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As Sundance continues over the weekend, The Hollywood Reporter is catching up with the actors, directors and creators making their way to Park City. Below are a few highlights from Friday at the festival.
?Adam Scott and Jason Schwartzman stopped by THR‘s Sundance Lounge to chat about their new film, The Overnight, which premiered at the festival on Friday. In a review, THR‘s critic wrote that the title was a “sporadically amusing but not massively well-endowed throwback to that quaint relic, the swinger comedy.”
? Meanwhile, Cynthia Nixon and Christopher Abbott shared their experiences making James White. In a review on Friday, THR‘s critic deemed the title “a viscerally acted drama whose rich visual and sonic textures intensify the plunge into the title character’s messy life.
?Kristen Wiig, Alexander Skarsgard and Bel Powley shared a bit about Diary of a Teenage Girl, a drama set in 1970s San Francisco. The title is part of the U.S. dramatic competition at the festival.
?A Sundance panel moderated by THR‘s film reporter Rebecca Ford featured a lively chat on lessons learned while trying to make a career in Hollywood. The discussion included a debate over the practice of buying viewership.
?Film finance was a topic at a THR Talks panel moderated by writer Sharon Swart. “I’m a gigantic proponent of crowdsourcing,” producer and film executive John Sloss explained in the discussion.
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