With Toronto’s stellar line-up revealed for their 2012 festival, it’s time for some first looks at a few of our most-anticipated titles. Near the top is the next film from Ramin Bahrani, the director behind Chop Shop, Man Push Cart and Goodbye Solo. Bringing together his most high-profile cast yet, At Any Price stars Dennis Quaid, Heather Graham, and Zac Efron. The drama follows “a rebellious son whose dreams of becoming a professional race-car driver are derailed when his father’s farming empire becomes the target of a high-stakes investigation.”
Following that, we’ve got a still from Ariel Vromen‘s crime drama The Iceman, featuring our lead Michael Shannon. The Take Shelter and Man of Steel star is joined by Winona Ryder, Chris Evans, David Schwimmer and Ray Liotta in the story “of real-life mob hit-man Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski, who was reportedly responsible for over 200 murders.” Check out the first look at Quaid and Efron in Price above and below, followed by Shannon in Iceman.
TIFF kicks off on September 6th and ends on September 16th.
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