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"Here's where you make out with my wife."
If you've ever said that, you're either recreationally into that sort of thing (and we here at NextMovie hold no judgment) or you're a Hollywood director married to an actress in the movie you're directing. Get More »
This week: A teddy bear comes to life and becomes Mark Wahlberg's lifelong buddy/ arrested development enabler in "Ted," the first big-screen comedy directed by Seth MacFarlane of "Family Guy" fame.
Also new this week is Jeremy Renner taking over secret-agent duties in "The Bourne Legacy," the animated sequel "Ice Age: Continental Drift" and the Blu-ray debut of Warren Beatty's "Dick Tracy." Get More »
This week: In the action flick "Haywire," MMA fighter Gina Carano knocks around Ewan McGregor, Michael Fassbender and Channing Tatum as an assassin on a mission to confront the employer who set her up.
Also new this week is Madonna in the director's seat for the period romance "W.E.," the ensemble rom-com "New Year's Eve," and new Blu-ray editions of "Clueless" and "Men in Black." Get More »
It took a lot of begging and pleading from both producers and the public, but for whatever reason Johnny Depp saw it in his heart to return in one knockout scene in the new film version of "21 Jump Street," based on the hit Fox TV show that made him a star.
To put him in the ranks of some of the greatest movie cameos ever, we're counting down 35 surprise appearances in movies that pleased and shocked us -- and left us wanting more. Get More »
The Big Apple is feeling Golden Delicious tonight as it celebrates the Giants 21-to-17 victory over the New England Patriots, but Hollywood is also getting a Gatorade shower. The Super Bowl is the biggest advertising day of the year, and the studios blitzed TV viewers with new looks at their coolest flicks.
It's also when different companies trot out serious big gun celebrities to pimp their rides. So are you feeling lucky, punk? We're chugging Pepto Bismol, recycling our empty beer bottles, and looking back at the best movie moments during this year's big game.
Welcome to Super Bowl… PSYCHE!
Universal Studios Hollywood pulled some ol' fakeout interrupted programming, with Optimus Prime and Megatron warning us that we'll perish if we don't hop on "Transformers: The Ride 3-D" this May. Hard sell, guys. Get More »
Madonna is throwing in the towel on being a movie star.
Make all of the "Swept Away" jokes you want, but the Material Girl has delivered some pretty terrific performances over the years, particularly as PG-rated femme fatale Breathless Mahoney in "Dick Tracy," fantasy girl/troublemaker Susan Thomas in "Desperately Seeking Susan" and, well, herself in "Madonna: Truth or Dare." However, as the music legend makes her directorial debut with the period romance, "W.E.," it appears as if she likes it just fine behind the camera, where she can better express her "voice."
Well, darn -- we were actually holding out for a "Body of Evidence" sequel.
Watch Madonna discuss directing vs. acting and how she wants to be remembered 300 years from now in her MTV Rough Cut interview. "W.E." opens Feb. 3.
Last year, we (and everyone else in Hollywood) mistakenly thought Ricky Gervais would never be asked to host an awards show – much less the actual Golden Globes – again. But the Hollywood Foreign Press Association proved they could take a joke by inviting the sharp-tongued Englishman back for a repeat performance.
But Gervais was slightly kinder and gentler this time around, taking a rather laissez faire attitude toward the Globes. He'd pop up for extended bits one moment and then stick to just announcing the next – usually with a drink in hand.
Although there weren't any huge upsets or disappointments (except for perhaps Madonna, who managed to be both unfunny and unappealing both times she went on stage), we still had plenty of Best and Worst moments to remember the night by until next year. Get More »
Every year, the members of the mysterious Hollywood Foreign Press Association gather in their secret European lair, get wasted on absinthe and plan out the Golden Globe Awards show. Well, maybe that's not exactly what happens, but based on the tone of the awards banquette they throw, it seems highly possible.
The nominations can, at times, be .. well, surprising. (Where's "The Muppets"?!!!) And, with Ricky Gervais invited back to resume his role as irreverent host, we expect him to knock a few more icons down off their pedestals. Here are some moments we pray might go down as well. Get More »
'Tis the season ... for holiday movies! When the weather outside is frightful, there's nothing quite like snuggling up on your couch to watch a holiday classic (or two, or three, depending on just how cold it is outside).
Celebrities are no different -- they like having their heartstrings tugged, too. We asked 18 actors, writers, directors and personalities what their favorite holiday movies are; and though you'll see some familiar titles on this list, you may spot a few surprises, too.
While the Academy Awards may have prestige, the Golden Globes are like the rowdy, beer-swilling younger brother that everyone wants to party with. They're the Roger Clinton of awards ceremonies.
Like all black sheep, though, the Globes occasionally embarrass their family with mistakes so heinous it almost makes us want to not pay bail when they get arrested. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced this year's nominees, and before returning host Ricky Gervais even opens his mouth we find ourselves utterly shocked by some surprising inclusions and omissions. Get More »