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Sundance Film Festival
Oscars 2017? Star-Turned-Director Nate Parker on How His Bold Movie About Slavery Birth of a Nation Became a 'Miracle' Success
Originally posted 02/03/2016 05:15PM
Maybe he thrilled you as the brilliant Henry Lowe in 2007's The Great Debaters, or commanded your attention as Jimmy Grant, the emotional center of 2012's Arbitrage. Or, you might've lusted after him as Kaz, the police officer steaming up the screen with Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Beyond the Lights.
Originally posted 01/27/2016 06:55PM
Hugh Jackman thinks there's an important reason why kids should see his new movie.
Hugh Jackman's Eddie the Eagle Soars: Inside the Inspirational True Story of Britain's Most Unlikely Olympic Hero
Originally posted 01/27/2016 12:30PM
One of the biggest surprises at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival was the unofficial world premiere of Eddie the Eagle, a heartwarming (and mostly true) sports story largely unknown to American audiences.
Originally posted 01/25/2016 04:05PM
Bradley Cooper's in town – well, er, not really.
Originally posted 01/25/2016 01:40PM
Allison Janney's romance kept things sizzling despite the chilly weather at Utah's Sundance Film Festival.
Originally posted 01/25/2016 01:00PM
Ellen Page says that the Oscars diversity controversy extends far beyond just Hollywood.
Originally posted 01/25/2016 09:30AM
[YOUTUBE "mpMpR37LTyQ"] Lily-Rose Depp made her first Sundance Film Festival one to remember.
Nick Jonas Opens Up About His Journey to Manhood and His Relationship with Brother Joe: 'We're Closer Than Ever'
Originally posted 01/24/2016 08:05PM
In his new film Goat, Nick Jonas stars as Brett Land, a college student who begins to question the morals of his fraternity as he watches his younger brother go through the difficult pledging process.
The Jonas Brothers, John Legend and Mom-to-Be Jena Malone: Go Behind-the-Scenes of the Sundance Film Festival!
Originally posted 01/24/2016 02:50PM
Every year, Hollywood invades Park City, Utah, for the Sundance Film Festival.
Spike Lee Says Oscars 'Did the Right Thing' with Sweeping Changes After Diversity Controversy – but He's Still Boycotting the Ceremony
Originally posted 01/24/2016 10:35AM
The IMDb Studio: SPIKE LEE ON ACADEMY from IMDb on Vimeo. Spike Lee supports the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the sweeping changes it announced last week in response to the lack of diversity among this year's nominees – but he's still boycotting the ceremony.
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