By Anne Thompson | Thompson on Hollywood December 13, 2012 at 4:28PM
As usually happens every year, the Sundance Film Festival has added four late entries to its official 2013 lineup.
In the midnight section is Chilean director Sebastián Silva's"Magic Magic," about an American girl who breaks down during a vacation in Chile; the film stars Juno Temple, Michael Cera and Emily Browning.
Also added are music documentary Greg “Freddy” Camalier’s "Muscle Shoals," Quentin Dupieux’s New Frontier comedy "Wrong Cops" and a From the Collection screening of Robert Rodriguez's 1993 debut, "El Mariachi," which is part of the Sundance Collection at UCLA.
The full slate is available here.