Hotties Of The Toronto Film Festival

It’s that time of year again–with no awards ceremonies to show up to, celebrities flock to film festivals, because, like sharks, if they stop moving, they’ll die. Maybe. I’m not super familiar with celeb biology. But I do know that a lot of them are real good lookin’, so let’s look!

(As you will see, the only good source for photos I could find was JustJared; the official TIFF sites have terrible shots, which is weird. I’ll include a link to the articles in case anyone’s curious about, you know, the actual films.)

Now, fear not, my friends, there be Cumberbatch ahead. But since this is my post:

Hello, sailor.

Tina looks fab!

As does my pretend celebrity BFF, Anna Kendrick, although she deserves better-made dresses than that.

…I will never understand it, but I love you all and want you to be happy, so here.

Here are three other British gentlemen, who look like tiny babies to me, but they’re all in their 20s, so, it’s cool, we’re not perverts.

Falcon! He looks so snazzy.

RDJ and his lovely wife were there. He has fun.

More Avengers! And Channing Tatum, who does nothing for me but seems like a nice guy, I guess, and Steve Carrell, who looks great. Very “Everyone’s Favorite English Professor.”

Oh, Amanda Seyfrield, you beautiful bug-eyed alien princess.

Okay, obviously Quvenzhane Wallis is not a “hottie” because that would make us all gross creeps, but look at how pretty she is! Those Oscar-nominated babies, growing up so fast. (Now, Salma? Hottie.)

And I had to include this photo of Kristen Bell because I love her and she’s wonderful but OH DEAR GOD, that is the ugliest article of clothing I’ve ever seen on a human body. I know she’s pregnant, but oh, honey, no. I do not want to build a snowman with that thing.

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28 Responses to Hotties Of The Toronto Film Festival

  1. Sota says:

    Even that lady in the right of that Kristen Bell photo is totally judging her.

  2. flanny says:

    Since we’re talking about boyz, I also want to inform everyone who cares that James McAvoy and my boyfriend Louis Tomlinson played each other in a charity soccer game yesterday and maybe they are BFFs and it was very very cute.

  3. artdorkgirl says:

    I’m pleased that scruffy-batch is having a moment. I certainly need to take one!

  4. summerestherson says:

    Steve Carell is really aging VERY well.

  5. old man fatima says:

    I have a friend who volunteers for TIFF every year, and the quality of her celebrity crushes has really gone downhill. It used to be like 100% photos of Gael Garcia Bernal and Viggo Mortenson, but this year she’s just posting photos of James Franco. God damnit, Val, I rely on you at this time of year for photos of hot men, not James Fucking Franco.

  6. catweazle says:

    Oh lord I have some opinions on some of these outfits. I mean I barely even want to acknowledge the Cumbertastrophe because out of everything terrible he’s ever worn this is the thing that may actually have killed my lady boner (I’m sure he’s super upset about that, my condolences Benny).

    Chris Evans is so close to looking great but I just cannot with guys tucking their pants into their douche-boots.

    Tina and Quvenzhane and Salma all look terrific but I am giving the dress trophy to Amanda Seyfried because that is a crazytown garment but it looks great on her.

    CHANGE YOUR SHOES ANTHONY MACKIE DON’T LET THE CUMBERBATCH VIRUS TAKE YOUR FEET.

    And you know I appreciate RDJ’s whimsical suit in theory but if you’re going to go that direction a) make sure it fits correctly, and b) wear grownup shoes.

    • In Chris’s defense, he fixed his pants in later pictures, so I don’t think they were supposed to be tucked in but just got caught in the boots, which always happens to me as well, CHRIS WE’RE CONNECTED TELL ME YOU FEEL IT TOO

    • msmessica says:

      There is also something about those pants that screams, “I need a better tailor,” which is actually something I think about many celebrity men’s pants but especially usually Chris Evans.

      You have money, tailor your pants better men of Hollywood.

      • msmessica says:

        You know what, there isn’t a pair of pants up there without a baggy knee or a twoo wide thigh. Despicable.

        • I was going to say, now that you mention it, there are definitely all sorts of pants-shenanigans afoot. What’s going on in the men’s fashion world?

        • catweazle says:

          What is ever going on in the men’s fashion world? Men’s fashion is already so limited to totally boring stuff because everybody is afraid to look too flamboyant, but to add insult to injury hardly any boystars get their clothes tailored properly. Plus like 75% of them think it’s acceptable to wear jeans to an event ladies are wearing $8,000 cocktail dresses to so sadly it counts as a victory if they even bother to wear a tie and slacks.

    • taoreader says:

      I just wanna ask–is “lady boner” a thing now? Because I love that phrase and want to use it as often as is appropriate. Or more often even.

      • msmessica says:

        I see it a lot. I learned on Drunk History the other week that Australians call it a “wide on” and frankly I think that’s a dandy little phrase.

  7. msmessica says:

    There is a totally rebellious and anti-establishment teenager still inside me retching at the thought of growing into a the adult I’ve become and finding someone so conventionally attractive…attractive.

    But screw her, I mean come on, I’m a human being.

  8. catweazle says:

    Oh also I’m glad to see the “hotties” tag thriving like this.

  9. I don’t have a problem with Benedict Cumberbatch’s outfit (maybe the horror that is Kristin Bell is just emblazoned on my eyes so everything looks good in comparison). I don’t love the shoes, but the hat is cute and dapper. Tina’s dress is amazing, I need it in my closet.

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