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Eddie Redmayne on portraying Hawking

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WHILE reading the script of “The Theory of Everything,” Redmayne, with Felicity Jones, discovered the extraordinary woman behind the icon. AP

Stephen Hawking and Hannah Bagshawe are among the key people in Eddie Redmayne’s life and career these days. The actor plays the genius astrophysicist in “The Theory of Everything,” in an excellent performance that makes him one of the Best Actor race frontrunners. Hannah is the heartthrob’s fiancée, whom he reportedly plans to marry this winter.

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Bill Murray–still cool at 64

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MURRAY. Generating buzz for his performance in “St. Vincent.”

“What are you drinking?” Bill Murray asked as he strode into a meeting room at the Fairmont Royal Oak Hotel in Toronto. It was Saturday afternoon, the peak of the Toronto International Film Festival.

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Emmy-nominated Fil-Am hosts own chat show

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MARC Anthony Nicolas with the ladies of “The Talk” (from left): Sheryl Underwood, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Julie Chen.

He got “physical” with Olivia Newton-John. He’s pals with Sharon Osbourne. He and Margaret Cho ate “bizarre” Asian food items spread over the reclined bodies of two hunks in briefs. Welcome to the world of Fil-Am Emmy nominee Marc Anthony Nicolas, who hosts the weekly talk show, “On Your Marc!”

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Hot Toronto party with Downey, Redmayne, Cumberbatch, Tatum

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FROM left: Gael Garcia Bernal, Salma Hayek and Jon Stewart at the bash.

Robert Downey Jr. wore a really “fashion-forward” suit with floral prints, Eddie Redmayne came with his fiancée Hannah Bagshawe, Channing Tatum was his usual affable self, Benedict Cumberbatch wore a jaunty newsboy cap backwards and Hailee Steinfeld looked radiant and ready to boogie, 1940s style, in a Gucci army girl-inspired dress.

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Not one but three Roberts in Toronto–Arevalo, Downey and Duvall

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Ruben Nepales

I just attended the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) where the best joke, if you ask me, was dished by Robert Arevalo, who was in town with director Carlos Siguion-Reyna and several talents behind “Hari ng Tondo,” one of the Philippines’ entries.

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