I have updated the gallery with HQ photos of Anton attending the premiere and after-party of The Driftless Area at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival last April 18th.
The North American deal follows the film’s world premiere at Sundance in January and sets up a theatrical release later this year.
Michael Almereyda directed the story starring Peter Saarsgard as Stanley Milgram, who rocked the world in the 1960s with his infamous Yale study on obedience to authority.
Rounding out the key Experimenter cast are Winona Ryder, Jim Gaffigan, Taryn Manning, Anton Yelchin, Kellan Lutz, John Leguizamo, Anthony Edwards, Josh Hamilton, Lori Singer, Vondie Curtis-Hall and Dennis Haysbert.
Uri Singer, Fabio Golombek, Isen Robbins and Aimee Schoof produced.
Magnolia brokered the deal with Cinetic Media for the film-makers.
Source: Screen International
Image Entertainment has acquired the Joe Dante horror comedy Burying The Ex and will give it a multiplatform release of theaters and VOD in the summer. Alan Trezza-scripted pic stars Anton Yelchin, Ashley Greene, and Alexandra Daddario. Pic premiered at Venice. Yelchin plays a nice guy with an overbearing girlfriend (Greene). She gets worse when they move in, and he’s relieved when she dies in an accident and he meets someone nicer (Daddario). Trouble is, his dead ex returns as a zombie who doesn’t want to give him up and she was a lot more charming as a Twilight Saga vampire.
IFC Films has released the trailer for 5 to 7! It opens in theaters on April 3rd and on VOD on April 10th.
A chance encounter on the streets of Manhattan draws 20-something aspiring writer Brian (Anton Yelchin) into a passionate love affair with a glamorous French woman (Skyfall Bond girl Bérénice Marlohe). The catch? She’s married, and can only meet him for hotel room trysts between the hours of 5 and 7. As Brian yearns for more than just two hours a day with the woman of his dreams, he learns hard won lessons about life and love. Co-starring Frank Langella, Glenn Close, and Olivia Thirlby, this sexy romantic romp captures the giddy thrill of being young and in love.