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The Sundance Film Festival may be one of the coldest fests around, but it’s also one of the hottest in terms of star power.

Just check out the lineup for the 2013 festival that was announced today. Sundance, with its 113 feature-length dramas and documentaries, is chock-full of A-list celebs.

The newly married will make her way to Utah (the fest kicks off Jan. 17 in Park City) for Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes, a dramatic thriller about a woman who becomes obsessed with her neighbor.

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is a tale about an outlaw who escapes from prison to reunite with his wife and daughter, and stars The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo‘s and .

And then there’s playing gay Beat poet Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings, a drama about a 1944 murder in NYC that brought Ginsberg together with Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs.

Some of our favorite stars of television are also well represented.

stars in The Lifeguard, a film about a young woman who finds herself in a dangerous relationship with a troubled teenager when she moves back to her childhood home in Connecticut.

Austenland features as single woman obsessed with as Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice who takes a trip to an English resort.

Glee hottie Jonathan Groff stars in the movie adaptation of David Sedaris‘ short story C.O.G.

Some of other faves who have films set to play at Sundance include , , Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, and Juno Temple, among many others.

“Filmmakers are telling raw, powerful stories that are sure to create new energy in audiences and communities across the globe in the months to come,” Sundance director John Cooper said in a statement.

We cannot wait.

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