On the heels of his buddy cop comedy "The Other Guys," Will Ferrell's "Everything Must Go" from Temple Hill Entertainment is to debut at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival.
Dan Rush's low budget dramedy, based
on a Raymond Carver short story, sees Ferrell play a recovering alcoholic who falls off the wagon, is tossed from both his job and home, and must survive on his front lawn by selling his belongings in a yard sale.
Toronto has also
set aside a berth for Brad Anderson's apocalyptic thriller "The Vanishing on 7th
Street," which stars Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton and John Leguizamo. "Vanishing on 7th Street," from Herrick Entertainment, was written by Anthony Jaswinski and stars Jacob Latimore and Taylor Groothuis.
Anderson's indie pic and Ferrell's "Everything Must Go" were
pre-sale projects at AFM for IM Global.And Toronto has booked Guy
Moshe's action noir movie "Bunraku," starring Josh Hartnett, Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson and mixing live action and animation
, along with "Insidious," directed by "Saw creator James Wan from a script by Leigh Whannell.
festival will unveil its Canadian film lineup on Tuesday.
International Film Festival
is set to run from Sept. 9 to 19.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter