TIFF 2013 Scenes: Friday Night, Featuring 12 Years A Slave, Prisoners, The Railway Man, Hateship, Loveship, and Parkland
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TIFF 2013 Scenes: Friday Night, Featuring 12 Years A Slave, Prisoners, The Railway Man, Hateship, Loveship, and Parkland

Do you like looking at pictures of famous people attending film festivals? Then we have you covered.

What’s that, you say? Benedict Cumberbatch was not star enough for you on opening night? Well, TIFF has heard your cries for more and responded by giving you Benedict Cumberbatch again—but also Brad Pitt, Paul Giamatti, Michael Fassbender, and Alfre Woodard (for the premiere of 12 Years A Slave, which was massively well-received by the audience); Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Maria Bello, and Terrance Howard (for the premiere of Prisoners); Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman (for the premiere of The Railway Man); Kristen Wiig (for the premiere of Hateship, Loveship); and Colin Hanks, Zac Efron, Tom Welling, and, uh, Paul Giamatti again (for the premiere of Parkland). So many celebrities! So many.

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