Todd Solondz’ DARK HORSE, Featuring Selma Blair, Opens July 27th 2012

Todd Solondz’ latest film, DARK HORSE will be theatrically distributed by Brainstorm Media in association with industry veteran Ted Hope’s Double Hope Films and Vitagraph Films in Los Angeles and nationally on July 27, 2012. Solondz will appear in person for a Q&A on opening weekend at Landmark’s NuArt Theatre in New York City, June 8.

The film tells the story of a thirty-something year-old guy with arrested development who falls for a thirty-something year-old girl with the same problem. When he tries to move out of his junior high school bedroom, tragedy ensues.

Written and directed by Todd Solondz (Welcome to the Dollhouse, Life During Wartime), DARK HORSE stars Justin Bartha (The Hangover, The Hangover Part II) as Richard, Selma Blair (Cruel Intentions, Hellboy) as Miranda, Mia Farrow (Rosemary’s Baby, The Great Gatsby) as Phyllis, Jordan Gelber (“Boardwalk Empire”, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3) as Abe Wertheimer, Donna Murphy (Tangled, “The Nanny Diaries”) as Marie, Christopher Walken (The Deer Hunter, Catch Me if You Can) as Jackie, Zachary Booth (The Blue Eyes, Taking Woodstock) as Justin, and Aasif Mandvi (The Last Airbender, The Proposal) as Mahmoud. The film was produced by Ted Hope and Derrick Tseng, with Nick Quested as executive producer.


NOTE: Todd Solondz will appear in person for Q&As opening weekend in New York (with Jordan Gelber), Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

June 8
New York – Angelika Film Center

June 22
Hartford, CT
New Haven, CT

July 13

July 20
San Francisco*, Berkeley*, San Rafael, CA

July 27
Los Angeles (Landmark’s NuArt Theatre)*
San Diego*

August 3
St. Louis*
New Orleans

August 10

August 17
Washington, DC*

August 31

More dates to be announced.

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