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Remember old episodes of "Scooby Doo," where they'd rip off a monster mask to reveal a villain — only to rip off another mask and reveal the real culprit underneath? It defies logic — first of all, where did they find such lifelike masks of Old Mr. Jenkins, the carnival owner?
Logistic issues aside, those were our favorite episodes. There's an inherent charm of people dressed as people dressed as other people that's still pretty funny to us as adults. Jim Carrey? Great. Jim Carrey in "Yes Man?" Terrific.
Jim Carrey dressed as his "Yes Man" character who's dressed as Harry Potter? Phenomenal.
So let's take a look at some more actors — including the stars of this weekend's "Fun Size" — dressed as characters dressed in their costume finery. Happy Halloween!
Everyone loves a bad boy. The snarling mustache twirlers get all of the fame and fortune -- the No. 1 spot on movie-geek lists, the Halloween costumes, the cool quotes -- and none of them have to worry about being called a witch.
But here at NextMovie, we're all about the bad girls. We love a lady who isn't afraid to embrace her nasty side in order to get what she wants.
In honor of "Savages" and Salma Hayek's role as a brutal drug cartel leader, we've gathered up the coolest and cruelest women to grace the silver screen. We're a little worried about ranking them, because if there's one thing we know about these vicious villainesses, it's that they don't like competition. But we did. Now, you read. We'll run. Get More »
This week: "The Artist" -- the French silent movie that won five Oscars this year, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Costume Design and Best Original Score -- arrives on DVD and Blu-ray at last.
Also new this week are Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill in the hilarious action comedy "21 Jump Street," Sam Worthington going Greek again in "Wrath of the Titans," the Snow White interpretation "Mirror Mirror," and an anniversary Blu-ray edition of "Deliverance." Get More »
We haven't seen Kristen Stewart on film since last November, when she got pregnant, almost died and then opened her red eyes. True, she's in "On the Road," which premiered at Cannes International Film Festival last week; but none of us are fancy enough to visit the south of France, and who know when that indie will get a proper U.S. release?
"Snow White and the Huntsman" will probably be our only K.Stew fix until "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" in November, so it's time to get properly excited for this Grimms' fairy tale turned dark fantastical war film.
If I sound leery, I don't mean to. At first glance, yes, the film sounds absurd. However, after digging into it further, I've found 12 reasons to get excited about director Rupert Sanders' first full-length feature (even though I have no idea who he is). Get More »
"The Hunger Games" phenomenon continues to dominate the box office — and pop culture in general — as according to Hollywood.com the year's biggest film crushed the competition again, taking in $61.1 million over the weekend en route to a staggering 10-day total of $251 million.
New releases "Wrath of the Titans" and "Mirror Mirror" were expected to put up a challenge, but thanks to "The Hunger Games," neither movie stood a chance; "Wrath of the Titans" finished in second place with a $34.2 million debut, while "Mirror Mirror" earned a disappointing $19 million.
So just how high can "The Hunger Games" go before this is over? For the full box office report, including figures for returning favorites "21 Jump Street" and "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax," head to Hollywood.com.
Thanks to visionary director Tarsem Singh, we're getting a brightly-colored spin on the classic Snow White tale with "Mirror Mirror."
And, with Julia Roberts as The Queen, Lily Collins as Snow White and Armie Hammer as Prince Alcott, you know those bright colors are coming in the form of set design and, of course, fashion. From bouffant gowns to Elizabethan-influenced clothing, we were entranced by the costumes and couldn't help but wonder what the modern-day fairytale characters would wear.
Alas, our latest Get the Goods can help you realize our visions (and sketch out your shopping list).
Director Tarsem Singh has traded the savage mythic bloodletting of "Immortals" for a sweetly Grimm fairy tale in "Mirror Mirror."
Lily Collins is the fair Snow White, weaving a spell of beauty and enchantment in her wake, while Julia Roberts is the evil queen hellbent on shoveling some Snow. This unabashedly kid-friendly retelling costars Armie Hammer as the Prince who hearts Snow White, and Sean Bean once again playing a game of thrones as The King.
She's one of the busiest young actresses in Hollywood, scoring choice parts like that of the iconic Snow White in "Mirror Mirror" as well as several other high-profile roles. But just who is Lily Collins, and why is she so hot right now?
"Lily Collins is a film producer’s dream -- cute, talented and level-headed," says Amy Wilkinson, editor of the film blog at Hollywood Crush. "I doubt you’ll ever read a story about Collins having an on-set tantrum or meltdown. The question is: Who wouldn’t want to work with a poised, intelligent young actress?"
Let's take a look at some of the reasons Collins is getting so much play these days. Get More »
Lips red as blood, skin white as snow.
It's no wonder Lily Collins was cast as the leading lady in "Mirror Mirror" with her dainty, fairytale looks. She first caught our eye as Sandra Bullock's daughter in "The Blind Side" and Taylor Lautner's girl in "Abduction". She's since quickly made the transition from supporting character to headlining star.
Everything about the fair beauty screams unique. From her poise to her milky white complexion and strong eyebrows to her girl-next-door attitude, Collins rules the big screen and the red carpet.
Check her out in our Hot People Looking Hot gallery and see for yourself why the Evil Queen is after her heart. She's stolen ours already.
"Mirror Mirror" star Lily Collins is the fiercest Snow White yet to grace the silver screen, but before wielding swords in an enchanted forest, she learned to wield a far more powerful weapon: her eyebrows.
"I think it's hilarious that people think I have the best eyebrows in Hollywood," she tells MTV's "10 on Top," laughing. "It's something that, when I was younger, I didn't necessarily embrace ... I kinda wanted to fit in. And then I learned that the quirky things that make you different are what make you beautiful." Get More »