James Franco and Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza
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The stars arrived by the dozens to Park City, Utah, for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and PEOPLE has the details of their busy weekend.
was one of the last to arrive to the Stella Artois-hosted dinner for his documentary Kink
on Saturday evening. Later, the Lovelace
star hosted a large 1 a.m. "after, after party" at Everest Mansion powered by Saygus high up in the nearby mountains. The actor still managed to be up in time to surprise the guests at the Outfest Queer Brunch at Grub Steak Restaurant in Prospector Square Sunday morning with his Interior. Leather Bar.
co-director Travis Mathews.
"James was the hit of the party," one brunch attendee tells PEOPLE. "Everyone wanted their picture with him."
may have been seen snuggling with Kill Your Darlings costar Erin Darke
Friday night, but he went solo to the Next Generation Filmmaker dinner Saturday, where costar Michael C. Hall
and his novelist girlfriend, Morgan Macgregor, were the last to leave while the most of the diners danced the night away at The Westway.
star Jane Lynch
turned the Festival into a family affair by taking her wife Lara Embry
and daughters Haden and Chase to the New Era Chalet at the Lift in Park City.
Lynch was overheard stating she had "a peanut head" as she and her family picked out New Era Chicago caps – which lead to a lighthearted debate about the White Sox and the Chicago Cubs. While Lynch lobbied hard for the Cubs, her daughters were more interested in checking out the Nintendo Lounge nearby.
Newlyweds Mario Lopez
and Courtney Mazza
enjoyed a mini-honeymoon in Park City, or possibly a baby-moon?
The couple stopped by the TR Suites and enjoyed Lipton teas while perusing the Sears Lounge, where Mazza was overheard saying she and Lopez are "trying and hoping" for a second child. The couple later hit the Miami Lounge where, once again, they drank Hint Water rather than cocktails.
– Patrick Gomez