Entertainment Weekly has the first full-body view of Hugo Weaving as The Red Skull. As is becoming redundant in the Marvel Studios films, he looks like he just walked off the page... save for the understandable decision to put "HYDRA" insignias where you'd traditionally expect a Swastika or SS logo to go. HYDRA is still a Nazi-affiliate in the movie, of course, but this gets around the thorny problem of selling action figures and Halloween costumes with specific Nazi symbols on them - plus, isn't it illegal to even PUT a Swastika on something in a lot of Europe at this point?
ALSO: Latino Review sez they know who the villain(s) are in "The Avengers" - actual discussion of THAT after the jump, as it may be considered a SPOILER:
So... Latino Review claims to have confirmed the worst-kept secret in the Marvel Movieverse: The Avengers are up against The Skrulls... and that they're there as hired guns for "Thor" heavy Loki. Amusingly, if true this makes the plot the most literal "mashing-up" of the traditional "Avengers" origin -where they initially teamed against Loki - and "The Ultimates" where they fought a (boring as hell) reimagining of The Skrulls.
Skrulls - like a lot of the early Marvel concepts - are basically "comic-ized" versions of 50s pulp-scifi tropes; they're literally an alien race of bug-eyed Little Green Men shape-shifters. They'll almost-assuredly get some form of makeover for the movie, but I'm hoping they fall a little more on the "Star Trek" side than the "ID4" side - it'd be a trip to have The Avengers swatting around a bunch of pointy-earned green guys in purple onesies; especially if you've still got Loki around to be the more serious "big bad." (I wonder if they'll opt to use "Ha! I've actually been a SKRULL all along!" to write any supporting characters out of the various franchises...)
ALSO: Devin says he knows the basic outline of "Dark Knight Rises." If he's right, it mostly gives a big "yes" to most fans' Occam's Razor speculations (i.e. what the most likely plot possible was) and doesn't seem to give away any major twists - at least nothing you couldn't have guessed at. Still, click with caution.