When last we checked in with MTV Movie Awards star Rebel Wilson and the always-dreamy Channing Tatum, they were belted into a getaway car, fleeing an unknown foe. And when the Aussie actress just couldn't get her shot, the "Magic Mike" star gamely let her straddle him (and without leaving a tip!).
Well, if the latest promo has taught us anything, it's that this year's ceremony is all about equal-opportunity groping.
Now it's Rebel in the driver's seat, as Channing takes charge of the weaponry...supposedly nestled in the actress' bra. And if the idea of an over-the-shoulder-hand-gun-holder leaves you blushing, you won't want to know where she's hidden the grenades...
Oscar-nominated actress Saoirse Ronan is tackling a new cinematic challenge in the upcoming Stephenie Meyer adaptation "The Host"—namely, playing two characters inhabiting one body.
The film takes place in an alt-future where the vast majority of our race has been implanted with alien beings known as Souls. Melanie (played by Saoirse) is one of the last remaining humans...until she's not. Invaded by Wanda, Melanie doesn't give up the fight for her body, though, and she and the Soul enter into an uneasy alliance, which includes searching for Melanie's family and love Jared (played by Max Irons).
For Saoirse, playing the dual role of Melanie/Wanda was an opportunity she relished.
It's been nearly five years since we first stumbled into the haunted realm of Perdido Beach, California, where everyone over the age of 13 has mysteriously vanished, leaving the town's children behind to search for answers, reinvent society and develop mysterious supernatural abilities with no rhyme or reason behind them. And after six books' worth of battles, adventures and ever-deepening intrigue, Michael Grant's epic "Gone" series is about to conclude...and we've got the EXCLUSIVE book trailer to tease the stunning finale!
What's in store when "Light" hits shelves in April? We can't say for sure —the reports coming out of the Fallout Alley Youth Zone are all unconfirmed, after all—but look, let's be real, that kid definitely has a big orange tentacle where his arm is supposed to be.
After nearly two years, a billion YouTube views and countless parodies, 2013 really seemed like it might be the year in which "Gangnam Style" would slink away at last to the graveyard of pop-cultural juggernauts, where it would rest on its laurels until the end of time. But no! Not yet! Because hello, we still hadn't seen the Volturi busting out their most excellent K-Pop jig moves in a "Breaking Dawn"/Gangnam Style mash-up!
Thankfully, the talented Hindi sisters of the world-famous "The Hillywood Show" have been working hard to bring us just that thing, with a new video that recasts the final chapter of the Twilight Saga as an epic techno-beat dance-a-thon.
Spring break forevaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh!
The leading ladies of Harmony Korine's voyeuristic vacation romp "Spring Breakers"—including Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine—stopped by recently to talk all about their buzzy flick as part of Rated MTV: Movie Awards Edition, a six-week celebration of cinema leading up to this year's Movie Awards airing live, Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. ET.
The trio talked at length about working with the totally transformed James Franco, singing Britney Spears and so much more. Be sure to check it all out by clicking play on the video above!
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.
From the few glimpses we've gotten of "Spring Breakers" in the days leading up to its March 22 wide release, you might have concluded that all four of its leading ladies came to the film as consummate partiers—girls for whom no level of intoxication, shenanigans or public nakedness could ever be too much! But according to Selena Gomez, Rachel Korine, and Ashley Benson, this was actually the wildest party they've ever attended...and they're not really sure how they feel about it, either.
"Well, yeah, that's the craziest thing I've ever experienced," said Selena, who explained that neither she nor any of her co-stars had ever actually done the spring break thing. And for Ashley, mingling with real, actual college students on spring break was so mind-blowing that she kinda can't even articulate it.
In the wide world of book-to-movie adaptations, nothing gives us literary snobs the warm fuzzies quite like a star who really gets it—"it", of course, being the heart and soul of the story behind the film. And nobody fits that particular bill quite like Lily Collins, who's starring in the upcoming "Mortal Instruments: City of Bones." Just watch her enthusing about the source material in this interview from the set!
"I love the stories," Lily gushed. "I love Clary because she's this heroine who's this normal girl, who finds out she has these powers."
And when it comes to seeing the world of "City of Bones" on-screen, Lily said that you can count on much, much more than just a pretty shell of a setting full of stunning special effects: "The emotion is there. It's not just a CGI world. It's not just a translation of a book. It's more emotionally, character-based than just aesthetically beautiful."
AHEM. Yo, "From Justin to Kelly"? I'm really happy for you, and I'mma let you finish, but "Spring Breakers" is the best spring break movie of all time.
OF ALL TIME!
So say we all, in the final 48 hours before Harmony Korine's candy-colored teenage dreamgirls come charging into theaters nationwide with bikinis on and handguns at the ready. And when we sat down with the cast to chat about their soon-to-be-released new project, MTV News' Josh Horowitz wanted to know: How did the four fine leading ladies of "Spring Breakers" prepare to capture the ultimate spring break experience on film?
According to Selena Gomez, the director had them doing their homework right up until the day of shooting.
On April 16, "Awkward" will be back—and junior year is going to prove to be just as uncomfortable as ever for Jenna Hamilton and her pals.
Season three of the hit MTV series finds Matty and Jenna together, but of course Jake is always there. And, that relationship proves to have its lingering effects, especially during a game of charades.
And when Jenna’s not in the middle of that Matty-Jake love triangle, there’s a new guy. Welcome Nolan Gerard Funk’s Colin to the mix. And he’s the kind of guy who makes the sorts of Jane Austen references that leave girls a little bit weak in the knees.