Christopher Walken, Mia Farrow, Selma Blair and Aasif Mandvi are joining Todd Solondz’ new indie drama “Dark Horse” at Double Hope Films says The Hollywood Reporter.
Jordan Gelber plays a thirty-something man who lives with his parents (Walken, Farrow), reluctantly works for his father and avidly collects toys.
He seeks out a thirty-something woman (Blair) in a similar situation in an attempt to shed the ‘arrested development’ status in his family. Mandvi plays her ‘not quite’ ex-boyfriend.
Also starring are Justin Bartha as his more successful brother, Zachary Booth as his easygoing cousin and Donna Murphy as his father’s secretary.
Ted Hope is producing. Shooting kicks off this week around New York’s Westchester County and Long Island.