Peter Jackson, Amy Berg 'West of Memphis' Sundance 2012
Producer and Director team Peter Jackson and Amy Berg pay a visit to the THR Video Lounge in Park City to discuss their highly emotional documentary, West of Memphis, which presents new evidence in the case of the infamous West Memphis Three.
Peter Jackson on 'The Hobbit' Sundance 2012
Peter Jackson stops by the THR video lounge at the Sundance Film Festival to chat about his latest project, West of Memphis, but takes time out to talk his highly anticipated Hobbit.
Damien Echols and Lorri Davis 'West of Memphis' Sundance 2012
Damien Echols and producer Lorri Davis share what it was like watching their emotional documentary about the failure of the justice system in Arkansas.
West of Memphis documents the 1994 convictions of Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie Misskelley for the murders of three boys in West Memphis, Ark.,and the legal fight that led to their 2011 release from prison.
Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell and Katie Aselton of ‘Black Rock’
Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell and actress director Katie Aselton stop by our THR Sundance Lounge to talk about their thriller Black Rock.
When asked about seeing the film for the first time at the upcoming premiere, Kate said, "I'm excited to be in the audience for the film like this, you taking what Katie does so well her tone and applying it to a thriller. I think it will be a really really neat experience as an audience member."
Emily Blunt and Rosemarie DeWitt 'Your Sister's Sister'
During an interview in THR's Sundance Film Festival video lounge at Village at the Lift, actresses Emily Blunt and Rosemarie DeWitt talk Park City fun, the U.S. premiere of Lynn Shelton's dramedy, Your Sister's Sister, and swoon over our Michael Fassbender cover.
Anne Heche stops by the THR video lounge at Sundance 2012 to plug her raunchy, female-driven comedy, That's What She Said.
Neil Young and Jonathan Demme ‘Neil Young Journeys’ Sundance 2012
Neil Young and Jonathan Demme stop by the THR Sundance lounge at Village at the Lift to discuss their documentary, Neil Young Journeys.
In the movie, director Demme slices together concert footage with brief scenes from a road trip through Young's hometown of Omemee, Ontario.
Paul Simon and Joe Berlinger 'Under African Skies' Sundance 2012
Paul Simon and documentary film maker Joe Berlinger stop by the THR lounge prior to their sold out premiere of Under African Skies in Park City, Utah.
The movie explores Paul's journey back to South Africa and his earlier work to end the Apartheid regime.
James Murphy 'Shut Up and Play the Hits' Sundance 2012
The film is reminiscent of Martin Scorsese's The Last Waltz (1978), about rock group The Band's final show. When asked during a post-screening about trying to best Waltz, Murphy joked: "I was just like, 'that chump Robbie Roberston, I'm gonna take him --'"
'Reality Bites' 18th Anniversary with Ben Stiller Sundance 2012
Ben Stiller and the crew behind Reality Bites bring back their 1994 hit movie 18 years after it first premiered at the Egyptian Theater during the Sundance Film Festival. The screening played as part of Universal's centennial celebration.
David Duchovny, Vera Farmiga, Christopher Neil 'Goats'
Goats stars David Duchovny and Vera Farmiga share what drew them to the film and Vera reveals that she actually owns goats.
Director Christopher Neil explains that the movie is a coming to age story told in reverse. He added, "His father figure is named Goat Man, he is sort of a pot smoking sage goat herder." Neil who is related to Francis Ford Coppola said that the movie is based on a book and they shot the film over 24 days.
Sundance 2012: Elizabeth Olsen at 'Liberal Arts' Premiere Party
From the red carpet of the Liberal Arts premiere party, starlet Elizabeth Olsen discusses her return to Park City after last year's Martha Marcy May Marlene and offers words of praise for director Josh Radnor.
"He is just really passionate, this is a project he has been developing for a while and he is just great he knows what he wants," she said. "He's phenomenal and he wore so many hats during this movie."
'Liberal Arts' Premiere Party Sundance 2012
Elizabeth Olsen, Richard Jenkins, Allison Janney and actor-director Josh Radnor walk the red carpet for the after-party for their Liberal Arts Sundance premiere.
When asked about how he casted the movie Radnor replied, "Well I had the good fortune of sharing an agent with both Richard Jenkins and Lizzy Olsen and that worked out nicely. I wrote the part for Richard, I didn't know I was writing this for Lizzy but I was." The film was received to a standing ovation on Sunday, Jan. 22.
Dylan O'Brien, Britt Robertson, Victoria Justice ‘The First Time’
Victoria Justice, Dylan O'Brien, Britt Robertson and director Jon Kasdan stop by THR's Video Lounge at Sundance 2012 to discuss their film, The First Time.
The stars of Victorious, Teen Wolf and The Secret Circle also share teasers of what fans can expect on each of their respective TV series.
'Breaking Bad's' Aaron Paul, James Ponsoldt of 'Smashed' Sundance
Aaron Paul and Mary Elizabeth Winstead play married alcoholics in James Ponsoldt's Sundance film, Smashed, which premiered on Sunday, Jan. 22.
The actor and director stopped by THR's Sundance Video Lounge at Village at the Lift to discuss the film, and the upcoming season of Breaking Bad.
Sundance: 'Compliance' Cast Responds to Controversial Premiere
Dreama Walker, Ann Dowd, Pat Healy and director Craig Zobel stop by THR's Sundance video lounge to discuss their controversial thriller Compliance, which is based on the true stories of innocent, female employees being interrogated and abused against their will.
The film was recieved to strong reactions and catcalls from a rowdy Park City audience during its premiere. Speaking with THR, Zobel and his cast recall their feelings during the fiery Q&A session and what they hope the audience takes away from their film.
Tim Heidecker Eric Wareheim 'Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie'
From the Sundance Film Festival Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim of Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie explain how Funny or Die became involved in their film about two guys who get a billion dollars to make a movie.
Mike Birbiglia and Ira Glass 'Sleepwalk with Me' Sundance 2012
Just hours before their Sundance premiere Mike Birbiglia and Ira Glass stop by to talk about their movie 'Sleepwalk with Me.'
Director Mike Birbiglia says that he started filming the feature even before he knew he had funding.
Michael Barker, Tom Bernard of Sony Pictures Classics
Michael Barker and Tom Bernard of Sony Pictures Classics stop by our THR lounge to talk about what they look for in a Sundance film.
When asked about the success of their foreign films Tom added, "One point that I think is significant is the audience does not have a problem with subtitles anymore. We release Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and it did $127 million with the subtitles and it wasn't a factor."
China Machado, Beverly Johnson 'About Face' Sundance 2012
Shot in Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' intimate portrait style, participants include Isabella Rossellini, Christie Brinkley, China Machado, and Beverly Johnson among others. Designer Calvin Klein says in the film, 'They had something inside that came through...they had character, they had personality. Those qualities never age'.
Antonio Campos and the Cast of 'Simon Killer' Sundance 2012
Antonio Campos delves back into somber material with Simon Killer, a film about a young American man who falls in love with a French prostitute. Campos calls Simon a “character study” of male angst and utterly reflective of his ingrained love for being frightened as an audience member.
FX's biker drama has never shied away from a good death -- whether that's through a bullet to the head or a bloody fight on the streets of Charming. With season five starting off with the death of beloved member Opie, THR takes a look back at some of the show's most pivotal deaths. Warning: Spoilers ahead. View gallery
THR’s Sherry Lansing Leadership Award winner opens up about counseling Queen Latifah and Steve Harvey, “the only thing” she questioned about leaving her daily talker and why “there won’t be a ‘next Oprah.’ ” View gallery
Interviewed at her home, THR's Sherry Lansing Leadership Award winner opens up about how "fame and success made me soft," her candid advice to talk show hosts Queen Latifah and Steve Harvey, and the truth about the reports that stress and a crushing workload drove her over the edge: "I never had a nervous breakdown." Read More