Tag Archives: Miley Cyrus
The brand new trailer for the upcoming Miley Cyrus cop comedy "So Undercover" is here and if you were wondering what to expect, here's your answer: The highlight is a joke about putting a cat in your ass.
Hey, they can't all be "The Last Song." Get More »
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 »
This week: A serial killer wrecks havoc at a high school in "Detention," the meta horror-comedy starring "Hunger Games" tribute Josh Hutcherson.
Also new this week is the teen coming-of-age flick "LOL" with Miley Cyrus, the impressive Blu-ray collection "Forever Marilyn" featuring seven of Marilyn Monroe's best films and a new edition of "Total Recall" on Blu-ray. Get More »
Life is imitating art today, as the "Last Song" (incredibly young) co-stars Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have found their happy Hollywood ending: the pop singer and "The Hunger Games" star are getting married.
"I'm so happy to be engaged and look forward to a life of happiness with Liam," Cyrus told People.
Cryus, who is 19, met Hemsworth, 22, back in 2009 when the two were filming the romantic drama. The two hit it off and have been dating ever since. Get More »
In a kind of meta teen rebellion, Miley Cyrus has ditched the role of Drac's daughter in Adam Sandler's animated film "Hotel Transylvania."
E! Online first reported Miley Cyrus' sudden departure. While some tongues were wagging that Cyrus was more invested in partying than working, another source said, "Cyrus simply decided to take some more time to figure out what her next move in the movies should be."
Considering she's got at least two coming out in 2012, that's sort of understandable. Get More »
Miley Cyrus in a high school romantic drama about a rebellious girl whose mother is played by Demi Moore? "LOL."
"LOL" the movie, that is; we're not laughing at Cyrus and Moore, honestly, it's just that the name of the film is "LOL" — and while you may not laugh out loud at the brand new trailer, you'll certainly want to check out what looks set to be the teen film of the year. Get More »
In my last column, I wrote about 10 celebrity "Twilight" fans and how they have declared their love in public. Well, today takes a different turn. Let's head over to the dark side and out the celebrity "Twilight" haters.
Just yesterday, George Takei, voice actor extraordinaire and Hikaru Sulu in the "Star Trek" series, released a YouTube video urging "Star Trek" and "Star Wars" fans to put aside their differences and turn their attention toward hating "Twilight." While it's tongue-in-cheek and clearly an attempt to keep this 72-year-old actor's name in the media (mission accomplished), the vitriol he spews on our favorite vampire series seems to come from a very real place. Get More »
Miley Cyrus wants to suck your blood.
The "Hannah Montana" star will get her vampire on as she's signed on to voice the role of Dracula's daughter, Mavis, in the animated feature, "Hotel Transylvania," according to Inside Movies.
"Hotel Transylvania" follows Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler) as he builds the titular resort for all manner of monsters as a way of keeping Mavis from venturing out into the real world. Things get complicated (and, we're assuming, romantic) when a non-monster (voiced by Andy Samberg) ends up at the hotel. Get More »
Hollywood's starlets can breathe a sigh of relief, because the FBI has finally made an arrest in what they've coined Operation Hackerazzi (kudos to the agent who invented that clever moniker)— the cell phone hacking ring that has plagued young female stars by releasing their personal and, ahem, intimate photos, texts and emails to the world.
Though the FBI has yet to release a name—or any information aside from the fact that an arrest has been made—this is a major step forward in the case, which floundered for more than a year, E Online reports.
Scarlett Johansson became the latest celebrity victim just a few short weeks ago, adding her name to a list that already included Vanessa Hudgens, Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, Jessica Alba, Selena Gomez, Ali Larter, Busy Philipps, Emma Caulfield, Renee Olstead and Addison Timlin. Get More »
Miley Cyrus is getting religious.
The "Hannah Montana" star will look to the Lord as she signs on to star in and produce a new "God-themed" comedy, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Details on the untitled project are currently under wraps, though the pitch by writing duo Sam Brown and Jack Angelo apparently involves broken promises to God and the ensuing disastrous (and probably wacky) consequences. Get More »