11:47 AM EDT 01/26/2015


Sundance Film Festival

Credit: Larry Busacca/WireImage
Caught in the Act: Sundance Special | Cash Warren, Jessica Alba

Caught in the Act: Sundance Special

Originally posted 01/22/2008 12:00PM

• Jessica Alba isn't letting pregnancy slow her down! At the Kari Feinstein Style Lounge, the actress, with fiancĂ© Cash Warren, shopped around for their new home gym and luckily bumped into Reebok, who offered up some equipment. Earlier that day, after stopping for cocoa at the T-Mobile Diner at Village at the Yard, Alba picked up a Forum snowboard for her beau before running into Ben Kingsley, who congratulated the couple on their baby.

Read More

Credit: Dale Woltman/FilmMagic
Sundance Diary: The Best of the Fest

Sundance Film Festival

Sundance Diary: The Best of the Fest

Originally posted 01/30/2007 04:20PM

Another Sundance Film Festival is over, and all that remain are the memories of a few great movies, plenty of mediocre, meandering dramas that tested one's backside and glimpses of swag-hunting stars tramping up and down Park City, Utah's Main Street.

Read More

Credit: Evan Agostini/Getty
Sundance Diary: Best of the Fest | Jennifer Aniston

Sundance Diary: Best of the Fest

Originally posted 01/27/2006 01:00PM

Here's the key to surviving Sundance: Always pack a bottle of water, an apple and a bagel, because sit-down meals can be a luxury during the 11-day film festival (Jan. 19-29). During my time in snowy Park City, Utah, I watched movies from 8:30 a.m. until near midnight, with only enough time to munch an apple and check my BlackBerry while riding one of the free shuttle buses to the next venue.

Read More

Credit: George Pimentel/WireImage
Stars Pack It In at 'Swagdance' | Keira Knightley

Stars Pack It In at 'Swagdance'

Originally posted 01/30/2005 06:00AM

The Sundance Film Festival, a place to see great up-and-coming films, right? Perhaps – but by most accounts, this year the films became something to do in between picking up a seemingly unending array of freebies. And the mother of all swag at this year's winter fest seems to be the aptly named, customized Ultimate Comfort Bag, worth more than $50,000 and grabbed by such celebs as Keira Knightley and Adrien Brody (whose movie The Jacket, opening in March, premiered at Sundance),Naomi Watts, Kevin Costner, Lisa Kudrow, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Selma Blair. So what's in a $50,000 goodie bag? Glad you asked. It includes: A trip with private race-car and Indy 500 track access, plus first-class airfare and hotel ($15,000); a weeklong vacation to the Caribbean or Mexico from Sea Dream Yacht Club ($11,000); a weekend at the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas, plus a $1,000 chip ($5,000); $4,000 diamond jewelry; a $400 silk comforter and more. Want one? Several stars autographed an Ultimate Comfort Bag, to be auctioned off on eBay to benefit A Place Called Home, which provides leadership and community outreach to at-risk youth in South Central L.A. (The auction ends Feb. 10, so warm up those wallets.)

Read More

Credit: Brad Washburn/FilmMagic; Lionel Hahn/Abaca
Brosnan and Costner Create Sundance Buzz | Kevin Costner, Pierce Brosnan

Brosnan and Costner Create Sundance Buzz

Originally posted 01/28/2005 01:00PM

The Sundance Film Festival used to be about young filmmakers breaking through, but this year it's about middle-aged actors looking for a second wind. Pierce Brosnan, Kevin Costner, Michael Keaton and James Woods all show up in unlikely roles in movies screening in Park City, Utah.

Read More

Credit: George Pimentel/WireImage
Stars Flock to Sundance Film Fest | Adrien Brody, Keira Knightley

Stars Flock to Sundance Film Fest

Originally posted 01/24/2005 12:00PM

If you want to see stars at this year's Sundance Film Festival, which runs through Jan. 30 in sunny Park City, Utah, forget going to movies. Oh, sure, you could have seen Daniel Day-Lewis at Sunday night's premiere screening of The Ballad of Jack and Rose (directed by his wife, Rebecca Miller) or Kevin Costner the night before at the opening of his new comedy-drama The Upside of Anger. But the easiest way to star gaze is to simply follow the free swag.

Read More

From Our Partners