TIFF '12: Tuesday Edition
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TIFF ’12: Tuesday Edition

Shots from last night's red carpets.

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TIFF is a magical time in Toronto, when you can be in line for a coffee and suddenly, you realize that’s Dustin Hoffman’s unmistakeable voice ordering a cappuccino next to you. While Toronto likes to pretend that we’re terribly sophisticated to the point of studied boredom for most of the year, during TIFF the city gives up this public pretence and becomes unrepentantly starstruck.

On Monday, TIFF welcomed home one of Toronto’s own: Rachel McAdams—a London, Ontario native and graduate of York University’s Theatre Program—was resplendent in green at the premiere of Terrence Malick’s moody romantic drama To the Wonder at the Princess of Wales Theatre. Much of the star-studded cast of The Iceman, the true story of contract killer Richard Kuklinski, turned up to frolic at the premiere, which was also held at the Princess of Wales. Attendees at that screening included a charming Chris Evans and an apparently shellshocked Winona Ryder. Meanwhile, the Elgin Theatre played host to the premiere of Dante Ariola’s new dramatic comedy, Arthur Newman. Co-stars Emily Blunt and Colin Firth were both on hand to celebrate the occasion.

CORRECTION: September 12, 2012, 12:45 PM One of this post’s photo captions originally misspelled Winona Ryder’s name.