It may be writer-director Jeff Baena’s third film to make it into Sundance, but he's no less nervous: "That moment when it’s shown for the very first time at Sundance, it’s just terrifying."

History and comedy collide with Aubrey Plaza, Alison Brie and Dave Franco in 'The Little Hours'

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The appeal of "xXx: Return of Xander Cage" lies in its outlandish action, innovative stunt spectacle to the extreme, defying all laws of nature.

Vin Diesel is back in action for 'XXX: The Return of Xander Cage,' but Donnie Yen steals the show

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Al Gore's "Inconvenient Sequel" had its Sundance premiere as the former vice president continued his climate change campaign saying: "The will to act is itself a renewable resource."

Al Gore on Donald Trump: 'No one person can stop' climate change movement

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"On a day that many find trying, we're happy to provide an evening of escape."
- AFI singer Davey Havok

In L.A., artists will try to play through what many consider a tough Inauguration Day

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The people have spoken!

"Finding Dory," Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan and “Outlander” are the big winners.

'Finding Dory' is the top movie of the 2017 People's Choice Awards

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Why is Kanye West not performing at the inauguration ceremonies?

Trump's inauguration plans too 'traditionally American' to include Kanye West

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The Sundance documentary "Icarus" tells the remarkable story of Russian whistle-blower‎ Grigory Rodchenkov, who went public with doping allegations last May.

Exclusive: Sundance documentary 'Icarus,' about Russian doping, could light another match under U.S.-Russia relations

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Wolverine goes into action in the new "Logan" trailer...and he's not alone.

Watch X-23 and Wolverine in action in new 'Logan' trailer

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With “Menashe,” director Joshua Weinstein seeks to get behind the veil of New York’s Hasidim.

How did a Sundance filmmaker shoot a scripted movie in the insulated world of New York’s Hasidim?

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The long saga over the Beatles catalog enters a new phase: Paul McCartney sues Sony/ATV over the rights to 267 songs that he wrote with John Lennon.

Get back: Paul McCartney sues Sony/ATV over Beatles song rights

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Sundance is always exciting — ski slopes, film nerds and movie stars! This year the festival's being held during a Presidential inauguration, a women’s protest march and the announcement of Oscar nominations. Follow our coverage here:

Sundance 2017 updates: The curtain rises on a diverse slate of films, returning talent and a political vibe

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Both “Manchester By the Sea” and “The Birth of a Nation” launched at Sundance. Both Nate Parker and Casey Affleck had sexual impropriety in their pasts. But why is only one cruising to an Oscar?

Race, privilege and a bad attitude: Why are Nate Parker and Casey Affleck being treated differently?

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The concert, which includes Chilean singer-songwriter Mon Laferte, will be presented in conjunction with more than 70 Southern California institutions that will comprise PST LA/LA.

Where music meets art: Café Tacvba and Santa Cecilia join L.A. Phil to kick off PST LA/LA

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Writer-director Alex Ross Perry talks through some images from his latest film, "Golden Exits," a Sundance submission.

First look at 'Golden Exits' with Jason Schwartzman, Chloë Sevingy and Beastie Boys' Adam Horovitz

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Good news for 'This is Us' fans. NBC has renewed the show for two more seasons.

NBC renews 'This Is Us' for two more seasons, creator talks future

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Alanis Morissette's business manager has admitted to embezzling millions of dollars from the music star.

Business manager admits to embezzling $4.8 million from singer Alanis Morissette, document shows

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Prophets of Rage and a reunited Audioslave are performing Friday in L.A. after Donald Trump is sworn in as commander in chief.

After Trump's swearing-in, the 'Anti-Inaugural Ball' will rev up Teragram Ballroom

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