FROM MTV NEWS: "Silver Linings Playbook" (or as we shall forever call it, The Film That Earned Jennifer Lawrence Her First Oscar) hits DVD and Blu-ray on April 30, and in celebration of the release, MTV News got its hot little hands on a cool bonus from the Oscar-nominated film.
The clip in question is actually an alternate ending for the film that also stars Bradley Cooper, Robet De Niro and Jacki Weaver. Click play to watch the video and tell us in the comments which version of the "Silver Linings Playbook" ending you like best!
Learn more about the alternate ending at MTV News!
It's all coming to an end, Gleeks. Though we still have about a month until the season four finale of our favorite song-and-dance series, star Naya Rivera took to Twitter today to sing the praises of the final day of filming.
Elsewhere, "Vampire Diaries" executive producer Julie Plec also heralded the end of production on her CW series' fourth season.
FROM MTV STYLE: Late last year we told you about Selena Gomez's latest endorsement deal as the face of adidas NEO, and now (finally!) we're getting a peek at her fun, fresh ad campaign.
The "Spring Breakers" starlet sports an array of pieces—from a cheery yellow cardigan to graphic print leggings—in the eye-catching snaps. And we love it all, obviously.
Click over to MTV Style for a closer look at Selena's adidas NEO campaign!
We often find ourselves coveting the closets of cuties like Nina Dobrev and Emma Watson, but actress Jennette McCurdy took to Twitter today to share her sartorial admiration for an unlikely group of guys: One Direction!
Come to think of it, the former "iCarly" star does have a point...
Hey Hollywood Crush Readers!
I'm Kiera Cass, author of "The Selection," "The Prince" novella, and "The Elite" (out today!). "The Selection" series revolves around a fictitious dating game, and lots of people ask if I ever watched "The Bachelor" to get inspired for my books. The truth is, I never watched an episode until after I wrote "The Selection," but since then I’ve learned a lot about televised dating relationships and all the drama that surrounds them.
Personally, I think it’s easier to find a guy the old-fashioned, off-screen way. But... that’s way less entertaining! So, if you decide to participate in one of these ventures, you’ve got to remember that the producers have it down to a science as to what mix of girls make for an interesting show and who would stand a chance at winning a happily ever after. So, you’ve got to quickly establish yourself as one of the following it you want a chance at snagging your ideal man!
If you've ever thought of making Mindy Kaling a mixed CD (or, more likely if you live in this century, a Spotify playlist), the actress provided a very specific list of musical preferences via Twitter today. So please take note.
The next new episode of "The Mindy Project," which finds Danny's ex-wife returning to New York, airs April 30.
FROM MTV MOVIES BLOG: If your anticipation for Baz Luhrmann glitzy, glamorous "Great Gatsby" is reaching the breaking point, we've got something to sooth your soul...at least for a few minutes.
Days after a soundtrack sampler, featuring Sia, Jack White and Emeli Sande, sauntered onto the web, you can now swoon over Lana Del Rey's ethereal "Young and Beautiful"!
Listen to the track at MTV Movies Blog!
On Wednesday, "Vampire Diaries" executive producer Julie Plec took to Twitter to talk about wrapping season four, and now Nina Dobrev is dropping a few fun deets about how it will all go down. One word: prom.
After last night's prom-themed episode, the cast and crew were inspired to fashion their wrap party after the big dance. And just look at these amazing campaign posters they've created!
by Melissa Albert
All this season, "Glee" has been presenting a seriously warped vision of life after high school: Santana went to college for a while, got bored, then dropped out; Mercedes chucked it in for life in a West Coast recording studio; Puck...is still working on his screenplay; and absolutely every graduate is on constant call to appear back at McKinley, if you just click your heels together and say their name twice.
So it’s refreshing when Finn experiences something that resembles actual college life. He enrolls to get his teaching degree and moves into a freshman dorm, where he appears in Harlem Shake videos, sweet talks girls into taking off their tops and bros up with an ever-resilient Puckerman, who has finally figured out that the girls get easier when you leave high school.
Then Schue shows up. Regionals are fast approaching (aren’t they always?), and he can’t handle the pressure without Finn by his side. But Finn’s not having it. “As you can see, I’m pretty busy with college,” he says smarmily, before ripping off his shirt and jetting down a slip ‘n’ slide.
by Cassie Title
It may seem at first thought, that Elena almost killing April, or Elena almost killing Bonnie, or Bonnie almost killing Elena (are you sensing a pattern here?) were the craziest events to have taken place at the Mystic Falls High School prom. But I have some other ideas. What I’m finding to be the craziest things are:
-April’s oh-so-important position of tallying the votes for prom king and queen, or better yet, April’s appearance at all.
-Bonnie being voted prom queen. Apologies, guys, but Bonnie hasn’t been cool since the pilot episode, when she was silly and loyal and, well, fun. Ever since, she’s been angsty, but not in a cool, Damon way, and irritating, and, well, to put it in the words of humanity-less Elena: a brainwashed crazy person. When she’s even in an episode, which is admittedly rare, she has such hate in her voice and her eyes that I’m convinced she’s secretly evil. I get the girl’s got a lot going on (her Grams died, she continues to fall for evil guys trying to use her, she’s got tons of dark magic that she can’t control), but there’s no way that anybody would vote for such a gloomy, annoying gal.
-The fact that the prom was at some gorgeous, fancy estate. I was thinking they’d add another school-sanctioned chaperone-less party in the woods or at Tyler’s house.
All in all, though, it was a pretty rad dance. And episode. Here’s why: