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Aaron Paul, Kate Upton among stars to watch in 2014

Aaron Paul, Kate Upton among stars to watch in 2014

ONE TO WATCH: Kate Upton is among the anticipated "breakout" stars of 2014. Photo: Associated Press

“Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul and model-turned-actress Kate Upton have been tipped as the breakout stars of 2014.

The actor has a number of high-profile films due to hit cinemas this year following the end of his TV series, with his new projects including Biblical epic “Exodus” and video game adaptation “Need for Speed,” and he has been named a face to watch by movie website Fandango.com.

The site’s editors have also named Sports Illustrated model Upton as another Breakout Star of 2014 as she is set to appear in upcoming comedy “The Other Woman” with Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann.

Jennifer Lawrence was named the Sexiest Woman of 2014 and her upcoming blockbuster “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ was named the most anticipated film of the year.

Ryan Gosling was hailed as the year’s Sexiest Man.

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