At this year's Sundance Film Festival, stars bundled up in chic, Winter outerwear. Naomi Watts and Kerry Washington sported sleek puff jackets in Park City. Kristen Stewart, Jon Hamm, and James Franco were all spotted in a variety of cozy parkas by Woolrich John Rich & Bros. Jessica Alba wore a super chic faux fur coat by Opening Ceremony, inspired by Where the Wild Things Are. These Sundance starlets are proof that cold weather is no excuse to abandon style . . . Like what you see? Watch more FabTV.
Dakota Fanning painted it black and channeled her inner rocker at the premiere of The Runaways at this year's Sundance Film Festival. From her sleek Alice + Olivia asymmetrical blazer to her rockin' cropped fingerless leather gloves from Nina Peter, Louise Roe breaks down Dakota's chic black-on-black ensemble. Check out why Dakota is becoming one of Hollywood's hottest fashionistas.Like what you see? Watch more FabTV.
The Sundance Film Festival comes to a close this weekend, but I've still got a few more movie goodies to keep you all informed. If you haven't already, check out my Sundance Snapshots covering movies from the likes of Josh Radnor to Ben Affleck to Ryan Gosling. For now, let's move on with the Duplass Brothers' Cyrus.
- Who's behind it? The film is written and directed by the Duplass brothers, Jay and Mark, who are no strangers to Sundance at this point. John C. Reilly, Catherine Keener, Marisa Tomei, and Jonah Hill make up the cast.
- What's it about? Reilly stars as John, a regular Joe (and self-proclaimed "Shrek") who's been a bit lost since his wife (Keener) left him seven years ago. He's skeptical about finding love again until he meets Molly (Tomei) at a party and forms an instant connection with her. Everything is going smoothly between the two until John meets Molly's 21-year-old son, Cyrus (Hill). Feeling very protective of his single mother, it isn't long before Cyrus starts sabotaging Molly's relationship with John. Check out the trailer right here.
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While Steve Jobs was putting the finishing touches on his keynote presentation for the iPad, Bill Gates was busting a move in Park City, Utah during the
Though I'm back in San Francisco, I still can't stop thinking about all the films I was lucky enough to catch at Sundance. We're coming down the homestretch, but I've still got a few more tricks up my sleeve. Read on for my review of Hesher, and be sure to check out all of my Sundance Snapshots.
- Who's behind it? Spencer Susser wrote and directed the film, which stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Natalie Portman, Rainn Wilson, as well as relative newcomer Devin Brochu
- What's it about? Brochu plays TJ, a troubled 13-year-old trying to cope with his mother's recent death. With his father in a daze and no friends to turn to, TJ spends his time trying to avoid a bully at school and crushing on a supermarket checkout girl (Natalie Portman). A twist of fate brings a foul-mouthed, greasy, tattooed pyromaniac named Hesher into TJ's life and his house, forming a strange bond and leading to all kinds of strange adventures that eventually affect TJ and his whole family.
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Chances are, you're feeling the chill of January-style weather, but that doesn't mean that you have to experience Winter-hair doldrums. Take Julianne Moore, for instance, whose enviable red locks were styled to perfection, despite the cold climate and snow flurries in Park City, UT, where the 2010 Sundance Film Festival is currently taking place. "Julianne wanted a simple but sophisticated look for her press in Sundance," said Stephen Lewis, who worked with the longtime actress to achieve this perfect-for-Winter, non-fussy hairstyle. To get Lewis's how-to, just keep reading.[/break}
Remember when Sundance was just this small little film festival in a small quaint little mountain town? It didn't attract a ton of attention and some pretty spectacular films came out of it. Well amazing movies are still screened at Sundance but the amount of attention has certainly changed (insert T-Mobile diner, MySpace cafe, Muscle Milk lounge, etc etc here) Though I've said it before and I'll say it again, my most favorite thing about Sundance is that at heart it's still an indie film festival. And the red carpets are treated as such. There are no slinky dresses or fancy updos here — the dress code is mostly jeans, snow boots, and puffy jackets. You have to hand it to the starlet who can manage to look uber cool under many many layers...
The Sundance Film Festival rolled on today with Katie Holmes, Josh Duhamel and Adam Brody heading out for a screening of The Romantics. A few of their costars, like Anna Paquin and Dianna Agron, missed out on this afternoon's premiere and last night's big party, though both actresses turned out for last Saturday's SAG Awards. Josh Duhamel had his wife Fergie by his side in the theater, but Katie was rolling solo as her husband Tom is back in LA continuing to work on Knight and Day and do some impressive stunts all on his own.
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Hugh Jackman showed off his soft side with daughter Ava after school in NYC, as Angelina and her brother James look back with a touching tribute to their mother. Fergie and Josh Duhamel, meanwhile, headed off to Sundance for some fun with Katie Holmes while they promote The Romantics — check out PopSugar Rush now!