Are you in the mood to spend the next several minutes jumping up and down in front of your computer screen, yelling, "What the #$@& is WRONG with you?!" at smug, sassy little Lily Collins?
WELL. In that case, we have the world's most infuriating/awesome exclusive clip from "Stuck in Love" to share with you, in which Lily alienates a potential suitor with her snarky observations about the meaninglessness of human existence, and then, for reasons beyond all possible comprehension, rebuffs the let's-be-friends advances of the adorable (and remarkably assertive!) Logan Lerman.
by Lauren Mandel
The Jonas Brothers are back with new music, so naturally, Joe Jonas is debuting a new haircut, too!
"I've always had long hair, and it's kind of nice to do it for the summer. It's always so hot and extreme," Joe explained to MTV News before kicking off the O Music Awards (where he took home the award for Best Instagram Artist).
And we can't disagree with that since, as they frequently do, the boys are celebrating summer with a music tour across the country, giving fans a taste of their upcoming album.
by Rachel Samples
We all know Nat Wolff as one-half of Nickelodeon's "Naked Brothers Band," but in his upcoming film, "Stuck in Love," the actor is setting aside his guitar and putting up his dukes.
In the dramedy, which chronicles one family's struggle with romantic relationships, Nat faces off with (and punches out) Patrick Schwarzenegger, all in the name of his sister Lily Collins' honor.
"I was so excited when I read the script that I get to do that," Nat recently enthused to MTV News.
Yet, the 18-year-old did have reservations about socking Patrick's pretty mug—seeing as the model/actor is such a nice dude in real life, despite playing a douche-bag on screen.
If you've ever dreamed of a wild mash-up story that's like "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" meets "Ender's Game" meets "Dollhouse" meets that James Buddy Rogers blues song about being besties with a guitar...then you have some really bizarre and peculiarly specific desires, my friend. And yet, if that is what you've always wanted, then today's the best day of your life! Because Amy Rose Capetta's "Entangled," a new YA novel that puts a rock musician heroine front and center in a rad sci-fi story that's unlike anything you've ever seen, is on its way to bookstore shelves. And just 'cause we know what you like, we've got the EXCLUSIVE debut of the official trailer available right now.
In a far-away galaxy, a thousand years in the future, a teenage girl named Cade survives alone in a hostile world with only her guitar for company. But unbeknownst to her, she was born with a curious destiny: having been "born" to genetic engineers in high-tech lab, Cade is subatomically connected to a boy named Xan, and she needs to cross the universe to find him. So basically, it's a sci-fi rock'n'roll buddy adventure...in space? Yeah, this one's going on our must-read list faster than you can say "paranoid android."
It seems that you're not the only one who is a Channing Tatum fan girl. On Tuesday night, the beefy actor dropped the video for "I Want To Channing All Over Your Tatum" during "Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night." And, in addition to appearances from the dreamboat and Kimmel, an array of A-listers including Jamie Foxx, Miley Cyrus, Tatum's "Magic Mike" co-star Olivia Munn and Gabourey Sidibe also drop by the funny clip.
Foxx and Tatum (co-stars in "White House Down" out on June 28) get their suave on in the video, where they rap/sing about Channing on your Tatum, whatever that means. Though we have a pretty good idea it might be something NSFW. One of the key clues include, "She likes to sing into my mic/ Because my mic is magic." Boom! Did it!
If you're looking to feel some feelings this summer with a perfect indie romance—you know, the kind of film that'll tug-tug-tug at your heartstrings for an hour before ripping the whole dang organ out of your chest and stomping it into jelly—then look no further than "The Spectacular Now". MTV has the exclusive trailer debut for this lusty young love story, starring Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley, and wow, it looks so wrenching and real and amazing that we can't even stand it.
The movie centers on Sutter, one of those teenaged goldenboys who drives a hot car, dates a hot girl, and loves to spew breezy platitudes about the joys of "living in the now" (probably because The Now is a delightful affirmation for Sutter that he is, in fact, the most awesome dude in the world—whereas for most high school students, The Now is the hard, humiliating, acne-ridden slog you endure in order to get to The Future, where things will undoubtedly be better, or at least less pimply.) But when Sutter wakes up on a stranger's lawn after a binge-drinking bender, he finds himself in a conversation—and then an unlikely friendship—with Aimee, a girl he's gone to school with forever but always overlooked. And romance ensues, because of course it does, but will it last? Or will their relationship crash and burn, leaving us all devastated and crying into our cat about how cruel it is to be young and in love? We'll have to wait and see... but we should probably all waterproof our cats now, just in case.
String theory physics, cute hipster fashion, 1980s hit music and shaman pandas to guide you through it all: This is the marvelous world of "The Theory of Everything," a.k.a. a world we would like to drop everything and start living in right this minute. But we'll settle for adding the book to the very tippy-top of our reading list and watching the EXCLUSIVE debut of its cute, cute trailer. And so can you! We've got it! Right here! With the pandas!
"The Theory of Everything" is a new novel from eclectic literary superstar Kari Luna (whose talents also include world traveling and the professional-grade consumption of apricots). In it, a teenage girl named Sophie Sophia finds herself falling down an intellectual rabbit-hole—except that instead of rabbits, the rabbit-hole is full of pandas—as she tries to retrace the steps of her father, a brilliant physics professor who had a habit of seeing unusual things before he disappeared. Curious? Us, too! But the book doesn't hit shelves until July 11, so for now, let's all peek at the interest-piquing book trailer and place bets on the probability of finding the perfect panda suit to wear for the big debut. (Trailer music provided by Marmoset; Forgetting Goodbye by Medium Size Kids.)
Right on schedule to spike your excitement for the August release of "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," a new, international trailer for the hotly-anticipated movie is here (via MSN)—so that the whole entire world can watch it and go squeeeeeeeee together! Are you ready to squee? You didn't leave your squee at home today, did you? No? GOOD.
Admittedly, there's nothing in this latest peek at the film that hasn't been teased before, but that's okay; it's not like we could ever get tired of seeing what's in store for this much-buzzed-about adaptation of Cassandra Clare's awesome urban fantasy series about a league of Shadowhunters, the angel-human hybrids responsible for cleansing the world of demons...or of seeing Jamie Campbell Bower as the rune-tattooed, blade-wielding, heart-melting slayer Jace Wayland. Yum. Squeee.
FROM MTV NEWS: Hit-Girl is hitting it again in "Kick-Ass 2," the upcoming sequel to the 2010 super-hero movie, and MTV News was lucky enough to get an EXCLUSIVE invitation to the set! We witnessed all manner of ass-kickery, to be sure, but as star Chloe Grace Moretz told us, this second installment (out August 16) has plenty of pathos too.
"You see this new evolution of Mindy Macready and Dave Lizewski, and you see this amazing relationship that they get together with," the actress teased. "It's a beautiful story. There's even more heart to it than there was in the last one."
Head over to MTV News for the full story from the 'Kick-Ass 2' set!
If the ad campaign for the sixth season of HBO's "True Blood" has taught us anything, it's that no one lives forever—not even hot immortal bloodsuckers. Now, how that tagline will play out in the upcoming episodes—in which vampires and humans are more at odds than they've been since the undead's coming out—remains to be seen. But we do know a few things about the season debut, thanks in part to the cast, whom we spoke with earlier this week at their series' premiere party.
For one thing, according to star Stephen Moyer, the episode picks up right where season five left off—with Bill transforming into the menacing, blood-bathed "Billith."
"I like that kind of story telling where it unfolds for the audience at the same time as it unfolds for the character," Stephen said of his mysterious metamorphosis. "Sometimes it's great because they'll be a step ahead. They'll be further ahead than he is, and he has to find that out for himself. In terms of him knowing what he is, he doesn't."