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  1. Kyle Bornheimer ‘Bachelorette’ Sundance 2012

    11:32 am 1/24/2012

    First time Sundance visitor Kyle Bornheimer praised the work of writer director Leslye Headland saying, "From reading it and then meeting her she is a great talent, a great voice and fun and inspiring to work with."Read more

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  2. Rebel Wilson ‘Bachelorette’ Sundance 2012

    11:21 am 1/24/2012

    When asked about the comparison between "Bridesmaids" and "Bachelorette," Rebel Wilson said that: "If people come to this expecting 'Bridesmaids 2,' they will be very shocked."Read more

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  3. James Marsden ‘Bachelorette’ Sundance 2012

    10:10 am 1/24/2012

    From the red carpet of the 'Bachelorette' premiere James Marsden explains his character as an "unabashed douche-bag" groomsman in the film.Read more

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  4. Sundance 2012: Institute-Backed Films Score 7 Oscar Nominations

    10:04 am 1/24/2012

    J.C. Chandor's "Margin Call" script and doc "Hell and Back Again" make the list.Read more

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  5. Sundance 2012: Mark Webber and Chloe Sevigny to Star in Indie Drama 'Panarea'

    9:54 am 1/24/2012

    Webber appears in three films screening at Sundance, including "The End of Love," which he wrote and directed.Read more

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  6. Leslye Headland ‘Bachelorette’ Sundance 2012

    9:37 am 1/24/2012

    Headland wrote "Bachelorette" in 2008 for a series of plays called "The Seven Deadly Plays." The Kirsten Dunst starrer is based on the sin of gluttony and explores the dark world of eating disorders, drugs and casual sex. Read more

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  7. Sundance 2012: Focus Features Buys 'For a Good Time, Call ...'

    9:03 am 1/24/2012

    The indie distributor grabbed worldwide rights to the raunchy comedy about two women who launch a phone-sex line for $2-3 million.Read more

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  8. Liberal Arts: Sundance Film Review

    7:25 am 1/24/2012

    Josh Radnor's second feature film, a coming-of-age indie comedy, follows a 35-year-old who returns to college and falls for Elizabeth Olsen's sophomore theater student.Read more

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  9. L: Sundance Film Review

    7:24 am 1/24/2012

    The film will surely click with some devotees of difficult art cinema but will strike most as a largely unrewarding, if skillfully made, endurance test.Read more

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  10. Smashed: Sundance Film Review

    3:31 am 1/24/2012

    Sharp writing and credibility make James Ponsoldt’s second feature fresh and involving enough to warrant further festival exposure and limited theatrical release.Read more

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