Rather, Hoffman will be seen in Toronto in "A Late Quartet" from writer-director-producer Yaron Zilberman. The film, which will have its world premiere at the fest, features Hoffman,
The film is Zilberman's first fictional feature film. He previously directed the documentary "Watermarks," about the Jewish women's swim team from Austria in the 1930s.
It's not the first time a high-profile Anderson flick has skipped Toronto and gone on to award-season glory. Back in 2007,
Many are speculating that Anderson will return to the Fantastic Fest with "The Master," even though his 1950s-set film about a cult leader named Lancaster Dodd (Hoffman) and his relationship with an outcast (
The Weinstein Co., which is distributing the film, is mum for now on its festival plans, but with an Oct. 12 limited-release date, we should have answers soon.
Hoffman had two films at Toronto last year -- "