Following Horns‘ premiere on Friday, Dan’s film The F Word had its premiere at TIFF last night, and reviews for both films are starting to arrive.
Horns is proving to be quite divisive for reviewers – much like Marmite, people seem to either love it or hate it, though Dan’s performance is generally praised, regardless of the reviewer’s thoughts about the film. Click the links below to read the reviews.
The F Word has been very well received, and praised for offering a fresh take on the well-worn rom-com conventions, and once again, reviews are very complimentary of Dan’s work. Links to reviews are below, and you can also watch this evening’s press conference for the film.
We’ll update this post with more reviews as they come in.
Dan’s Kill Your Darlings castmates Dane DeHaan, Jack Houston, and Michael C. Hall, along with director John Krokidas have now arrived in Toronto ahead of Tuesday’s premiere, and the group posed for a photo call.
Check out more photos from the session at JustJared.
Dan has a busy few days ahead of him in Toronto, promoting three films at TIFF, and this evening was the premiere of the first of his films to screen at the festival – Horns.
Dan posed for portraits with co-star Juno Temple and director Alexandre Aja prior to walking the red carpet.
The Hollywood Reporter has also just released this gorgeous portrait of Dan from the Venice Film Festival.
Toronto Film Festival opened today, and Dan has not just one, but three films playing the festival - Kill Your Darlings, The F Word, and Horns, the latter of which is the first film to screen, tomorrow at 6pm.
Ahead of the film’s screening, Entertainment Weekly has released the first stills from the film, which you can see below (thanks to Pat from IMDB).
Horns is due to hit cinemas in 2014.
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