The one "Twilight Saga" scene Robert Pattinson would like to reshoot out of the entire series is probably not the one you'd expect. There are many iconic moments in the vampire film franchise, and the first kiss between Bella and Edward is definitely towards the top of the list. But, as it turns out, Rob isn't as big a fan of that scene as we are.
When he, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner sat down with MTV News for MTV First: "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," one fan asked which scene the cast would like a do-over on. Rob admitted that he wants to try out the first kiss scene again.
A new werewolf is going to be coming to Mystic Falls tonight, and she's going to have a familiar face. "The Secret Circle" star Phoebe Tonkin is making her long-anticipated arrival on "The Vampire Diaries" tonight as a friend of Tyler's named Hayley.
In anticipation of tonight's episode, "The Rager," MTV News sat down with Phoebe to ask her about her character. We don't know much about Hayley going in—and no, she's not Faye Chamberlain in werewolf form—so we had Phoebe catch us up to speed on what role she'll play in Tyler's life and why she's come back into it.
We have 25 days—yes, only 25 days—until the final "Twilight Saga" film hits theaters.
While we're sure most of you are just thrilled to get to see Bella and Edward again in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," you're going to get a lot more than that. A whole slew of new vampires are introduced in this movie, and there's a good chance that some of you might need a little help brushing up on your knowledge in anticipation of the release.
Well, what better time to remind you of 10 of our favorite underrated new vampires than during The Twi-Fight Saga! Voting in the competition, which will ultimately determine who the best "Twilight" character of all time is, began yesterday, but you still have a couple more days to vote before round one closes on Thursday. So before you head over to the polls, read up on some of the character's involved first. Maybe these reminders will sway your vote.
David Slade is considering a return to young-adult world to adapt Ally Condie's hit novel "Matched."
It's been two years since Disney picked up the rights to the YA book, but finally we have some movement on it. Deadline is reporting that David is in talks to helm the project, which takes place in a dystopian world where there is no free will and all major life decisions are dictated by The Society. We, of course, love David best for his take on "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" (my personal favorite of the four "Twilight" films thus far), and it's exciting to see him pick such an awesome novel to herald his return to the genre.
We know actor Daniel Gillies best as Original vampire Elijah on "The Vampire Diaries," but it's time to meet his filmmaker side too.
Daniel decided five years ago that he wanted to fulfill his dream of directing a project of his own. He took three years off acting and invested more than $100,000 of his own money into making that dream a reality, and thus, "Broken Kingdom" was born. Along the way he decided to create a documentary chronicling his experience and turned to fellow actors Mark Ruffalo, Don Cheadle, Selma Blair and wife Rachael Leigh Cook (yes, that Rachael Leigh Cook) to help contribute their own experiences to the project.
"Broken Kingdom" has already made festival circuits and now it and its companion documentary "Kingdom Come" are ready to meet the world. The premiere for both projects is going to take place in Los Angeles on October 2, but Daniel has invited all of us to come. He is going to livestream the premiere red carpet through the films' official website for fans to watch and, once the movie starts rolling in L.A.'s Harmony Gold Theater, viewers at home will be able to watch "Kingdom Come" on their computers as well. After, both projects will be available for purchase. We had a chance to catch up with Daniel recently to talk about where he got this great idea, which really is a first in the film community.
Things are going to get a bit crazy when "The Vampire Diaries" returns for its fourth season on October 11. There's the fact that you know who became a vampire, a certain someone has possessed another certain someone, and Elena has seemingly picked one Salvatore brother over the other.
But while we're interested in the resolution of all of those plot points, we're also curious what the status of the Original Family is now that everyone thinks Klaus is dead (like it ever would be that easy). We recently had the chance to catch up with Daniel Gillies, the actor who plays brother Elijah, and asked him what we can expect from the Original vampire siblings in the coming season. Consider this your cue to stop reading if you aren't caught up on "The Vampire Diaries."
In the latest installment of "The Yes/No Show," MTV News' Josh Horowitz asks "Lawless" stars Shia LaBeouf and Jessica Chastain the hard-hitting questions. The questions you always wanted answered. Questions like, "Did Shia cut off Jessica's three-legged dog's leg?" or "Is chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream proof that God exists?" You'll be thanking us after you watch.
Despite the many mysteries unraveled during this two-and-a-half-minute-long segment, the biggest surprise for us was just how game Shia was to play along. We'll blame the scruffy beard-meets-ponytail look for having us worried.
"Welcome to the island of misfit toys."
If you, like us, have watched "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" trailer no fewer than a billion times, then you're probably pretty familiar with that line. Emma Watson's character, Sam, welcomes Logan Lerman's Charlie into her close-knit circle of friends, and his freshman year of high school soon becomes a lot more exciting than the self-proclaimed wallflower ever expected.
But now we finally have some context for that scene. To launch MTV's Fall Movie Preview Week, we have an EXCLUSIVE new clip from "Perks" that includes the previously mentioned "misfit toys" line, as well as a couple more you might recognize. Emma, Logan and Ezra Miller all put their best feet (foots?) forward here, and we even get a sneak peek of Mae Whitman's Mary Elizabeth and Erin Wilhelmi's Alice.
It's been more than a year since the adaptation of Veronica Roth's hit novel "Divergent" earned itself a writer, and now the film looks like it finally might be close to getting a director.
We've been anxiously awaiting this film since it was announced, and "Snow White and the Huntsman" scribe Evan Daugherty seemed like a good fit to adapt the dystopian story. But it seems like the flick will be kicked up a notch now that Variety is reporting that "Limitless" helmer Neil Burger is in early talks to direct the flick.
World, meet your Finnick Odair.
It shouldn't come as much of a surprise to find out who finally landed the coveted "Hunger Games" role. Sam Claflin has long seemed to be Lionsgate's top choice for the part, and today the studio finally confirmed that the "Snow White and the Huntsman" hottie will be playing District 4's golden boy.
This is pretty great news for Sam, and bad news for every other twentysomething actor in Hollywood. Finnick Odair is the biggest new role to be introduced in "Catching Fire," and also guarantees a role in the next two "Hunger Games" films. Sam should consider this casting news a major compliment, as Finnick is largely considered to be the hottest dude in the Hunger Games. Bring on the tribute parade and that infamous golden fish net!