Behind the Scenes at the Toronto Film Festival
New mom Naomi Watts had no problem making a connection with studio photographer Ben Watts-who also happens to be her brother. "Photo shoots are not always that easy," said the actress, who paired a Chanel dress with black leggings for her session. "My brother made it much easier." The occasion was definitely a family affair, with Naomi's newborn, Alexander, waiting for his mom off set.
"In the middle of the whole award season rush, when you are just crushed by one movie or another being so serious and drama, drama, drama, this one will guarantee to keep you smiling," said Jennifer Garner of her Toronto offering, Juno. Garner wore a mod-inspired dress by Dolce & Gabbana and got into the spirit of the shoot as Michael Jackson's "Off the Wall" played in the background.
Kate Bostworth and Sigourney Weaver
"This one's not too shabby," deadpanned Kate Bosworth of her Girl in the Park cast mate, Sigourney Weaver, who was also her photo shoot co-star. Though Weaver had her claws out, the gesture was all in jest at the light-hearted session.
Ryan Gosling and Emily Mortimer
"I hate watching myself on screen," said Emily Mortimer. Ryan Gosling helped get his Lars and the Real Girl co-star comfortable during the shoot and later described her as a "sexpot."
In town to promote Nightwatching, Martin Freeman had no problem mugging for the camera. Freeman was the star of the original British version of The Office, playing the role that has been adapted for American TV by actor John Krasinski.