We already know that Niall Horan is likely to show up shirtless in the One Direction 3-D flick, "This Is Us," and now it seems like he’ll be missing something else at the film's premiere in August.
On Wednesday, the towheaded heartthrob confirmed that his braces are finally off! He even treated fans to some before and after pics of the dental work.
In the hours leading up to the reveal of his straight chompers, the 19-year-old expressed hope that he would soon be braces-less. He wrote (with very enthusiastic punctuation), “Morning. ! This is it ! I'm goin to the dentist! I think this is my last hour with braces! Oh how I'm gona miss them ! Naaaaaaat !”
Hugh Jackman might have earned an Oscar nomination for his work in "Les Miserables," but let's be real: All that serious acting stuff was just a silly distraction from his true calling, his raison d'etre, which is, of course, slicing and dicing his enemies into tiny little pieces as the unstoppable "X-Men" mutant, Wolverine. And when Hugh stopped by MTV's studios for a special visit in advance of the MTV Movie Awards, nobody was asking for instructions in the exquisite art of Jean Valjean-ing. NOOOOO. What we want to know is, how do you do the Wolverine voice?
Fortunately, Hugh was all too happy to give our Josh Horowitz a lesson in James "Logan" Howlett's trademark tough-guy growl—which, as you can see in this week's episode of After Hours, is useful in a variety of everyday scenarios, from coming up short on your body wash coupons to procuring red velvet cupcakes from a recalcitrant baker. (Also, it's too fun watching Hugh go from happy-go-lucky Australian friendlyguy to angry American action hero just like... *snaps*... that.)
by Driadonna Roland
James Franco and Ashley Benson may or may not be a thing, but they sure like to act like this other celeb couple we know. Or, ex-couple, which could be a bad sign. Anywho, James and Ashley are at it again, dropping a second ridiculously silly music video parody.
We're hoping their "Spring Breakers" co-star Selena Gomez has a great sense of humor because James and Ashley take on Selena's hit "Love You Like a Love Song." This is after they lampooned Justin Beiber's “Boyfriend” video in January, which mysteriously disappeared from James' WhoSay page, but is conveniently available here.
Popping up in a pink ski mask, James intros the new video, saying, "Yo, here's a song from one of my favorite young singers, my co-star, young Selena Gomez. Remix."
While it's still under dispute which "Spring Breakers" starlet is the biggest Britney Spears stan (Selena's argument is a compelling one...), we do know one thing for sure: the pop tart's songbook gets a good look in the Harmony Korine-directed drama, with not one but two tunes ("...Baby One More Time" and "Everytime") making the cut. Which got us wondering: How well do Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine really know Britney's oeuvre?
We put the actresses to the test in our latest After Hours, asking them to finish that lyric. And not to spoil it or anything, but they performed admirably, with Selena even busting out a mini serenade at the end. Oops!... She Did It Again, amirite?
Click play on the video to watch the "Spring Breakers" get their Britney on.
Lately, it seems like you can't so much as glance at the internet without seeing a new announcement about some hot young starlet or another being tapped for the career-making lead role in an important new film. Which is all well and good and very exciting, except for just one thing: None of the hot young starlets in question is ever Taissa Farmiga.
Which, if you're at all familiar with Taissa and her awesome acting talents, is clearly NOT OKAY. And while we're not saying that Taissa should be cast in every single thing, ever, for the rest of time (except when we do, for which we are not even remotely sorry), it should go without saying that we all need more Taissa Farmiga screen-time, because of reasons. The top five of which are...
Olivia Wilde is magical in the upcoming comedy "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone," starring Steve Carell and Jim Carrey, but the actress' real passion lies with all things wild. Seriously. That's why she changed her surname. "The smell of the sweat of the animals—it gets me going," Olivia told our own Josh Horowitz during the latest episode of our web series After Hours. "So I decided I wanted my name to reflect my feeling about that."
What else did we learn during "Wild Animal Kingdom"? Well, for one, Olivia looks particularly lovely in a safari hat (or two strategically placed...). Also, dogs do not like Josh. But we don't really want to get into the reasons for that because ewwwww.
Click play on the clip above to get wild with Wilde!
A word of warning, superstars: If you're particularly susceptible to the mind-blowing effects of total cutesy-wootsy-ness, you may want to grab hold of a nice, sturdy piece of furniture before watching our latest After Hours. Because it's time for a new installment of "Adorable Things," our segment dedicated to the appreciation of all things fluffy and cuddly—and today's clip features dangerous levels of lovability. It can all be summed up in six words:
Nick Offerman in a bunny hat.
Yep, that's right: Actor Nick Offerman is the most adorable man, maybe even the most adorable thing, ever to grace the face of the earth. He's cuter than a basket of puppies. He's cuter than a hedgehog in a party hat. He's cuter than two baby otters, holding hands, eating cupcakes, while wearing matching footie pajamas with special holes cut for their tails. And in this After Hours, the "Parks and Recreation" star shares with us the secrets of his adorability, from his most squeezable facial features to his heart-melting vocal inflections to his very own version of baby talk. How cute is it? So cute we actually squeed ourselves to death. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Until just now, we never know how very, very badly we wanted to play a "Star Wars"-specific version of the classic game of options "F--k, Marry, Kill", with "Admission" stars Paul Rudd and Tina Fey...but we want to. Oh, god, we want to! Because that's just what MTV's Josh Horowitz got to do when Tina and Paul stopped by for the latest episode of After Hours, where they proved themselves to be not just talented actors, but also excellent logicians when it came to determining which characters from the "Star Wars" franchise would make the best lover, partner, and/or murder victim!
Highlights from the video include: a vote of approval for the Linda Ronstadt Spouse Acceptability Litmus Test, the best spontaneous use of the phrase "wookie nookie" ever recorded in human history, and Tina's matter-of-fact suggestion that any discerning woman would sleep with Darth Vader—you know, for the story.
One question was on everyone's mind at last night's red carpet before the Oscars, aside from "How awesome is Jennifer Lawrence?" People wanted to know why Kristen Stewart showed up to the big event on crutches.
We heard some rumors about broken glass, but it all sounded a little suspicious to us, so we went to our own inside source, Kristen's "Twilight" co-star Peter Facinelli, to see what he knew about the incident.
"That's what I wanted to know from you," Peter told MTV News. "I don't know [what happened to Kristen]. I was nowhere near her. I didn't push her or anything. I didn't do it. It wasn't me. I just saw her on crutches. I have to text her and find out what happened. She's not clumsy. Bella's clumsy. It's just a movie."
It's Friday, and we'd be lying if we said we weren't nibbling on a few dark chocolates as we wrap up our week. But, thankfully, we're not the only ones with food on the brain. In fact, "Glee" star Kevin McHale may be a man after our own hearts (and stomachs) as far as noshing is concerned.
Of course, this raises one (well, maybe two) very important questions: What exactly are Snacks Nos. 1 and 2? INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW, KEV.