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What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. However, that saying isn't applicable to "Last Vegas" stars Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro and Kevin Kline as they spilled the beans with an interview with MTV News.
In the movie, the foursome head to Las Vegas to throw an epic bachelor party for the last single member of their posse (Douglas). What happens when you mix four men of advancing age, booze, Viagra, and the bright lights of Sin City? You'll have to buy a ticket to see, but the actors indulged in sharing a few shenanigans from the set. Get More »
It's the most wonderful time of the year, Christmas in July for pop culture addicts: San Diego Comic-Con. Thousands of nerds, celebrities and combinations thereof will converge upon the San Diego Convention Center for four days of sneak peeks and geekery galore.
If you weren't able to hop a plane to the palm tree-lined avenues of America's classiest city this year, don't worry: Your friends at NextMovie and MTV have you way covered. Every day from Thursday to Sunday, we'll be streaming live video of interviews with your favorite stars from the hottest upcoming movies and TV shows. The feed begins at 11 a.m. PST every day, wrapping up at 6 p.m. PST. MTV News' Josh Horowitz and MTV Geek's Steven Smith co-host the all day gabfest festivities. Get More »
Following "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," "Divergent," "The Maze Runner" and "Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters" — all of which boast either some kinda supernatural or gnarly futuristic pull-in, mind you — that other in-the-works YA adaptation all the kids are pumped about right now is "The Fault In Our Stars," a tearjerker story about a couple of brainy kids who meet during a cancer support group. Yep.
No vamps, train-jumping or tyrannical, game-playing government in sight ... although it does have two "Divergent" initiates on-board with Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, who'll jump from playing her brother in the dystopian actioner onto becoming her beau. So, how is the guy planning to prep for the transition? Get More »
Read at your own risk! There be spoilers ahead, matey. "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" cameo spoilers, to be specific.
This particular cameo has been out there already, but, what's new here is that director/co-writer Adam McKay has unleashed a bunch of details.
You've been warned. Get More »
If you happen to have any burning questions for Adam Sandler regarding the upcoming comedy blockbuster "Grown Ups 2" or other things, maybe — we can think of a couple ourselves we'd love to have answered, like "When will we be getting that 'Happy Gilmore' sequel you never promised, dudesy?" — then this Wednesday is your lucky day as the loudest, most lovable guy in funnytown will be appearing live on "MTV First" to unveil a brand spankin' new exclusive clip and interact with his loyal fans.
Yes, beginning at 7:56 p.m. Wednesday night, Sandler will be joining MTV's own John Horowitz to unleash the new clip from "Grown Ups 2." Then at 8 p.m., the duo will hop over to the internet side of things for a half-hour-long live Q&A on MTV.com where you provide the Q's and Sandler provides all the A's.
So check out this quick tease and start jotting down your questions now. 'Cause it's not every day you get to sit down and chat with Adam Sandler ... it's just this Wednesday.
Hard to believe it's been more than a full year since "The Hunger Games" hit theaters and became a worldwide pop culture phenomenon. Or, wait, no it isn't hard to believe, because it actually seems like a billion lifetimes. When are they going to start giving us from footage from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," anyway?!
Well, how about right now? Get More »
The Super Bowl is fast approaching and for many fans, that means just one thing: A bunch of awesome new TV commercials featuring their favorite film stars. But why wait until Sunday night when you can check out the hottest new Super Bowl ad right now?
It's the new Samsung campaign featuring Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen. And since this is for the Super Bowl, they've got some pretty big ideas. Just one problem: The term "Super Bowl" is trademarked, as are the names of the teams involved. So what do you do? Get More »
In Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man" trilogy, James Franco's Harry Osborn was arguably the most complex character. On the one hand, he was Peter's best friend, a good guy with good intentions. On the other hand, also turned eventually into the Green Goblin and tried to totally murderize Petey. You just never knew which way Harry was going to go.
And the same could be said for Franco himself, who has earned a well deserved reputation for sticking his thumb in Hollywood's eye. Case in point: When asked by MTV's Josh Horowitz what he thought of last summer's reboot "The Amazing Spider-Man," his answer was a heartfelt and succinct "Ehhhh." Get More »
When Jennifer Lawrence clinched the Screen Actors Guild award for Best Female Actor in a Lead Role Sunday night, her immediate thanks went not to her "Silver Linings Playbook" co-star Bradley Cooper, nor director David O. Russell. Not even Mom was on the receiving end of that first thank you — that honor went to MTV.
Um, come again?
"I want to thank MTV," Lawrence said in her acceptance speech. "I'll explain that. I earned my SAG card when I was 14. I did an MTV promo for 'My Super Sweet 16.' And I remember getting it in the mail and it being the best day of my entire life, because it officially made me a professional actor, which put me in the category with all of you."
As it turns out, Miss Lawrence's first professional acting job, the one that earned her that coveted SAG card (and, as Anne Hathaway will attest, a great dental plan to go along with it), was a commercial for the network's since-canceled reality show "My Super Sweet 16." The show documented the over-the-top birthday extravaganzas of the rich and the bratty.
While we're sure riding around in a litter surrounded by an adoring entourage is old hat to the award-winning Lawrence by now, tween Katniss looks pumped to be riding high. That is, until she takes a nasty tumble to the ground. Super sweet.
Check out a very blonde, pre-fame, 14-year-old Jennifer Lawrence in the clip above, which we've unearthed just for you.
Sundance is in full swing and apparently so is Daniel Radcliffe, as all the buzz out of the annual festival seems to be about his turn as Allen Ginserg in the indie "Kill My Darlings." Or more specifically, about his gay sex scenes.
And Radcliffe really doesn't get the big deal.
"It's interesting that it's deemed shocking," he told MTV News. "For me, there's something very strange about that because we see straight sex scenes all the time. We've seen gay sex scenes before. I don't know why a gay sex scene should be any more shocking than a straight sex scene. Or both of them are equally un-shocking."
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