Some people go to therapy. Tim Burton makes a music video.
The "Frankenweenie" director seems to be working out some personal issues with the music video for The Killers' "Here With Me," the new single from the band's latest album, "Battle Born." Some of it's kind of cute. And some of it might make your skin crawl a little.
We agree with Shock Till You Drop that the whole thing has a "Love Object" (remember that movie?) and "Lars and the Real Girl" (we know you remember that one) kind of vibe with its tale of a young weirdo pining after some sort of inanimate object made to look like a woman (in this case, a sort of wax museum statue). But there's a little more going on here than just a twisted yet whimsical love story ... Get More »
"What's it all about?" asks Mick Jagger in the new Rolling Stones single, "Doom and Gloom." Well, when it comes to the song's official music video ... well, we're not quite sure.
But hey, when the video features "Prometheus" star Noomi Rapace as an airline stewardess, zombie killer, fast food gorger and somewhat topless hitchhiker, who needs an explanation for just what in the hell is exactly going on? Just sit back and watch these old dudes try to prove that they've still got it with a little help from an international hottie in this bizarro NSFW indulgence. Get More »
[From Hollywood Crush] What better day than Halloween to treat you to a little vampire ear candy, amiright? Though "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" soundtrack doesn't drop until next month, MTV has your sneak peek at the video for Green Day's melancholy ballad "The Forgotten"!
The five-minute clip is a mix of scenes from the long-awaited franchise finale and of the band at work and play. And while you'll likely recognize many of the cinematic scenes from previously released trailers, there are a few fresh moments here, including Edward trying to catch up with speeding Bella in the forest and Renesmee sitting at the piano with her dad (aw!).
Get more info on the "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" soundtrack at Hollywood Crush.
Why not spend the next five-or-so minutes traveling around the globe with Michelle Williams?
The "My Week with Marilyn" beauty makes the "dream pop" of Wild Nothing even dreamier by appearing in the the music video for their (actually "his," but we'll get to that in a second) new single, "Paradise." Michelle also recites from Iris Murdoch's "Word Child" at about two minutes in, which makes for some of the most beautiful-sounding Latin that you'll ever hear. Get More »
Dakota Fanning can now check "music video star" off of her bucket list, because she's front and center in the newest clip from British singer Ellie Goulding, which features Fanning as a terminally ill teen trying to cram as much life as possible into her last remaining days.
So when should you check out the video for "I Know You Care?" Well, "Now Is Good." Get More »
You probably already are in love with the "Hunger Games" star. However, you may now find yourself even more enamored after watching this sort-of music video from her new horror flick.
Jennifer Lawrence shows off her musical chops in this sneak peek at a song from the soundtrack of "House at the End of the Street." While we knew ahead of time that Lawrence had what it takes to make a fine Scream Queen, we didn't know her vocal talents also included being able to carry a tune! It seems like she can handle that axe pretty well, too. Get More »
In the last "Indiana Jones" adventure, Shia LaBeouf infamously swung from trees with monkeys, but in a new Sigur Rós video, he swings from a bedpost … and that's not all that swings.
In a music video, that is, though we imagine Aubrey's presence could help get one through any potentially unpleasant event, make-believe or otherwise.
The "Damsels in Distress" star channels the title of that movie as she acts out in the music video for Father John Misty's "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings." While the video doesn't showcase the most, shall we say, traditional funeral ever, Aubrey's rambunctious behavior is still enough to raise a few eyebrows — and prompt at least one dream sequence, complete with fog machine and red lights. Get More »
In a music video, that is, though we'd believe it if that applied to real life as well.
The "Harry Potter" villainess pins up her hair and aches with romantic longing amongst the halls of the Dewey Decimal System in the music video for Rufus Wainwright's new single, "Out of the Game." Helena lip-synchs along to Wainwright's vocals whilst the actual singer takes on not one but three library-dweller supporting roles, one of which looks to be wearing a piece of Sonic Youth nostalgia-wear (kudos to our eagle-eyed friends at The Playlist for catching that). Get More »
Jake Gyllenhaal has played heroes ("Prince of Persia"), soldiers ("Jarhead"), cowboys ("Brokeback Mountain") and romantics ("Love and Other Drugs"), but no matter what role he takes on, one thing remains the same: He's just a little bit off-kilter.
You know what we mean; he's got a little bit of those crazy eyes, right?
Which makes his new role as a music video serial killer strangely believable. Get More »