Rudderless stars Selena Gomez and William H. Macytook a break to have some fun.
The Young Ones actor, whose film premiered Jan. 18 at the fest, dropped by THR's Sundance lounge.
Elle Fanning, who stars in Jake Paltrow's sci-fi drama Young Ones, got silly in front of the cam.
'Listen Up Philip' Cast
Listen Up Philip stars Josephine de la Baume (left) andJonathan Pryce and writer-director Alex Ross Perrystrike a pose.
Cooties actress Kate Flannery couldn't stop scrolling throughTHR's Insta account.
Christina Hendricks and John Slattery
Christina Hendricks and John Slattery dropped by THR's Sundance lounge to talk about Slattery's debut feature God's Pocket.
Jason Schwartzman held up a photo of Chris O'Dowd and asked, "Have you seen this man?"
'Appropriate Behavior' Cast
Desiree Akhavan (second from right), the director of Appropriate Behavior, got real comfortable behind the camera with some of her cast -- Rebecca Henderson, Halley Feiffer and Arian Moayed
'The Battered Bastards of Baseball' Cast and Crew
Kurt Russell (far right) was having a great time with The Battered Bastards of Baseball directors Chapman Way and Maclain Way.
'I Origins' Cast
During their chat with THR about I Origins, Michael Pittphotobombed his castmates Brit Marling, Astrid Berges-Frisbey and Steven Yeun and director Mike Cahill.
The Laggies cast -- Sam Rockwell, Keira Knightley, Lynn Shelton and Chloe Grace Moretz -- dropped by for some fun.
The Charmed alum made funny faces when she stopped by THR's Sundance lounge.
Zach Braff and Mandy Patinkin
Mandy Patinkin joined director Zach Braff to talk about Braff's Kickstarter-funded film, Wish I Was Here. Patinkin stars in the film with Kate Hudson and Josh Gad.
Michael C. Hall
Michael C. Hallgets serious for Jim Mickle's Cold in July, which also stars Sam Shepard and Don Johnson.
Lance Bass and Mike C. Manning
Former 'N Sync member Lance Bass and Mike C. Manningstar in Kate Logan's Kidnapped for Christ, which tells the story of a boy who is sent to a small Christian reform school in a remote area of the Dominican Republic after coming out to his parents.
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