Sundance 2012 is only four days in, and already, the Park City film festival has had its fair share of headlines only Hollywood could write itself.
On Sunday night, Tracy Morgan was rushed to the hospital after falling unconscious at the Creative Coalition Spotlight Awards ceremony.
From a combination of exhaustion and altitude, Tracy is seeking medical attention . . . any reports of Tracy consuming alcohol are 100 percent false, his rep, Lewis Kay, told TMZ.
Morgan wasn't the only one making headlines. On Saturday, comedian Aziz Ansari was reportedly booed on stage when he was opening for rapper Drake, who was running hours late for the private concert.
According to New York Magazine, the boos were mainly due to fans who were tired of waiting for Drake's arrival.
And just when Anzari began to break down his reason for being there (money, he joked), Cuba Gooding Jr. took to the stage and told the crowd to Shut the f--k up . . . he's trying to make us laugh . . . shut up and let him do his s--t.
I really don't care that much, Cuba Gooding Jr., but thank you very much, Ansari responded.
In other news, Taylor Swift arrived at Sundance to show support for Rory Kennedy (who premiered the HBO documentary about her mother, Ethel); Kate Bosworth planted a big kiss on boyfriend-director Michael Polish at the Creative Coalition Spotlight Awards (where she was honored with a Spotlight Initiative Award); and Spike Lee argued that studios know nothing about black people (during an introduction to his film, Red Hook Summer).
Several projects have also been picked up by major studios. CBS Films acquired The Words (Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana, Jeremy Irons); LD Distribution purchased the North American right to Polish's Black Rock; Sony Pictures Classics also bought rights to Malik Bendjelloul's directorial debut Searching for Sugar Man; Magnolia bought distribution rights to Sundance's opening documentary, The Queen of Versailles.
Scroll down for weekend highlights from Sundance 2012. The festival runs through Jan. 29.