Writer-director Amy Heckerling is taking a bite out of the vampire genre with "Vamps," which hits select theaters on November 2 and Blu-ray/DVD on November 13. And, from the just-released trailer for the flick, it's clear that Heckerling is using her quirky voice to bring to life the world of the undead.
The film stars "Clueless" alum Alicia Silverstone and "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23" funny lady Krysten Ritter as bestie vamps living it up in the Big Apple, complete with a a vampire support group and a life that allows them to meet mortals. When Krysten’s character falls for "Downton Abbey" cutie Dan Stevens (his character's last name is Van Helsing, natch), things take a turn for the funny as his mortal parents try and size up her intentions for their son.
In tonight's episode of "The Next," Joe Jonas heads to La La Land, and not only does he mentor some talent while he's there, but he also plays Hollywood tour guide.
In this EXCLUSIVE look at the latest episode of The CW reality series, Joe stands atop a tour bus and goofs off. But the best part comes when some man shouts up at him, "You famous?" Joe, always the charmer that he is, simply responds, "No, I’m just a tour guide."
"I was actually a tour guide on a, like, star tour," Joe told MTV News about the moment, a photo of which he also posted on his Instagram. "It was really funny because it was like, I was having way too much fun with that microphone, and it kept cutting out so I was getting really frustrated, but somehow we caught the Hollywood sign in the background. It's a perfect photo."
Max Thieriot is hitting the big screen this week, alongside "The Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence, in the horror flick "House at the End of the Street." And while we're thrilled at the chance to check out this up-and-coming star at our local cineplex, we're not sure we're emotionally prepared to get the stuffing scared out of us just yet. But, we'll face our fears and name Max this week's Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Max and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: 23-year-old Max (whose full name is quite the mouthful, Maximillion Drake Thieriot) grew up right outside San Francisco in Los Altos Hills, California. He did a bit of modeling for the Gap before pursuing his La-La-Land dreams.
Channing Tatum didn't completely dash our hopes that the highly anticipated sequel to this year’s ab-tastic "Magic Mike" is off the table. But, he also didn’t completely confirm that it is happening or that it will be a road trip movie featuring the beefiest guys in the game.
"You know, we don’t know if it’s going to happen yet. We want it to happen. We'd love it to be a road trip movie, but [Steven] Soderbergh’s not directing—like done, done. He’s like actually gone," Channing told MTV News over the weekend at a brunch celebrating his new flick, "10 Years." "He’s, like, literally gone, gone, so I don’t know. It’s hard to imagine doing the movie without him."
Word on the street is that with Soderbergh "gone gone" as Channing put it, there’s a good chance that Magic Mike himself might go behind the camera and co-direct the sequel with co-writer Reid Carolin.
It's only a few more hours until the new season of "Glee" kicks off on Fox. And with so many new faces and places to spice up our favorite song-and-dance series, it seems that anything is possible. Which seems especially true for besties Rachel and Kurt, who are embarking on some big-city dreams when the show kicks off.
Rachel will be getting put through the ringer by her dance teacher, played by a very toned Kate Hudson, at NYADA, while Kurt will be learning about sex and the city at his Vogue internship thanks to the one and only Sarah Jessica Parker. While fans will have to wait and see what does end up happening when these two hit NYC, we here at Hollywood Crush asked Lea Michele and Chris Colfer what they think a Rachel-Kurt apartment might look like if they should end up shacking up together this season.
"Realistically, they’d probably live in a studio together, like Upper, Upper, Upper West Side," Chris speculated.
This week the new season of "Glee" kicks off, and that means there will be a few more pretty faces to entertain us as they belt out tunes from Top 40 radio. (Good thing too considering all of our old favorites are pursuing their dreams across the country...) And, to honor some of the cuties who have signed on for season four, we have named Jacob Artist and Dean Geyer this week's Hump Day Hotties.
Check out these dreamy photos of Jacob and Dean and keep reading for more details about them!
Vital stats: Jacob, 19, grew up in New York. Meanwhile, Dean has a bit more of an exotic background. The 26-year-old was born in South Africa and grew up in Australia where he appeared on “Australian Idol” in 2006.
Ever wonder what it would be like to have Channing Tatum as your boss? Well, wonder no more. The "Magic Mike" star is expanding his resume to include the title "restaurateur," and his New Orleans hot spot, Saints and Sinners, is opening in October...and they're hiring!
With the tagline, "Where the red light is always on," and old-fashioned scantily-clad ladies adorning the top of the restaurant’s Facebook page, we imagine that whoever ends up working there needs to be a bit saucy. Wallflowers need not apply!
Henry Cavill will hit the big screen this week in the thriller "The Cold Light of Day," but his dashing, leading man good looks have been thrilling us for quite some time now. And, in honor of his hotness (and that is an understatement), we are naming him this week's Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Henry and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: Twenty-nine-year-old Henry is a Jersey boy. Well, he was born and raised on the island of Jersey in Europe's Channel Islands before attending boarding school in England. Growing up, he kick started his acting career by performing in school plays. And the rest, as they say, is history.
It's kind of hard not to get a crush on a multi-talented performer like Carlos Pena. He can sing, dance and act, not only as a member of Big Time Rush, but also in this week’s indie feature, "Little Birds." In honor of his breakout role in the flick, we are naming him this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out this dreamy photo of Carlos and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: This 23-year-old was raised in Florida, where at a young age he began to explore his love for the arts, appearing in local productions of musicals and, yes, even getting his groove on as a cheerleader at his high school. He perfected his craft at both the American Heritage School and the Boston Conservatory before moving to Los Angeles.
The silly, raunchy, heart-felt chick flick "For A Good Time, Call..." opens next week, and really it's just the latest film in a wave of movies and TV shows that have women as the lead jokester. While women have been relegated to the world frothy romantic comedies in the last decade, these projects are ones that highlights the realness of friendship, love and career.
Viewers love that vibe, and "Good Time" star Ari Graynor credits the Kristen Wiig vehicle, "Bridesmaids," for reminding watchers that women are really, really funny when they are at their best, and their worst.