Will.I.Am and Robert Redford at TIFF ET Canada Party

Robert Redford introducing his film, The Conspirator, at the Roy Thompson Hall Theatre.

Toronto is crawling with stars and there are too many parties to attend in one evening. Last night, I attended the world premier of Robert Redford's film, The Conspirator. James McAvoy, Alexis Bledel, Justin Long, Kevin Kline, and Robin Wright were in attendance as Redford introduced his film to a packed Roy Thomson Hall.

The cast of The Conspirator at Roy Thomson Hall Theatre.

 

Lead actors, James McAvoy and Robin Wright

 

Alexis Bledel looked stunning in her navy blue ensemble next to co-star Justin Long. 

After the film, I went to check out Liberty Entertainment Group's ET Canada Festival Lounge for their Dipdive Night presented by the Black Eyed Peas' Will.I.Am. Among those in attendance were K'Naan, Girlicious, Kardinal Offishall, Suzie McNeil, and the cast of Degrassi.

Liberty Entertainment Group converted the rooftop of a Yorkville parking garage into the ultra chic ET Canada Festival Lounge.

 

VIPs and guests mingling at the invite-only ET Canada party.

 

K'Naan arrived just after midnight, in time for Will.I.Am's DJ set.

 

Girlicious looking very sexy in their slinky dresses.

 

Kardinal Offishall on the ET red carpet.

photo credit: Ryan Kraft

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