Salma Hayek
In addition to legendary documentary voice Sir David Attenborough, Salma Hayek and Penélope Cruz are also joining the series as narrators.
Jim Gaffigan and Joe Manganiello also star in the new comedy written and directed by "Grown Ups" scribe Fred Wolf.
Salma Hayek also stars in the financial heist, which looks a bit like "The Social Network" meets "The Big Short."
Jesse Eisenberg and an unrecognizable Alexander Skarsgård lead a financial thriller so odd you won't believe it's not based on a true story.
Just one day after participating in the historic march for equality at the festival, the actress and producer sounds off on the current climate (and where we go next).
Weinstein says he never pressured the actress into filming a lesbian sex scene during the making of "Frida."
In a wrenching new essay for the New York Times, Hayek details the occurrences that marred her experience making her dream project "Frida," all at the hands of the disgraced producer.
There’s something fun buried under all this nonsense, but this late summer whiff is too lazy to do any digging, or even get its hands dirty.
The actress received criticism for comments she made during a luncheon.
"Let’s not just spend all the time in the anger," Hayek said to Williams at a Sundance luncheon celebrating women in film.
The dramatic comedy from director Miguel Arteta premiered Monday in Sundance's Premieres section.
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