Toronto transformed into Hollywood this past September as hundreds of celebrities filled the streets of the largest city in Canada during the 35th annual movie movement Toronto International Film Festival. For 10 star-studded days, Yorkville, King Street West and the downtown core of Toronto exploded with action as enthusiastic crowds gathered around the legendary actors and filmmakers that revealed their latest projects.
At sundown, A-list celebrities scoured the city’s hot spots to celebrate their films and mingle with fans. The Roosevelt Room Supper Club was a staple stop for famous film stars like Edward Norton, Robert De Niro, Hayden Christensen, David Schwimmer, Milla Jovovich and a bevy of others who were seen socializing at the sophisticated site.
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Like most aspiring Hollywooders, a young Megan Fox immersed herself in the world of dancing and competitive modelling try outs at five-years of age, winning a bevy of awards by age 13 from the American Modeling and Talent Convention at Hilton Head, South Carolina. Hoping that her luck would continue, she headed to Los Angeles. With baby blues and ravenous dark hair, she successful strutted from the catwalk to the silver screen, with her first appearance opposite Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in 2001’s Holiday in the Sun. “I found the Olsens fascinating in that they were living proof that age, that being young, really doesn’t mean you can’t be in charge of your own career and take it in the direction that you want to take it,” says Fox. In 2004, Fox appeared alongside Lindsay Lohan, another rising star but from another end of the behavioural spectrum, in Confessions of a Teenaged Drama Queen. Read more