Actors Gerard Butler, Arnie Hammer, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Oscar Isaac and Taron Egerton get their suit game on at the Toronto 41st Annual Toronto International Film Festival.
While the battery of photographers tend to train their lenses on the ladies gowns – revealing, gaudy, elegant and otherwise – on the red carpet at films festivals, the men are giving a good account of themselves at the 41st Toronto International Film Festival.
Gerard Butler dressed in Ferragamo to a private event for his film The Headhunter’s Calling at The Chase Fish and Oyster, as did actor Arnie Hammer at The Birth of a Nation’special presentation at Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt dressed in Prada at the Snowden film première at the festival.
Dressed in Burberry tailoring, British actor Taron Egerton was appearing at the premiere of animated film Sing, about a koala named Buster who recruits his best friend to help him drum up business for his theater by hosting a singing competition, in which he voices Johnny.
Oscar Isaac was promoting The Promise, a film set during the last days of the Ottoman Empire in which he plays Michael, a brilliant medical student, involved in a love triangle with the beautiful and sophisticated Ana (Charlotte Le Bon), and Chris (Christian Bale), a renowned American journalist based in Paris.