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Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller were on hand live at the Gibson Amphitheater earlier this evening to personally introduce the world premiere of the trailer for their upcoming film "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" during the MTV Movie Awards pre-show.
For starters, Wiz Khalifa will take the mic to perform his brand new single "Work Hard, Play Hard" at this year's big event.
Along with the Wiz, a slew of awesome presenters have been announced. Emma Watson tweeted yesterday that she'll be joining her "Perks of Being a Wallflower" co-stars Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller onstage. (She also promised the premiere of the movie's newest trailer during MTV's pre-show). Get More »
Now Paul W.S. Anderson, the man behind the "Resident Evil" franchise, has seen fit to rewrite Dumas in the form of a 3-D steampunk adventure with lots o' explosions and his wife, Milla Jovovich. Are we complaining? Hells no. See why for yourself with six clips from "The Three Musketeers." Get More »
He may not have a movie franchise as wildly successful as "Twilight" or "Harry Potter," but don't tell Logan Lerman's rabid fanbase he's not as adored as Robert Pattinson or Daniel Radcliffe. Even though "Percy Jackson" may have fallen short of some pretty massive expectations, it clearly catapulted Lerman into the heavens of teen idoldom (and earned enough to warrant a sequel, 2013's "The Sea of Monsters").
Just see MTV's recent "New Class" fan poll, where Lerman beat out the likes of Emma Watson, Julianne Hough and Lily Collins for title of Class President.
But Lermanites don't have to wait until '13 to catch sight of the 19-year-old; he plays the legendary D'Artagnan, a.k.a. the fourth musketeer, in the new 3-D swashbuckler "The Three Musketeers." Get More »
Not everyone wants to be the center of attention all the time. In fact, some of us would rather not be noticed much at all — like high school freshmen, for example.
Which is why we're so excited to get a first look at of the images from Stephen Chbosky's upcoming drama, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," which stars Emma Watson and Nina Dobrev as two seniors who show the introverted (freshman) Logan Lerman what the real world is all about. Get More »
The votes have been tallied and "Percy Jackson & the Olympians" star Logan Lerman has been elected the President of MTV's New Class.
Lerman, who can slay mythical beasts with the best of them, beat out such heavyweight candidates as Emma Watson and Josh Hutcherson for the position of President of the New Class of up-and-coming A-list stars.
MTV News had a chance to let the young President know about his win first-hand at the "Three Musketeers" junket. Watch his truly stunned and grateful reaction at Hollywood Crush.
"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" is one of the most highly anticipated films of 2012. Emma Watson is one of the most highly regarded young actresses of her generation. So what happens when you bring the two together?
As Hermione might say, pure magic. And dancing.
And now you can get an exclusive, behind the scenes look at Watson and her amazing co-stars -- Logan Lerman, Nina Dobrev and Ezra Miller -- thanks to MTV, which visited the set for a special sneak peek. So stop being a wallflower -- and check out all the perks of being a movie fan in the digital age.
Basking in Hollywood’s limelight definitely beats burning the midnight oil.
After years of preparation, a whole clique of freshman talents is primed to ace roles in this season's classiest movies. While each of these populars may already be stars, only one can claim the title of MTV's "New Class" President. Page though the yearbook and vote for the actor that you think schools the rest.
Role call: Jamie Campbell Bower is present and certain to sparkle in 2012's "The Mortal Instruments," though we’re sure co-star Lily Collins will abduct plenty of the hearts as well. Amy won Ricky's in ABC Family's "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" -- will Shailene Woodley rouse the chops to deliver on the big screen when "The Descendants" bows?
You'll have to choose between them -- as well as Julianne Hough, Josh Hutcherson, Emma Watson, Nina Dobrev, Ezra Miller, Logan Lerman and Sarah Gadon -- when you vote. Now go vote!
The leaves are falling, school is starting, and Oscar season is on its way. You might think it's time to leave summer blockbusters behind, but this fall has something for everyone, from arty indies to 3-D extravaganzas.
Some of these folks, like Julianne Hough and Lea Michele, are familiar faces from the boob tube who are making the leap to movies; and others, like Noomi Rapace, are better known overseas. What they all have in common is that their breakthrough moments are upon us, as sure as school supplies. Get More »
Big news from the world of Thor! No, not the thing where Chris Hemsworth wields a magical hammer like an unkempt construction worker. This time we're talking about Thor Freudenthal, the German director behind "Diary of a Wimpy Kid."
Even though he can't summon thunder or live for eons, he CAN travel to dimensions ruled by mythological gods, at least when he takes over Fox's "Percy Jackson" franchise as announced by Variety. A former animator and concept artist, Freudenthal is currently attached as director for the sequel, presumably still based on author Rick Riordan's second book "The Sea of Monsters."
Back in March we reported that work was underway on the script by ace "Man on the Moon" screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, and that the original core cast of Logan Lerman, Brandon T. Jackson, and Alexandra Daddario were all being asked back. The latter may not be as true now. Get More »