Team Edward enjoyed their proverbial day in the sun a few weeks ago, so it's only fair we do Team Jacob a solid too.
Get your Taylor Lautner panties cleaned and pressed because on April 13, MTV News' own Josh Horowitz will sit down with the "Twilight" star for a 30-minute, one-on-one live interview!
BUT WAIT! THERE'S MORE! (Thanks, we narrate infomercials on the side...) Anyway, in addition to our lengthy chat with the 19-year-old, we will also debut the trailer for his upcoming flick "Abduction," co-starring Lily Collins! (Check out our EXCLUSIVE still!)
(Click on the image above to see our entire gallery of "Abduction" set photos!)
It all goes down next Wednesday at 7:56 ET on MTV and MTV.com. And, as you probably guessed, we want your help! Have a burning "Breaking Dawn" question? Need to know Taylor's favorite breakfast cereal? Or what sort of deal with the devil you'll need to make for the privilege of touching just one abdominal muscle? Send your inquiries to @mtvnews using #asktaylor, and your query might make it into our live stream!
Stay close to Hollywood Crush as we countdown this auspicious occasion with plenty of Taylor Lautner goodies!
What will you be asking Taylor?
Okay, confession time: We've all Googled ourselves, right? Just to see what's out there, of course. But when you're the star of a huge movie franchise, like, for example, the "The Twilight Saga," there's a lot more than a link to your Facebook profile and that local newspaper article you were quoted in that one time.
Unsurprisingly, Robert Pattinson is all over the internet. He's even a meme (and he admits that Jumping Rob is "actually really funny"). Still, the "Twilight" hunk doesn't make a habit of searching for himself, he confided when we caught up with him at the "Water for Elephants" press junket.
Rob said he agrees with co-star Reese Witherspoon, who says celebrities tend to engage in self-searching when they're particularly glum.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" may not hit theaters until this summer, but Muggles everywhere are no doubt rejoicing that the DVD for "Part 1" hits stores very soon (April 15, to be exact). We're pretty keen on helping you celebrate this momentous day, which is why we're hosting an MTV.com live stream, toasting not only the DVD but the opening of Harry Potter: The Exhibition at the Discovery Times Square!
On April 4 at 7 p.m. ET, MTV News' own Josh Horowitz will head down the block (seriously, we're that close to the Potter magic) for the red carpet event. In addition to chatting with some of your fave "Potter" stars, Josh will take you behind the scenes of the exhibition and inside the new DVD.
But we need your help! Send your best questions to @mtvnews using #askpotter, and Josh could just ask them of Hogwarts' finest!
Here's a rundown of who will be in attendance: Michael Gambon (Dumbledore), Robbie Coltrane (Hagrid), Helen McCrory (Narcissa Malfoy), Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley), James and Oliver Phelps (Weasley Twins), Dohmnal Gleeson (Bill Weasley), Mark Williams (Arthur Weasley), Evanna Lynch (Luna), David Thewliss (Lupin), Nat Tena (Tonks), Producers David Heyman and David Baron and many more to come.
So send us your questions and click over to MTV.com at 7 p.m. ET on April 4 for our "Harry Potter" DVD release live stream!
Today at Hollywood Crush, we have some seriously exciting news to share. It is news so exciting, in fact, that we can't just go announcing it all over the place right off the bat. We have to wait for it, savor it like a fine wine, drawing it out and extracting every last ounce of exquisite anticipation and...oh the hell with it! Robert Pattinson will be hanging with MTV News next Friday to debut a never-before-seen clip from "Water for Elephants" and answer questions from fans on our "MTV First: Robert Pattinson" live stream!
You guys. You guys. Do you realize what this means?! ROBERT PATTINSON IS COMING TO VISIT US.
In honor of the upcoming release of "Water for Elephants," Rob will be paying an EXCLUSIVE visit to MTV News to personally premiere a new clip from the movie—and then sticking around afterward for a live, 30-minute interview with our own Josh Horowitz, in which he answers questions submitted by fans. Which means that if you've ever wondered what Rob's favorite color is, or whether he prefers boxers or briefs, or whether he would be willing to give a devoted fan a petite, keepsake lock of his chest hair, this is your big chance to ask! (But, uh, don't bother asking about the chest hair thing; we already tried, and no dice. Sad face!)
Rob's appearance will air on MTV at 8:56 p.m. ET on Friday, March 18, and we'll also be streaming the video live on MTV.com. And if you've got a question for our favorite sparkly vampire, you can submit them beginning today through MTV.com or on Twitter (@MTVNews, hashtag #AskRob).
Can't wait for this interview? Sate your hunger for all things RPattz right here, where you can check back every day for clips of our favorite past MTV moments with Rob!
This is your big chance: What will you ask Rob? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!
You probably know The Hillywood Show (a.k.a. the sister production team of Hannah and Hilly Hindi) best for their imaginative musical "Twilight" parodies (Lady Gaga meets Edward Cullen! Bella Swan rocks out in leather pants!), but the duo are tackling a new set of bloodsuckers this time around: Mystic Falls' own Damon and Stefan Salvatore. But in even more meta fashion than usual, these aren't the Damon and Stefan you're used to.
In fact, those aren't the brothers' names at all. The parody begins with "Damien" and "Steven" (Salvatore doppelgangers—clever) sitting in a dentist office waiting for their check-up. How else do we discover these aren't the "Vampire Diaries" hunks we know and love? They watch "Glee." Yep, Steven is anxious about his appointment because he watched that laughing-gas-hallucination episode (that reminds us...where has John Stamos been?). Anyway, when they finally get called for their cleaning, it's by a scrubs-clad hygienist who looks an awful lot like Nina Dobrev. And that's where the fun begins.
The 83rd Annual Academy Award are just days away now, and we're practically jumping out of our skin to see what fashionable frocks Natalie Portman, Anne Hathaway, Hailee Steinfeld and more will flaunt on the sure-to-be-glamorous red carpet. In fine MTV News tradition, we'll be live streaming AND live blogging the whole affair starting at 6:00 ET. (That's right, our red carpet coverage is now jumbo-size at a whopping 120 MINUTES!)
Our intrepid movies editor, Josh Horowitz, will be asking celebs the tough questions during our "2011 Oscars Live" stream, but we want your help! Be part of the night by tweeting your burning queries to @mtvnews using #oscars. Who knows? We could ask James Franco or Jennifer Lawrence your insightful inquiry! (Think about it: You'll be, like, one step removed from the hotness of Mr. Franco!)
Never accuse MTV News of not asking the tough questions. Exhibit A: When our own Josh Horowitz caught up with "The Adjustment Bureau" stars Matt Damon and Emily Blunt at a junket for their thriller (due March 4), he put them through the proverbial ringer in a lightening round of yes or no questions. The rules were pretty simple: Each star had to answer Josh's questions with only yes or no as a response (i.e. no explanations allowed). Sounds easy enough...except with queries like, "Is that stupid British accent fake?" (addressed to Emily) and "Do you find Sarah Palin remotely attractive?" (directed to Matt), the stars had to think through their answers a little more carefully than normal.
My favorite question, by far, is the most vulgar (sorry, Mom!), involving Matt, BFF Ben Affleck and his, um, package. I won't spoil it for you, but I suggest you click play on the video above to see the hilarious results of MTV's latest After Hours, titled "The Yes/No Show."
What do you think of our latest After Hours? Which question and/or response is your favorite? Which celeb would you like to play the yes/no game with? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!
"Jersey Shore" star Snooki is re-teaming with MTV's own Sway Calloway for the 53rd annual Grammy Awards red carpet, and this year the dynamic duo are hosting a two-hour live stream starting at 6 p.m. ET on MTV.com! In anticipation of the big night, Snooki told MTV News she's stepping up her interviewing skills several notches.
"I did do the interviews with the Grammys last year, and I really had no idea what was going on," she explained. "This was all new to me. So now, being in it for a year, I know what to expect."
Snickers has definitely had plenty of experience on the other side of the red carpet over the past year thanks to her book release, New Year's Eve ball drop and the much-anticipated new season of "Jersey Shore." And she said that she's learned a few things about interviewing other celebrities on the red carpet since last year's Grammy gig.
If the teaser trailer for "Soul Surfer" grabbed your interest a few weeks ago, just wait until you see the full-length trailer, which hit the web today! Courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, we got a longer look at the amazing true tale of Bethany Hamilton brought to life on the big screen.
For those not familiar with the story, Bethany, a young surfer, endures a horrific shark attack accident and must have her left arm amputated. Still, after finding the will to move on, a defiant Bethany returns to the ocean and begins surfing again. Not choked up yet? Well, the trailer, with its inspirational subject matter and its fitting use of Katy Perry's "Firework," should definitely do the trick.
The trailer starts out like so many surfer flicks that came before it; sunny, exotic and with some awe-inspiring shots of killer waves. We meet Bethany, a bikini-clad teen (played by AnnaSophia Robb), on the cusp of becoming a pro surfer, who splits her time between hanging with friends and hanging ten.
Not long ago, MTV News sat down with actor/man-of-my-dreams Ryan Gosling for an in-depth, wide-ranging discussion regarding the art of film-making, method acting, and most importantly, the Internet meme "F--- Yeah! Ryan Gosling." The "Blue Valentine" star—who we should note was totally aware of the nonsense missives even before we brought them to his attention—was good-humored and self-deprecating enough to recite some of the hilarious "Hey Girl" notes with his own added commentary (ex: "I'm in some kind of 'Star Trek' jacket. I don't know why I have that."). Not surprisingly, our Ryan-loving hearts just couldn't leave well enough alone, so when we ran into Mr. Gosling at the Weinstein Company Golden Globes after party, we just had to relive the moment.
When our own Josh Horowitz asked Ryan about the possibility of a weekly "Hey Girl" television series, Ryan thought it sounded like a wonderful idea.
"Yeah, I'm in," he said with a grin. "I'll do it."