Smack in the middle of awards season, there'll be a little thing happening called Sundance. Perhaps you've heard of it?
Clearly we jest, as it seems that with every passing year the Sundance Film Festival becomes the place to see celebrities and be seen ogling them.
For the 2014 competition, expect to see several A-listers vying for the grand jury prize, including Peter Dinklage, Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Anne Hathaway.
Ashton Kutcher might think twice before trying method acting again.
While preparing to play Steve Jobs in Joshua Michael Stern’s biopic, “Jobs,” the actor said he adopted the late Apple co-founder’s fruit-only diet.
“Fruitvale” won big at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival’s feature film awards. The drama, which tells the true story of 22-year-old Oscar Grant on the last day of his life, took home a U.S. Grand Jury Prize and an Audience Award.
Ryan Coogler wrote and directed the feature, starring Michael B. Jordan, Octavia Spencer, Kevin Durand and Chad Michael Murray.
The 2013 Sundance Film Festival will have plenty of comedies in competition, but it'll be the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic "jOBS" that will close out the event.
The indie feature, directed by Joshua Michael Stern, covers 30 years of Jobs' life, from his days as a college dropout to becoming a defining figure in technology.
Not to be confused with Aaron Sorkin's biopic of the late visionary, who died in October 2011, "'jOBS' is a candid, inspiring and personal portrait of the one who saw things differently."
The Sundance Film Festival is all about discovering new talent… like young actor Kyle Catlett. At nine years of age, he may be the youngest kid with a film at Sundance, a short called “The Fort."
When we bumped into Kyle in the hotel where many of the CNN staff were staying in Park City, it quickly became clear he is no ordinary nine-year-old.
Not only is he an actor with TV shows to his credit (“Unforgettable,” “Pan Am”), TV commercials (Geico and AT&T), but he’s a budding polyglot. He speaks Chinese - fluently. And Russian - fluently.
In the 26 years since Paul Simon released “Graceland,” his album has secured its place in music history. It’s considered by many to be one of the greatest records of all time.
Oprah Winfrey would not disagree.
In the new documentary “Under African Skies,” which is premiering at Sundance, Oprah reveals “Graceland” is her favorite album ever (Stevie Wonder’s “Songs in the Key of Life” ranks second in her book).
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