Some imagines have cropped up online (via TIFF website) from the next film of celebrated, yet controversial indie auteur Todd Solondz.

It’s called Dark Horse and it’s yet another black comedy from the New York filmmaker, which tells for story of a romance between two emotionally-stunted thirty-somethings, one an avid toy collector (TV actor Jordan Glber) and the other, a woman who is the dark horse of her family (Selma Blair, working with her Storytelling director again).

Todd Solondz creates an intimate dark comedy about a manchild whose desire for a romantic relationship runs smack into reality.

Christopher Walken (sporting a thoroughly off-putting toupee in one of the images) plays Gelber’s father in the film, and Mia Farrow, Donna Murphy and The Hangover’s Justin Bartha co-star. The film will be shown under the Special Presentations section of the festival.