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2013's Most Anticipated Films

Posted on the 03 January 2013 by Diana @azizaspicks

2013 is here and I am already making lists of films I want to see. My problem is that most will probably play at festivals or will come out here only in December, so that narrows most of my list to...dreaming.
Anyway, daydreaming is one of my favorite activities, so I will continue with my own list of films I want to see in 2013, grouped in two categories: Red and Orange, Red containing the ones I want to watch the most, and Orange having the interesting, but not vital ones. Plus, a special uncertain category. Check it out!
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RED- Must See
12 years a slave- have you seen the cast list yet? plus, it is directed by Steve McQueen, one of my favorite directors out there, and Taran Killam is in it :D
Before Midnight- third part of the epic series? Ethan Hawke and Julie Delphy talking about life and love for 1h and 30 min. Yes please!
The Great Gatsby- I love Baz Luhrman's films and style of directing, so I am excited to see this classic brought to the big screen by him, together with an amazing cast
Mortal Instruments: City of Bones- Ok, so sue me, I like YA books and this one, actually the whole series, is one of my favorites. The trailer looks actually pretty good, they did everything right, it seems. Also, bonus to have Robert Sheenan as the loveable Simon.
Inside Llewyn Davis- a Coen Brothers film starring Garrett Hedlund and John Goodman-enough said
Stoker- written by Wentworth Miller, starring Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska and Matthew Goode, 3 of my favorite actors

The place beyond the pines- amazing trailer and performances by Gosling, Cooper and Mendez
ORANGE- interesting
Two Mothers- two fantastic actresses (Robin Wright and Naomi Watts) in an intriguing story: two older women fall in love with each other's sons

Man of Steel- Henry Cavill in a tight suit, looking dashing and serious- I am there, premiere day

Only God Forgives- Nicholas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling- I am in!

The Bling Ring- although Sofia Coppola is a hit and miss queen in my eyes, I am very curious about this one, I like the idea, plus Emma Watson

The Wolf of Wall Street- considering it is a Scorsese film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, I expect a lot of buzz around it and I admit I am curious, too

The Zero Theorem- a Terry Gilliam shot in Romania is definitely a point of interest to me, so I want to see it. Plus, it has an interesting script idea

Fast and furious 6- I have a strong emotional connection to it, so I will definitely try to catch it in cinemas

Iron Man 3- this one looks much more darker than the first two...interesting

Star Trek into darkness- Benedict Cumberbatch :o

Hunger Games: Catching Fire- the first one really surprised me, so I want to see this one, too, although I am not very fond of their choice of Finnick

The World's end- I love the cast and it looks funny, but it is a third movie and I still haven't seen the first two, so...it will have to wait

The Counselor- Michael Fassbender...yes!

2013 uncertain releases (either I don't know the release date or it doesn't pose a great interest)- The counselor, Diana, Untitled Terrence Malick film starring Fassbender and Gosling, The Railaway man, Nightingale, The Butler, Only lovers left alive, The East (Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgard), Thor 2, Frances Ha, The Monuments Men, Kill your darlings
What about you? What are your most anticipated?

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