TIFF 2013 Scenes: Man of Tai Chi, The Art of the Steal, and Assorted Red Carpet Antics
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TIFF 2013 Scenes: Man of Tai Chi, The Art of the Steal, and Assorted Red Carpet Antics

Joseph Gordon-Levitt stages a getaway and Jay Baruchel is hopelessly insecure, just like the rest of us!

Midweek at TIFF brought us more “populist” cinematic fare, by which we mean “the stuff people might actually go to see on cheap Tuesday, if they still had cheap Tuesday.”

Tuesday saw the long-delayed release of Man of Tai Chi, Keanu Reeves’ martial arts epic, and Wednesday brought us a red-carpet premiere for The Art of the Steal, the caper comedy film starring Kurt Russell, Jay Baruchel, Jason Jones and Terrence Stamp. Elsewhere, Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver took their bows for Tracks, which is about a very long camel journey; Joel Edgerton, Tom Wilkinson and Melissa George showed up for the premiere of Felony, an Aussie crime drama; and oh yes, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Scarlett Johannsen arrived for the red carpet premiere of Don Jon, wherein JGL engaged in JGL-style wacky escapades. Oh, JGL, you scamp!

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