Leave it to Robert Pattinson to somehow work in the phrase "massage my butt cheek" into a recollection of all things "Twilight" during the junket for the film franchise's finale, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2."
You see, MTV News' Josh Horowitz wanted to spend a pleasant moment hearkening back to the very beginnings of the saga, and thusly asked Rob what he remembered from that first day of filming "Twilight."
"We were doing the fight scene at the end of the first one, and I tore my glute, well, almost tore it, basically in my second shot of the whole movie—of the whole series," the actor explained. "[They] had to get a physiotherapist to come in and massage my butt cheek for the rest of the day." (Hard job!)
Election Day has come and gone, with President Barack Obama re-elected for another term. But that doesn't mean all thoughts have turned from Mitt Romney just yet. In fact, "Glee" star Chris Colfer revealed a very interesting dream he had about the Republican candidate, via Twitter.
Paging "Saturday Night Live"! Are you reading this, Seth Meyers? Just checking...
Here's a nice early present for all you "Vampire Diaries" lovers out there: The CW has announced that we're going to be treated to a holiday episode featuring our favorite Mystic Falls residents later this year.
"O Come, All Ye Faithful" is set to air on December 13, and while the official synopsis doesn't talk about any specific Christmas activities (beyond a Winter Wonderland-themed party), we hope that it will include some presents being exchanged in addition to, you know, trying to stop Klaus from ruining everything ever. Since Elena, Stefan and Damon will likely be busy dealing with the Original vampire, we put together a list of gift suggestions to help their holiday planning be all merry and bright. After all, it is November, which means Christmas lights are about to go up and radio stations are going to start playing carols, if they haven't already.
Continue on after the jump to see what we think our favorite TV vampires should get one another this holiday season!
If you tuned into last night's MTV First: "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" featuring stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, you not only got a sneak peek at their hotly anticipated November 16 release, but also a first look at (listen to?) the clandestine screenplay for follow-up "Breaking Dawn - Part 3." Never mind that it was actually penned by MTV News' Josh Horowitz and clearly not sanctioned by series author Stephenie Meyer.
And despite its unauthorized status, the trio was willing to do a cold read-through of the script—a read-through that, if we're being honest, went off the rails quite quickly. In fact, the cast didn't even make it all the way through their sides. But it's okay, because the screenwriter has given us permission to post the scene in its entirety. Check it out after the jump!
"Twilight" stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart cut quite the freakish form on Halloween when they showed up to a fete at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery wearing bizarre transparent masks, which looked like props straight out of a slasher flick. Though Kristen later changed into a more conventional disguise—a pink bobbed wig and sunglasses—we couldn't help but ask the duo what was up with that when we had them in our studio last night for MTV First: "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2."
"Oh yeah, I look awesome," Kristen said when presented with the photo of her and Rob at the party. "That's not fair. That's actually a really weird [photo]."
Poor angles aside, Kristen spilled that her get-up was an homage to one of her favorite movies. "I love 'Closer,'" she said of the 2004 drama starring Julia Roberts, Jude Law and Natalie Portman. "If you've seen that, that's one aspect of [Natalie's] character. She changes a lot in that movie, but that's one part, yeah."
by Jessica Marshall
This year's Hollywood Halloween hijinks are brought to you by "Glee" hottie Chord Overstreet and his hilarious spoof of the pensive Brad Pitt Chanel No. 5 commercials.
The bleach-blond crooner suited up as the megastar at Saturday's Just Jared Halloween party in L.A., covering his luscious locks with something a little more strawberry. His ensemble was furthered by the former Sexiest Man Alive's characteristic facial hair, yellow-tinted aviator shades and classic Pitt pout.
We here at Hollywood Crush thought it was just a great Halloween costume, until he opened his mouth during the brief video spoof (enabled by his "Glee" co-star and chum Harry Shum Jr.) and posted to E! Online. His surprisingly good rendition of Brad's throaty voice may have fooled us for a minute! Watch it after the jump!
Emma Watson is ready to go back to school. After taking a break from the world of academia, the actress will once again enroll in classes at Brown University.
According to her rep (via Gossip Cop), "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" starlet will return to campus just in time for the winter 2013 session to kick off. She left the institution in 2011, spending some time studying at Oxford, but will now continue her studies back at Brown.
Today's Tweet Dreams is dedicated to one thing and one thing only: Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. Or, more specifically, Anna Kendrick's and our mutual love of the chocolate treat.
And, yeah...that's all we've got. Check back in tomorrow when it really will be Friday and we'll be eating all the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups like it's our birthday and Christmas.
Ethan Hawke may be scaring audiences senseless in the scream-inducing "Sinister" (out now), but the Ethan Hawke we like best is the brooding, bed-headed love interest of films like "Reality Bites" and "Before Sunrise." Which may be why, when the actor stopped by MTV News recently, we (and by "we," we mean "Josh Horowitz") couldn't help but recreate a bit of that silver-screen magic with "Before After Hours."
We don't want to give away too much of the plot of this sure-fire hit, but it may or may not make mention of a robot butler.
In case you missed it, "The Vampire Diaries" returned to The CW last night for its fourth season (and if you missed it, perhaps this isn't the blog for you...). In celebration of the premiere, our friends over at NextMovie took a look at the small-screen stars' big-screen roles.
Most recent, is Nina Dobrev's turn in the coming-of-age film "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," in which she plays Charlie's sister Candace, but that's just the beginning. As you can see in the image above, Ian Somerhalder has graced the silver screen in his skivvies. Just chew on that for a minute.
Visit NextMovie to peruse their entire gallery of "The Vampire Diaries" stars in movies!