With the MTV Video Music Awards hitting MTV tomorrow at 8 p.m. ET, we've compiled a list of the 50 best based on a number of factors: creativity of video, quality of actor's performance and, for some, random dancing ability. Our only caveats: no cameos and no soundtracks. The debate begins now. Get More »
A brand new 90-second trailer for the film franchise's final installment, which hits theaters Nov. 16, will debut during the show, airing Thursday, Sept. 6, at 8 p.m. ET/PT
The closing chapter of Stephenie Meyer's best-selling series, which hits theaters Nov. 16, finds a newly-turned vampire Bella (played by Kristen Stewart) and her Cullen clan fending off the advances of the villainous Volturi with the help of allies, both cold- and hot-blooded.
Visit MTV.com for more details and thoughts from director Bill Condon.
It's inevitable. Someday, there will be a series of biopics about some of our favorite reality stars. Some will be comedies (ahem, "Jersey Shore" -- see their casting thoughts here and here), some will be tragedies (we're lookin' at you, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt) and some will be filled with the intricacies needed of a serious actor.
We're talking about Kim Kardashian, obviously.
When we spoke to her about this at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, she didn't have to think about it before throwing out her casting suggestion.
"Eva Longoria - I love her," she declared.
We have to confess we're a little impressed. Despite the age difference, that might not be a bad call. What do you think?
This year MTV's Video Music Awards was more than just a cavalcade of the most outlandish live performances your eyes ever beheld, it was also a chance for some of Tinseltown's biggest superstars to bask in the spectacle and perhaps promote an upcoming movie or two.
Even the black carpet pre-show provided some face time with cinema's best and brightest, as Seth Rogen briefly talked up his new comedy "50/50," while Taylor Lautner discussed his much-hyped kiss with "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson at this past June's MTV Movie Awards. Get More »
Sure, we loved Lady Gaga, the Britney tribute, Beyoncé's pregnancy announcement, and Adele's torchy performance, but "The Hunger Games" is the real reason we tuned in to the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.
As we exclusively announced last week, Jennifer Lawrence appeared on the VMAs (via satellite from the set) to introduce the first teaser from the much-anticipated film. Throughout the show, fans of Suzanne Collins' dystopian trilogy were buzzing with excitement, waiting to see the movie's clip and wondering on Twitter exactly when the clip would be revealed. Get More »
Sure, the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards has stars like Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj and Kreayshawn looking all edgy and artist-like, but do you know what else they have?
Movie stars! And tons of 'em looking fly on the red carpet.
Between the A-listers like Selena Gomez and Taylor Lautner and rising stars like Tyler Posey and the cast of "Jersey Shore" (seriously, you don't want to miss this photo), this ain't your typical awards show and it sure as heck isn't your typical red carpet.
We don't know about you guys, but we're glad all that drama between Kanye West and Taylor Swift is finally over, because now the MTV Video Music Awards can get back to focusing on what's really important: movies.
Oh, sure, the VMAs, which air this Sunday live on MTV at 9 p.m. ET, are technically about great music, incredible live performances and a celebration of the intersection of pop and culture. But for movie fans, there's a whole lot more to the VMAs than just awards or music -- there's also the video part.
And that means movie stars, which is why we've put together our second annual Movie Lover's Guide to the VMAs to help you keep track of all the Hollywood flavor on Sunday night.
Can you feel it? That twinge right there -- it's the hunger for "Hunger Games." And your first chance to satisfy that craving comes right now.
Yes, it's true: As we announced earlier this week, the first ever footage from the hotly anticipated now movie blockbuster "The Hungers Games" is set to premiere this Sunday during the MTV Video Music Awards -- but you don't have to wait for the live broadcast at 9 p.m. to get started on your "Hunger Games" experience, because MTV has just posted a brand new mini-teaser for your enjoyment right now.
So head over to MTV and check it out. Because the "Games" have begun and this is one opportunity you don't want to lose out on.
You might think that the MTV Video Music Awards are all about music, or more specifically, music videos. But throughout the past 17 years, there have been plenty of movie-related moments that have broken up the many Madonna performances, "Moonman" award upsets and general VMA revelry.
After all, you can't pack an auditorium full of the entertainment industry's most talented performers and not expect some big-screen brilliance. (We're already anticipating one big movie moment at this Sunday's show. Two words: "Hunger Games.")
In celebration of this year's ceremony and the big-screen moments that it will certainly bring, we've compiled the nine best movie-related VMA moments (ever!) for your enjoyment. Get More »
Ever since Bing Crosby starred in the 1930 film "King of Jazz," countless musicians have tried, with varying degrees of success, to parlay their musical ability into a side career in film.
The following list -- dug up in honor of this Sunday's Video Music Awards on MTV -- is proof that not all musicians are created equal when it comes to their acting abilities.
For every Mariah Carey in "Precious," you can find a Mariah Carey in "Glitter," but these 40 artists have shown that they can, at least some of the time, create memorable roles and transcend their musical careers. Sometimes, they even win Oscars. Get More »