Movieline Week in Review: Sundance the Night Away

Closing time, suckers! Another week successfully completed here at Movieline HQ, which means it's time for another edition of our award-winning* Week in Review. Check back here on Saturday and Sunday for the hilarious words and sentences of weekend editor Dixon Gaines, and stick around for more Sundance updates from our team in Park City. In the meantime, click ahead for the good stuff!

[*Editor's Note: In our minds.]

· Big thanks to our interviewees this week: Danny Pudi, Zach Gilford, Reginald Hudlin, Ivan Reitman, Scott Speedman, Casey Wilson, Greta Gerwig and Verge designee Kyle Gallner.

· We kicked off Sundance with a look at 13 films that went from Park City to Oscar. Meanwhile, The Oscar Index made its final predictions before the nominations on Tuesday.

· One of the week's big questions: Why is Black Swan a hit? Answer: Lesbians, dummies!

· The Golden Globes happened, and Ricky Gervais burned everyone in Hollywood so badly that the Oscars might be as interesting as Saltine crackers. Let's just hope the Oscar after parties are as fun as the Globes, though. Right, Paz de la Huerta and Michael Douglas?

· Addams Family Values got the Bad Movies We Love treatment this week. Spoiler: It's not bad!

· Speaking of bad: Smoking might be bad for you, but this gallery of screen smokers is not.

· And finally, we tracked the evolution of Natalie Portman, and the devolution of her No Strings Attached co-star Ashton Kutcher.