Rachel McAdams and Olga Kurylenko are green twins at ‘To The Wonder’ TIFF premiere

Soraya Roberts
Wide Screen

Looking at Rachel McAdams and co-star Olga Kurylenko at the Toronto premiere of "To the Wonder" Monday night, we can't help but wonder whether they took the time to coordinate their outfits.

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Both actresses wore a virtually identical shade of green at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, with McAdams in a single-shouldered Elie Saab gown and Kurylenko in a sparkly lace Emilio Pucci frock.

It might be no mistake that the stars were both wearing the colour of envy. Their film, directed by Terrence Malick, revolves around a man (Ben Affleck) who reunites with a former lover (McAdams) after his marriage to Kurylenko's character dissolves.

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"I think what's great is that Terry doesn't really have just one idea [about a character]," McAdams told the Globe and Mail at the premiere. "He allows people to take what they will from his films. For me, it was about a second chance."

After the premiere Monday night, both actresses attended the film's after party at Modus Ristorante.

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McAdams will hit the red carpet again tonight for her second TIFF 2012 film, "Passion," in which she plays a scheming boss whose employee plots her murder. The film's newly released trailer caused a stir last month, revealing a scene in which McAdams and co-star Noomi Rapace get hot and heavy.