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Sundance 2014: 'Hits' director David Cross shares the secret of viral success -- VIDEO

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In the new dark comedy Hits, actor and writer/director David Cross (Arrested Development) explores what happens to Dave, a municipal worker living in a small town in upstate New York, when the video of his rants at City Hall suddenly go viral, granting him instant fame.

EW’s Laura Hertzfeld talked with the Hits cast about working with writer/director David Cross (while trying to coax him out from behind a video screen) and the secret formula to making viral videos:
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Sundance 2014: Elizabeth Banks searches for some hands-on healing in 'Little Accidents' -- VIDEO

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Tragedy brings two broken souls together in director/writer Sara Colangelo’s debut feature film, Little Accidents. Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games) plays the wife of a mining executive whose son goes missing and befriends the only survivor after a mining accident rattles their small town.

Chris Columbus serves as executive producer on the film and has a very personal connection to the dangerous trade. EW’s Anthony Breznican sat down at Sundance to talk with the cast — Banks, Boyd Holbrook (Hatfields & McCoys), and Jacob Lofland (Mud) — as well as Columbus and Colangelo about the film and the director’s maiden cinematic voyage.

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Sundance 2014: 'The One I Love' is 'more than just a couple fighting' -- VIDEO

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Charlie McDowell’s The One I Love stars Top of the Lake‘s Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass (Safety Not Guaranteed) as a troubled couple struggling with their marriage. The pair embark on a weekend trip in an attempt to fix their relationship only to find themselves faced with an unusual dilemma along the way.

Though McDowell, Moss, and Duplass are keeping tight-lipped as to what unusual situation transpires in the film, McDowell did tease that it’s a pretty big turn that happens early on in the film.

Watch EW’s exclusive interview with the cast of The One I Love below:
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Sundance 2014: EW's best and worst of the festival so far -- VIDEO

The 2014 Sundance Film Festival continues through the end of the week, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to pick some of our favorite movies from Park City, Utah, and some others that left us feeling a little cold.

Film critic Owen Gleiberman — who has been attending Sundance since 1995 — talks to EW’s Sara Vilkomerson about Bill Hader’s dramatic side, a film that took more than a decade to make, and whether or not Kristen Stewart is a convincing soldier.

Check out Owen’s favorites below:
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Sundance 2014: Richard Linklater discusses 12-year process of making 'Boyhood' -- VIDEO

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Director Richard Linklater put an astonishing twist on the classic coming-of-age story when he decided to shoot his latest film, Boyhood, over the course of 12 years. The film follows the life of 7-year-old Mason (Ellar Coltrane) as he grows and makes his way through his formative years from elementary school to high school.

EW’s Sara Vilkomerson sat down with Linklater and Boyhood stars Ethan Hawke (Getaway), Patricia Arquette (Boardwalk Empire), and Ellar Coltrane (Lone Star State of Mind) to discuss the process of making a film whose principle production started 4208 days ago:
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Joe Swanberg talks about his kinky new thriller '24 Exposures'

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Anyone who had only seen prolific director Joe Swanberg‘s two films of last year — the Olivia Wilde-starring Drinking Buddies and the Jane Adams-topped All the Light in the Sky – might conclude he is a sensitive and PC-friendly chronicler of low-key social interactions. On the other hand, anyone who had only seen the filmmaker’s new movie 24 Exposures could come away with the impression that he is an auteur of a rather different, and kinkier, stripe.

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Sundance 2014: Kurt Russell and nephews on 'The Battered Bastards of Baseball'

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Kurt Russell and his nephews, Chapman and Maclain Way, sat down with EW’s Nicole Sperling to talk about the family history behind their sports documentary. Watch the video below: READ FULL STORY

Sundance 2014: William H. Macy, Billy Crudup and Selena Gomez talk 'Rudderless' -- VIDEO

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William H. Macy’s directorial debut Rudderless stars Billy Crudup as a father grieving after the death of his son and Selena Gomez as the son’s girlfriend. The three sat down with EW’s Sara Vilkomerson to talk about the making of the film and its music. Watch the video below: READ FULL STORY

Sundance 2014: Elle Fanning, Glenn Close on 'Low Down' -- VIDEO

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Director Jeff Preiss’ Low Down is based on Amy Albany’s memoir about growing up in LA with a single, troubled dad who was involved in the 1970s jazz scene. The two, along with Elle Fanning, Glenn Close, Flea, and Tim Daly, chatted with EW’s Nicole Sperling about the personal nature of the film and what working with Albany on set was like. Watch the clip below: READ FULL STORY

Sundance 2014: 'What We Do in the Shadows' follows vampire roommates -- VIDEO

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It’s hard to imagine a world pre-Twilight. But it was before vampires were known as sparkly that writer/directors Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi dreamt up their latest project: a “documentary” crew following around a house of vampire roommates (er…flatmates).

EW’s Lindsey Bahr gets the full story about What We Do in the Shadows at EW’s video lounge at the Sundance Film Festival: READ FULL STORY

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