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    @selenagomez: Hidalgo, I’ve missed this :) ill see you soooon
    @ashleycinqmars: Shout out to all women out there. Happy women’s day!! 👯 #flawless
    @selenagomez: Reunited and it feels sooo good :) TX always makes me proud #littles #realmexicanfood #home

    So excited for her sold out 70k audience stadium show tonight! <3

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    Reviews, for those interested in reading how awesome this movie is gonna be:
    Indiewire [A-], Hitfix [A], Variety, THR, Cinemablend

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    Kylie's "Into The Blue" single is now out in the UK, and along with it is the sensational radiant celestial explosion of a song, "Sparks."

    it's gorgeous omg

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    "The stress of everything is catching up to me..." Ohhh boy this looks really, really eerie. A teaser trailer has debuted online for Midnight SXSW film Honeymoon, from first-time filmmaker Leigh Janiak.

    The film stars Harry Treadaway and Rose Leslie as newlyweds Paul and Bea, who travel to a remote lake country for their honeymoon. It doesn't take long for the whole atmosphere to get a bit creepy, almost as if Lars von Trier suddenly took over. Janiak was impressed by Treadaway's performances in Fish Tank and Control, she tells Hitfix. The film will play at SXSW 2014 and Tribeca and likely other genre fests. Be prepared for chills.

    Synopsis from SXSW: Young newlyweds Paul (Harry Treadaway) and Bea (Rose Leslie) travel to remote lake country for their honeymoon where the promise of private romance awaits them. Shortly after arriving, Paul finds Bea wandering and disoriented in the middle of the night. As she becomes more distant and her behavior increasingly peculiar, Paul begins to suspect something more sinister than sleepwalking took place in the woods. Honeymoon is directed by first-time filmmaker Leigh Janiak, from a script by Janiak and Phil Graziadei, inspired by playing with "how well you can really know another person."

    Leigh Janiak's Honeymoon will premiere on Friday, March 10th at SXSW 2014 in Austin, TX coming up this month. The film is still seeking distribution, so keep watch for reviews & news.


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    Deadline reports that Entertainment One, the production company behind AMC's "Hell on Wheels," is teaming up with Gary Oldman and Douglas Urbanski’s Flying Studio to develop and produce a serialized horror series titled "The Diabolic."

    The series will focus on a "a broken but brilliant exorcist" who falls in love with a woman whose son is possessed by an ancient entity with diabolic intentions."

    Oldman and Urbanski will produce the series along with Josh Weinstock. eOne will handle the worldwide distribution for the series.

    "The Diabolic" is not the only exorcism-themed series headed for the small screen as "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman is developing a series around the concept as well, and there's even a series in development based on William Friedkin's classic film The Exorcist. Is 2014 the year of the excorcism TV series?

    So many horror series coming to tv yay!


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    The untitled “Man of Steel” sequel hasn’t yet gone into production, and it’s already the most controversial movie in fandom.

    Chalk that up to director Zack Snyder’s somewhat unconventional casting choices. First, comics stalwarts expressed surprise and skepticism in August with the revelation that Ben Affleck would inherit the cape and cowl from actor Christian Bale, taking on the role of Batman opposite Henry Cavill’s Superman in Snyder’s much-anticipated superhero sequel, the follow-up to his 2013 blockbuster that grossed more than $668 million at the worldwide box office.


    Then came the announcement that Israeli actress Gal Gadot, best known for her work in the “Fast & Furious” films, would play Diana Prince/Wonder Woman in the movie, and the uproar started anew. Just last month, fresh fandemonium was heaped upon the movie with the announcement that boyish “Social Network” star Jesse Eisenberg, 30, had claimed the part of Superman’s traditionally burly, bald and middle-aged arch nemesis Lex Luthor.

    A month before physical production on the Superman-Batman movie is set to begin -- and just days before the Friday opening of the Snyder-produced “300: Rise of an Empire,” director Noam Murro’s follow-up to Snyder’s revolutionary 2007 action film “300” -- Hero Complex caught up with the filmmaker who revealed exclusive details about his latest directorial project.

    Snyder spoke candidly about keeping tabs on fanboy “talk-back” and how outcry is “reassuring and frustrating at the same time.”

    Hero Complex: Have you started filming ‘Superman-Batman’?

    Zack Snyder: We’re getting ready to start shooting in a month or so. It’s going great. I’m very excited. It’s very fun to get into this world with different heroes coexisting in the same universe, but a lot of balls in the air as they say. As a fan, it’s an amazing opportunity. You know, Superman and Batman in the movies have never existed in the same frame together. So it’s an interesting historical thing. We were just testing the suits, right? The new Batsuit and the Superman suit. It wasn’t even with the actors, right? It was just to see ‘em. I was standing there, they were standing next to each other. And I was like, “Guys, someone take a picture! This has never happened before.” We slightly dork out. Like, “Are you kidding me?!”

    HC: How surprised are you by all the outcry over some of your casting choices? From Gal Gadot to Ben playing Batman? Jesse as Lex Luthor?

    ZS: There are two ways to think about it. We know the material. Unfortunately, the fans don’t know the material. So, we’re casting according to what’s happening in the script. And we’re hoping that leads to enough originality, enough perspective on what we’re doing that you get something fresh and exciting. I understand the canon. I’m not crazy. I know what these characters need from a mythological standpoint. I think Jesse is going to be an amazing Lex. Let’s not forget he was nominated for an Academy Award. It’s not like I just grabbed my friend to play the guy! This guy’s the real deal. By the way, in looking at all the talk-back, you can get all different perspectives in there too. Some people are hating to hate. Some people -- someone did some fan art. And you look underneath and someone wrote, “I guess I can see it.” Honestly, are you kidding me? Just stop it! It’s
    reassuring and frustrating at the same time.

    HC: It seems like you’re not insulating yourself from fan dialogue about the project. You’re out there listening to what people have to say. But ultimately, you are trying to serve the material. So what you’re saying is, fans should take heart in that.

    ZS: Not just that. [The movie] literally takes the “Man of Steel” and “Batman” universes and explodes them. You’re not as tied to the mythology. In “Man of Steel,” we had to create an origin story, a mythology, and there’s a lot of energy into that, which we love doing. Don’t get me wrong. But when you think about how fun it is too — now that you’ve got these characters -- to now let ‘em loose. That’s fun!

    L.A. Times

    mm hmm.

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    They are two of the finest fillies in Hollywood.

    And Sarah Michelle Gellar and Amy Poehler were both black beauties after donning similar LBDs when they attended a Television Hall Of Fame induction event in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

    The pair looked in fine form indeed as they posed on the pre-show red carpet at the posh Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

    The event was hosted by the Television Academy best known for presenting the annual Primetime Emmy Awards and honored inductees into its Hall Of Fame.

    Buffy The Vampire Slayer favorite Sarah, 36, looked in great shape in her outfit, which boasted short sleeves and an admirably high hemline.

    Former Saturday Night Live star Amy, 42, looked almost as good in her sleeveless number, which she jazzed up with some leopard print stilettos.

    But they were far from the only thoroughbreds gracing the red carpet, with the likes of Michelle Pfeiffer, Katey Sagal and Lauren Bowles also attending.

    And 53-year-old Seinfeld actress and inductee Julia Louis-Dreyfus was simply delightful in a pink and black number that showcased a figure which would put many women half her age to shame.

    Media mogul Rupert Murdoch, recently axed Tonight Show host Jay Leno, writer-producer David E. Kelley, ABC executive Brandon Stoddard and late audio pioneer Ray Milton Dolby were also being honored.

    Academy chairman Brue Rosemblum previously said: 'All of them have made a profound impact on the landscape of television, leaving their own mark within our industry and with audiences around the world.

    ''Their groundbreaking contributions will last for generations, making them true icons who could not be more deserving of the Television Academy's highest honor.''

    Media baron Rupert was credited for creating Fox, which 'evolutionized the television landscape with groundbreaking shows such as The Simpsons, The X-Files and American Idol.'

    The 57-year-old producer David was supported at the event by his beautiful 55-year-old wife Michelle Pfeiffer.

    Michelle wore a white blouse and white coat with black trousers and accessorized with dangling earrings.

    David looked dapper in a black suit, crisp white dress shirt and light blue tie.

    He was honored for writing and producing some of television's most memorable shows such as Ally McBeal, The Practice, Boston Legal and more recently The Crazy Ones.

    David and Michelle have been married since 1993.

    daily phail

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    With Adam Driver in line to play the villain in the next “Star Wars,” the next order of business for Disney and Lucasfilm is finding the right Jedi to challenge Driver and the evil empire.

    After meeting with several young actors this past year, sources tell Variety that “Downton Abbey” thesp Ed Speleers, “Attack the Block” star John Boyega, Jesse Plemons and theater actors Matthew James Thomas, and Ray Fisher are among the men J.J. Abrams is eyeing for the lead role. Though some insiders warn the search is still ongoing, multiple sources confirm to Variety these actors have moved to the top of the list in recent weeks.

    Disney had no comment.

    Exact details of the character are vague but the part is believed to be a Jedi apprentice. The original draft by Michael Arndt was said to focus on Han Solo and Princess Leia’s kids, however, Abrams and Kasdan’s recent rewrite reportedly puts their offspring in a supporting role.

    Sources also indicate the reason for the delay has to do whether execs and creatives want someone of a different ethnicity from the previous Caucasian leads. Abrams has said on numerous occasions that he wants to have a diversified cast, which is why actors like David Oyewolo and Michael B. Jordan tested early on.

    As previously reported, Abrams is expected to surround the less-familiar actor with more recognizable stars for supporting parts, including original “Star Wars” cast members Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill.

    “Star Wars Episode VII” will begin shooting in the late second quarter or early third quarter in London’s Pinewood Studios.

    Produced by Abrams, his Bad Robot partner Bryan Burke and Lucasfilm head honcho Kathleen Kennedy, “Star Wars Episode VII” hits theaters Dec. 18, 2015.

    I'll sacrifice something for Boyega to get it

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    OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network’s Tuesday night (March 11) season finale of “The Haves and the Have Nots,” the drama series from Tyler Perry set a network record with 3.6 million total viewers. The episode ranked as the #1 telecast in OWN history among total viewers and #2 in the key female demo (2.75 W25-54) behind only “Oprah’s Next Chapter” with Bobbi Kristina. For the night, episode ranked as the #1 cable telecast in the key female demo (2.75 W25-54) and #4 in all of television among W25-54 rating. This season finale grew double digits, up 38% in total viewers and 24% in W25-54 vs. the prior season finale.

    'The Haves and the Have Nots' Returns May 27!!

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    Tyra Banks, actress, model, and aspiring singer. Well, she's not so much an aspiring singer as she is an aspiring karaoke buddy of Frozen's Idina Menzel. Menzel's rendition of 'Let It Go' recently won an Oscar after the song's popularity reached an all-time high following the release of 'Frozen' and the film's crossing of $1 billion at the global box office.

    Tyra jokingly uploaded a vine video of her own rendition of 'Let It Go', complete with a Frozen barbie thrown into the mix. She tweeted the video to Idina Menzel, writing,"What do you think @idinamenzel? Does the cold bother YOU?"

    Idina took it in very good humor, replying, "@tyrabanks omg. Hysterical. When we doing karaoke?" We've clearly got another budding friendship here, but considering Frozen's popularity, it's not altogether that surprising. Let It Go has become a cultural staple, and most kids [and many adults] have the song's lyrics committed to memory after watching the movie half a dozen times.

    Considering that this is Disney's most popular and profitable film in ages, the movie's obviously found its place in pop culture, helped along by its Oscar wins and phenomenal box office. And I'm sure Tyra's and Idina's twitter exchange only helped that, what with both of the actresses' popularity among the Twitter-sphere and the Internet. Plus, Let It Go is so catchy that no matter where you hear the song, you end up humming the lyrics later. Obviously, the Oscar win for Best Song is well deserved, and helped one of its writers land an EGOT [the rare quartet of an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony].


    yesss when are you releasing new music tyra?

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    Now that the awards season is over and the best dressed (and worst dressed for that matter) have been crowned, it's time to give credit where credit is truly due: To the stars' stylists. The men and women behind all the jaw-dropping gowns and accessories we've spent the last two plus months talking about.

    First to do so is The Hollywood Reporter. The publication made its own list of the top 25 most powerful fashion gurus. Here are the big three five:

    1. Elizabeth Stewart: She dressed three Best Actress nominees (Cate Blanchett, Julia Roberts and Sandra Bullock) at this year Oscars—how could she not be number one?
    Clients: Cate Blanchett, Sandra Bullock, Jessica Chastain, Julia Roberts, Amanda Seyfried, January Jones

    2. Petra Flannery: Sure, she kept Amy Adams on our best dressed lists all award season long but it should be noted that she also continues to take fashion risks (that always pay off) with red carpet favorites Emma Stone and Claire Danes too.
    Clients: Claire Danes, Emma Stone, Zoe Saldana, Sarah Paulson

    3. Micaela Erlanger: What a year! The stylist is having a breakout moment thanks to her top client, Lupita Nyong'o. Oh, and Michelle Dockery and Olivia Munn aren't looking too shabby either.
    Clients: Lupita Nyong'o, Michelle Dockery

    Jessica Chastain posted this on her Facebook:
    Congrats to my girl @elizabethstewart1 for topping the @hollywoodreporter power stylists list #totallydeserved

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    The full list can be found at The Hollywood Reporter

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    File this under: it was bound to happen!

    Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss are co-staring in a new Burberry fragrance campaign. The news broke this morning after the 21-year-old shared an Instagram photo posing cheek to cheek with Moss—both supermodels appear to be clad in the British brand's signature trench coats. The fashion house quickly confirmed the new ad, which was shot by Mario Testino, will be released later this year. Other details, such as the name of the fragrance, are not yet available.

    Although there have been many comparisons between the Cara and the 40-year-old fashion icon and the duo have even been spotting partying together in London (as recently as last month), this is the first time the blondes have worked together professionally.

    But not the first time each model has team up with Burberry. Kate has fronted for the brand a handful of times since her debut ad in 1999. And this will be the second time newbie Cara will pose for the British fashion house. Her first campaign was in 2010.


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    We're continuing with our annual premature awards predictions, with Best Actor. Last year, we managed to call three of the five early (Benedict Cumberbatch in "The Fifth Estate" came to naught, and Steve Carell in "Foxcatcher" wasn't released in time to qualify), which we feel isn't a bad guess for 51 weeks in advance.

    Jack O'Connell ("Unbroken")
    If you haven't heard the name -- and you probably should have at this point, as he's been linked with "Star Wars" and "Fantastic Four," among others -- get used to it, because Jack O'Connell will be everywhere this time next year. We're fully on board with the young British actor, as you'll know from our reviews of both Starred Up and 71 and he does awards-worthy work in both. They're probably too small to make much awards impact, but luckily, he's also starring in Angelina Jolie's potential Oscar-magnet "Unbroken." As Olympian-turned-castaway-turned-war-prisoner Louis Zamperini, he's got a doozy of a role, one that's likely to dominate the film, and we can certainly attest that he's got the fierce charisma and all-round chops to elevate it. That he's pretty much an unknown to most Hollywood eyes at this stage may yet be a stumbling block -- the category generally favors established names over newcomers, though you get the occasional Ryan Gosling or Jeremy Renner in the mix. But as long as the movie lives up to expectations, we're sure O'Connell will get the push to put him in the voters' minds.


    Chadwick Boseman ("Get On Up")
    Another relative newcomer (albeit one who's already had one big hit, and graced the cover of Vanity Fair), Chadwick Boseman is quickly becoming the king of the biopic. Last year, the 31-year-old played Jackie Robinson in "42," which didn't make an impact on the awards race (partly due to an early-year release date), but made a shit-ton of money and helped to put the actor on the map. This time, he might well have a better chance, because Boseman has the lead role of the legendary James Brown in "Get On Up."  Musical biopics often point the way to Oscar noms or wins (see Jamie Foxx in "Ray," Marion Cotillard in "La Vie En Rose," or Joaquin Phoenix in "Walk The Line"), and early BTS footage suggests that Boseman has pulled off a transformative turn here. And the film comes from Tate Taylor, who took "The Help" to multiple nods, including three acting nominations. The August release is a tough one and the movie will have to fight to not be forgotten like "The Butler," but for now, Boseman looks pretty good.


    Steve Carell ("Foxcatcher")
    The Academy loves a funny man who turns serious, and for that reason alone, Steve Carell's been on our radar for a long time for "Foxcatcher." Director Bennett Miller's first two films both earned their stars Best Actor nods (and a win, for Philip Seymour Hoffman in "Capote"), and Carrell's role is just as potent, as a schizophrenic millionaire whose friendship with a pair of wrestlers (Mark Ruffalo and Channing Tatum) ends in tragedy.Early footage shows "The Office" star nearly unrecognizable (aided by prosthetics, which can always help, as Nicole Kidman would remind us), and sort of terrifying, and that should make him a real threat. The only problem is that, if you're being literal, Carell's part is a supporting one, with Tatum the nominal lead in the script. But we suspect that Sony Pictures Classics will be submitting them the other way around.


    Benedict Cumberbatch ("The Imitation Game")
    We thought 2013 would be the year of the Cumberbatch: the actor looked to become a big star with "Star Trek Into Darkness," and had two awards horses with "The Fifth Estate" and "August: Osage County." Neither of those contenders turned into much, Oscar-wise, after disappointing reviews, but everyone's favorite actor-who-sounds-like-he's-from-a-Lewis-Carroll-story has another killer proposition this year playing Alan Turing, the mathematics genius who helped crack the Enigma code and invent the modern computer, only to be hounded by the government for his sexuality, accept chemical castration, and then kill himself (with a poisoned apple, which gave Apple its logo). It's a big role with lots of notes to play, and there's more tragedy and anguish to part with than the aloof Assange. And already broken in as an Oscar presenter, the actor is closer to being part of the Academy establishment, at least. Maybe the film will let us down again, but with a Black List-topping script, and "Headhunters" helmer Morten Tyldum directing, there's a good chance this'll turn out very well.

    Oscar Isaac ("A Most Violent Year")
    There's no single Oscar miscarriage of justice that annoyed us more this year than Oscar Isaac failing to get a nomination for "Inside Llewyn Davis." In a year of very fine leading male performances, Isaac gave the very best. Fortunately, Isaac has another shot this year, and it might well give him a better run at it, playing the lead role, as an immigrant trying to expand his family business in the most crime-ridden year in New York history, in J.C. Chandor's "A Most Violent Year." Chandor has had mixed awards success so far, with "Margin Call" nominated for Best Original Screenplay, but Robert Redford missing out for "All Is Lost." But this project has, you know, dialogue, and while it's a crime tale, it seems to be aiming for a kind of American-dream-invoking story that's reminiscent of "The Godfather." Javier Bardem was linked to the role initially, which along with Chandor's involvement, should suggest a high-calibre of material, and Isaac certainly has the chops to do something special with it.

    Five more contenders here .

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    One of our favorite things about a Kardashian family vacation is all the outfits the sisters will share on Instagram. And Kim Kardashian makes it particularly easy to keep up with the Kardashians due to her disciplined posting schedule. This time the krew is down in Miami, which means Kim is back in her bikini. Well, Kylie’s bikini to be exact.

    The reality star posted a photo Wednesday showing off her curves — and toned post-baby body — in a tiny black bathing suit, the same suit Kylie Jenner wore earlier in the day for a tour of the Versace mansion. “Yep stole Kylie’s bikini…she’s not getting it back,” she captioned the below photo on Instagram.

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    Not by us, but by someone. And we mean someone beyond the people living inside the mind of A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin. In a sprawling feature in the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair, both Martin and the Game of Thrones executive producer team of David Benioff and D.B. Weiss talk at length about one of the most prevalent threads that plagues all of Westeros: endings.

    Usually the “endings” of note are those of characters we love, meeting their untimely deaths in service of honor or the quest for power. This time around, the creative team behind the books and the beloved show are talking about where and when the story itself may come to an end. The simple answer: seven or eight seasons.

    The how and why of it are a bit more complicated.

    One issue Game of Thrones will have going forward — something that’s been a known issue since the beginning — is the age of some of the young actors, notably fan favorite Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark. If we chart out what seven or eight seasons would look like, that puts the show’s final season in 2018, assuming they do one season per year and don’t pull a split, a la Breaking Bad or Mad Men. Williams is currently 16, going on 17 in April, and would be creeping toward 21 by the time the final season came around. Based on what we know of the books thus far, that’s not even close to the shorter amount of time that will pass in the books. Unless George R.R. Martin flashes forward many years in the still-unfinished sixth and seventh books. That’s not likely. The age of these young actors is a problem for the show.

    Another age is also important: 65. That’s the age of author George R.R. Martin. Not to be morbid about it, but Martin’s fans have expressed previously their concern about him finishing the books before he gets to advanced in age. For Martin himself, it seems to be a different issue: the show is catching up. “Last year we went out to Santa Fe for a week to sit down with him [Martin] and just talk through where things are going,” explains co-creator David Benioff. “Because we don’t know if we are going to catch up and where exactly that would be. If you know the ending, then you can lay the groundwork for it. And so we want to know how everything ends. We want to be able to set things up. So we just sat down with him and literally went through every character.” Though for Martin, the thought of them catching up is something he’d rather not deal with, “I can give them the broad strokes of what I intend to write, but the details aren’t there yet. I’m hopeful that I can not let them catch up with me.”

    Viewers of the show alone may not see it, but the “catching up” issue is one that should be taken very seriously. Without spoiling anything, it’s clear to book readers that elements of books four and five (“A Feast for Crows” and “A Dance with Dragons,” respectively) have already begun to creep into the show as early as season three.

    The other challenge is that HBO brass may want to milk Game of Thrones as long as possible. That shouldn’t be much of a problem according to the show’s co-creators. “It doesn’t just keep on going because it can,” Weiss told Vanity Fair‘s Jim Windolf. “I think the desire to milk more out of it is what would eventually kill it, if we gave in to that.”

    As much as we’d love to see Game of Thrones go on forever, seven or eight seasons does feel just right. For much more from the recent interviews, head over to Vanity Fair. There is also a new trailer out this week called “Secrets,” which can be seen below.


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    Archer, Ray, and Cyril raft down a crocodile-filled river while Lana and Pam plan a spa day for Malory.


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    Scarlett Johansson is very good at keeping her private life private.

    While it's been reported that the actress has a baby on the way, she hasn't said a word about it -- and was very careful today when fielding questions at a "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" press conference.

    Though most reporters were respectful of her personal life, two questions alluding to her pregnancy still made it through from a pair of foreign journalists.

    "Back in September, you were on TV saying that your grandma called you because she read that you were pregnant and it wasn't true," one reporter started ... before handlers told him to keep the focus on the film.

    "But I want to ask about the movie, do you picture both of you guys [Captain America and Black Widow] as a family, raising a little Captain America?" he continued.

    "What a strange question," Scarlett responded, generating laughs from the rest of the press. "I like your ability to think on your feet. No!"

    "That was a contingency question," added Chris Evans, assuming the film's publicists successfully stopped him from asking what he really wanted to ask. "I don't think that's the dynamic of Cap and Black Widow."

    Towards the end of the press conference, a reporter from Argentina also asked about motherhood.

    "Many actresses say that the industry changed when they became moms, perhaps not so much action roles, not so femme fatale," he asked -- saying some female stars take less sexy roles after giving birth.

    He finished the question by asking, "Do you think it's something that can happen with you?"

    "I've been in the industry for 20 years, so the way the roles that have become available to me change as I grow older [laughs]" she said, clearly picking the most vague words possible.

    "I'm sure that will continue as I grow older and transition through life. You hope to have a career that has longevity and reflects the experiences that you had I guess," she added. "It's what we all hope for, men and women alike."

    The Huffington Post also asked Scarlett about filming of "The Avegners: Age of Ultron" and if her "announcement" will affect her role.

    "Everything for 'Avengers 2' -- we're full steam ahead. We start shooting in three weeks and I'm stunt training and we're good to go," she said.

    "You know, I think it's something that is [laughing] hard to talk about, exactly. You know, trying to skirt around your question exactly [laughs] -- and, you know, doing a poor job of it. But, you know, like I said, everything is exactly on schedule."

    While she was wearing a loose-fitting top and white blazer today, perhaps she'll finally confirm the news for real at the red carpet premiere Thursday evening.


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