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Celebrity Photos of TIFF, Day 4: Jake Gyllenhaal gets a word in the dictionary

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Jake Gyllenhaal is gyllenfacin’ at the premiere of Enemy at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday.

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Gylllenfacin’ (noun) 1. The action of staring at a camera while not smiling. 2. using a blank expression to convey indifference to the world’s interest in you. 3. deliberate bitchy resting face. 4. authorfacin’

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Gyllenfacin’ to the left.

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Gyllenfacin’ to the right.

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Is James Van Der Beek gyllenfacin’ at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday?

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Is Colin Firth? We asked an expert.

Chris Pizzello/AP

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No no no! That’s not gyllenfacin’.

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THIS is gyllenfacin’.

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Richard Grant completely ignores Jude Law’s fascinating story while zeroing in on Emilia Clarke at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday.

Todd Williamson/AP

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This photo was later delivered to Richard Grant’s hotel room with the message, “Hey, Grant! Look who Emilia Clarke thinks is interesting.”

Todd Williamson/AP

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Daniel Radcliffe is the star of the movie The F Word.

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Michael Dowse is the director of The F Word and a fan of the Montreal Canadiens, which explains why he likes to hire really short actors whose heydays are behind them.

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“What?! You want me to go to the net?!?!”

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Sandra Bullock can’t get the Oscar buzzing out of her head at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday.

Fred Thornhill/Reuters

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Worst gyllenfacin’ ever.

Chris Pizzello/AP

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The master is displeased.

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