Kristen Stewart, Kellan Lutz + More Stars at Sundance Film Festival – SEE PHOTOS!

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8:02 pm, January 17th, 2014


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The 2014 Sundance Film Festival kicked off on Thursday, bringing stars ranging from Kristen Stewart to Philip Seymour Hoffman to Park City, Utah.

Kellan Lutz, Christina Hendricks, and Aaron Paul are also among the celebs gathered for a mix of movie premieres, intimate photo shoots, and plenty of time on the slopes.

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  1. 1.Kristen Stewart Kristen Stewart (Getty Images)
  2. 2.Kristen Stewart and Robert Redford Kristen Stewart and Robert Redford (Getty Images)
  3. 3.Kellan Lutz Kellan Lutz (Getty Images)
  4. 4.Kellan Lutz Kellan Lutz (Getty Images)
  5. 5.Aaron Paul Aaron Paul (Getty Images)
  6. 6.Christina Hendricks and Geoffrey Arend Christina Hendricks and Geoffrey Arend (Getty Images)
  7. 7.Philip Seymour Hoffman Philip Seymour Hoffman (Getty Images)
  8. 8.Chanel Iman and Ireland Baldwin Chanel Iman and Ireland Baldwin (Getty Images)
  9. 9.Chloe Grace Moretz Chloe Grace Moretz (Getty Images)
  10. 10.Joe Manganiello Joe Manganiello (Getty Images)
  11. 11.Lil Jon Lil Jon (Getty Images)
  12. 12.Jason Momoa Jason Momoa (Getty Images)
  13. 13.Rose McGowan Rose McGowan (Getty Images)
  14. 14.Miles Teller Miles Teller (Getty Images)

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Daniel Radcliffe: It’s ‘Very Strange’ There’s Focus on My ‘Gay Sex’ in Kill Your Darlings

4:26 pm, January 20th, 2013



Daniel Radcliffe says it’s “very strange” that people are focusing on his gay sex scenes in the film Kill Your Darlings, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Friday.


The former child star, who stars as Beat Generation poet Allen Ginsberg, has several scenes in the movie during which he engages in masturbation and gay sex.

“It’s interesting that it’s deemed shocking,” he told MTV News, before pointing out, “For me, there’s something very strange about that because we see straight sex scenes all the time. We’ve seen gay sex scenes before. And I don’t know why a gay sex scene should be any more shocking than a straight sex scene. Or both of them are equally un-shocking.”

Radcliffe, whose character was nude and mutilated horses in the Broadway play “Equus,” further noted that it “weirded” him out most that people are “asking me all these questions about the gay sex scenes. I was like, ‘You know I did ‘Equis?’”

“Some people are asking me questions like this is a more shocking subject, which is so strange,” he added.

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