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The actor who previously played the Red Skull in 'Captain America: The First Avenger' says in a new interview that he has 'absolutely no idea' if he'll return to 'Captain America 3'.
More new contenders are revealed as rumor suggests the J.J. Abrams film no longer has the offspring of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia as the main focus.
One of the top four, Fabio Costa, Melissa Fleis, Christopher Palu and Dmitry Sholokov, goes home with 100,000 dollar prize after showing their collections at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
'I have a wonderful idea for all those whiners: They can give their 'unhappy job money' to a wonderful Elephant Rescue,' so Bay writes in response to Weaving's comment on his job as Megatron voicer.
The 'Snow White and the Huntsman' director has landed a job at Sony Pictures and New Regency to direct the novel-adapted fantasy movie as his follow-up project.
Words on the streets are, ScarJo is no longer dating the New York-based advertising creative director and he's upset about it.
'I don't think Red Skull will be there. And it's not something I would want to do again,' Weaving says, dismissing speculations that the HYDRA leader may appear in 'The Winter Soldier'.
The clip, taped during Comic Con panel, follows Sam Flynn as he is already in cyber game world and gets a suit to join the game.
The August 24 extended play which follows the release of 'Raymond vs. Raymond' is confirmed to be filled with nine songs.
Minutes before Universal's presentation of 'Cowboys and Aliens' with director Jon Favreau and Harrison Ford, a man was stabbed in the eye with a pen by another fan during a seating scuffle.
In a star-studded panel, it is officially announced that Jeremy Renner and Mark Ruffalo join the cast ensemble as Hawkeye and The Hulk respectively.
In a fairytale land, Wynter Gordon turns into a beautiful 'goddess' with the help from the nymphs.
Additionally, Hemsworth's 'Thor' co-star Tom Hiddleston and the depicter of 'Captain America: The First Avenger' villain, Hugo Weaving, are scheduled to join the signings on Saturday, July 24.
In Frank Sinatra's night, the 17-year-old hailing from Sonestown, Pennsylvania was in the bottom two along with Michael Lynche.
The headquarters building for Ferris Air is seen painted cream and featuring the company's name above the entrance.