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Stars at Sundance

Amanda Seyfried, Steve Carell, Dakota Fanning, Jessica Alba and many more strike a pose during the Park City festivities.

The stars have once again flocked to Park City, Utah, for the annual Sundance Film Festival. Here we've rounded up some of our favorites, striking a pose behind the scenes.

Amanda Seyfried poses while promoting the film "Lovelace" at the Fender Music Lodge in Park City on Jan. 22.

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Adam Brody of the film "Lovelace" poses at the Fender Music Lodge during Sundance on Jan. 22.

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Actresses Dakota Fanning, left, and Elizabeth Olsen pose for a portrait at the Getty Images Portrait Studio at Village at the Lift in Park City, Utah, on Jan. 23. The two are promoting "Very Good Girls."

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Actors Jessica Alba, left, Adam Scott and Amy Poehler promote "A.C.O.D." during Sundance at the Getty Images Portrait Studio on Jan. 23.

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Actor Shia LaBeouf, from the film "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman," poses at the Getty Images Portrait Studio in Park City, Utah.

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Actress Evan Rachel Wood, from the film "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman," poses at the Getty Images Portrait Studio during Sundance.

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Actresses Radha Mitchell, left, and Kate Bosworth pose for a portrait to promote "Big Sur" at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 22.

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Actor Peter Sarsgaard is in Park City for the film "Lovelace." Here he poses at the Getty Images Portrait Studio at Village at the Lift.

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Boyd Holbrook from the film "Very Good Girls" poses for a portrait at the Fender Music Lodge on Jan. 22.

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Actors Ben Foster, left, Rooney Mara, center, and Casey Affleck pose for a portrait to promote the film "Aint Them Bodies Saints" on Jan. 20.

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Actress January Jones poses for a portrait while promoting the film "Sweetwater" during Sundance on Jan. 22.

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Actor Jason Isaacs from the film "Sweetwater" poses for a portrait at the Fender Music Lodge in Park City.

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Actor Steve Carell, of "The Way, Way Back," is photographed at the Getty Images Portrait Studio in Park City, Utah.

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Actress Toni Collette from the film "The Way, Way Back" poses for a portrait at the Fender Music Lodge on Jan. 22.

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Actress Maya Rudolph and actor Sam Rockwell of "The Way, Way Back" get close in the Getty Images Portrait Studio on Jan. 22.

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Actor Dermot Mulroney poses for a portrait at the Photo Studio for MSN Wonderwall at ChefDance in Park City on Jan. 22.

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Actor Michael Cera poses for a portrait at the Photo Studio for MSN Wonderwall at ChefDance on Jan. 22.

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Actresses Leslie Bibb, left, and Riki Lindhome of "Hell Baby" pose during Sundance on Jan. 21.

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Actress Leslie Bibb and actor Rob Corddry pose at the Getty Images Portrait Studio to promote "Hell Baby."

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Actresses Nicole Kidman, left, and Mia Wasikowska promote "Stoker" during an appearance at Sundance on Jan. 21.

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Actress Catherine O'Hara poses while promoting "A.C.O.D." at the Getty Images Portrait Studio.

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Actor Daniel Radcliffe and director John Krokidas pose for a portrait in Park City, Utah, on Jan. 18. The two are promoting "Kill Your Darlings."

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Actors Daniel Manche, left, Sean Young, center, and Lauren Ashley Carter pose in Park City while promoting "Jug Face."

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Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock poses for a portrait at the Getty Images Portrait Studio on Jan. 21. He has a new documentary short film called "You Don't Know Jack."

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