Having starred in The Hunger Games earlier this year, by far one of the year’s most successful films at the box office, he’s got a slew of films on his slate, and heading to the Toronto International Film Festival with its world debut will be The Time Being.
Following the line-up announcement this afternoon, we’ve now got our first look at Bentley in the lead, and a handful more new images.
“In this suspenseful drama from first-time writer-director Nenad Cicin-Sain, a struggling young artist (Wes Bentley) accepts a series of bizarre commissions from an eccentric, dying millionaire (Frank Langella) who may »
- Kenji Lloyd
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