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Run, Brad Pitt, run! Run from the zombies!
Just in case the 116 minutes of "World War Z" shown in theaters wasn't quite enough apocalyptic zombie action for you and you've been yearning for more hot zombie action, you're in luck! Come September 17, the zombie actioner will be available on DVD and Blu-ray so you can satisfy your Pitt fix at home. But wait, there's more! Literally more. The home release of "World War Z" will feature an unrated cut of the flick, clocking in at 123 minutes of undead terror. Get More »
Hey, if we were in that armored truck, we'd start thinking about what we could do with all that money, too. Baby or no baby.
You can't make a movie about armored vehicle cops without having those cops get tempted by all that money they drive around, and "Empire State" is no exception. In this exclusive deleted scene from the film, Chris Potamatis (Liam Hemsworth) starts thinking that his new life as a young dad might be a lot easier if he pocketed some of this cash literally spread out at his feet, his larcenous thoughts seemingly narrated by his devil-on-his-shoulder colleague driving the truck.
Don't do it, Liam. Such schemes never work out in these kinds of movies.
"Empire State" co-stars Dwayne Johnson and Emma Roberts and revolves around two childhood friends who plan to rob an armored car depository and the NYPD officer who stands in their way. The film comes out on Blu-ray and DVD on Sept. 3.
Explosions! Helicopters! A smoldering Channing Tatum! No, this isn't the rescue dream you had last night. It's even better—because it's real: "G.I. Joe: Retaliation." The home release of the flick hits DVD stands this Tuesday, July 30. Get More »
"It takes a b**** to make a b****."
The world still has a few more months to go before "Ender's Game" hits theaters on Nov. 1, but mega-fans can curb their Formic-sized appetites right now with some new Comic-Con-based promo treats, which are currently causing some hooplah on the web. Get More »
The "Child's Play" franchise, which began with 1988's genuinely terrifying "Child's Play" and continued through the spoofier, more self-referential scares of 2004's "Seed of Chucky," is about to get a new entry this fall when "Curse of Chucky" premieres... directly on home video.
And what's more, "Curse of Chucky" has a brand new trailer which promises three things: murder, a creepy possessed doll scampering around like the world's most malevolent raccoon, and wise-cracks from series mainstay Brad Dourif, who will once again be voicing said doll. Get More »
Superman fans received a special treat last night when "MTV First: Man of Steel" premiered on MTV.com, where director Zack Snyder and stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams and Michael Shannon dished on the latest Clark Kent film, which hits theaters nationwide June 14.
It was an evening filled with sexiness (Adams' super-slit dress—hello!), laughs and 'Daily Planet'-sized confessions. Some of the highlights included Cavill wishing no ill will towards Robert Pattinson and Daniel Craig for landing their respective parts, Edward Cullen ("Twilight") and James Bond ("Casino Royale" and "Skyfall"), both roles Cavill almost snagged. Get More »
In "21 & Over," which hits DVD June 18, Jeff Chang turns the big 2-1 and decides to celebrate by getting wasted with his friends. Super wasted. Everywhere. While it's a concept as old as...well, good wine, "21 & Over" digs a little deeper into the art of getting bombed. In fact, they've gotten it down to a science. Get More »
If you happen to have any burning questions for Adam Sandler regarding the upcoming comedy blockbuster "Grown Ups 2" or other things, maybe — we can think of a couple ourselves we'd love to have answered, like "When will we be getting that 'Happy Gilmore' sequel you never promised, dudesy?" — then this Wednesday is your lucky day as the loudest, most lovable guy in funnytown will be appearing live on "MTV First" to unveil a brand spankin' new exclusive clip and interact with his loyal fans.
Yes, beginning at 7:56 p.m. Wednesday night, Sandler will be joining MTV's own John Horowitz to unleash the new clip from "Grown Ups 2." Then at 8 p.m., the duo will hop over to the internet side of things for a half-hour-long live Q&A on MTV.com where you provide the Q's and Sandler provides all the A's.
So check out this quick tease and start jotting down your questions now. 'Cause it's not every day you get to sit down and chat with Adam Sandler ... it's just this Wednesday.