07:35 PM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 09/16/2013 07:05AM
Who changed out of her wedding gown more times than you thought about doing laundry this weekend?
Here are five things you might have missed if you weren't in Hollywood – or Lake Como:
Originally posted 09/11/2013 11:00AM
Originally posted 09/09/2013 02:30PM
The heady first few days of the Toronto International Film Festival are wrapping up, so how are the heavy hitters doing so far? Here are some of the biggies:
Originally posted 09/09/2013 11:15AM
Got a hankering for poutine and Molson Ice? No wonder: It's time for the Toronto International Film Festival!
With more than 300 films from 60-plus countries being screened, Hollywood's biggest stars come to Canada to promote their next big project. From a pregnant Kate Winslet to a gracious Jared Leto, here's what you missed at TIFF:
Originally posted 09/09/2013 06:00AM
If you haven't changed out of your pajamas since you got home from work Friday night, well, we assume Anna Wintour wouldn't be so happy. So what is turning her frown upside down this ever-fashionable weekend?
Break out your heels because here are five things you might have missed if you weren't sitting runway-side:
Originally posted 09/07/2013 09:00PM
"It's such a pleasure to be able to be here and still be permitted on an airplane," the actress jokes to PEOPLE
Originally posted 09/24/2012 04:15PM
While the Toronto International Film Festival may be over, PEOPLE went behind the scenes to capture some of the world's biggest stars.
Ben Affleck – who was promoting his spy thriller Argo (Affeck directed and stars) told his costars, John Goodman, Bryan Cranston and Alan Arkin to "look mean" while they playfully tossed popcorn in the air during their photo shoot.
"I've never had so much fun whoring myself out for a movie," Goodman joked at the Shangri-La Hotel.
Originally posted 09/15/2012 03:00PM
Some things you totally see coming – that Bill Murray would be a great FDR in Hyde Park on Hudson, for instance. Or that Ben Affleck's Argo, about rescuing American embassy workers in Iran, would somehow nail the Hollywood satire/nail-biting escape genre. (Oh, who are we kidding? It created the Hollywood satire/nail-biting escape genre – and it's getting Oscar buzz to boot.)
Still, some things out of the Toronto International Film Festival continue to surprise, even now that the show's over.
Here are a few:
Originally posted 09/12/2012 05:20PM
Johnny Depp waved to fans, looking calm and casual as he made his way down the red carpet last week at the Toronto International Film Festival.
It could have been just another premiere – another work obligation, another red carpet – for the actor, except he wasn't promoting himself or even a movie he worked on.
By his side: someone who is not a celebrity, but has been thrust into the spotlight nonetheless. In the same week PEOPLE printed a first-look at his new memoir, Life After Death, Damien Echols, one third of the so-called West Memphis Three, stood beside Depp at the Canadian premiere of the Amy Berg-directed documentary, West of Memphis, which Echols produced with his wife, Lorri Davis, about the the 1993 murder case.
Originally posted 09/10/2012 06:00PM
For the past few years, he's played brainy Dan Humphrey on the CW series Gossip Girl, but now, Penn Badgley is ready to take on more serious roles – and be a part-time musician.
In his new film, Greetings from Tim Buckley, Badgley, 25, plays (and sings as) late singer Jeff Buckley.
"For the first time I can say that I'm incredibly excited to be an actor and have done something creative that I'm proud of," Badgley tells PEOPLE from the Toronto International Film Festival. "I really want to focus on is the fact that this is a movie where I'm acting."
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