Rutger Hauer looks like Don Cherry mixed with Andy Warhol. James Franco talks to Elvis Mitchell for Movieline. Susan Sarandon plays ping pong with Lil Jon. Paul Rudd shaved. Terrence Howard makes the rounds. This picture of Miranda July and her 'The Future' players might just be the best promo still ever. And if you want to look back, FabSugar offers up a look at celebrity Sundance style over the last decade.
Erik Davis raved about 'Like Crazy': "Drake Doremus delivers what will probably go down as one of the best of the fest; an extremely personal, passionate and exceptionally well-crafted story starring Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones as two kids who fall hard for one another, but find their perfect relationship tested when forced apart for long periods at a time."
Christopher Campbell, meanwhile, saw 'The Guard.' He wrote: "this is completely Gleeson's movie and if you can't appreciate his performance here as being all that truly matters, you really don't have much reason to be talking of an actor's craft anyway."
Eric Snider dug into Dee Rees' latest. "'Pariah' feels overly familiar, a fairly standard entry in the broader genre of teen-centered dramas. But as criticisms go, 'This fails to be remarkable' isn't a very harsh one. 'Pariah' is definitely respectable work, with earnest intentions and a vivid depiction of a corner of American culture."
Jenni Miller discusses Elizabeth Olsen's Sundance breakout, and what it means to be the younger sister of Mary Kate and Ashley.
Cinematical videos offer up 5 minutes with actress-turned-writer/director Lake Bell about her short, 'Worst Enemy' and 5 minutes with filmmaking duo Chris Kentis and Laura Lau of 'Silent House.'
And a rundown of the biggest Sundance stories of the day, including the Twitter response to 'Red State.'