura Linney and Olivia Williams on each of his arms. The veteran actor does his best FDR in Hyde Park on the Hudson, which screened Monday. Read THR's review here.
Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, Ray Liotta and Chris Evans
Prior to the premiere of their film The Iceman, Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, Ray Liotta and Chris Evans answer questions during a panel. Read THR's review of the film here.
Ukranian actress Olga Kurylenko glitters in a plunging green gown at the To The Wonder premiere. While in Toronto, Kurylenko is also promoting Seven Psychopaths.
Rachel McAdams channels old Hollywood glamor as she arrives at the premiere of To The Wonder. Read THR's review of the film here.
Ziyi Zhang and Dong-gun Jang
Chinese actress Ziyi Zhang and Korean actor Dong-gun Jang attend a press conference for their film, Dangerous Liaisons. Read THR's review of the film here.
Dwayne Johnson, Matthew McConaughey, Julie Plec, Megan Fox, Chloe Grace Moretz, Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez were among those attending the events in the first few days at San Diego Comic-Con. View gallery
DC Comics and VICE teamed up to give 20 acclaimed artists a white latex reproduction of Batman's famous cowl and cape and asked them to design what they envisioned the Caped Crusader wearing — this is what they came up with. View gallery
Zoe Saldana transforms into Ellen Ripley from "Aliens" while Nathan Fillion taps into his inner Captain Kirk and Chris Hardwick goes "Back to the Future" as Marty McFly in THR's tribute to graphic novels, with the help of illustrator and artist Reid Kikuo Johnson. View gallery