The Toronto International Film Festivals runs from Sept. 8-18

By Jodi Guglielmi
Updated September 01, 2016 01:00 PM
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There will be no shortage of star power at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.

The film festival, which has been described as the largest and most influential of its kind, attracts some of Hollywood’s top players as they gather to promote their respective films throughout the 10-day fest – and put their names on the map for early Oscar recognition.

From Sept. 8-18, a slew of A-list stars will be attending red-carpet premieres, answering fan and critics’ questions at press conferences, attending gala presentations, and of course, partying it up at various exclusive parties and events.

This year’s festival lineup features big-name stars promoting buzzed-about films including Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone for the romantic musical La La Land, Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis, who team up in the action-thriller Colossal, Amy Adams, who stars in Arrival, Lupita Nyong’o for her role in Queen of Katwe, and Bryan Cranston and Jennifer Garner who star as husband and wife in Wakefield.

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Other notable mentions also include a handful of real-life stories being portrayed on screen, such as legendary mathematician Katherine Johnson’s influence on NASA’s race to the moon in Hidden Figures, Natalie Portman’s portrayal of Jacqueline Kennedy in Jackie and Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s turn as Edward Snowden in Snowden.

The festival kicks off with the world premiere of Magnificent Seven on opening night and closes with Hailee Steinfeld‘s The Edge of Seventeen.