Cobie Smulders

The ChefDance Media Lounge – sponsored by Tim Hortons Café & Bake Shop - kicked off day four of the Sundance Film Festival on Monday, January 26, hosting cast interviews with Sundance films including:

· "Digging for Fire" directed by Joe Swanberg, starring Jake Johnson, Brie Larsen and Rosemarie Dewitt

· "Brooklyn" directed by John Crowley, starring Emory Cohen

· "Call Me Lucky" starring Bobcath Goldthwait

· "Advantageous" starring directed by, Jennifer Phang starring Ken Jeong, Jacqueline Kim

Ron Livingston stopped by the space to watch the “Digging for Fire” cast interview, taking time aside to catch up with “Drinking Buddies” castmate Jake Johnson. Brooklyn Decker was also spotted stopping by the space and grabbing a cup of Tim Hortons coffee.

The ChefDance Dinner Series – sponsored by Freixenet Spanish Cava and Anchor Distilling – returned its fourth day of delicious dishes prepared by the finest chefs, with influencers and celebrity guests dining and enjoying their dinner at Sundance Film Festival. Chef Dustin Trani of Doma restaurant in Los Angeles, crafted specialty dishes for his guests including for the casts of “Results” including Cobie Smulders, Kevin Corrgian, Constance Zimmer and Anthony Michael Hall, “People, Places, Things” including Jemaine Clement, Regina Hall, Jessica Williams, Stephanie Allynne, and “Knock Knock” including Eli Roth, Lorenzo Izzo and Colleen Camp.

Cobie Smulders arrived ready to have a good time, entertaining her castmates with karate kicks as she walked through the front door. The entire cast seemed in good spirits during the dinner, chatting and laughing the entire time in the middle of the main dining room, opting out of the private room reserved for talent. Regina Hall enjoyed the evening alongside her cast mates, as they dined family-style at Marimekko-decorated table – wandering around the room chatting with various people before taking her seat.

The cast of “Knock Knock” got into a huddle immediately after entering the venue, with Eli Roth gathering them around and delivering a bit of good news that had the entire cast cheering and hugging. 

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