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The 'Avengers' Cast Will Reunite as Presenters at 2013 Oscars

February 7, 2013 (3:28 am) GMT
Robert Downey Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo and Chris Evans are all set to present the golden statuettes to the winners of the 85th Academy Awards.

More A-list movie stars have been added to the presenter list for the 85th Academy Awards. On Wednesday, Feburary 6, the AMPAS confirmed that the cast of "" would be on hand to deliver the golden statuettes to the winners at the upcoming Oscar ceremony.

Those included in the list are , , , and . Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron gushed about these presenters, "We are happy to re-unite the 'Avengers' cast to present on our show. Audiences who enjoyed the year's biggest box office hit will be excited to see these terrific actors back together again."

Downey Jr., Jackson, Renner and Ruffalo were nominated for Oscar for at least once. As for Evans, this will mark his first appearance at the Oscar show. The fan-favorite actors will join last year's Oscar winners, , , and , as the presenters. and the titular bear in "" are also set to present.

The 2013 Oscars is set to take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood & Highland Center with serving as the host. Slated as the musical performers for the February 24 ceremony are , and . The show will be broadcast live on the ABC Television Network in more than 225 countries.

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