Hugo Weaving was a great Nazi in Captain America: The First Avenger, playing Cap’s nemesis, Red Skull. And given that it was a comic book movie, meaning time and space are fluid—and given that any non-Loki villain has failed to really capture people’s attention—it’s natural to want Weaving back. So he’s opened the…
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Captain America is a rousing, massively entertaining movie that's as much an old-school, earnest World War II epic as it is a modern superhero action movie. It also features a showstopping song-and-dance number and moments of surprising poignancy and emotion.
Here's the first photo of Captain America antagonist Johann Schmidt/The Red Skull (Hugo Weaving) brandishing the Cosmic Cube, that famed Marvel Universe artifact that offers power that's only constrained by its user's imagination.
Sometimes a superhero is only as good as his enemies, and that's definitely true in the upcoming Captain America movie. We saw some early footage of Hugo Weaving's bad guy this weekend, and now we're totally Team Red Skull.
Professional villain Hugo Weaving is the Red Skull. Captain America is screwed.