Have no idea what movies are debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival and which ones you should be caring about? For starters, click through the gallery below to see tons of professional portraits of Kristen Wiig, Kate Winslet and more from #TIFF13, plus scoop on the must-see movies they're starring in.
The F Word
Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan star in The F Word, a film where two friends become more than friends. Don't they make a cute pair?
The F Word
Joining Zoe and Daniel in The F Word is Adam Driver from Girls, Megan Park from Secret Life of the American Teenager, plus Michael Dowse. The film hits on Valentine's Day 2014 in the UK.
Kill Your Darlings
And BTW, Daniel Radcliffe is two films premiering at TIFF. Here he is with the cast of Kill Your Darlings, which includes Dexter's Michael C. Hall.
All Is By My Side
Imogen Poots, who is a MAJOR up-and-comer to keep your eyes peeled for, stars as Linda in All Is By My Side, a biopic based on Jimi Hendrick's life before he got famous.
And speaking of biopics, Mandela, another TIFF gem, tells the story of Nelson Mandela's life from childhood to becoming South America's president. The gorg Naomie Harris plays Nelson's ex-wife, Winnie.
The Way Way Back star Zoe Levin represented the cast of Palo Alto at TIFF, a film about a group of reckless teenagers growing up in California. The movie also stars Emma Roberts, Chris Messina and James Franco!
The Green Inferno
Here's Eli Roth, the director of the horror film The Green Inferno, where a bunch of America students are taken hostage in the Amazon. Eli's so hot he should be in front of the camera though, amirite?
The Railway Man
Colin Firth might get another Oscar for his role in The Railway Man, a true story based on a victim from World War II who sets out to find the people who tortured him.
The Railway Man
Jeremy Irvine, who you may know as that guy from War Horse, also stars in The Railway Man as the younger version of Colin Firth's character. Not too shabby.
Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin co-star in Labor Day, a film where a woman and her son offer a wounded man a ride before learning that he might be a convict. Uh oh.
Kristen Wiig represented at TIFF For Hateship Loveship, a film with an ensemble cast about a teenager who sets her nanny up with her drug-addicted father. Sounds pretty different from Bridesmaids, honestly.
Toni Collette finds herself in a love triangle with James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Enough Said, James' last film and the one where a divorced woman realizes she's dating her new friend's ex-husband.
The Last of Robin Hood
Kevin Kline, Susan Sarandon, Matt Kane and the very grown-up Dakota Fanning star in The Last of Robin Hood, a film based on the last years of the life of old Hollywood actor Errol Flynn.
In Bad Words, Jason Bateman plays a bitter former spelling bee loser who tries to win the competition as an adult. This sounds hilarious.
The Fifth Estate
And let's end these portraits with a hot one of Benedict Cumberbatch, star of The Fifth Estate, a thriller based on real life events. You're welcome.
Jesse Eisenberg always chooses interesting roles—he's played a zombie-killer, a magician, and Mark Zuckberg, to name a few—and in Night Moves, Jesse (and Dakota Fanning) play environmentalists who plot to blow up a dam. Um...?
That gorg girl from Game Of Thrones, Emilia Clark, teams up with Jude Law for Dom Hemingway, a film about a guy who gets released from a London prison after 12 years.
And speaking of prisons, Rupert Friend plays an intense role in Starred Up, about an angry teenager who gets sent to an adult prison and then coincidentally meets his father there.
August: Osage County
Juliette Lewis joins Hollywood elite like Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep and Abigail Breslin in August: Osage County, about a group of strong-willed women who all return back to their hometown of Oklahoma at the same time.
And yes, that is Taylor Swift but no, she is not trying her hand at acting. Tay stopped by Tiff to support the film One Chance, for which she wrote and produced a song called "Sweeter Than Fiction." Sounds pretty sweet to me.