'Any Day Now' Theatrical Poster Unveiled (Exclusive)
The Dec. 14 release, a dramedy based on a true story, is set in 1979 Los Angeles and revolves around a gay couple who wish to adopt a child with special needs.
The Hollywood Reporter is pleased to exclusively debut the first theatrical poster for Travis Fine's Any Day Now, which Music Box Films -- the small distributor best known for handling the American release of the Swedish Girl with the Dragon Tattoo films -- will put into limited release on Dec. 14 and then push for Golden Globe nominations in the musical/comedy categories.
The film, a dramedy based on a true story, is set in 1979 Los Angeles. It revolves around a gay couple -- one member of which is flamboyant and comfortable in his skin (Tony winner and two-time Emmy nominee Alan Cumming of The Good Wife) and the other whom is still semi-closeted and not (Garret Dillahunt of Raising Hope) -- who wish to adopt a boy with Down Syndrome (newcomer Isaac Leyva) who has been abandoned by his drug-addicted mother.
The film premiered back in April at the Tribeca Film Festival, where it won the audience award. It subsequently picked up other audience awards at the Provincetown, Woodstock, and LA Outfest fests. Cumming's performance has attracted especially strong notices.
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