The Toronto International Film Festival has officially announced its lineup and that means that everyone can now start planning which celebs they want to see in town.
And there are A LOT of celebs who have movies playing at the festival this year. Which means plenty of stargazing opportunities for all of us lucky to be in Toronto for the run of TIFF.
So who can you potentially spot at the TIFF 2018 festival? Here's the rundown!
And we'd like to note that, these celebs have not confirmed that they will be in the city, however, they do have starring roles in the movies being screened at TIFF and based on past years - you can mostly bank on them flying to Toronto to walk the red carpet.
Yes, Bradley Cooper's is making his directorial debut with his movie A Star is Born. He's also starring in it. It tells the story of a struggling musician who falls in love with another celeb on our list on our list...
That's right, Lady Gaga will be starring alongside Cooper in A Star is Born. The singer was a part of TIFF last year for her documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two.
To most of us Steve Carell will always be remembered as Micheal Scott of Dunder Mifflin from the show The Office, but of course, he has a career outside that. The Despicable Me movies for example. Well, this year he's promoting a movie where he plays the father of a son struggling with meth addiction called Beautiful Boy.
Roberts is playing a starring role in a movie called Ben is Back where she plays the mother of a troubled son who's return threatens to pull her family's world apart.
You won't find Pattinson playing a vampire in his movie at TIFF this year. He's cast in a sci-fi thriller called High Life where he's a part of a group of criminals in space.
Canadian actor and Golden Globe winner Ryan Gosling also has a movie premiering in his home country at TIFF where he'll be out of this world. His movie is called First Man and is about Neil Armstrong, the first human to walk on the moon.
Hugh Jackman is also showing off a movie based on real life. His movie, called The Front Runner, is about U.S. Senator Gary Hart, who ran for president in 1988 but had to withdraw when an affair he was having was exposed.
Finally, on our list we have Melissa McCarthy, who stars in the movie Can You Ever Forgive Me? as an out of work biographer who starts selling fake documents on the black market.
So get ready for some serious star watching this year in Toronto, TIFF runs from Sept. 6 to 16. Tickets and the full movie lineup can found on the TIFF website.
Source: Global News