Today in celebrity gossip: CAA's seedy party at the Sundance Film Festival has tongues wagging, Taylor Swift heads to London, and Lindsay Lohan says no to reality TV.
More important than the whodunit are deeper and more thoughtful matters. It's an undeniably strange series, but between this and Top of the Lake, Sundance is having a knockout spring, giving us murder mysteries that say way more about life than they do about death.
Entertainment Weekly has created a handy primer highlighting thirteen of the most intriguing films unfurling at the 3,000th (approx.) annual Sundance Film Festival. In case it's all maybe too much to read, we've gone and taken the most interesting or head-scratching sentence or phrase from each writeup and listed them below.
A film set in a magical bayou takes the top prize at Sundance.
Though Sundance hikes on in its snow boots and intellectual-seeming fashion glasses for four more days, the early rush of buzzy films and the deals that follow is wrapping up.
Bethenny Frankel isn't out of the game just yet, Ben Stiller heads back to television, and hip role for Daniel Radcliffe.
Also: An update on Tracy Morgan's Sundance collapse, Eric Holder had to see Red Tails like a regular paying customer, and Angelina Jolie was very mean to George Clooney's new girlfriend.
After suffering a series of strokes while attending the Sundance Film Festival, the legendary independent film advocate Bingham Ray passed away in Provo, Utah, on Monday.
The word out of Sundance is that the Peter Jackson-produced documentary West of Memphis has plenty more to say on the topic of the West Memphis Three. It may have even saved a life.
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