• Sundance movie review: Jonathan Majors garners fear, compassion in 'Magazine Dreams'

    8 days ago - By Reality TV World

    Magazine Dreams, which premiered Friday at the Sundance Film Festival, creates a unique character and allows Jonathan Majors to give an exceptional performance. The film's protagonist is both tragic and frightening, and Majors captures all of his sides.
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  • Sundance Debut! Woman Goes Into Labor During ‘Divinity' Screening Tonight

    8 days ago - By Deadline

    In a festival of world premieres galore, Sundance may have had its greatest debut ever tonight. During a screening of Divinity at the Egyptian Theater on Main Street in Park City, a woman went into labor during the movie. She was hastily taken away by paramedics after some quick action by theater security. The woman...
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  • Sundance goes wild for sexy corporate thriller ‘Fair Play'

    8 days ago - By My Sanantonio

    PARK CITY, Utah - The fire emoji was a common sight in tweets about the new corporate thriller “Fair Play,” which debuted Friday at the Sundance Film Festival.
    The movie follows two ambitious analysts at a cutthroat hedge fund, played by “Bridgerton's” Phoebe Dynevor and “Solo's” Alden Ehrenreich, who are also in a passionate and secret relationship. Several steamy scenes had some declaring the return of the erotic thriller.
    Film historian Karina Longworth, whose podcast “You Must Remember This” recently delved into the erotic thriller moment of the 1980s, tweeted that “It does for the...
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  • Jurors leave Sundance premiere over closed captioning glitch

    8 days ago - By My Sanantonio

    PARK CITY, Utah - Marlee Matlin, Jeremy O. Harris and Eliza Hittman exited the premiere of a film playing in competition at the Sundance Film Festival on Friday night after the closed captioning device failed to work.
    Matlin, who is deaf, is serving on the jury alongside Harris and Hittman for films debuting in the U.S. Dramatic Competition at the festival in Park City, Utah, this week. The jurors walked out collectively when they realized the situation, which happened during the premiere of “Magazine Dreams.” Variety first reported the news.
    Joana Vicente, the CEO of the Sundance...
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