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Sundance Boys to Watch

After combing through a myriad films at Sundance, The Inside Source rounds up the top cuties we feel you’d be wise to follow this year. 

(1) Nick Robinson (Toy’s House) is a Sundance virgin this year. At 17 years old, the budding actor has the swagger and acting chops of a baby Brad Pitt. 

(2) Miles Teller (Spectacular Now). Costarring with Shailene Woodley (the daughter from The Descendants), Teller gives commanding performance to catapult his career. Film releases July 2013 in theaters.

(3) Boyd Holbrook (Very Good Girls). The man forming a triangle between of Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olson, this model-turned-actor is creating heat in the movie directed by Naomi Foner (Jake and Maggie Gyllenhall’s mother).

(4) David Lambert (Lifeguard). Since age 3 he’s been doing theater. Now that he’s playing teen lover to the older lifeguard Kristen Bell, our little Lambert has grown up.

(Photo: IMDB. Text by Jauretsi)

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Sundance Dispatch:  Day 8
"Thank you all so much for coming to the last screening of Lifeguard,"said Director Liz W. Garcia for her movie that stars Kristen Bell which The Inside Source was thrilled to attend. “In spite of my hangover, my overall puffiness, headache, and incredible fatigue where I’m wondering if any of my organs will fail at any moment, I am not ready to be done with this experience of being at Sundance. Being here and being able to show the film to attractive people like yourselves has been the water green crossing on the red velvet cupcake. It’s been the most rewarding experience of my life, don’t tell me child, or my husband.” The Sundance programmers call today, “the hump day”. Now we know why.   
(Photo: Courtesy of the film. Talent: Kristen Bell. Text by Jauretsi)

Sundance Dispatch:  Day 8

"Thank you all so much for coming to the last screening of Lifeguard,"said Director Liz W. Garcia for her movie that stars Kristen Bell which The Inside Source was thrilled to attend. “In spite of my hangover, my overall puffiness, headache, and incredible fatigue where I’m wondering if any of my organs will fail at any moment, I am not ready to be done with this experience of being at Sundance. Being here and being able to show the film to attractive people like yourselves has been the water green crossing on the red velvet cupcake. It’s been the most rewarding experience of my life, don’t tell me child, or my husband.” The Sundance programmers call today, “the hump day”. Now we know why.   

(Photo: Courtesy of the film. Talent: Kristen Bell. Text by Jauretsi)