Bridesmaids the sequel?
Not exactly. But the comparisons being made between the hit (and now Oscar-nominated) flick and the new Kirsten Dunst movie Bachelorette are certainly understandable because they both deal with somewhat similar subject matter.
"We're all huge fans of Bridesmaids," costar Lizzy Caplan told E! News at the film's premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. "I think Bachelorette takes it to a much darker, more independent place."
"Dark in a fun way, though," added Dunst.
Bachelorette—coproduced by funnyman Will Ferrell—also stars James Marsden, who, when asked what he thinks makes for a good bachelorette party, joked: "I wouldn't know because mine sucked."
E! News also caught up with Ice-T, who's braving the chilly Salt Lake City temps to promote his new documentary Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap.
"It's a cool movie for people who love hip-hop, think they love it or never even heard one rap record," he said.
Check out the clip above to hear more Sundance scoop from the likes of Justin Long, Elizabeth Olsen and How I Met Your Mother star Josh Radnor!
—Reporting by William Marfuggi