Held on September 9 at Roy Thomson Hall, the occasion was attended by pic's principal cast like Cate Blanchett, Clive Owen, and Geoffrey Rush.
Big Hollywood names continue to take turn in highlighting the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival and Sunday, September 9 was the time for the starry cast of "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" to bring another memorable moment at the event.
Portrayer of the titular character, Cate Blanchett, delightfully made her way to attend the world premiere for the period drama at the festival held at Toronto's Roy Thomson Hall. Accompanied the actress were fellow co-stars Geoffrey Rush, Abbie Cornish, and Clive Owen who looked charming in dark suit and tie.
Apart from the group, two other well-known figures were also spotted to walk down the red carpet cheerfully. Both known as the leading actresses of their generation, they turned out to be Liv Tyler and Leelee Sobieski, whose dress matched finely with her shoes.
The sequel to 1998's "Elizabeth" also starring Blanchett, "Golden Age" finds Elizabeth I facing bloodlust for her throne and familial betrayal in her awareness of the changing religious and political tides of late 16th century Europe. Director Shekar Kapur has suggested that there will be a third "Elizabeth" film which is going to address the subject of mortality, thereby making the Virgin Queen's story as a trilogy.