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“Hugo Weaving is a good actor though, I hope we get to see him in more movies in the future and I can't wait for The Wolfman this weekend. blog comments powered by Disqus”
“Hugo Weaving is a banging choice for a villain like the Red Skull.”
“While we can all dream about Christoph Waltz landing the role of the gross-looking Nazi villain, Hugo Weaving is a pretty solid choice for Red Skull.”
“Weaving is a way to get some cash for them but their main job is to take care of the farm and the children while their husband goes away.”
“Weaving is Detective Aberline who investigates the Wolfman's murders.”
“Even Hugo “Mr. Anderson” Weaving is pretty good as V, even though you never see his face.”
“Sarah Hill in Weaving New Worlds: Southeastern Cherokee Women and Their Basketry (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1997) examines how Cherokee women have used basket-weaving to record their perceptions and experiences of social, economic, and environmental changea history they might not have verbalized if asked to tell their life story without reference to material culture.”
“Hugo Weaving is still having a bit of fun, though, unlike anyone in either “Star Wars” prequel.”
“As Nathan Fillion was with Hal, it seems that Hugo Weaving is everyone’s choice for Sinestro, which is pretty goddamn good casting if they smarten up and listen for once.”
“I've been seeing ads for it everywhere, not surprisingly, because it takes place in a London where Nazism took hold after WWII (I believe that the Allies lost) and revolves around a terrorist/freedom fighter called V (Hugo Weaving aka Elrond, aka Agent Smith) and a girl (Evey Hammond, played by Natalie Portman) who gets caught up in it all.”
Looking for tweets for Weaving.