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Nicole Kidman and Brad Pitt lead Hollywood stars at the Toronto International Film Festival

September 7, 2013
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Nicole Kidman, Toni Collette, Dakota Fanning and Susan Sarandon led Hollywood's glamorous ladies as they arrived for the Toronto International Film Festival.Nicole, 46, was the picture of elegance on Friday when she turned out at the premiere of The Railway Man wearing a chic tailored suit with black lace floral detailing. Nicole completed her look with pointed black heels, striking dark pink lipstick and swept her blonde hair into a low bun.

Nicole Kidman

Little Miss Sunshine actress Toni Collette chose a smart black halter neck dress and black heels to promote her latest silver screen venture, Lucky Them. The 40-year-old Sydney-born actress was joined by her co-star Ryan Eggold, Emily Wachtel at the premiere which revealed that Johnny Depp takes on a surprise cameo role.Looking stunning in a long sleeved blue silk dress, Dakota Fanning promoted her latest film The Last of Robin Hood with Hollywood legend, Susan Sarandon. The pair, who play mother and daughter in the film, were joined by their co-star Kevin Kline.

Dakota Fanning

Adding a touch of male Hollywood glamour were the likes of Brad Pitt and Hugh Jackman. Brad, whose wife Angelina Jolie has recently relocated the couple's children to Australia while she films World War II drama Unbroken, wore a smart black suit and an open white shirt and he attended the premiere for 12 Years A Slave.The film, a free black man who was kidnapped and sold into slavery, also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Sarah Paulson and Benedict Cumberbatch.

Stars including Daniel Radcliffe, Benedict, and his Atonement co-star, Juno Temple were out in force to represent British talent.Also flying the flag for the UK was Colin Firth, whose fashion-designer wife Livia accompanied him on the red carpet at The Railway Men.

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