Penn Badgley and 'Win Win's' Alex Shaffer take to the slopes, while other 'Gossip Girl-ite' Leighton Meester is snapped with Minka Kelly. Ed Helms kisses himself. Twilight alert: Stewart's ex, Michael Angarano, hangs with her soon-to-be-film-mother-in-law Elizabeth Reaser. Lake Bell waves for the camera. Hopping to a 'Higher Ground' with Vera Farmiga and Taissa Farmiga. And what celeb roundup is complete without Mario Lopez?
Erik Davis braved the hub-ub to see 'Red State.' He wrote: "The problem with 'Red State,' though, is that all the politics, preaching and gotta-slide-them-in-there sex jokes sort of overwhelm the movie to the point that it feels scattered and a little unfocused. Not that there aren't moments that completely paralyze you, but unfortunately those moments become hard to hear and recognize over all the loud, obnoxious gunfire."
Jenni Miller saw Miranda July's latest, 'The Future,' raving: "Viewers going into 'The Future' expecting a quirky comedy with a wacky talking cat will be sorely disappointed and possibly even pissed off. Those who go in with an open mind, however, will be rewarded. (I would be remiss if I didn't admit that it took well over 24 hours for me to come to terms with this myself.) July's bravery as a performer and storyteller to put herself and her characters in awkward or even harrowing situations is to be commended; to make this a happy, easy story would have been half-assed."
Christopher Campbell reviewed 'Hoop Dreams' helmer Steve James' latest, 'The Interrupters.' It looks like the talent is still there: "Like his 17-year-old classic, this is an incredible and moving film."
Campbell also had a chat with Morgan Spurlock about his latest doc, 'The Greatest Movie Ever Sold' and the business around corporate sponsorship.
It was only a matter of time before Elizabeth Olsen's 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' was picked up. Fox Searchlight nabbed the worldwide rights, while Liddell Entertainment grabbed most of the world rights to her other film, 'Silent House.'
The studio also bought the worldwide remake rights to the feature documentary, 'The Bengali Detective.'
Magnolia has teamed up with Participant Media to grab the U.S. rights to 'Page One: A Year Inside The New York Times.'
And Participant also acquired the North American rights to Maryam Keshavarz's 'Circumstance.'
National Geographic grabbed the global film project 'Life in a Day.'
Sundance Selects bags Cindy Meehl's 'Buck.'
Sundance Day 5: Minute by Minute
iW chats with 'Pariah' actress Adepero Oduye.
In honor of Eugene Jarecki's latest, 'Reagan,' iW offers up Ten Things You Forgot (Or Never Knew) About Ronald Reagan.
Morgan Spurlock chats about 'The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.'
A 'Red State' review and one more top ten: Choice quotes from Kevin Smith's 'Red State' rant.
TWEETS, BUZZ & OTHER NEWS
AOL Late Night with Kevin Smith, Adam Carolla and Kevin Pollak kicks off tonight.
Al Pacino may have just won a Golden Globe, but his Sundance film 'The Son of No One,' which also stars Channing Tatum, Ray Liotta, Juliette Binoche and Katie Holmes, inspired an "exodus." Our own @erikdavis: "'The Son of No One' is the 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' of cable-ready cop dramas."
@erickohn: Standing ovation for ruminative sci-fi drama ANOTHER EARTH. Cheap look, epic aspirations. Falls short of them, but great ideas.
@bing Exclusive video: Watch @helloross interview Robert Redford as he explains his original #Sundance visions: http://binged.it/eEgeqW
Entertainment Weekly chats with 'Cedar Rapids' players Ed Helms and Anne Heche.
@CAMERON_TIFF: HIGHER GROUND at #Sundance: Vera Farmiga has made something beautiful. Something else.
'The Host' director Bong Joon-Ho sings "Uptown Girl" with Michael Lerman: