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Spotted: Ellen Page loves Patrick Stewart, Helen Mirren loves popcorn, and George Clooney is everywhere

This weekend is the sweet spot for die-hard TIFF-lovers: everyone’s still fresh-faced and happy to be here, and the city seems like it’s overflowing with A-list celebs. So what have all the superstars been up to lately? Let’s get right to it:

Friday night’s rain (mostly) didn’t keep Tom Hiddleston from being swarmed by admirers:

Or Amal and George Clooney from grabbing a drink at Montecito:

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Speaking of George, he was out and about on Friday night, selfie-ing with a star-struck fan in the rain...

And with some Toronto writers:

Aaaaand with a fan at the Shangri-La bar:

Matt Damon was the centre of attention at The Martian premiere:

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Helen Mirren loves popcorn…

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At Byblos, club king Charles Khabouth shared a photo with John Travolta:

Ellen Page hugged her ex X-Men costar Patrick Stewart at Holt Renfrew:

…and Maeby Fünke (a.k.a Alia Shawkat):

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Captain Phillips Oscar nominee Barkhad Abdi took a stroll around U of T:

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Waris Ahluwalia bought some dates at Greenhouse Juice:

Geoffrey Rush hung out at the Thompson Toronto:

And Rachel McAdams popped by the Mongrel Media party (though sadly without her rumoured boyfriend Taylor Kitsch):

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