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Scene and heard at Sundance: Josh Duhamel goes to the dogs, Glenn Close goes shopping

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Fergie gave birth to the couple’s first child in August — a son named Axl.

"It’s funny to watch (Axl and Zoe) start developing a bond because at first Zoe wanted nothing to do with Axl and Axl could’ve cared less because he’s a baby," Duhamel said. "But now he’s 4 1/2 months old and he’s starting to reach out and pet her and touch her and he’s interested in what she’s doing and she sees him purely as a potential ball thrower."

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Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz was also at the event. He says he’s a lifelong dog lover and one of his favorite things about pets is that they don’t know what his day job is.

"They don’t care. That’s the reason why I love them," said Ortiz. "They don’t care how your day was, they always expect you the same way, they always wait for you the same way."

— Alicia Rancilio

MOTHER-DAUGHTER TIME • Glenn Close and her daughter, Annie Maude Starke, made an after-hours appearance at a gift lounge on Main Street.

Two hours after the Variety Studio shut its doors, Close and Starke sneaked in for some private shopping and bonding.

The two actresses laughed and chatted as they tried on winter coats Monday night, each leaving with a leather jacket and a fur-trimmed, long puffer coat.

Close is in Park City to promote the film "Low Down." Starke just came for fun.

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— Sandy Cohen

FAMOUS GAMERS • Stars looking for a break from the film-focused action at Sundance were able to indulge in some video-game action.

Elijah Wood laid down and flexed his abs to play the "Core Luge" game at the Nintendo Chalet. Kate Hudson kicked off her shoes to play a game called "Hose Down" that involves countless lunges.

Other stars that took time to get gamey were Aaron Paul, Joe Manganiello and Christina Hendricks, who played a ski game with her husband.

— Sandy Cohen

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