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  1. Sundance: Beastie Boys' Adam Horovitz on Why Acting Is "Better Than a Job"

    7:30 am 1/21/2017

    As he heads to the festival with two films — 'Golden Exits' and 'Roxanne Roxanne' — the former rapper talks about his first, "really bad" role three decades ago and why he's hoping to book more acting gigs.Read more

  2. Sundance: Chelsea Handler, John Legend, More Converge on Main Street for Anti-Trump March

    7:18 am 1/21/2017

    Thousands of marchers descended on Park City carrying signs that read "Make American Compassionate Again" and "We Live in Trumpled Times."Read more

  3. Women's March: America Ferrera Among Estimated 500,000 People Protesting in D.C.

    6:13 am 1/21/2017

    Similar demonstrations were planned across the country and abroad.Read more

  4. How Obama's Legacy Can Help Hollywood Work More Democratically — and Creatively (Guest Column)

    6:00 am 1/21/2017

    The JOBS Act, passed in 2012 with strong bipartisan support, allows for equity crowdfunding, as the founders of a new entertainment company celebrate their fans' ability to participate in the creation and the success of the projects they fund.Read more

  5. ‘Axolotl Overkill’: Film Review | Sundance 2017

    6:00 pm 1/20/2017

    German writer Helene Hegemann brings her bestselling and shocking novel to the screen in the Sundance World Dramatic contende, 'Axolotl Overkill.'Read more

  6. Shailene Woodley, Nick Robinson Manager Nils Larsen Joins Management 360

    4:34 pm 1/20/2017

    Larsen is making the move from Principato-Young Entertainment. Read more

  7. 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Actor Jorge Lendeborg Jr. Joins YA Movie 'Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda' (Exclusive)

    4:11 pm 1/20/2017

    Jorge Lendeborg Jr. joins Nick Robinson and Logan Miller in the coming-of-age and coming-out story. Read more

  8. Kristen Stewart ('Come Swim' Director) on Female Directors: "Just Make Stuff" | Sundance 2017

    3:18 pm 1/20/2017

    "I think it's going to be easier now, especially now that we're all so pissed," said the actress turned director.Read more

  9. 'Last Men in Aleppo': Film Review | Sundance 2017

    2:35 pm 1/20/2017

    Syrian filmmaker Feras Fayyad directed 'Last Men in Aleppo,' about the siege of Aleppo, with Danish co-director and editor Steen Johannessen.Read more

  10. 'A Dog's Purpose' Writer Says On-Set Video "Mischaracterizes What Happened"

    2:06 pm 1/20/2017

    Author and co-screenwriter W. Bruce Cameron questions the legitimacy of the footage, which has prompted the cancellation of the Universal film's premiere.Read more

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