Chase Crawford. He is in Gossip Girl which I don't watch and he was in the Haunting of Molly Hartly which was horrible. That's about all I know of him.
When Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell showed up to the premiere of Moneyball for a minute, before he turned around, I thought it was Christian Bale.
Canadian director David Cronenberg didn't stop to sign anything. Directors can be weird like that. I guess they figure everyone is there for the stars anyway.
Some kid I don't know. Looks like he's in something on the Disney channel. If anyone knows who he is please share it in the comments.
Evan Rachel Wood looking awesome if you ask me.
George Clooney has a reputation for being very generous to his fans on the red carpet and he proved it again at the Ides of March premiere. He made his car let him out at the very end of the carpet and worked his way through everyone. When he accidentally signed the front of my friend's autograph book she made him sign it inside too and he did.
Gerrard Butler, behind the Elgin Theatre, still the worst and most disorganized location of TIFF.
Gerrard Butler at Roy Thompson Hall as well.
Jeffery Wright's expression as I handed him a copy of Basquiat to sign. He looked at it and said "wow, is that really me?"
Jennifer Garden was so nice and so pretty and signed for so many people. She was truly a class act.
Jessica Chastain. To be quite honest, as you can see in this picture, she looked like a real bitch.
Director Joel Schumacher was the first person to arrive for the Trespass premier. He is just a nice, funny, gay old man. It was raining and he was apologizing for the horrible weather as he was signing for people.
Jonah Hill newly skinny and looking to be having a great time.
This is the kid who played Eddie Murphy's daughter in Imagine That. She was cute and classy.
Kiera Knightly. I need not say more.
Kyle MacLachlan is one of those actors who, when they show up on screen you assume something good is going to happen. He stopped to sign my copy of Blue Velvet.
Madeline Carroll. She was in Flipped and Swing Vote.
Director Marc Forster was reluctant to come over but some chanting finally led to his approaching the crowd for some autographs.
In this picture you see Sarah Silverman's reaction to my friend who has just handed her a pen with the lid still on it: "Jesus Christ, do I have to do everything."
Viggo Mortsenson came, signed as much as he could, went inside and then came back out to sign even more once the movie had started. You have to respect that.
Woody Harrelson showed up stoned out of his mind. I expected no less. Even though he missed my copy of Natural Born Killers I still love him.
Emily Blint stopping for a couple of pictures and signatures.