The "Vampire Diaries" returns tonight after a brief hiatus, and Mystic Falls is pulling out all the stops. Because it's prommmmmmm!
"Pictures of You" finds Caroline's carefully laid plans for a dynamite dance go awry when Elena causes a ruckus—despite Stefan and Damon's best efforts. It all leads into next week's episode, which is the long-awaited back-door pilot for "The Originals." Bloody. Fantastic.
FROM MTV NEWS: If you've paid any attention to the film industry over, say, the last three years, you've probably heard of a young upstart named Jennifer Lawrence. You know the one: Oscar winner, "Hunger Games" star and BFF of the entire nation at large. Well, adding to the 22-year-old's growing list of accolades is inclusion in Time's 100 Most Influential People list.
Inside the pages, the starlet is feted by Jodie Foster—an actress who knows a thing or two about success at a young age.
Of course, JLaw is just one of our favorite stars to make the cut. (Hi JT! What up, Lena Dunham!?)
Click on over to MTV News to read more!
That Kristen Stewart is a wily one: Every time we turn around, she's either climbing aboard or jumping ship on one movie or another! Just today, we've got a report that she's said goodbye to her role in the heist flick "Focus"—the second film she's bowed out of in a year. (She also gave up her part in the action movie "Cali," which vanished from the Hollywood radar after her departure.)
For fans of the actress, it's getting the teensiest bit difficult to keep tabs of where and when we'll next see her on the big screen...which is why we, who are experts at tracking Kristen in her natural habitat, have put together this little list of her upcoming projects.
"Vampire Diaries" returns tomorrow night after a bloody-long hiatus (OK, it was really just a few weeks, but still), with the episode "Pictures of You." (It's prom, y'all!) But writer and co-executive producer Julie Plec is celebrating another milestone: the impending wrap of season four.
Thankfully, we don't have to say goodbye to The CW's bloodsucking series just yet: the season finale airs on May 16.
FROM MTV NEWS: Now that Emma Watson and her "Bling Ring" have ransacked Hollywood (and MTV's Sneak Peek Week), the posh French Riviera seems a fitting next stop on their itinerary.
The Cannes Film Festival announced today that the Sofia Coppola-directed crime caper will open Un Certain Regard 2013.
Inspired by an actual group of young bandits who burgled Tinseltown's rich and famous, "The Bling Ring" opens stateside June 14.
Steal more "Bling Ring" scoop at MTV News!
Get ready to raise those "Pom Poms"! The Jonas Brothers are stopping by the MTV Studios to talk all about their latest single—and we're letting you in on all the dishy details.
For the next 30 minutes, the trio will be talking LIVE with our own Christina Garibaldi and taking your question (send 'em using the hashtag #AskJonas).
So get in on all the fun by clicking play on the video above! All together now: rah-rah!
Pencils down, eyes up: We (and Jillian Rose Reed) have an important announcement to make. In case you missed our preview post earlier, "Awkward" returns tonight at 10 p.m. for its third season. And you don't want to miss it because we've been promised darkness, make-outs and lots of shirtlessness.
And, because we're the helpful sort, we're marathoning the first two seasons all day long in anticipation. So tune your TV into MTV, and don't go anywhere. Seriously. We're watching you.
If we've learned one thing from years of covering the MTV Movie Awards, it's to expect the unexpected—whether it's a cookyacceptance-speech crashing or a less-than-sexy casting announcement. And of course, the same is true for the red carpet, where looks ran the gamut from short and sweet to long and luscious.
And, conveniently for you, we're rounded up all of last night's looks in one handy gallery for your perusing pleasure. So get clicking to relive all of the fashionable moments from the 2013 MTV Movie Awards!
by Driadonna Roland
Anybody can record a great a capella performance, but to do it live, in front of millions? The cast of "Pitch Perfect" proved why they deserved the award for Best Musical Performance, hitting all the right notes when they opened the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday.
There weren't any dinosaurs, and Blue Ivy did NOT perform as promised, but there was plenty of fire as the Barden Bellas and Treblemakers reunited to put their spin on Miley Cyrus' "The Climb," Eminem's "Lose Yourself," Alicia Keys' "Girl on Fire" and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop."
The 2013 MTV Movie Awards are just hours away, and one of the most hotly contested categories is our socially-driven Best Heroes category, in which Kristen Stewart's Snow White is going head-to-head with Martin Freeman's Bilbo Baggins for the Golden Popcorn. And, you guys, the Hobbit is winning. So if you think Snow White truly is the fairest of them all, you best get voting!
Head on over to Twitter or Instagram and use the hash tag #votesnowwhite. Voting is open until minutes before the statuette is handed out, so don't rest those fingers! Get to it. (And if you want to see some fun examples of fan-submitted Instagram votes, check them out here!)