It doesn't seem like 2004 was that long ago, but when you look at some of the up-and-coming stars of the Toronto International Film Festival of ten years ago, you realize how much difference a decade can make.
For instance, it's hard to believe that only 10 years we ago we had never heard of Emily Blunt. But in 2004, the actress was the big breakout star of TIFF, playing teen femme fatale Tamsin in Pawel Pawlikowski's "My Summer of Love." Only 21 at the time, Blunt had only appeared in two films before she took on the role of a boarding school girl who manipulates another girl during her summer at home.
Two years later, Blunt was supporting Meryl Streep in "The Devil Wears Prada," and now she's a star in her own right, having shared the marquee with Tom Cruise this year in "Edge of Tomorrow."
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Another actress who caught our attention at TIFF that year was "Sideways" star Virginia Madsen. Then 42 years old, the actress had largely starred in forgettable B-movies ("Candyman" was a