Summer is slowly starting to wind down, and that means that its time to start looking for celebs to stalk around the city for TIFF.
Toronto’s annual film festival kicks off next week. Like every year before, there will be plenty of A-list people in town for you to catch a glimpse of.
Here’s just a look at some of the most high-profile people who will be in town for the festival this year.
Bradley Cooper is making his directorial debut with a movie called A Star is Born. He's starring in the film as well. It tells the story of a struggling musician who falls in love with another celeb on our list on our list - who is also landing in Toronto next week!
That's right, Lady Gaga is starring alongside Cooper inA Star is Born. The singer is marking a return to the festival after her own movie Gaga: Five Foot Two, was part of it last year.
Roberts is playing a starring role in a movie called Ben is Back, In which she plays the mother of a troubled son who's return threatens to pull her family's world apart.
You likely know Steve Carell best as Micheal Scott from The Office or perhaps as the voice of Gru from the Despicable Me movies. He'll be in the city to promote a much less funny movie, though. He plays the father of a son struggling with meth addiction called Beautiful Boy.
Yes, the actor easily best known as the vampire Edward from the Twilight movies will be in the city as well. The movie he's promoting will be a new genre for him, its a sci-fi thriller called High Life where he's a part of a group of criminals in space, although his most famous co-star will also be in town.
Yes, Kristen Stewart will also be in the six next week. Her film, titled Jeremiah Terminator Leroy, will be the closing movie for the festival.
Canadian actor and Golden Globe winner Ryan Gosling also has a movie premiering in his home country at TIFF. And you can expect it to be literally out of this world. His movie is called First Man and is about Neil Armstrong, the first human to walk on the moon.
Oscar winner Natalie Portman will also be attending the festival this year. She'll be in town to promote her new movie, Vox Lux, which is actually a musical drama film.
So if you're heading out to TIFF get ready for some great stargazing oppurtunites, there's plenty of places you can hang out to see them.