Fifteen A-list stars you can expect to see this year at TIFF
Toronto’s first all-IRL International Film Festival in two years is upon us, and after the pandemic hiatus from the usual star-studded festivities, the city is once again welcoming big celebrities. Here are 15 A-listers you can expect to see at TIFF 2022.
Realized by Black Swanby Darren Aronofsky The whale stars Fraser as a reclusive, morbidly obese writing teacher who teaches online and never turns on his webcam. For his powerful portrayal of a rock bottom man, Fraser received the prestigious TIFF Tribute Award, which has been a precursor to Oscar gold in the past.
The Perfect the star’s new movie, Alice, darling, makes its world premiere at this year’s festival. The movie was filmed last year in Northern Ontario, and Kendrick and his co-stars have been spotted there on multiple occasions. If we’re lucky, Kendrick will also be spotted in Toronto next week.
Britain’s (sometimes literally) screen queen stars in celestial fall the new film from director Sam Mendes, Empire of Light. The film also features fellow British film royal Colin Firth, who Colman starred with in the 2021 TIFF selection. Mothers Day.
James Bond actor to reprise his role as Benoit Blanc in Rian Johnson Knives out after, Glass onion. The film is one of the most anticipated of 2022 and has an absolutely stacked cast, including Edward Norton, Leslie Odom Jr. and Kate Hudson, all of whom we hope to see sipping cocktails at one of the hot spots. celebrities during the festival.
The former One Direction member stars in my policeman as a young policeman in 1950s Britain who forms a love triangle with his wife (played by Emma Corrin, The crownof Princess Diana) and a museum curator (David Dawson). Styles was recently in town to play back-to-back sold-out shows at Scotiabank Arena.
Williams stars in Steven Spielberg’s latest film, The Fabelmans, inspired by the iconic director’s childhood passion for filmmaking and the family dynamics that fueled his work. A TIFF regular, Williams has been spotted on the party circuit in recent years. Here’s hoping she and co-star Paul Dano make an appearance this year.
The Molly’s Game the actor will be present this year at TIFF for the premiere of The good nurse, about a hospital nurse who suspects that her colleague (played by Eddie Redmayne) is secretly killing patients. Chastain is a regular at festivals, and last year she posed for selfies galore with ecstatic fans.
The former teen idol stars in The Greatest Beer Race, the story of a merchant sailor who accepts a bet to personally deliver a case of beer from New York to his army friends in Vietnam. The film also stars Russell Crowe and Bill Murray.
Jackman stars in The son, a family drama that makes its North American debut at this year’s festival. The latest work from acclaimed French director Florian Zeller, the film features an all-star cast including Laura Dern, Vanessa Kirby and Anthony Hopkins.
The Oscar-winning actress stars in The female king, a highly anticipated film based on the true story of Agojie, the African kingdom of the all-female military regiment of Dahomey. Davis also takes part in the festival’s conversation series alongside director Gina Prince-Bythewood. The two will talk in depth about their journeys in Hollywood and the making of their current collaboration.
women who talk, based on the novel of the same name by Miriam Toews and directed by Sarah Polley, features an all-star cast including Foy, Frances McDormand and Rooney Mara. The film will have its world premiere at TIFF and hopefully bring several stars to the Toronto red carpets this month.
The first two episodes of The Handmaid’s TaleThe fifth season of will premiere as part of the festival’s Primetime schedule, which features new episodes of popular TV shows. In addition to his starring role, Moss also directs and produces for the acclaimed show. Accustomed to festivals, she has been seen countless times on the red carpets of the city.
The international pop superstar will be present at this year’s festival to present his short film, Very good, about 35 millimeters. Swift will also chat with festival CEO Cameron Bailey about her work as a musician and filmmaker.