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The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' actor has been said to likely star as the 'Star Wars Episode 7' villain.
A report suggests that the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villain will most likely be on board the 'Star Wars' project following his sudden departure from 'Crimson Peak'.
Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and Charlie Hunnam remain on board the project, which will start filming in February 2014.
The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villain and the 'Red 2' star will be directed by Simon J. Smith, who served behind the lens for 'Bee Movie'.
The Bill Condon-directed drama about Julian Assange also stars Daniel Bruhl, Alicia Vikander, Stanley Tucci, David Thewlis and Anthony Mackie.
The 'Pacific Rim' director is already set to direct the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villain in 'Crimson Peak', which also stars Charlie Hunnam and Jessica Chastain.
Both 'Harry Potter' and 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villains are top choices to headline the Gary Oldman-directed biopic of English photographer Eadweard Muybridge.
The fiancee of Liam Hemsworth replaces Bar Refaeli as the hottest female celeb, making a huge leap from last year's position at No. 68 to the top spot.
Scribe Damon Lindelof hints at the possibility of the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' sequel centering on Klingons and seeing the return of John Harrison.
The 'Sherlock' actor will be teaming up with Charlie Hunnam and Emma Stone in the thriller about a haunted house.
The actor who plays the title character spills that he has signed up for a fourth season of the BBC drama series.
The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' star has just bagged his latest high-end role in the film about the tormented English genius who's famed for committing suicide by eating a cyanide-laced apple.
Sporting long blond hair, Cumberbatch is featured as the notorious Julian Assange in the picture, which also unveils a first look at Daniel Bruhl as Daniel Domscheit-Berg.
J.J. Abrams also reveals that John Harrison is an 'average guy who works in an organization called Starfleet,' but betrays the company due to an 'amazing secret agenda.'
Swift's 'Red' album takes back the No. 1 spot at the charts from Alicia Keys' 'Girl on Fire'.