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  1. 'We Are X': Sundance Review

    9:33 pm 1/23/2016

    The U.S.-unknown Japanese rock stars make their Madison Square Garden debut.Read more

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  2. 'Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World': Sundance Review

    9:08 pm 1/23/2016

    In his new doc premiering at Sundance, Werner Herzog tackles man's relationship to the Internet. Read more

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  3. ‘The Fundamentals of Caring’: Sundance Review

    9:02 pm 1/23/2016

    Paul Rudd stars as a newly qualified home caregiver hired to look after Craig Roberts' spiky disabled teen.Read more

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  4. Thomas Middleditch: "I'll Play the Voice Over of a Talking Boner, Why Not?"

    8:26 pm 1/23/2016

    "I'm in a place like, 'nOh, you'll see me? I'll go to coffee with you, aspiring director.'"Read more

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  5. Paul Dano on Taking the Wild Ride of ‘Swiss Army Man’: “By Page Two I Was In and Inevitably Going to Do it”

    8:16 pm 1/23/2016

    “I was of a fan of [Daniel Scheinert & Dan Kwan]’s work and I heard they were at the Sundance Lab, and I was like, ‘Oh, God, I wonder what they’re going to make as their first film.’ And a week later I got the script.”Read more

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  6. 'Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper': Sundance Review

    8:15 pm 1/23/2016

    Anderson Cooper digs through the boxed-up memories of his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt.Read more

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  7. Sundance Stars Reveal Their Guilty Pleasures

    8:02 pm 1/23/2016

    The stars of Sundance reveal the television shows they can’t live without, be it ‘The Bachelor’, ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’, or ‘Jane the Virgin.'Read more

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  8. ‘Manchester by the Sea’: Sundance Review

    7:57 pm 1/23/2016

    Kenneth Lonergan's latest, starring Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams and Lucas Hedges, is a wrenching drama about a grief-stricken New England family.Read more

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  9. Sundance: Lorraine Toussaint Talks Playing a Black Maid in 'Sophie and the Rising Sun'

    7:31 pm 1/23/2016

    Julianne Nicholson, Margo Martindale and Takashi Yamaguchi also star in the 1941 interracial romance. Read more

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  10. Chloe Sevigny on Co-Star Kate Beckinsale: “Her Command of the Language Was So Great”

    6:57 pm 1/23/2016

    “It was my first time playing a Jane Austen woman. Kate has much experience so I was kind of leaning on her.”Read more

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