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TIFF 2021: 11 A-List Celebs That You May Actually Spot In Toronto

TIFF 2021 is revving up in Toronto, and while things may look a little different this year, plenty of big celebs will still be in attendance — so get ready to fangirl.

On Thursday, September 2, the Toronto International Film Festival announced the lineup of A-list talent still planning on attending the festival in person.

This year you can keep an eye out for Benedict Cumberbatch, Jessica Chastain, Keira Knightley, Sigourney Weaver, Denis Villeneuve, Dionne Warwick, Steven Soderbergh, Andrew Garfield, Kenny G, Vincent D'Onofrio, Richard Jenkins, and more, according to TIFF's recent press release.

Toronto has already become somewhat of a hot spot for celebrity sightings, with Mila Kunis, Anna Kendrick, Jeremy Renner, Daisy Ridley, Julia Stiles and Elliot Page filming around the GTA this summer. Now, with TIFF almost in full swing, you can expect to see even more of your favourite actors.

The festival runs from September 9 to 18, which leaves you plenty of time to spot a celebrity grabbing a bite to eat or running errands around the city.

Along with previously mentioned A-listers, the full list of attendees can be found on TIFF's recent press release.

COVID-19 regulations for the festival will require attendees to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or alternatively provide proof of a negative test result within 48 hours before entering any TIFF venue.

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