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It's only been six weeks or so since President Barack Obama was inaugurated for his second term and already some folks are starting to handicap the 2016 presidential race. In the battle between the Democrats and the Republicans, there's no such thing as a clear winner, because the contest never ends.
Until now, that is, because we're about to declare a winner when we reveal which of your favorite movie presidents are Democrats and which are Republicans. Get More »
With fiery explosions, unruly gunfights and frenzied superhero battles becoming essential to most nights out at the movies, there's something to be said about films that can do just the opposite, communicating a wealth of information with just the slightest nuanced motion.
Cinemagraphs, which bridge the gap between static images and video by adding a tiny dose of movement to otherwise inert still shots, are a perfect vehicle for delivering a single serving of cinematic awesomeness. These seven cinemagraphs capture some of our all-time favorite moments in film in a really cool way.
7. Animated Poster ('Pulp Fiction')
"Pulp Fiction"'s iconic poster art is such a classic that adding nothing but a slight animation of Uma's burning cigarette brings the it new life. A moment of attention from Mia Wallace is instantly transformed into a never-ending staring contest, and she’s clearly not going to take another puff of her cig until you blink. Get More »
It's fun to describe certain photos of celebrities with what pop culture characters they've played, whether they be from comic books, YA novels or fairy tale re-imaginings. You know, if you see a picture of Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway together, you can be all like, "Oh it's Wolverine and Catwoman!" Fun, right? For hours, man.
Well, the 85th Annual Academy Awards brought together two pop culture icons that we never thought would ever cross each other's paths: Katniss Everdeen and the Joker.
Jennifer Lawrence was the toast of the town at the Oscars this year — her awesome dress, her tripping up the steps to accept her award for Best Actress, her all-around Jennifer Lawrence-ness brought some fun and excitement to an otherwise very strange and ultimately kinda mediocre show. It makes complete sense that she would catch the eye of one of the most notorious lotharios in Hollywood, the man who's reportedly bedded hundreds of women — and a lot of 'em much younger than him, at that.
Watch Jack Nicholson interrupt Jennifer Lawrence's interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos — first without and then with his trademark Jack sunglasses. And watch Jennifer react as any hot young lady star would.
Thanks to Hypable for this bit of behind-the-scenes Oscar gold.
Hot People Looking Hot: Oscars 2013
Not all great cinema stars have the most auspicious beginnings to their lives in celluloid. Some start in commercials, TV, bit parts, background work. Hell, a few even dabble in porn (we're looking at you, Sylvester Stallone).
Ground zero for acting talent, more often than not, is the horror genre. This being Halloween season, we decided to highlight a few mega-talents who jumpstarted their careers in much the same way they entered the world: naked, screaming and covered in blood. Get More »
Batman is one popular fellow. Long before all this buzz surrounding "The Dark Knight Rises," Batman was the talk of the town, and we've got the video to prove it.
MTV has created a supercut of various characters from the six Batman movies released so far uttering the Caped Crusader's name. The video also gives you a glimpse at all of the different versions of Batman and his villains that have graced the silver screen over the years. You'll get a taste of the iconic performances (Christian Bale as Batman, Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman, Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger as The Joker) and those we'd rather forget (just about everyone involved with "Batman & Robin").
Whether you saw this post and thought, "Batman, who?" or can recite all the movies by heart, this video is a cine-tastic refresher course on all the Batmen and the bad guys who hate them through the years.
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Davy Jones, the mop-topped British singer who became a worldwide sensation following the success of his TV show "The Monkees," has died today of a heart attack according to TMZ. He was 66.
Formed in 1966, The Monkees -- which consisted of Jones and fellow bandmates Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork -- were assembled by TV producers looking to cash in on Beatlemania.
But "The Monkees," both as a TV show and a band, succeeded beyond everybody's wildest expectations, eventually landing Jones and company on the top of the charts with two number one singles and four number one albums. Get More »
A few days ago, Ted Williams, the "Homeless Man with the Golden Voice," went from hard-luck case to the luckiest (and most-interviewed) man on Earth all thanks to those smooooooth, velvety pipes of his.
As you've no doubt seen/read/heard EVERYWHERE, this 53-year-old former Ohio radio announcer was videotaped panhandling by the Columbus Dispatch and the video has had exactly one-bazillion hits*. If you've heard Williams' sound you'd know he's not just some flavor-of-the-nanosecond, either.
Since his stratospheric super-fame-rocket launched, the man has fielded offers from MSNBC, Kraft Foods and the Cleveland Cavaliers, who supposedly offered him a full-time job and LeBron James' old house. His most alluring offer, however, might be a Faustian deal with the Devil! Get More »
In the new action blow-out "Red," which stands for "Retired, Extremely Dangerous," a group of ex-CIA agents led by Bruce Willis are hunted by high-tech assassins.
Two of those agents are played by Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren, stars gleefully playing against their age as gun-toting badasses (also see Dames With Guns).
With this in mind, we thought long and hard about some of the best elderly actors out there still scoring big roles and monster acclaim. Here are our nine very favorite old-timers in Hollywood. Get More »
We were going to insert a clever "You can't handle the truth" reference here, but we figured you already did upon reading the headline, dear reader.
Everyone remembers Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson facing off and spewing rapid-fire Aaron Sorkin witticisms at each other in the 1992 courtroom drama, "A Few Good Men." Now it looks like the two titans may reunite for a new tension-filled adventure. Get More »