FROM MTV MOVIES BLOG You'd think with all those brains they're constantly munching, zombies would be a little, well, smarter. I mean, why can't they speak? Are their palates and tongues too far decomposed? And why do I care so much? This is all really just to say that we have an EXCLUSIVE featurette from the forthcoming "Warm Bodies" DVD/Blu-ray (out June 4), in which stars Nicholas Hoult and Rob Corddry do a lot of not talking.
Click play on the clip above to watch all the grunting and groaning for yourself, plus hear commentary from Nicholas (yes, he does speak in real life!).
It's that time, Lovatics! We're going live with Demi Lovato straight from MTV Headquarters. The songstress and "X Factor" judge is here to talk all about her new album Demi, in addition to answering fan questions!
Be sure to tweet your inquiries to @MTVBuzzworthy using the hash tag #AskDemi, and click the video above at 3 p.m. ET (SHARP!) to catch the entire 30-minute interview.
Law school dropout. Drink-slinger. Zombie novelist. True American. Nick Miller is a lot of things, but "suave" certainly isn't one of them. Thankfully, that doesn't seem to matter much to love interest Jessica Day, who finally had a sleepover with her bumbling—albeit well-meaning—roommate.
Nevertheless, when the man behind the "New Girl"—actor Jake Johnson—stopped by the MTV Newsroom recently to chat about the season finale (airing tonight on Fox), and we just had to ask him to play a game of "What Would Nick Miller Do?" to find out just how awkward things could get.
From facing the Zombie Apocalypse to being Catfished, we put Nick Miller in some supremely strange situations (so, like, just another Tuesday, amirite?). Perhaps unsurprisingly, both of the aforementioned scenarios prompted answers involving Schmidt.
Click play on the video above to find out what Nick Miller would do!
You know how sometimes two people in a romantic comedy will experience the most ridiculous, perfect, crazy convoluted meet-cute scenario—and you find yourself yelling and hurling heavy objects at the screen, because come on, nobody is that adorably bumbling-yet-witty in real life? Well, at long last, there's a movie out there that makes plausible every single one of those unlikely scenarios through the wonders of science fiction. Seriously, it explains everything! As does this fantabulous trailer for the upcoming movie "About Time," starring Domhnall Gleason and Rachel McAdams.
The premise is as follows: Domhnall (the cutie-pie ginger previously seen in "Never Let Me Go" and as an elder Weasley in the "Harry Potter" films) plays Tim, a guy with one whopper of a genetic legacy, which is that every dude in his family is gifted with time-traveling capabilities. As explained by his father, played by Bill Nighy, there are limits to said time-traveling; Bill-and-Ted-esque ability to drop in on the entirety of human history, not included. And Tim's use for this newfound skill? Going back to every botched romantic opportunity in his life, and basically doing them over in the style of Ryan Gosling. Which, you must admit, is smart...and would also explain a lot about Ryan Gosling, actually, now that we think about it. (Right?! OMG YOU GUYS. RYAN GOSLING IS FROM THE FUTURE.)
Selena Gomez is aiming for nothing short of pop-culture domination. The starlet stopped by MTV recently to debut the flaming hot music video for her new single, "Come & Get It"—but just because the 20-year-old is focusing on her music doesn't mean she's left the movies behind.
March's sexy "Spring Breakers" was a turning point for Selena, whose projects up to that point had largely perpetuated her Disney darling persona. So what are her film criteria going forward?
"It just depends... I really just wanted to push myself," she said. "Vanessa Hudgens, who was in the movie, told me if you're not pushing yourself, you're not growing. It's true. I wanted to make sure I played a role I was comfortable playing, and I wanted it to really push me."
After seeing the debut of her new video for "Come & Get It" in last night's MTV First exclusive premiere, there's no question that Selena Gomez is going to some exciting places in the next year or so—and also, because she has a very particular birthday coming up, she'll be able to enjoy an adult beverage when she gets there! Yep, it's just a couple short months before Selena celebrates her 21st birthday on July 22 (and we all shed little nostalgic tears about how grown up our favorite wizard of Waverly Place has become, and how old and decrepit we therefore must be).
Selena, meanwhile, says that she's psyched—"I'm gonna have a huge party, so I'm excited," she gushed, but then added, "I think my friends are more excited than I am, to be honest. Because they're older than me, so they're like, 'We can finally take you places!'"
Jay Gatsby is pretty dishy as far as literary icons go. So it's no wonder "Great Gatsby" director Baz Luhrmann enlisted Leonardo DiCaprio to play him in the splashy big-screen adaptation. And we also have to give Baz props for casting Callan McAuliffe as a young Jay in the film. In honor of his role, we are naming Callan this week’s Hump Day Hottie.
Check out Callan talking about his part, and keep reading for more details about him!
Vital stats: The 18-year-old grew up in a suburb outside of Sydney with his family. And while in school, he focused a lot on sports and acting. Now, he’s focused on thanking us here at Hollywood Crush for bestowing HDH status upon him.
"I’m so grateful. I’d like to thank who needs thanking. I don’t know who they are. Nonetheless, I’m very deeply honored, and I think this is probably the highlight of my career,” he told us at the movie’s premiere. "And it’s all going to be downhill from this point. So thanks for that."
Somehow, Callan, we doubt that.
It's that time—time to "Come & Get It"!
Selena Gomez is not only debuting a first look at the sexy music video for her latest single, but she'll also chat up our own Christina Garibaldi during a 30-minute interview all about the clip and her latest musical endeavors.
Are you ready for this? It all goes down at 7:53 p.m. ET, so be sure to get clicking so you too can "Come & Get It"!
Anyone who's ever been the new kid on the block knows just how awkward it is to find yourself thrown together with two close friends who've been besties since forever—and that's even when said friends aren't two Hollywood A-listers who've been joined at the proverbial hip practically since before you were born. So when we caught up with Carey Mulligan on the red carpet at the premiere of "The Great Gatsby", we had to ask: Was there any middle-school-style weirdness when it came to starring alongside Tobey Maguire and Leonardo DiCaprio, who've been BFFs for 25 years?
In a word: nope!
"We all started hanging out," Carey said of her early days on the set, before going on to say that she had nothing but compliments for her co-stars: "Leo was incredible from the beginning, they both were. They were so generous."
If you like hot music, pop princesses and fresh new things that nobody has ever seen before, then here's an important final reminder about something else you'll like: a fabulous, one-of-a-kind date tonight with the lovely Selena Gomez! Today's the day when the star is serving up the EXCLUSIVE world premiere of her video for "Come & Get It"—followed by a 30-minute interview in which she'll answer as many questions as we (and her fans) can throw at her.
The MTV First fun starts just shy of eight o'clock tonight on your television (7:53 p.m., to be exact), with the interview happening online immediately afterward—so ready your remote, mark your browser and set all kinds of alarms so that you don't miss your chance to see Selena's first musical foray into some seriously steamy territory. Remember: Per this titillating 10-second teaser, we already know there's red lipstick and actual fire involved.