According to an article from The Hollywood Reporter, actor Christopher Walken, Mia Farrow, Selma Blair and Jordan Gelber have signed onto star in the indie drama, 'Dark Horse,' directed by Todd Solondz.
The film, writes The Hollywood Reporter, "centers on a thirtysomething man (Gelber) in arrested development who lives with his parents (Walken and Farrow), reluctantly works for his father and avidly collects toys. He seeks out a thirtysomething woman (Blair) in arrested development in an attempt to shed the "dark horse" status in his family and finally accomplish something."
Solondz's writing and directing credits include 'Welcome to the Dollhouse' and the award-winning, 'Happiness.'
Walken has recently appeared in a slew of independent films including, 'The Irishman,' 'Life's a Beach' and 'The Maiden Heist.' He even received a Tony nomination this past year for his stage role in Martin McDonagh's latest play, A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE.
Farrow last appeared in the 2008 film, 'Be Kind Rewind.'
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