At the tail end of this Michael Cera/Sundance article, THR notes some films that might appear at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009.
They include: a raunchy Ashton Kutcher's comedy called, "Spread," (Anne Heche appears to be the female love interest) a '60s coming-of-age story titled "An Education" starring Emma Thompson, Rosamund Pike and Peter Sarsgaard, Shana Feste's lost-child drama "The Greatest" (Pierce Brosnan with Susan Sarandon) and Antoine Fuqua's cop drama "Brooklyn's Finest" that stars Jesse Williams, Don Cheadle, Wesley Snipes, Ethan Hawke and Lili Taylor
The documentary side will likely showcase Nicholas Kristof 's "Reporter," R.J. Cutler's doc on Vogue editor Anna Wintour and a youth politics flick called, "The Youngest Candidate."
And now you know why we'll be staying at home...then again, last year's initial line-up was underwhelming [ed.then again, last year's full line-up was underwhelming and you get people saying ok films like "American Teen" and "Choke" are one of their favorite films of the year. Really?]. Sundance runs January 15-25 in gay-loathing Mormon country, Utah. Some animated film that doesn't interest us is opening up the fest.
Every film we saw at the Woodstock film festival from Sundance was terrible.