Kevin Smith hosts IMDb's exclusive coverage of the Sundance Film Festival from The IMDb Studio at Acura Festival Village. Stay tuned for an advance look at the films, filmmakers, and celebrities at the event.
"The Office" co-stars Mindy Kaling and Amy Ryan reunite in 'Late Night,' a Sundance comedy about women working on a long-running talk show. Hear how director Nisha Ganatra brought together Mindy, Amy, and the rest of the cast.
Building on her 'Crazy Rich Asians' success, Awkwafina talks about the emotional journey to her first leading role in 'The Farewell.' The breakout star, her castmates, and director Lulu Wang discuss the Sundance drama, which is centered on members of a Chinese family who grapple with decisions based on their grandmother's terminal illness.
Armie Hammer discusses what attracted him 'Wounds' and why Babak Anvari was the perfect choice to adapt and direct the dark material. Meanwhile, his co-star Zazie Beetz confirms the dopeness of the "Joker' script.
Zac Efron, Lily Collins, Haley Joel Osment, and Angela Sarafyan join Joe Berlinger, the director of 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,' to break down the reasons why their movie tells the story of serial killer Ted Bundy in a different way.
At Sundance 2019, filmmaker Dan Gilroy and members of his 'Velvet Buzzsaw' cast stop into the IMDb Studio at the Acura Village to discuss the huge reaction to their trailer debut and what attracted them to the idea of making a thriller set in the contemporary art world.
Mckenna Grace is at Sundance 2019 with her movie 'Troop Zero,' but we couldn't resist asking her about her role as young Carol Danvers in 'Captain Marvel' and the indie movie she made with Captain America, Chris Evans.
Patrick Brice and the cast of his horror/comedy 'Corporate Animals' discuss how the events of the movie quickly turn to thoughts of whether or not Demi Moore and company should eat one another after their team-building retreat goes off the rails.
Jeff Goldblum and his co-star Tye Sheridan sit down with Kevin Smith at the IMDb Studio at Acura Festival Village to go deep into the brain of writer-director Rick Alverson and their movie 'The Mountain,' the story of a young man who, after losing his mother, works with a physician specializing in lobotomies.
Writer/director Stephen Merchant, actress Florence Pugh, and her 'Fighting With My Family' castmates Lena Headey, Nick Frost, Vince Vaughn, and Jack Lowden discuss their fictional characters and their real-life counterparts, as well, as their love of the WWE. Joining them at the IMDb Studio at Acura Festival Village is former WWE superstar Paige, whose life story is the focus of the film.