Jodie Foster is going to be one face you won't be seeing at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
The production outfit Egg Pictures -- a company owned by Foster and her producing partner Meg LeFauve -- has lifted its film "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys" from the Sundance lineup in the last minute, Daily Variety reported Monday.
The film -- which stars Foster as a nun in a Southern Catholic school -- was to serve as the Park City, Utah, festival's Centerpiece Premiere, but word is that the $20 million budget is still in post-production and won't be completed in time for the festival in late January.
I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS: Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney, who underwent bypass surgery on Dec. 20, was released from the hospital Monday and spent Christmas evening at his mother-in-law's house, The Associated Press reported.
"He's more than happy to be out on Christmas Day," Kevin Pawley, manager for the 80-year-old actor, told AP.