As if Sundance 2013 already wasn't shaping up to be the who's who of festivals (with appearances by Jessica Biel and Daniel Radcliffe, among others), Park City just got infused with some serious A-List power.
Monday, the out-of-competition Premieres and Documentary sections were announced for the festival, which runs from Jan. 17 through 27 in Utah, and includes at least one set of famous exes: Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore.
Kutcher's turn as the late, great Steve Jobs in "jOBS" will be the closing night film of the festival, while Moore's "Very Good Girls" (which stars Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen) will premiere. Start placing your wagers on whether the two will have a chilly bump-in on the red carpet...or if Ashton will bring new ladyfriend Mila Kunis.
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Other big name films come courtesy of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who makes his directing debut while starring as a porn addict opposite Scarlett Johansson in Don Jon's "Addiction." In equally sexy fare, Amanda Seyfried's controversial "Lovelace," about the infamous porn star of "Deep Throat," will screen.
And one film we just can't wait for: "A.C.O.D.," starring a very impressive cast fronted by Adam Scott. Along for the ride? "Parks and Recreation" costar Amy Poehler! Leslie and Ben forever! Jane Lynch, Jessica Alba and rising star Mary Elizabeth Winstead also costar.
Trevor Groth, director of programming for the Sundance Film Festival, says of lineup (which also includes Alexander Skarsgrd, Shia LaBeouf and Nicole Kidman as a first-time attendee), "The films in the Premieres and Documentary Premieres sections offer compelling portraits of worlds and people ranging from the beloved to the misunderstood to the unknown."