Looks like Ryan Gosling—not to mention movie audiences who have flocked to see "Crazy, Stupid, Love" and "The Help"—isn't the only one to fall for Emma Stone this summer! Jim Carrey used his website to post a video that can only be described as a love confessional for the actress. In it, the 49-year-old star looks directly into the camera as he softly describes what their life would be like if they didn't have such a big age difference (she's 22!) and could be together.
The funnyman announces to Emma (and, well the whole freakin' world, really) , "I think you're all the way beautiful, not just pretty. [You're] smart and kind-hearted, and if I were a lot younger, I would marry you." Jim then goes on to describe his fantasy life with Emma, which involves them having a gaggle of "chubby little freckle-faced kids" and "laugh all day long and go camping and play Yahtzee and tell ghost stories by the fire."
"One Day," the bittersweet love saga hitting theaters on Friday, which is based on David Nicholls' charming international best-seller, follows two friends (played by Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess) over the span of 20 years. So it's fitting that for the past decade we have been following Anne and her ever-evolving career and personal life, something we'll continue to do for the next 10 years and beyond. Having a diverse resume that—at just 28 years old—already includes indies, family fare, rom-coms, big-budget action flicks and sweeping dramas , the Oscar-nominated actress has become one of the defining stars of our generation. As we look forward to the release of "One Day" and her upcoming projects (hello, "Dark Knight Rises"!) let's look back at the evolution of Anne Hathaway.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 12, 1982, Anne is the middle child of a lawyer, her father Gerald, and an actress, her mother Kathleen. While Anne grew up performing on the stage, her big break wouldn't come from the theater, but rather the big screen. "The Princess Diaries," a charming live-action Disney movie about a teen who discovers she's actually an heiress to a throne, marked Anne's second time appearing in a movie, but it catapulted her to instant fame. Her sweet, funny performance as the dowdy girl-turned-princess Mia Thermopolis won over critics and moviegoers alike. She may have already been 18 when the flick, which grossed $108 million at the box office (and spawned the sequel "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement"), was released in 2001, but her star was just being born.
Hollywood Crush loves a good book—and so do moviemakers, seeing as more than a few of our favorite reads are headed for the silver screen. With so many adaptations in the works, keeping the ol' reading list current is harder than ever, which is where CrushNotes comes in! We give you the low-down on books before they hit the big screen.
You may only need 24 hours to read David Nicholls' smart and romantic international bestseller "One Day," as the book is so darn good you won't want to put it down. But, in case you don't have one day to read the 2009 novel, we're here to help. On August 19, you'll get to experience a decades-spanning relationship between two friends who learn profound lessons in love, loss and life together. Here's everything you should know about the beloved book before it heads to the big screen next Friday! (Fair warning: It's slightly spoilery!)
It was television's biggest morning, as the nominations for the 63rd Annual Primetime Emmys were announced, and some of our favorite shows and stars found themselves in the running.
While the face of "Glee" is about to look very different after next season (sigh), it's current cast got some Emmy nod love. Chris Colfer, who is one of the confirmed trio departing after season three, will get one more chance to win an Emmy in the Supporting Actor Comedy race. Jane Lynch, who won last year for her hilarious work as the villainous Sue Sylvester will try her hand in the Best Supporting Actress category (whose other nominees this year include the oh-so-adorable Betty White from "Hot in Cleveland" and the hilarious Kristen Wiig of "Saturday Night Live") again. Better yet, Jane will be hosting the ceremony this year!
This isn't your mom and dad's "Footloose"! While we certainly have a fondness for the 1984 original with Kevin Bacon (and Sarah Jessica Parker!) we are already loving how the remake, which hits theaters October 14, looks. Check out our EXCLUSIVE picture of Julianne Hough pulling her co-star Kenny Wormald in close for a smoldering on-screen moment together. Warning: Your computer may melt from all the hotness!
Dying for more? Well, you're in luck! We'll be debuting the first trailer next Tuesday, June 21!
Are you ready to cut loose and see "Footloose"? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!
Is there anything not to love about Justin Timberlake? The answer to that, would of course, be a resounding, "No!" The guy can sing, dance, act, make us crack up on "SNL," and unlike so many other celebs, opens up to the press without oversharing.
Case in point: His recent interview with Vanity Fair, which hits newsstands nationwide on Tuesday, June 7. The star, who has two comedies opening in theaters this summer, "Bad Teacher" (with ex Cameron Diaz) and "Friends With Benefits" (with real-life pal Mila Kunis), talked candidly on just about everything—from showing his butt on the big screen to his breakups with Jessica Biel and Britney Spears, to his bad-boy behavior with fellow hottie Ryan Gosling on the set of "The All New Mickey Mouse Club"!
Memorial Day weekend may mark the unofficial start of summer, but the summer movie season is already under way. We couldn't be more excited about this since there's a slew of flicks coming soon that we're super-excited to see.
We here at MTV wanted to make the wait for some of summer's most anticipated films a little less excruciating. While we count down to the 2011 MTV Movie Awards, we're going to treat movie buffs like you to sneak peeks of this season's hits-to-be, including "The Help," "The Art of Getting By," "Fright Night," "30 Minutes or Less" and "Horrible Bosses."
Better yet, some of the cast and crew from these films will be on hand to present the never-before-seen footage and will sit down for a Q&A sesh with our own Josh Horowitz. Starting on Monday, May 30 until Friday, June 3, a new clip from one of these flicks will debut on MTV. The chats with the stars will stream live on MTV.com immediately afterward, and you can participate by tweeting your questions to @MTVNews using the hashtag #spw. In other words, don't make too many evening plans next week!
Talk about coming full circle, Gleeks. The hit-and-miss second season of "Glee" started with a nod to New York City by covering Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' anthem "Empire State of Mind" in the premiere and wrapped things up with a love letter to the Big Apple. The gang from Lima, Ohio, packed their bags and headed to the bright lights of NYC for Nationals and took Gleeks right along for the wild ride with them.
It's been debated all season whether "Glee" is a comedy or a drama, but I'd argue that it fits in the fantasy genre, especially if you consider the version of Manhattan they experienced. Need proof? "Glee" New York included a quiet Times Square, romantic dates while Gershwin and "Lady and the Tramp" songs playing in the background, celebrity encounters with Patti LuPone at Sardi's, having actual breakfast at Tiffany's and performing impromptu musical numbers that include a mash-up of the classic "New York, New York" with Madonna's "I Love New York." As a New York resident I hate to break it to you non-NY Gleeks, but most days living in this wonderful city rarely resembles that.
Boy, was there a lot to keep track of during the second season of "Glee." Emma had lingering feelings for Will but then married (and subsequently divorced) her sexy dentist Dr. Carl. Sue Sylvester flip-flopped between evil schemer and heartfelt friend, and exes Quinn and Finn's feelings for one another came and went faster than Sunshine Corazon in the halls of McKinley High School.
Still, no matter how many revolving story lines showed up in "Glee" this year, one thing was always constant: seriously great music. Not only did New Directions give their own original songs such as "Loser Like Me" a go (something they will do again during tonight's episode) but they covered some classics and modern favorites. As we count down to tonight's eagerly anticipated season finale (9 p.m. on Fox after "American Idol"), we wanted to look back at the five best songs and performances from this past year!
Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life is definitely for us. That's because, thanks to the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise, there have been some majorly fine men we've come to treasure.
With the latest installment in the series, "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" opening in theaters today, we wanted to look back at the hotties we'd gladly hop aboard any ship for (well, maybe not Queen Anne's Revenge...) We also want to ask you, Captain Crushers, which of the handsome "Pirates" stars is your fave?