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Spotted at TIFF: J. Lo gets swarmed, Jamie Foxx in a photo booth and Nicole Kidman cuddles a puppy

Buckle up, TIFF fans—the first weekend of the festival had an influx of serious celebrity star power. Here are all the celebs we spotted in the past 48 hours:

J. Lo got her caffeine fix at Bulldog Coffee inside Assembly Chef’s Hall:

Later, she weaved through the iPhone-wielding masses on her way to Baro:

Robert Pattinson hung out with Chris Evans and director Taika Waititi at the Four Seasons:

Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx were spotted arriving at the airport:

Foxx proved his serious photo booth skills at the Four Seasons:

Nicole Kidman is truly living her best TIFF life:

Susan Sarandon and Kerry Washington made TIFF dreams come true by posing for a photo together:

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Sarandon also got a CN Tower shot at Lavelle:

Nicolas Cage signed autographs outside Marbl:

Isla Fisher was spotted at the Four Seasons:

Gary Oldman was also spotted near the hotel:

So was Michael B. Jordan:

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Antonio Banderas shared a moment with Dakota Johnson:

Eddie Murphy got his face made into (latte) art:

Jon Hamm just wanted to drink his beet juice in peace:

He’s not working his angles here, but hey, celebs are people, too!:

But he’s still a fun guy:

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Daniel Craig wasn’t ready for this photo op with Chris Evans and Jamie Lee Curtis. Exhibit A:

Exhibit B:

And, finally, Tom Hanks says hello to the Hustlers:

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