Carly Rae Jepsen fans, get ready to pucker up because you’re about to get a big Kiss this September. Carly is releasing her new album, Kiss, next month and we recently caught up with the “Call Me Maybe” singer -- and figured what better topic to discuss than kissing!
Like any twenty-something, Carly has her fair share of celebrity crushes, so we put her the test asking the tough question: Which Hollywood Hottie Would You Rather Kiss?
Round One: “Twilight” Face-Off
In our first round of “Who Would You Rather,” we gave Carly the tough question that’s been plaguing “Twilight” fans for years: Robert Pattinson or Taylor Lautner.
“Robert,” Carly said. “This is a mean game. Sorry, Taylor, you’re cute too!”
We don’t think you could go wrong with either one!
Winner: Robert Pattinson
FROM MTV NEWS: The echoes of MTV News' "Breaking Dawn" live stream event with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner are still reverberating through Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, but MTV News is already getting set to do it all over again.
On Monday, November 14, at 8 p.m. ET on MTV.com, host Josh Horowitz will be streaming live for two hours from the red-carpet premiere of from "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" outside L.A.'s Nokia Theatre. That means we'll once again be talking to Pattinson, Stewart and Lautner, as well as the rest of your favorite "Twilight" stars. It's all happening just days before the film arrives in theaters on November 18.
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FROM MTV NEWS: Our first extended opportunity to chat with Jonah Hill came in the summer of 2005, when we met up with the then largely unknown actor and his co-star Justin Long on the set of "Accepted."
"I wouldn't say we're the next Farley and Spade," Hill told MTV News of his onscreen collaboration with Long. "I would say we're the next Rosie O'Donnell and Madonna."
And so the comedic gauntlet was thrown down. Hill has been making us laugh ever since, cracking us up during interviews and bringing the funny in "Superbad," "Cyrus," "Get Him to the Greek" and many more. To celebrate his latest, "The Sitter," and because we just have such a good time talking with Hill, we're very proud to announce "MTV First: The Sitter," an exclusive sit-down with the actor.
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We've been studying up on "The Art of Getting By" since the coming-of-age tale first flickered across a big screen in January. Back then, at the Sundance Film Festival, the Emma Roberts-starring indie was called "Homework," though anyone who uses the film's early scenes as a guide to life, love and academics would end up looking a bit foolish.
The movie stars Roberts as a popular yet disillusioned high school senior who forms an unlikely bond with Freddie Highmore's artistic outcast. He teaches her how to slack off, she basically declares herself open to a romantic advance, and still the twosome can't quite come together. Awkwardness and adorableness ensue in equal parts.
MTV News ended up debuting the first trailer, after Fox Searchlight snapped up the film at Sundance. And earlier this month, we held a sneak-peek screening of the full film a few days before the MTV Movie Awards. After the showing, during a livestream Q&A with Roberts and her castmates, the young actress revealed that while she connected deeply with her character (writer/director Gavin Wiesen based many of them on his own life), there was at least one moment on set that she loathed at the time and continues to cringe over to this day.
"Twilight" star Jamie Campbell Bower may not be saying when, where or how he's going to tie the knot with "Harry Potter" star Bonnie Wright, but at least we know the vampire and the witch are officially engaged. "I'm very happy," Jamie told The Daily last month. "It's a wonderful, wonderful time."
Sooner or later though, the two Brits are going to have to pick a date, and when they do, "Harry Potter" star Tom Felton has got the perfect gift in mind for Bonnie and Jamie (who, in addition to his Twi-duties, appears as Gellert Grindelwald in the two parts of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows").
"I'm going to give them a nimbus!" Tom said with a laugh in a recent interview with MTV News, referring to the fantastical broomsticks that wizards and witches use to play Quidditch.
We won't pretend to make sense of it. We'll just put it out into the world and let you guys try and understand how Evan Rachel Wood, who was once engaged to Marilyn "I Wanna Use You And Abuse You" Manson, is a diehard Justin Bieber fan.
"I'm not ashamed to say it, I saw 'Never Say Never,' and I totally have Bieber Fever," the 23-year-old actress told MTV News while promoting "The Conspirator." "It doesn't make any sense to me. I was the last person on earth who would ever be a Bieber fan. But I'm telling you, he got me."
Around this time last year, Elizabeth Olsen was known—if she was know at all—as the younger sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley. She was enrolled in NYU’s theatre program and had been auditioning for Broadway and Off-Broadway plays. But she’d made the conscious decision to avoid the career arc—filled with Hollywood highs and tabloid lows—of her sisters.
Only last January did she begin actively seeking out movie work. Now here she is at the Sundance Film Festival, about to achieve breakout status based on her two new films, “Silent House” and “Martha Marcy May Marlene.” It’s been a long time coming for the 21-year-old, but it was worth the wait if it meant not being exposed to the same spotlight that Mary-Kate and Ashley were as pre-teen stars.
As part of Lily Collins' recent 11 to Watch in 2011 interview with MTV News, the 21-year-old actress spoke at length about starring in the upcoming adaptation of the "Mortal Instruments" book series, touching on how she won the role of Clary Fray and which Hollywood hunk she could see playing Jace Wayland.
In fact, she had so much to say, we couldn't fit it into just one story. Throughout her lengthy comments about Cassandra Clare's supernatural series, Lily made clear she's a big fan of the material. She knows the ins and outs of each character and can speak eloquently about each one's motivation and story arc. And knowing the books as well as she does, Lily is keyed up for one scene in particular when she begins filming "City of Bones," the first installment in the series, this spring (readers unfamiliar with the books should be aware of spoilers after the jump).
Can it really be?! Our boy wizard is all grown up!
Yes, Daniel Radcliffe turns 21 today — and just in time. The British actor is headed to Broadway early next year to star in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," meaning he'll legally be able to hit the bars with his castmates for a post-show night cap.
Of course, the legal drinking age across the pond is 18, so Dan has been pub-eligible for years, including the night he wrapped shooting on "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," bringing a decade worth of work on the franchise to a close.