Spotted: Justin Timberlake bowing down, John Legend rolling up in shades, and A.J. Calloway looking fresh to death

As the Toronto International Film Festival hits its halfway mark, more than a few A-listers we’ve been eagerly anticipating finally made an appearance in the flesh.

The caffeine got to Kate Hudson’s head…

… giving her all the energy she needed to teach Mark Wahlberg what Snapchat is:

Jennifer Garner spent some time at the Bay:

John Legend stopped by Brassaii before his talk at the Bloor Cinema about TIFF’s Vanguard movies:

Sandra Oh closed TIFF by putting off packing in favour of poutine:

Michelle Rodriguez finally made an appearance, starting the day by visiting Brassaii...

…and concluding it by confirming that she’ll vape even if both her hands are bound:


Local auteur Bruce LaBruce partied with some club kids at Bovine Sex Club:

Genre-bending rapper Saul Williams got his hair done at The Fitting Room…

…and BET hallmark A. J. Calloway followed suit soon after:

Lennox Lewis sent us a fist bump from the Nollywood afterparty at the Shangri-La. Lagos, Nigeria is Toronto’s film industry city-to-city partner this TIFF:

Matt Damon and Casey Affleck travelled to their Princess of Wales screening with a full posse:


Frequent Drake collaborator Director X was on spin duty at a Canadian Film Festival party:

Cynthia Nixon stopped by to check out what the fuss is all about at Calii Love on King Street West:

Tatiana Maslany got in touch with herself:

Helena-Alexis Seymour picked up some socks for the season:

And Justin Timberlake bowed to the spirit of the festival:



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