Last night, TIFF 2013 officially started, and if there was a theme to the night it was living legends meet rising super stars. Hollywood A-list hopeful Benedict Cumberbatch unveiled his highly anticipated Wikileaks movie The Fifth Estate, the official opening film of the festival. Not to be outdone by the next generation of superstars, Glenn Close, JoBeth Williams and Kevin Kline held fort at the anniversary screening of The Big Chill. Over at Ryerson Theatre, Mia Wasikowska and Tom Hiddleston heated things up on the red carpet for Only Lovers Left Alive. A fabulous first day of TIFF 2013, indeed! Check out some of the Day 1 TIFF 2013 red carpet photos courtesy of George Pimentel Photography…
Former costars Mary Kay Place, Kevin Kline and JoBeth Williams (above) reunite on the red carpet.
Living legend Glenn Close (above) caused a stir upon arrival at Princess of Wales, as expected.
Was there any doubt that Benedict Cumberbatch, who’s in three TIFF films in total, would have the ladies swooning on the first day of the festival? No sh*t, Sherlock.
Dan Stevens, Alicia Vikander, Bill Condon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Carice van Houten and Daniel Brühl posed together on the red carpet for The Fifth Estate at Roy Thomson Hall.
Don’t call them newcomers! Film vets in the making Mia Wasikowska and Tom Hiddleston flexed their festival muscles at the Only Lovers Left Alive screening at Ryerson Theatre.