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Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler in "They Came Together." Courtesy Sundance Institute
Super busy Amy Poehler finds time to come to Sundance

First Published Jan 14 2014 10:29 am • Last Updated Jan 16 2014 06:23 pm

Amy Poehler is crazy busy.

She’s the star of the NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation." She an executive producer of the new Comedy Central sketch show "Broad City." She just co-hosted the Golden Globes with Tina Fey. She is the mother of two young children.

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“They Came Together” screenings

The movie, directed by David Wain about an unlikely whirlwind romance between a quirky couple in New York City, plays in the Premieres program.

Friday, Jan. 24, 9:45 p.m. » Eccles Theatre, Park City

Saturday, Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m. » The MARC, Park City

Sunday, Jan. 26, 3 p.m. » Tower Theatre, Salt Lake City

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And she’s returning to the Sundance Film Festival as the star of "They Came Together," playing opposite Paul Rudd in this romantic comedy that also features Ed Helms and Max Greenfield.

"As far as managing it, I mean, everybody’s busy," Poehler said as she was promoting "Broad City," which premieres Wednesday. "And so I just have a series of doubles that attend various functions.

"So I may or may not be Amy Poehler sitting here in front of you."

Gee, she sure looked like Amy Poehler.

She’s excited about going to Sundance to promote "They Came Together." It’s about a corporate exec (Rudd) at a big candy conglomerate and the owner of a small candy shop (Poehler) who fall in love; it premieres Friday, Jan. 24, at the Eccles Theatre.

So if you see Poehler in Park City, will it be one of her doubles?

"No. I go there myself," she said.

spierce@sltrib.com


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