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PostSubject: The TIFF weekend diary    Sun Sep 11, 2011 8:01 pm

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The TIFF weekend diary
Friday 10:10 a.m.

Gerard Butler dismisses his bodyguard from his hotel interview room at the Intercontinental on Front. The bodyguard is there because he and his colleagues on the film Machine Gun Preacher have received death threats. (Directed by Marc Forster, it’s based on the true story of Sam Childers, an American biker and former drug dealer turned preacher who routinely risks his life to rescue kidnapped child soldiers in the Sudan.) The bodyguard gives Butler – who looks plenty meaty enough to take care of himself – an “Are you sure?” look. Butler nods slowly and the guard exits. Butler rolls his eyes. “Last night, when we came out of the airport, we were attacked by this crowd of paparazzi, crowding in, yelling, flashbulbs popping,” he says, in a Scottish accent thick enough to stuff a haggis. “We had all our bags slung over us, we couldn’t move, and he [the bodyguard] was just sort of standing there. Hello, I really could have used you then. Now, here in the room with one journalist, he’s all ready to go.”

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