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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.
Guillermo del Toro's robots vs. monsters megablockbuster "Pacific Rim" isn't set to hit theaters until July 12, but if you want to know what it would be like to actually pilot one of the film's giant robots, then today is your lucky day, as del Toro has released a new production video that puts you in the driver's seat.
Or should we say, in the driver's massive metal harness. Get More »
Those of you who caught it at Sundance earlier this year know it as "Toy's House," but now the newly-titled "The Kings of Summer" is ready to break free from the snowy boundaries of Park City to begin its reign as the indie film choice of the Summer 2013 movie season.
This unique and heartfelt coming-of-age comedy chronicles the rugged adventures of three teenage friends — Joe (Nick Robinson), Patrick (Gabriel Basso) and Biaggio (Moises Arias) — who run away from home to spend the summer building a house in the woods and living off the land. The three young leads are certainly poised for superstardom, though the occasional scene is stolen by the grown-ups that make up the supporting cast, including "Parks and Recreation" co-stars, American treasures and real-life couple Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally.
Check out the exclusive TV spot for the film above, and bow down to "The Kings of Summer" when it hits theaters on May 31. And don't forget the pasta and canned goods.
"Argo" may have been the most acclaimed film of 2012, but there's at least one person who wasn't all that excited about it: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
[From MTV News] If you thought the summer movie season already got off to a fast start, you haven't seen anything yet.
In advance of the upcoming release of the sequel "Fast & Furious 6," MTV will premiere an exclusive clip from the film, followed by a 30-minute conversation between Josh Horowitz and stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez. Not only will Horowitz dish up countless secrets from the film, but he'll be relaying fans' Twitter questions.
It all goes down tonight on MTV at 7:56 p.m. ET during MTV First: "Fast & Furious 6." Immediately following the premiere of the clip, fans can go to MTV.com to watch Horowitz chat with the cast. Submit your question on Twitter to @MTVNews by using the hashtag #MTVFirst #AskFast6.
Are you ready to get fast and furious again? Tune in tonight to kick your movie-going motor into high gear!
After the overwhelming critical and box office success of "Lincoln" last year, fans around the world have been wondering just what director Steven Spielberg and star Daniel Day-Lewis could possibly do to top themselves. After all, Day-Lewis won the Best Actor oscar for his role as our 16th president. So where does he go from here?
Well, how about playing our current president, Barack Obama?
Yes, that's the brilliant idea behind this new viral clip, which comes not from the usual sources like Funny Or Die or "Saturday Night Live" but instead from an unexpected comedy machine: The White House.
Saying anything more would be too spoilery, so we'll just let this clip from last night's White House Correspondents' Dinner speak for itself. Because when you have a concept like Steven Spielberg's "Obama," well, what else do you need?
MTV has long been a pioneer in introducing the world to new types of music, but thanks to an exclusive new clip from "Iron Man 3" unveiled at the MTV Movie Awards earlier this evening, it looks like an old favorite is about to top the charts: Heavy metal.
That's the only way to describe the intense new footage, which features Robert Downey Jr.'s billionaire playboy genius philanthropist facing off against the toughest foe he's ever faced, namely Sir Ben Kingsley's Mandarin. And frankly... it doesn't look so good for everyone favorite Avenger.
Of course, you'll have to wait until "Iron Man 3" hits theaters on May 3 to find out what ends up happening. But if you want a taste of the dark times to come, check out this new clip, courtesy of MTV. So check it out.
And get ready for some serious headbanging.
[From MTV News] Mark Wahlberg is willing to deal with Anthony Mackie's impotence but not Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's incompetence. In a new clip from "Pain & Gain," the muscle-bound trio botch a kidnapping after failing to acquire their intended victim.
Watch the clip above, which is from the second day of Sneak Peek Week, MTV's series of exclusive clips, screenings and interviews with stars from some of Hollywood's hottest new films, all leading up to Sunday's MTV Movie Awards. "Pain & Gain" muscles its way into theaters on April 26.