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The 2015 Sundance Film Festival is currently underway in Park City, Utah, where some of the year's most talked-about independent films are screening for the first time. Here's our rundown of what everyone's talking about so far.
The Movie Everyone's Talking About
So Tell Me: The best way to describe Dope is to envision a mash-up of '90s "hood" movies -- everything from Juice and Menace II Society to House Party and Friday -- but with contemporary sensibilities, including scenes involving Bitcoin, drones, Amazon and hacking. Written and directed by Rick Famuyiwa -- and featuring a breakout performance by newcomer Shameik Moore -- the film tracks the lives of three "nerds" (Moore, Tony Revolori, Kiersey Clemons) navigating...
People We're Buzzing About
Brad Pitt: The actor walked the red carpet on Friday in behalf of True Story, starring James Franco. Pitt serves as a producer for the project.
Keanu Reeves: Making his first-ever appearance at Sundance, Reeves showed up with members of the cast as well as director Eli Roth for the world premiere of Knock Knock. The director says it's a "great thrill" to be making his Sundance debut with the film, which he says is a suspense movie rather than a hard-edged horror entry. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Courtney Love: The musician and occasional actress attended the premiere of Montage of Heck, a documentary about her late husband, Kurt Cobain. Love walked the red carpet with her daughter Frances Bean Cobain, now 22 years of age...