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International A-list actor Viggo Mortensen, seen here at the Genie Awards in Toronto last week, wonders what the hell he's doing at the Genie Awards in Toronto last week.

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Later, Viggo Mortensen could barely contain his joy as he posed with the Genie for best supporting actor at the Genie Awards in Toronto last week.

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Viggo Mortensen wonders if he can melt down his Genie award and make an Oscar out of it at the Genie Awards in Toronto last week.

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And, yes, that is a Montreal Canadiens flag draped over Viggo Mortensen's shoulders. Note to Viggo: Check the standings. If the Habs won a Genie, it would be the best actor award for their uncanny portrayal of a minor league hockey team.

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Canadian actors attended the Genie Awards too, including Natalie Lisinska in a tiny polka-dotted dress that still managed to have 10 times more points than the Montreal Canadiens.

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Members of the Canadian rock band The Sheepdogs dutifully act all irrepressible and outrageous at the Genie Awards in Toronto last week. Especially convincing is the dude on the right with one hand in his pocket and the other holding a cup of decaf.

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Gabrielle Miller of the defunct Canadian sitcom "Corner Gas" checks to see if she got that coveted role in the next Rogers wireless commercial at the Genie Awards in Toronto last week.

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Come on, that wasn't that funny, Deb McGrath of the not-quite-defunct Canadian sitcom "Little Mosque on the Prairie" at the Genie Awards in Toronto last week. Don't be cruel.

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No, seriously, it wasn't that funny, Donald Sutherland at the world premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on Monday. But thank you for providing a segue into a new subject.

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Jennifer Lawrence channels Barbarella at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on Monday.

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Isabelle Fuhrman channels Morticia Addams at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on Monday.

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Elizabeth Banks channels a giant orange toad at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on Monday.

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Cast member Leven Rambin teeters forward at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on Monday.

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"Sorry for teetering forward!" Leven Rambin says at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" on Monday in Los Angeles.

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"Don't be sorry," Jack Quaid says at the world premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on Monday.

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A grateful Leven Rambin regains her composure at the world premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on Monday.

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"That's enough with the gratuitous Leven Rambin photos," Woody Harrelson declares at the world premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles on Monday.

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"Did someone say 'Rambo'?" Sylvester Stallone, with his wife Jennifer Flavin, asks at the premiere of "The Hunger Games" in Los Angeles last week.

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No, we said Rambin. Leven Rambin.

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"Shame on you," Woody Harrelson says at the same place and time he was in the last time he appeared in this photo gallery.

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Meanwhile in Budapest, Helen Mirren clearly wasn't expecting photographers to be there when she decided to mix a floral dress, a yellow cardigan and leopard-skin gloves at the premiere of the film "The Door" last week.

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Julianne Moore, too, was clearly not planning to have to face photographers when she decided to go with a "Goth Cougars From Space" look at a viewing party for the HBO film "Game Change" in Washington, D.C., last week.

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A fluorescent Emily Blunt attends a screening of "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" in New York last week.

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Tara Subkoff attends the premiere of "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" in New York on Monday dressed as Emily Blunt's lips.

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Kaylee Defer goes "floor"-escent at the premiere of "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" in New York on Monday. Wait: Did I really just write "floor"-escenf?

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"Yes, you did, Caption Writing Person," says Ed Helms at the premiere of "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" in New York on Monday. "You wrote 'floor'-escent. This gallery is over. I'm going home. You should too."

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