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TIFF Red Carpet: Mila Kunis’s plunging neckline and Liam Neeson’s dramatic exit at the Third Person premiere

TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person

Last night’s premiere of Paul Haggis’s Third Person was a master class in good genetics. Consider this lineup: Mila KunisLiam NeesonAdrien BrodyOlivia Wilde, Maria Bello and Loan Charbanol (and that’s not even counting fellow cast members Kim Basinger and James Franco, who didn’t make it to the Elgin Theatre). The film tells three interlocking love stories set in Paris, New York and Rome. While we couldn’t squeeze a love story about floppy-haired boyfriend Ashton Kutcher out of Kunis, she looked stunning in a plunging white dress by Burberry. Same goes for a yellow-clad Wilde, whose fiancé Jason Sudeikis snuck in quietly with the ticketholders. The most skillful maneuver of the night, however, belonged to Neeson, who, losing patience with the press hoopla, let himself off the red carpet and shot off into the wings. We guess making quick exits are among his very particular set of skills.

TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person
TIFF Red Carpet: Third Person

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