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We've rounded up this week's headlines, from Zoe Saldana's move to L.A. to the Sundance Film Festival lineup. Consider this your cheat sheet.
DTLA continues to nab stylish tenants. In addition to new Acne and Urban Outfitters locations, downtown will be getting the New York brand Oak in early 2014 and possibly the French label A.P.C. as well. We know where we'll be spending more time next year. (Racked)
Love ordering in? Based on an analysis of over 2,000 restaurants, Rentanna has rounded up the best neighborhoods in L.A. for food delivery. Topping the list were Fairfax, Century City, and West Hollywood, all of which offer a plethora of top-notch options. Check out the link to see the rest of the spots that made the list. (Rentanna)
Zoe Saldana talked to Los Angeles Magazine about making the big move from New York to L.A., learning to drive, and her favorite Los Feliz restaurant. (Los Angeles Magazine)
Once a year, Hollywood bundles up and heads to the Sundance Film Festival. The prestigious event just released its competition lineup, and we can hardly wait. Highlights include the drama Song One with Anne Hathaway and Camp X-Ray with Kristen Stewart. (Vulture)
Film.com made an amazing tribute to some of 2013's best movies with an 11-minute compilation video featuring a whopping 25 different films. Among the flicks included are Gravity, The Great Gatsby, and 12 Years a Slave. (Film.com)