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The 2013 Sundance Film Festival features a wide variety of movie premieres, including dramas with stars like Scarlett Johansson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Don Jon's Addiction), Ashton Kutcher (jOBS), and Nicole Kidman (Stoker). Click through the gallery to see which other famous faces show up in this year's Sundance Film Festival lineup.
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Thu., Jan. 17 - Michael Cera in Crystal Fairy
In a fit of drunkenness at a wild party, Jamie (Cera) invites an eccentric woman -- a radical spirit named Crystal Fairy (Gaby Hoffman) -- to come along on what is meant to be a devil-may-care journey but instead becomes a battle of wills as Jamie finds himself locking horns with his new traveling companion.
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Fri., Jan. 18 - Scarlett Johansson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Don Jon's Addiction
Even the finest flings don’t compare to the transcendent bliss Jon Martello (Gordon-Levitt) achieves alone in front of the computer watching pornography. Dissatisfied, he embarks on a journey to find a more gratifying sex life, but ends up learning larger lessons of life and love through relationships with two very different women.
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Sat., Jan. 19 - Felicity Jones and Guy Pearce in Breathe In
When music teacher Keith Reynolds' (Pearce) wife Megan (Amy Ryan) decides the family should host foreign exchange student Sophie (Jones), the British high school senior soon rekindles an impetuous aspect of Keith’s personality.
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Thu., Jan. 20 - Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska in Stoker
After India’s (Wasikowska) father dies, her Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode), whom she never knew existed, comes to live with her and her emotionally unstable mother, Evelyn (Kidman). Soon after his arrival, India begins to suspect this mysterious, charming man has disturbing ulterior motives, but instead of feeling outraged, the friendless girl becomes increasingly infatuated with him.
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Fri., Jan. 21 - Shia LaBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood in The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman
Obeying his mother's last wish, Charlie (LaBeouf) travels to Europe with no plans. He lands in a truly unknown place -- wilder, weirder, and more foreign than he could have imagined. Committed to spontaneous, explosive, and instinctive acts, Charlie finds himself pursuing an equally lost soul named Gabi (Wood), a mysterious Romanian woman unable to shake her dark, violent past.
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Tue., Jan. 22 - Amanda Seyfreid in Lovelace
Lovelace tells the story behind the Deep Throat phenomenon. Fleeing her strict religious family, Linda Boreman (Seyfried) falls for charismatic hustler Chuck Traynor (Peter Sarsgaard), who launches her pornography career. Reborn as “Linda Lovelace,” the charming girl next door skyrockets to international sensation with her uncanny capacity for fellatio.
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Sat., Jan. 22 - Dakota Fanning in Very Good Girls
Best friends Lilly (Fanning) and Gerry (Elizabeth Olsen) spend the summer at home before parting ways for college. They meet David, whom they both fall for, and Lilly begins a secret relationship with him. As Lilly’s home life falls apart and Gerry becomes more obsessed with David, Lilly seeks solace in her first romance, but a tragedy in Gerry’s family catapults Lilly back into reality.
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Mon., Jan. 24 - January Jones in Sweetwater
Newlyweds Miguel (Eduardo Noriega) and Sara (Jones) struggle to make a living on their small patch of land in the American Old West. Soon a much bigger struggle arises as powerful landowner and community preacher makes a play for their property. As he launches his plot to take their land, an eccentric big-city sheriff comes to town and things go from bad to worse.
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Fri., Jan. 25 - Ashton Kutcher in jOBS
Although the road that Apple Computer cofounder Steve Jobs (Kutcher) traveled to become CEO of the company was a tumultuous one, director Joshua Michael Stern unfurls his story with relative ease, and Kutcher’s nuanced portrayal of the technology icon captures the essence of a man who changed the way we live.
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