For fans of drama of the adult variety, the Toronto International Film Festival seems to be delivering the cream of the crop. With a stellar line-up, we’ve got new images for a few of them in this genre. Near the top of the most-anticipated list is Martin McDonagh‘s In Bruges follow-up Seven Psychopaths. We can expect a trailer soon, but for now we’ve got a new image above featuring Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell amidst “a dognapping scheme gone awry.” The cast also includes Woody Harrelson, Tom Waits and Harry Dean Stanton, while the film will arrive in theaters on November 2nd.
We’ve also got new stills for two films without distribution thus far. First up there’s the first images for the next film from Ryuhei Kitamura (Midnight Meat Train), titled No One Lives. Immortals star Luke Evans leads this somewhat-crazy looking, “exuberantly gory thriller” that follows “a clan of backwoods road bandits whose latest victims are far less helpless than they seem.” Following that we’ve got a first look at Winona Ryder, Chris Evans (seriously, that’s him in that ice cream truck.) and Ray Liotta in Ariel Vromen‘s crime drama The Iceman. There’s also some more images of Michael Shannon as ”real-life mob hit-man Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski, who was reportedly responsible for over 200 murders.” Yeah, it’s going to be ridiculous. Check out the stills below.
TIFF kicks off on September 6th.
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