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Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, & Zayn Malik Score Multiple Teen Choice Award Nominations — Check Out The Full List & Cast Your Vote!

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The time of year has come again to vote for the Teen Choice Awards!

On Wednesday, the award show announced their first slew of nominees which include celebs like Adele, Ryan Reynolds, and Jennifer Lawrence and AH-Mazing movies like Deadpool and Star Wars: The Force Awakens!

But it's really Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, and Zayn Malik that have won the first round of nominations as each artist was nominated three times — each receiving a nod in the Choice Male and Choice Female Artist categories, as well as snagging Choice Song and Choice Hottie nominations!

Related: Madonna & Questlove Defend Her Billboard Music Awards Prince Tribute

In television, Empire was the big winner as the musical show is got a nod for Choice TV Show: Drama, as well as individual nominations for Jussie Smollett, Terrence Howard, and Taraji P. Henson!

A BIG surprise to us is no nominations for Jurassic World or Chris Pratt — seriously, how did Channing Tatum get nominated last year for the crap fest that was Jupiter Rising but no love for Pratt?!

Ch-ch-check out all the nominees (below) and let us know who you think will win!

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Iron Man 3 Had To Cut Their Female Villain Because Marvel Didn't Think The Toy Would Sell!

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Iron Man 3 was a controversial movie among fans, but most agree it's a pretty original story.

Shane Black and his cowriter Drew Pearce wanted it to be even MORE original — by making the villain a woman!

Related: Margot Robbie Will Lead The First All-Female Superhero Movie!

In a frank interview with Uproxx, the director explained that Marvel Entertainment put the sexist kibosh on the forward-thinking idea of a female mastermind:

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Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige Says It 'Would Be Fun' To Give Black Widow Her Own 'Stand-Alone Franchise!'

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Does this mean Black Widow will actually get her own movie?!

Is it really happening?! Are all our wildest dreams coming true?! Is Black Widow ACTUALLY getting her own solo film???

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige recently had a Q&A with Deadline, and there was one answer that got us incredibly excited!

The 42-year-old seemed to say that a Scarlett Johansson-led Black Widow film might actually be on the docket!

Video: Check Out This Fan-Made Title Sequence For A Black Widow Movie!

When asked if characters like Falcon, War Machine, Black Widow, or Hawkeye would ever end up with their own action-packed flicks — rather than just guest starring in other superheroes' movies — the exec explained:

"We've announced the next nine movies, 10 counting [Captain America:] Civil War, through the end of 2019. Where we go beyond that are ongoing discussions that we'll focus on in the next few years because we have a lot to do before then. Of the characters that you've just mentioned I would say certainly the one creatively and emotionally that we are most committing to doing is Black Widow."

While it doesn't sound like it would be for quite a while, the Hollywood hotshot still gave a pretty encouraging answer! BW fans have already waited this long for her solo film, what's a few more years, right?

And even though the producer didn't give a definite yes, he did give plenty of reasons why the gorgeous gal would be the perfect pick as a leading lady for a Marvel movie, saying:

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See How Captain America: Civil War Ranks Among The Other Marvel Movies (IT'S WAY UP THERE)!

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The highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War hits theaters today, and it's amazing, spectacular, and every other adjective used to describe Spider-Man!

Oh, except menace… wait, that's a noun…

The highly ambitious film kicks off Marvel's Phase Three with the dark story of a team torn apart by politics and personal agendas — with highlights on new characters Black Panther and, for the first time in the MCU, Spidey!

But how does the film rank overall in Marvel Studios' impressive run?

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Iron Man 4 Coming?? Robert Downey Jr. Says He 'Could Do One More' — Watch!

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As Captain America: Civil War gets closer and closer to being released on May 6, we're getting all kinds of new and fun details about Marvel's cinematic universe!

It was only a month ago Robert Downey Jr. dished on the future of Iron Man saying that he didn't think a fourth solo movie was "in the cards" and that Cap 3 kind of serves as an Iron Man sequel.

Video: Captain America Cast Calls Out RDJ's MASSIVE Trailer!

Well apparently the 51-year old stud has gone back on his words a bit as he revealed during an interview with ABC's Nightline that he feels he "could do one more."

Talk about SUPER news!

Ch-ch-check out the Nightline segment (below) which features the rest of the cast of Civil War and see Robert talk about doing another Iron Man around the 3:55 mark!

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