Robert Redford's latest film will debut this month, where else, at the Sundance Film Festival.

Coincidence? The actor/director swears it’s just that.

“We made a deal that I would stay out of (the festival programmers’) business. I told John Cooper ‘Just make sure that I don’t ever think anything I do will be in the festival. That would be self-interest’ … Then John went out of bounds. That was his choice, it wasn’t mine.”

In other entertainment news …

Redford touted this year’s Sundance Film Festival as a win for artistic diversity in a USA Today feature. Expect a wide array of films to be screened in Park City, Utah – everything from the left to the Michael Moore left will be on display.

… That “Blob” remake gets a new director, action veteran Simon West. The film’s producers promise not to use any Jello-brand products or pudding pops in the titular monster.

… Sequel alert! More Live Earth concerts planned by Al Gore to raise awareness on climate change. Artists returning for a second round of concerts vow to smash their original carbon footprint records.

… We have our new ‘Supergirl,’ ‘Glee’ star Melissa Benoist. Let the cultural firestorm over the character’s costume, choice of directors and comparison to the canon begin.

Martin Scorsese’s Bill Clinton documentary stalled over control issues. Pressed for comment, the former president said, “It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘stalled’ is.”

… Fifth ‘Pirates‘ movie filling out cast, plot details. New film won’t actually tell a traditional story but explain what the heck happened in the previous sequels. Running time is expected to be just under six hours.

Jennifer Lopez defends her film choices, saying there are worse movies than “Gigli.“The Room” director Tommy Wiseau could not be reached for comment.