Danny Devito, Julie Delpy, Greta Gerwig, Zosia Mamet, Kieran Culkin, and director Todd Solondz give insider details and the challenges of working with animal actors on their new Sundance film 'Wiener-Dog.'
Bradley Whitford spoke about his Sundance film 'Other People' and his amazing and funny cast mates. Check out this video to find out why this flick is not only moving and hilarious but also quite cathartic!
Michael C. Hall, Rebecca Hall, Tracy Letts and director Antonio Campos talk about their Sundance film 'Christine,' which is based on real events. Plus find out why this is one of the director's favorite ensemble casts.
John Legend and Jurnee Smollett-Bell stopped by The IMDb Studio at Sundance to talk about their new show "Underground." John and Jurnee speak passionately how this is the first time a series focuses on the courageous men and women who risked their lives to break free from slavery by using the complex system of the Underground Railroad.
Spike Lee, who is debuting his new film 'Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall' at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, spoke with IMDb about the January 22 announcement that the Academy will be changing its rules to include more diversity in its voting process. Watch the video above to hear why Spike isn't changing his stance on boycotting the Oscars but why he commends the recent decision.
Kate Beckinsale, Chloe Sevigny, and Director Whit Stillman speak about shooting their film 'Love & Friendship.' They also reveal their favorite behind-the-scenes moments that involved cast-mate Steven Fry. Find out who was the biggest prankster. Plus, see how they fare in the IMDb Snow Hat game!
Director Spike Lee talks to IMDb about his latest documentary "Michael Jackson's Journey From Motown to Off the Wall.' Plus, find out how he feels about Michael Jackson's collaboration with Quincy Jones in 'The Wiz' and why working with Amazon Studios on his film 'Chi-Raq' has been an amazing experience.
Sam Neill and director Taika Waititi speak to IMDb about their film 'Hunt for the Wilderpeople,' which they claim is an "homage to all the great '80s adventure films"! Plus, find out their favorite memories of making the movie and how one moment might have saved $2 million!
Ellen Page, Allison Janney, John Benjamin, Tammy Blanchard, and filmmaker Sian Heder discuss their new drama 'Talulah.' Find out some of the challenges of working with babies and other memorable moments from the set.
Armie Hammer, Aja Naiomi King, Gabrielle Union, and Nate Parker open up about their historical drama 'The Birth of a Nation,' which delves into a side of the Nat Turner rebellion we haven't seen before. Plus, find out how Sundance helped him get his passion project off the ground.
Elisabeth Moss, Octavia Spencer, Boyd Holdbrook, and director Jason Lew speak about their powerful new film, discuss diversity on the set, and also have some fun playing the IMDb Snow Hat game, where we find out what roles they are most recognized for.
Maya Rudolph and Danny Glover speak to IMDb about their beautiful road movie 'Mr. Pig,' where they play an estranged father and daughter forced to come together. Find out what it was like working with pigs and how filming this movie was particularly special for Danny.
Bryce Dallas Howard, Chloe Sevigny, Kate Beckinsale, Michael C. Hall, and Elisabeth Moss are just a few of the stars at Sundance who got our favorite fan question in the IMDb snow hat game: What was your first on-screen kiss? Watch this video to find out who these A-listers smooched for the first time on camera. Hint: There might even be an on-screen kiss or two in this video!
When the Sundance stars like Maya Rudolph, John Legend, Armie Hammer, Allison Janney, and John Krasinski play the IMDb snow hat game and answer burning fan questions, hilarity ensues! Find out the stars' answers to some of these questions: What is the craziest thing a fan has ever done to you? What show are you obsessed with right now? What is an early IMDb credit you want people to revisit?