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Our Most Anticipated Movies of 2013 - What Are Yours?

As amazing and wonderful as the slate of films were this year, it's time to look to the future. There's plenty of movies we're looking forward to in 2013, from the return of John McClane, Star Trek, Kick-Ass, Superman, Iron Man, Wolverine, Thor, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and the endlessly journeying characters of The Hobbit. We'll also get a look at the fantasy epic Oz The Great and Powerful, Hollywood's first non-Twilight Stephenie Meyer novel adaptation and Brad Pitt will save us from zombies in World War Z!

Channing Tatum will help protect president Jamie Foxx in White House Down and Jerry Bruckheimer brings us his latest Fourth of July weekend spectacle, The Lone Ranger starring Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp.

There's plenty of movies that we're looking forward to that didn't make the gallery, including The Great Gatsby, the Carrie remake, Pain and Gain, The Hangover Part III, Spike Lee's Oldboy remake, Disney's Frozen and George Clooney's potential awards contender Monuments Men.

Browse through our gallery and let us know which movies you're looking forward to in the new year!

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