The Sundance Film Festival has wrapped for the year and we have a fun gallery of the stars of the festival's buzziest films. Check out the snaps of the co-stars who stopped by in between interviews and screenings, like Jessica Alba, Daniel Radcliffe, Amy Poehler and Steve Carell. With silly faces and playful poses thrown into the mix, we like to think of them as Sundance's very own photo booth.
Jennifer Lopez wore a white KaufmanFranco dress on the red carpet at the Las Vegas premiere of her movie Parker last night. She and co-star Jason Statham brought their thriller to Planet Hollywood in Sin City following a Thursday screening in NYC. J Lo had lots of support from her guys last night, since her boyfriend, Casper Smart, posed for photos by her side. He also accompanied her and Jason to the after-party inside the casino. Despite some initial critics of Parker not loving what they saw, the New York Times reviewed it as a reasonably good thriller. Reviewer A.O. Scott wrote that the film is "great fun" and that director Taylor Hackford "knows how to pull off a caper without making a big deal about it."
The Sundance Film Festival shows no signs of slowing on the Winter style front, as celebrities continue to flock to Park City, Utah, to showcase their latest projects. With the freezing-cold temperatures in mind, celebs have skipped their usual dress routines for something a little more covered up — but just as cool. Jessica Alba added a trend-setting touch to the Sundance scene with a black-and-white Christian Dior number, Dakota Fanning showed off her cool-girl aesthetic in an embellished mini by Louis Vuitton, and Kate Bosworth continued her high-fashion streak in a Calvin Klein shearling top and vinyl skirt. As for the rest, it was a perfect mix of cable-knit staples, vintage-inspired denim, and cool-girl boots — in short, Winter pieces that prove that bundling up doesn't have to mean covering up great style. Click on to see even more of Sundance's most stylish celeb appearances — and come back often for updates!
— Additional reporting by Marisa Tom, Hannah Weil, and Mandi Villa
Jessica Alba and Amy Poehler share the screen in A.C.O.D., which premiered yesterday at the Sundance Film Festival. Adam Scott, who produced the film, and also plays Amy's love interest on Parks and Recreation, joined the leading ladies and the rest of the cast for the red carpet and after party. Jessica came to Utah straight from Paris Couture Week in France, but all that travel didn't slow her down. Jessica and her friends looked to be in great spirits as they celebrated at Silver on Main Street. Jessica also shared sweet photos of herself posing with the rest of the A.C.O.D. cast, including Amy and Adam.
Kate Bosworth and her fiancé Michael Polish premiered and promoted the film that brought them together, Big Sur, at the Sundance Film Festival yesterday. Michael directed the movie, which is an adaptation of Jack Keroauc's book of the same name, and Kate stars in it as one of Jack's lovers. Kate and Michael met while making Big Sur, and the actress revealed that she fell in love with Michael first as a director before their romantic relationship started. Kate also celebrated her 30th birthday in early January and spoke to press about taking on more mature roles like this one as she enters the next big decade of her life and career.
Amanda Seyfried and Peter Sarsgaard joined the rest of their cast for the highly anticipated Sundance Film Festival premiere of Lovelace yesterday. The movie, about famous porn actress Linda Lovelace, has been making headlines ever since casting and is already getting good buzz after its debut. Just hours after Lovelace screened to its first audiences, it had reportedly already nabbed a distribution deal with RADiUS-TWC. On the red carpet, Amanda spoke about having no reservations about taking on the risqué role, which she took on back to back with Les Misérables. Elsewhere at Sundance, Peter had a family reunion with brother-in-law Jake Gyllenhaal and mother-in-law Naomi Foner, who directed Very Good Girls, which was also at the festival. Peter and Jake joined Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen for a celebration of all of their films.
The Sundance Film Festival shows no signs of slowing on the Winter style front, as celebrities continue to flock to Park City, Utah to showcase their latest projects. With the freezing-cold temperatures in mind, celebs have skipped their usual dress routine for something a little more covered up — but just as cool. For their respective premieres, Dakota Fanning and Amanda Seyfried each styled some polished plays on event wear. Dakota channeled her signature quirk and charm in a midriff-baring Louis Vuitton top-and-skirt set, while Amanda kept it simple and sleek with a Michael Kors blazer to dress up a printed knit and skinny bottoms. Meanwhile, Kate Bosworth continued to showcase her fashion prowess (even in the cold) with a printed Mulberry sheath and biker boots. As for the rest, it was a perfect mix of cable-knit staples, vintage-inspired denim, and cool-girl boots — in short, Winter pieces that prove that bundling up doesn't have to mean coveringup great style. Click on to see even more of Sundance's most stylish celeb appearances — and come back often for updates!
— Additional reporting by Marisa Tom, Hannah Weil, and Mandi Villa
Jake Gyllenhaal stepped out to support mum Naomi Foner, the screenwriter behind Very Good Girls, at the film's Sundance Film Festival premiere yesterday. He was joined by brother-in-law Peter Sarsgaard, who's married to Maggie Gyllenhaal and also stars in the picture. It was an extra busy night for Peter, since he also debuted Lovelace with Amanda Seyfried. Very Good Girls leading lady Dakota Fanning attended the screening at the Eccles Center theater and later on linked up with her and Peter's co-star Elizabeth Olsen at an after party. Jake made the rounds with his pal Jenny Lewis. He looked good while doing so — Jake has a new look, with slicked-back hair, for a new project. He's been in Georgia making Prisoners with Hugh Jackman.
The Sundance Film Festival is in full swing in Park City, UT, and celebrities are bringing their cold-weather style A-game. With temperatures dipping into the freezing zone, warm layers and protective outerwear are key. Shailene Woodley caught our eye in Marni, while Jessica Biel and Naomi Watts went for outfits made up of wintry basics. Watch our Sundance style recap for all the details!
Shia LaBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood debuted their new romantic fairy tale thriller, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, at the Sundance Film Festival yesterday. Shia's currently shaved head is a far cry from the wild hair that he sports in the movie, in which he also frequently shows off a shirtless toned physique. Evan, who recently revealed her pregnancy, plays a Romanian woman in the film, which takes place almost entirely in Bucharest. Shia's sense of humour shines throughout the bloody, action-packed project. Also making a fun appearance in the movie was Rupert Grint, whose drug-addled aspiring porn star is a very funny departure from Harry Potter's best friend Ron Weasley.