That scream you just heard? That was us finding out that OSCAR winner Leonardo DiCaprio will officially be touching down in Toronto for TIFF!
The actor will be at the red carpet premiere of Fisher Stevens' "Before The Flood".
Miles Teller is getting his boxing on at TIFF this year, starring in "Bleed For This", a story about world champion boxer Vinny Paz, who struggles to return to the ring after an accident leaves him severely injured.
Michelle Williams stars in "Manchester by the Sea", a film about a reclusive handyman who must face his painful past when he returns to his Massachusetts hometown after the sudden death of his beloved older brother.
He might not be starring in anything at the festival, but Justin Timberlake is bringing a documentary that's close to his heart.
"Hand.Line.Cod" explores how traditional practices can be reinvented as forward-thinking, sustainable solutions in the world of cod fishing.
Naomi Watts stars alongside real life partner Liev Schreiber in "The Bleeder" - coming to TIFF!
"Deepwater Horizon" is full of stars, and you can expect to see this guy on the carpet at the premiere!
Your favourite "Aliens" heroine is coming to TIFF!
Sigourney Weaver stars in "(Re)Assignment" with Michelle Rodriguez.
Rachel Weisz stars in "Denial", the true life drama about the courtroom showdown between historian Deborah Lipstadt and notorious Holocaust denier David Irving.
Closing the festival this year, Hailee Steinfeld stars in "Edge of Seventeen".
Gina Rodriguez is stopping by Toronto this September, bringing her film "Deepwater Horizon" to the festival.
Emma Stone continues to prove she's the luckiest lady alive, co-starring with Ryan Gosling in "La La Land" at TIFF this year.
"Fast 8" star Michelle Rodriguez is hitting TIFF this year with her film "(re)Assignment".
Telling the story of a lowlife killer put through full male-to-female gender reassignment surgery by a score-settling surgeon, Rodriguez co-stars with "Aliens" star Sigourney Weaver.
Joining Mark Wahlberg, Gina Rodriguez and his step-daughter Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell will be hitting the festival for the premiere of "Deepwater Horizon".
Joining partner Naomi Watts and Elisabeth Moss, Liev Schreiber stars in the TIFF film "The Bleeder".
The film focuses on the life of New Jersey boxer Chuck Wepner, whose legendary ability to take punishment in the ring made him the inspiration for Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky.
"Mr. Robot" himself will be making his way to the festival this year, starring in "Buster's Mal Heart" - a film about a man on the run who recalls the mysterious events that brought him to his present fugitive state.
Based on the statue Brie Larson's holding in her hand, we get a feeling that the actress might become a TIFF staple!
Starring in two films this year, Larson is back with "Free Fire" and "The Headhunter's Calling".
"Star Trek: Beyond" star Zachary Quinto is coming to TIFF.
The actor stars in "Snowden" alongside Joseph Gordon Levitt and Shailene Woodley.
Starring with Lily-Rose Depp in "Planetarium", Natalie Portman is set to make an appearance at the festival this year.
Bringing his signature voice to the big screen in the animated film "Sing", we were saying "alright, alright, alright" when we heard Matthew McConaughey would be gracing TIFF this year.
Chloe Grace Moretz
Chloe Grace Moretz stars in "Brain On Fire", based on the true story of a New York Post journalist suffering from a rare autoimmune disorder, who is repeatedly misdiagnosed.
"Free State of Jones" star Gugu Mbatha-Raw is coming back to TIFF!
Lupita Nyong'o is making her way back to TIFF, starring in "Queen of Katwe" - a story about a young girl from Uganda who sets out to become an international chess champion.
We love seeing Nicole Kidman (and Keith Urban) on the red carpet so we're thrilled that the actress will be back at TIFF this year!
Kidman co-stars with Dev Patel and Rooney Mara in "Lion".
"Preacher" star Ruth Negga is getting an introduction to mainstream audiences in "Loving".
The true story about Richard and Mildred Loving, who waged a decade-long legal battle that led to the overturning of the state of Virginia’s law prohibiting interracial marriage.
John Legend is bringing his signature smile and cool vocals to the festival this year. We hope that Chrissy can make it as well!
No surprise here!
Iggy Pop will grace Toronto to bring "Gimmie Danger" to Canadian audiences.
The film recounts the hard-rocking history of Iggy Pop and The Stooges, who burst out of Michigan in the late ’60s with a savage and endlessly influential fusion of rock, blues, R&B, and free jazz.
A hit at the Cannes Film Festival, Shia LaBeouf brings "American Honey" to TIFF.
Dev Patel stars as an Indian man separated from his family at 5 and relocated to Australia in "Lion".
David Oyelowo stars alongside Rosamund Pike in "A United Kingdom" based on the true story of Seretse Khama, a Prince of Botswana whose interracial marriage led his nation to independence from the British Empire.
Starring alongside Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara is set to bring "Lion" to TIFF.
The film is based on the true story of Saroo Brierley, who was adopted by an Australian couple after being separated from his family in India at the age of five, and then located his original home using Google Earth 25 years later.
No one lights up a red carpet quite like Scarlett Johansson, so it's a good thing she'll be making an appearance at TIFF!
Kate Hudson is bringing her film "Deepwater Horizon" to TIFF and we have a feeling Cheryl Hickey can't wait to see her on the red carpet!
Co-starring with Christian Bale in "The Promise," Oscar Isaac is heading to TIFF!
Moneypenny herself will be heading to TIFF!
Starring in "Colossal", Anne Hathaway plays an out-of-control party girl who finds out she has an unworldly connection with a giant monster stomping its way through Seoul.
Get your cowboy hats ready because not only is Ethan Hawke starring in the remake of "The Magnificent Seven", he's re-teaming with his "Training Day" team - Denzel Washington and Antoine Fuqua - to do so!
Getting in touch with his comedic chops, Woody Harrelson stars in "The Edge of Seventeen", the closing night TIFF 2016 film.
If you're a fan of Jennifer Garner, then we have good news! The actress will be gracing Toronto with her presence at the festival!
Taking on the role of Edward Snowden, an NSA Whistleblower, Joseph Gordon-Levitt will be making his way to TIFF to premiere the film before it hits theatres September 16.
Starring alongside Ewan McGregor and Jennifer Connelly, Dakota Fanning will be premiering her new film "American Pastoral".
Making waves at the Cannes Film Festival, Joel Edgerton is set to bring his new film "Loving" to TIFF 2016.
The film tells the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, who waged a decade-long legal battle that led to the overturning of the state of Virginia’s law prohibiting interracial marriage.
Michael Fassbender plays a son, and presumptive heir of a British criminal clan, who clashes with his father when he tries to break way from the outlaw life.
Chris Pratt's had a banger couple of years and we have a feeling bringing "The Magnificent Seven" to open the 41st annual TIFF is only going to jettison his star even further into the spotlight!
Richard Gere plays a veteran "fixer" in NYC’s Jewish community who gets in over his head when he sets out to impress the visiting Israeli foreign minister in "Norman: The Moderate Rise & Tragic Fall Of A NYC Fixer".
Get your cameras ready ladies, Hollywood hunk Scott Eastwood is heading to Toronto for the festival!
The "Suicide Squad" member stars in "Snowden", the political thriller about NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Joining Chris Pratt and Denzel Washington, Matt Bomer is scheduled to make an appearance, likely during the opening night of the festival as he stars in "The Magnificent Seven".
Bryce Dallas Howard
Bryce Dallas Howard will bring her star to Toronto, hitting the festival in September.
Exciting fans last year for "The Martian", Matt Damon is set to return to the festival, which should feel like a homecoming of sorts since he was just in town shooting a new film "Downsizing".
A TIFF favourite, Maria Bello is back for the 41st annual festival, starring in Toronto native Bronwen Hughes' "The Journey Is The Destination".
Bello will play the mother of daring photojournalist Dan Eldon, who was stoned to death by a mob in Somalia in 1993.
Starring in the period drama "Planetarium", Lily-Rose Depp will hit the red carpet when the film premieres at the festival this year.
Sharing the screen with Natalie Portman, the film is set in the1930’s and follows sisters who, “…are believed to possess the supernatural ability to connect with ghosts. They cross paths with a visionary French producer while performing in Paris.”
Christian Bale plays one third of a love triangle in "The Promise" - a film about an Armenian medical student, artist and American journalist amid the chaos of the First World War.
A ruthless corporate headhunter (Gerard Butler) battles his rival for control of their job placement company, until a family tragedy brings his personal and professional lives into conflict.
Hot off his "Star Wars: Episode VII" success, Adam Driver will be gracing the Toronto International Film Festival red carpet, premiering his film "Patterson" to Toronto audiences.
Starring in Ewan McGregor's directorial debut, Jennifer Connelly is heading to TIFF to premiere "American Pastoral".
The film follows a "perfect" American family, torn apart by the social and political upheavals of the 1960s.
Joining Jeremy Renner in "Arrival", Amy Adams is set to bring her new out-of-this-world film to TIFF.