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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Life after TIFF

A roundup of famous faces in the news by @captionperson

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Ready to trip down the Yellow Brick Road? One of the last living Munchkins, Ruth Ducccini. 95, fends off the advances of the Cowardly Lion at the premiere of ‘The Wizard of Oz 3D’ in Los Angeles.

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Eighties fixture Molly Ringwald arrives at the "Wizard of Oz 3D’ premiere in search of her residuals for ‘Pretty in Pink’ and ‘The Breakfast Club’

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‘Residuals?’ says former ‘Hercules’ star Kevin Sorbo at the same event with his family. ‘What the heck are residuals?’

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Brit actress Sally Hawkins sports your basic-black schoolmarm ensemble at the UK premiere of ‘Blue Jasmine’ in London

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Brit actor Richard E. Grant demonstrates he’s really into schoolmarms at the same event

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Meanwhile, ‘Blue Jasmine’ star Cate Blanchett forces a smile while trying to remember when she agreed to wear a hat bearing the name of the movie she’s starring in

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The seemingly ageless Jane Seymour – she’s 62! – shows off a bit of leg at the ‘Thanks for Sharing’ premiere in L.A.

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'Thanks for Sharing’ cast member Tim Robbins does the math in his head and realizes Jane Seymour is actually four years younger than his previous partner, Susan Sarandon

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The ubiquitous Gwyneth Paltrow signs autographs at the ‘Thanks for Sharing’ premiere while simultaneously telling young fans that Iron Man isn’t real

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'Thanks for Sharing’ co-star Alecia Moore, better known as Pink, channels her inner Brigitte Nielsen at the movie’s premiere in L.A.

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Gwyneth Paltrow officially welcomes Pink into the acting ranks by deigning to pose with her on the red carpet

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‘I was right!’ says Pink. ‘I knew Iron Man wasn’t a real guy’

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Comedian Bill Hader wonders if it’s too late to get back his old gig on ‘Saturday Night Live’ while promoting ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2’ in Beverly Hills

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‘Dude, we’ve moved on, deal with it,” suggests former SNLer Andy Samberg at the same event

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‘Wow, you guys were on Saturday Night Live?” says an incredulous Anna Faris at the ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2’ event. ‘I’m on a sitcom that will be cancelled in two weeks. Could you get me a SNL audition?’

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‘Never gonna happen, kid,’ smirks SNL major domo Lorne Michaels at the Costume Designers Guild Awards in L.A.

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Britney Spears breezes into the event to announce her new show at Planet Hollywood Vegas, completely unaware that she’s forgotten to wear part of the outfit her conservator laid out for her that morning

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Actor Dan Bucatinsky poses at an Emmys party with Kerry Washington, who was recently named the World’s Best-Dressed Woman by People magazine

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At the same event, actress Sharon Lawrence registers her displeasure with Washington winning the award by wearing the same cargo pants and velour top she wore to clean out the garage earlier that day

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And then there’s Britney...

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