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Celebs you can expect to see a lot of in 2013

Published 12:25 PM ET, Mon January 7, 2013
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Having appeared in four flicks (and lending her voice to one) last year alone, it's not going to be easy for Rebel Wilson to top her 2012 successes. But something tells us there's nowhere for the actress to go but up. She'll next show up on the big screen as Malerie Baggs when "Struck by Lightning" hits theaters on Friday, January 11. Come April, she'll appear alongside Mark Wahlberg in "Pain & Gain." And the TV movie "Super Fun Night," which will reunite her with her "Pitch Perfect" co-star Anna Camp, is in pre-production. Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Known for his flawless American accent, Australian actor Jason Clarke is looking forward to a whirlwind year. After his turn as Dan in "Zero Dark Thirty," Clarke will appear in "The Great Gatsby" and "White House Down." Paul A. Hebert/Getty Images
Chloë Grace Moretz has been working steadily since entering the business, but she's never boasted as many projects as she does this year. She'll join the rest of Hollywood in "Movie 43," out on January 25, before starring in "Carrie" and "Kick-Ass 2," which are expected to hit theaters in March and June, respectively. She's also slated to appear in a slew of movies that are in pre-production, such as "The Drummer," "Dance of the Mirlitons," "The Rutt" and "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea." Jason Merritt/Getty Images
If 2012 was Jennifer Lawrence's time to shine, 2013 belongs to her "X-Men: First Class" co-star and beau, Nicholas Hoult. The British actor, who got his big break in 2002 when he appeared alongside Hugh Grant in "About a Boy," will next star in "Warm Bodies." The zombie-romance is set to hit theaters on February 1. His "Jack and the Giant Slayer" is due out in March, while "Mad Max: Fury Road" is also slated to bow this year. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images
Analeigh Tipton, who got her start as a contestant on "America's Next Top Model," was praised for her role as Jessica in 2011's "Crazy, Stupid, Love." Come 2013, moviegoers will see Tipton in "Warm Bodies" -- set for a February 1 release -- as well as "One Square Mile" and "Two Night Stand," which are both in post-production. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images
Anthony Mackie's star has been on the rise for some time, but 2013 is going to be an especially busy year for the actor. "Gangster Squad" is set to hit theaters on Friday, January 11, followed by "Vipaka," "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete," "Pain & Gain," "Runner, Runner" and "A Many Splintered Thing." Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
With the "Twilight" trio out of the picture, Alice Englert's "Beautiful Creatures" (due out on February 13) is stepping in to fill the void. As one of many young adult adaptations on the horizon, the flick will likely catapult Englert into the public eye. The actress will also appear in "In Fear" and "Singularity." VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images
Speaking of young adult adaptations, Saoirse Ronan will star in "The Host," set to hit theaters in March. In addition to the thriller "Byzantium," the young actress has a few other projects gearing up for a 2013 release, according to Internet Movie Database. Christopher Polk/Getty Images
"The Tudors" actor Henry Cavill is about to fill some very large shoes -- or should we say, capes? The latest star to play Clark Kent/Superman will don the character's iconic suit in "Man of Steel," which is expected to hit theaters in June. Jesse Grant/Getty Images
Gemma Arterton will kick off 2013 with "Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters" on January 25, followed by "Runner, Runner." The "Quantum of Solace" actress has a whole slew of other films in pre-production -- six -- according to Internet Movie Database. Dominique Charriau/Getty Images
Nat Wolff is working on becoming a household name. The young actor will appear alongside Tina Fey and Paul Rudd in "Admission," which is due out in March, as well as three other titles, currently in pre- and post-production. Sonia Recchia/Getty Images