The countdown is on for "Vampire Academy"'s theatrical debut on February 14, 2014. And while the buzz for the flick, adapted from Richelle Mead’s bestselling books, continues to grow, two of its stars, Zoey Deutch and Sarah Hyland, just hope fans are pleased by their big-screen take.
“I just hope that people enjoy it—fans that have already read the series, as well as newcomers—I hope they enjoy this story,” Zoey told MTV News at the VMAs over the weekend.
Things got kind of dark during the second season of "Girls," but star Allison Williams promises that’s all going to change next season.
"I think it’s a very funny season. I think it’s pretty lighthearted, but also it’s just the third year in a row you get to see these girls, so I think people have gotten to know us pretty well by now and so you get to see different dimensions of all of us,” she explained to MTV News on the red carpet at the VMAs, where she looked quite fierce in her white dress.
Among the shakeups next season: Allison’s Marnie will have to say goodbye for good to her on-screen love, Charlie, now that Christopher Abbott is no longer on the show. And she promises that that break-up will lead to some good TV.
There was a lot to love in our official first look at "Divergent", the movie adaptation of Veronica Roth's bestselling book about a society on the brink of collapse, which debuted some brand-new and exclusive footage at Sunday's VMAs. Knife throwing! Skyscraper jumping! Ferris wheel climbing! A passionate smooch between Tris and Four that lasted only a fraction of a second but made us dissolve into a quivering mass of jelly nonetheless! But now that we've all gotten this peek at the hotly anticipated film, we want more. MORE, we tell you! And not to be all demanding and unreasonable, but there's no time like the present to start letting the whole world know which scenes from the novel we want a glimpse of the next time around.
Our personal wishlist goes a little like this:
Here it is: our final day of VMA All Access leading into this weekend's can't-miss MTV Video Music Awards. And today, it is a doozy.
At 6 p.m. ET, we'll have the guys of "Divergent" (Theo James and Miles Teller) talking all about their dystopian drama. Cool, huh? The live stream begins at 4 p.m. ET, so be sure to click, click, click!
Here we go! Here we go! Day 3 of MTV's VMA All Access is here. And once again, we've got a top-notch line-up for you during this four-hour live stream.
Something you definitely won't want to miss? Our live interview with Robin Thicke in which he'll dish all the details about his new music video for "Give It 2 U." So what are you waiting for? Get clicking!
We're at it again, Crushers! Today's our second day of live streaming from Brooklyn's Barclays Center in anticipation of the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, August 25 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
So what's on the docket for today? An all-new Rapfix Live, a Fifth Harmony fashion show and a special edition of "The Grind." (Yes, you read that right.)
It all starts at 4 p.m. ET, so get clicking!
Few directorial declarations soothe a lit-lover's soul quite like these four little words: "I am a fan." After all, seeing one's favorite book make the leap from page to screen can be anxiety-inducing, and it's always a relief to know the characters you adore are in good hands. So fans of Cassandra Clare's "Mortal Instruments" series should be pleased to hear that helmer Harald Zwart considers himself part of the Shadowhunter army.
"I, myself, am a fan," Harald said when asked how he approached the thorny process of adapting a beloved book series. "When I started getting involved in it, I started spending time on my own with the book and visuals and ideas and other movies."
If you have yet to stroll the Parisian cobblestones with a dreamy Dutchman on your arm, now's your chance! The paperback edition of Gayle Forman's "Just One Day" hits bookstore shelves today, and in celebration, we have an EXCLUSIVE look at the très bien book trailer.
The story centers around American high school student Allyson, who while on a study tour in Europe, spends an unforgettable 24 hours in the City of Light with a very cute vagabond named Willem.
But the duo's journey doesn't end in "Just One Day." Gayle's penned a follow-up, "Just One Year," to be published October 10, and if you just can't wait to hear Willem's side of the story, you're in luck. We've also got an excerpt from the sequel! (How much are you loving us today?)
If you've been keeping up with our slew of set visit videos from "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," you already know that actor Godfrey Gao, who plays the magical Magnus Bane, filmed his very first scene in the film sans pants. But you may not know the hysterical backstory behind the the skivvy scene.
Here, straight from the actor himself, is the rest of the tale of his first day on set (and in the breezy wardrobe):
"I had a rack of blazers to chose from, dress shirts, accessories, and I see a rack of underwear," Godfrey recalled. "It's like boxers, briefs, all sorts of styles and colors. And, you know, the stylist was like, 'Pick one. Whatever you like.' I was like, 'Can I have none of those? Can I have some pants on or something?' And the director, Harald [Zwart] walks in, and he was like, 'Those look pretty much like an outfit, the boxers with a heart shape or flowers on them.' He asked me, 'What kind of underwear are you wearing today?' And I said, 'Just some regular gray briefs, you know—just normal looking.' He said, 'Why don't you take off your pants and see what it looks like with the other outfits on.' I said, 'What? Are you serious?' So I showed him, and he was like, 'Cool. That's the outfit. We're going to use that."
Someone's Instagram has been working overtime on the set of HBO's "Girls."
The cable network aired the first teaser for the series' third season during last night's "True Blood" finale, but if you're hoping for footage of Hannah, Marnie and Shoshanna in action, you're going to be sorely disappointed. The 30-second clip is comprised solely of quick-cut images from set, teasing to the "Girls" production diary.
But that's not to say the promo didn't give us a feel for the upcoming season. For one, there are several shots of the girls in bikinis, meaning we can expect at least one beach-set episode (one in which Hannah doesn't end up there by falling asleep on the train, we hope!). We also see Hannah hugging her on-again, off-again beau Adam, so it looks like these crazy kids will be giving it another go. (We'll see how long that lasts...)