If you tuned into yesterday's Comic-Con live stream straight from San Diego, you know we already broke the YA seal with the dreamy dystopian cast of the upcoming "Divergent." AND WE'RE JUST GETTING STARTED. Don your best black because today's line-up includes none other than those demon-destroying Shadowhunters from the big-screen adaptation of Cassandra Clare's "Mortal Instruments" series!
Also on the docket? Oh, just the casts of "Kick-Ass 2" and the "Godzilla" remake. Yep, it's a big day, so be sure to get clicking on our live stream—hosted by Josh Horowitz and Steven Smith—at 2 p.m. ET!
All aboard! The "Divergent" train is bound for San Diego Comic-Con today—making a stop along the way at the MTV Depot for a can't-miss live stream hosted by MTV News' Josh Horowitz and Steven Smith.
That's right: We'll be chatting up the cast of the highly anticipated adaptation, including Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ansel Elgort, Ben Lamb, Maggie Q, Mekhi Phifer, Miles Teller, Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Christian Madsen, Amy Newbold, director Neil Burger and author Veronica Roth.
And that's not all! Your favorite residents of Beacon Hills will stop by to talk all things "Teen Wolf," plus the cast of "Ender's Game" will beam in too!
It all starts right here at 2 p.m. ET today and continues all weekend long! What are you waiting for? Get clicking!
Listen up, Initiates! The "Divergent" train is leaving the station, and we hope you'll hop aboard with us for the ride. MTV News' intrepid movie guy Josh Horowitz visited the dystopian drama's Chicago set recently, where he chatted up stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James and author Veronica Roth. And here, today, we have your first look at that interview!
The highlights? Well, Shailene can't seem to say enough nice things about her co-star Theo, which bodes well for the budding romance their characters share in the Veronica Roth adaptation.
"I really love Theo," Shailene enthused, right before Theo crashed the interview. "He has a lot to offer as far as a person. He's just a good human being. He's very pure."
If you've been waiting with baited breath for each new installment of Cassandra Clare's e-novella series "The Bane Chronicles," you've likely already gotten your hands on a copy of her latest with co-author Sarah Rees Brennan, "Vampires, Scones, and Edmund Herondale," which follows the warlock as he begins to broker peace talks between the Shadowhunters and Downworlders. But what you may not be aware of is that, in keeping with the previous audiobook releases, this latest installment has conjured one magical narrator: actor Andrew Scott.
If you watch the BBC series "Sherlock," then you likely know Andrew as the mysterious Moriarty, foe to the titular detective and his sidekick Watson. Here, however, he's playing tens of characters, one after another, yet still exuding plenty of aplomb. During a break from one of his sessions, the actor sat down with Cassandra and Sarah to dish about the recording process, in addition to turning the line of questioning on the two authoresses, inquiring about their co-writing process.
FROM SPLASH PAGE: In this exclusive featurette that premiered over on MTV Splash Page earlier today, you get a super special look at one of the more surprising stars of "R.I.P.D."
For the most part, "R.I.P.D." is about two dudes, Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges, that hunt the spirits that haunt to world and refuse to move on, but to walk around among the humans, the two supernatural cops need special avatars so they go unnoticed. That's where supermodel Marissa Miller comes in.
Demi Lovato is celebrating summer lovin' in the teaser for her "Made In The USA" video, slated for release on July 17.
The visual shows a couple watching a sunset, a young woman riding in a car with the wind blowing through her hair, and the final shot of the teaser is of a smiling Demi. Before the clip premieres, we here at Hollywood Crush decided to round up what we know about the video...so far.
After nearly six seasons of HBO's addictive "True Blood," we thought we'd met nearly every kind of supe imaginable. How silly of us. Because during Sunday's delicious episode, "At Last," we were introduced to a hybrid we never thought possible: the faerie-vampire. And, surprisingly, that wasn't even the biggest reveal of the episode. Nope. As it turns out, the faerie-vampire in question—seemingly mild-mannered drifter Ben Flynn—is actually the big bad Warlow! AAAAGGGHHHHHHHH.
The revelation was a stunner, to be sure, one that actor Rob Kazinsky was happy to finally be open about.
"It's great to be playing him," the actor told us during the red-carpet premiere for "Pacific Rim," the Guillermo del Toro film in which he stars. "Obviously, I've known for a very long time, and I've been waiting for this moment. In all the interviews I've done, I've had to talk about Ben, and Ben is boring. Being able to play Warlow and actually have people talk about that and have people know that I'm this 6,000-year-old super-psychotic vampire; that's super-exciting."
If you can tear your ogling eyes away from the dark and dreamy new "Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" one-sheet, debuted EXCLUSIVELY on Hollywood Crush yesterday, we have something else you might want to see: a brand-new featurette from the Cassandra Clare adaptation, out August 21.
Apple has this tasty bit of fruit from the Nephilim tree: a mix of film footage and behind-the scenes interviews with the cast, including Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
Predictably, Jamie had arguably the funniest bit of insight to offer regarding his snarky Shadowhunter Jace Wayland's relationship with protagonist Clary Fray:
If you somehow missed the excitement of "The Host" when it was in theaters, there's some behind-the-scenes stuff in this EXCLUSIVE featurette that'll have you running out the door, like a rabid madman, to snag it on DVD/Blu-ray today. Intrigued? Then get clicking, my friend, because only here can you see author Stephenie Meyer gushing over the amazing talents of Saoirse Ronan in bringing her characters to life—and only here can you find out whether Saoirse chickened out when it came time to do the scary stunt work in the action-packed film. (Hint: Not bloody likely. She's a boss.)
"The Host" tells the story of Melanie, one of the last uninfected survivors of an alien plague that infests the bodies of human hosts with the consciousness of invading "souls"; after being captured and claimed by the world's extraterrestrial overlords, a struggle for control between her human self and her alien overtaker finds her fleeing into the desert in search of other survivors, and the boy she once loved. It's a super-exciting love story with lots of apocalyptic thrills, and this glimpse into the making of the movie should be all the impetus you need to watch it immediately.
FROM MOVIES BLOG: Spring break forever! With tomorrow's DVD/Blu-ray release of Harmony Korine's candy-colored fever dream, you can truly celebrate Spring break...forever. And in celebration of the film, starring Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, Rachel Korine and James Franco, our friends over at Movies Blog have an EXCLUSIVE reel of outtakes to feast your eyes on!
Please note, however, that these clips are VERY NSFW, so proceed with caution! Spring break forever!
Check out the "Spring Breakers" clips at MTV Movies Blog!