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Until last week, I thought Saoirse Ronan's name was pronounced "Swar-reese Ronan," to the point that, when I would mention to anyone that I was in the process of creating this article, I would say with a vaguely subtle air of sanctimony, "It's Hollywood's unpronounceable names — like that girl from 'The Lovely Bones,' Swar-reese Ronan."
Put on a pair of shades, and your cool factor instantly goes up. That's probably why so many characters in movies can be seen wearing sunglasses to give them an aloof, mysterious air while doing such activities as smoking, riding a motorcycle or just standing on a street corner.
Yesterday was a sad day for Twi-hards everywhere, as news broke that Kristen Stewart had a fling with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders, even though she has been in a three-year relationship with her "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson.
As with most celebrity scandals, fans and haters alike took to the Internet to voice their opinions on the controversy. Their comments run the gamut from outrage to disappointment to just plain weird. Luckily, we had our good friend Phee on hand to scour the web for the best reactions to the scandal so you don't have to, while also providing some commentary of his own.
Check out the video above to get some levity during this difficult time.
Batman is one popular fellow. Long before all this buzz surrounding "The Dark Knight Rises," Batman was the talk of the town, and we've got the video to prove it.
MTV has created a supercut of various characters from the six Batman movies released so far uttering the Caped Crusader's name. The video also gives you a glimpse at all of the different versions of Batman and his villains that have graced the silver screen over the years. You'll get a taste of the iconic performances (Christian Bale as Batman, Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman, Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger as The Joker) and those we'd rather forget (just about everyone involved with "Batman & Robin").
Whether you saw this post and thought, "Batman, who?" or can recite all the movies by heart, this video is a cine-tastic refresher course on all the Batmen and the bad guys who hate them through the years.
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If you're terrified of the Zombie Apocalypse and not sure if you'll be able to make it through, the case of "Resident Evil: Retribution" has you covered. We talked to two of the movie's stars, Boris Kodjoe and Oded Fehr, at Comic-Con 2012, and they gave us tips on how to survive when the walking dead comes a-knockin'.
In case you thought otherwise, walking around like a zombie doesn't work, but not wearing any clothes apparently does. That sounds easy enough to avoid impending doom. As you get into survival mode, check out the video above for even more words of wisdom.
While they may not be the most pleasant, death scenes are definitely some of the most memorable and powerful scenes in movies. Everybody's got a death scene that just sticks with them long after the movie is over.
In between all of the panels and special screenings at Comic-Con 2012, we found some time to talk to fans all decked out in costume and ask them to reenact their favorite movie death scenes. From saying a romantic goodbye to melting faces, these fans have some serious deathod acting chops.
Don't worry. The only reason you may need a hanky after watching this video is because you'll be laughing so much at these hilarious reenactments that it just might make you cry.
Now that "The Amazing Spider-Man" has finally swung into theaters, has the long-awaited reboot been worth the wait?
NextMovie senior editor Brooke Tarnoff and Eric Ditzian of MTV News sat down with Josh Wigler of MTV Movies Blog to talk about what they loved and didn't love so much about "The Amazing Spider-Man" in this video from MTV Movies Blog. These film buffs weigh in on the cast, Spider-Man's foe and Tobey Maguire versus Andrew Garfield. Plus, they predict which much-missed actor will be joining the reboot.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" hits theaters today, so check out the video above before you make the movie a part of your July 4 plans.
Gotye's smash hit single "Somebody That I Used to Know" is undoubtedly the biggest song of the year. And "Star Wars" is undoubtedly the biggest film franchise of all time. So what happens when you put the two together?
Well, you get the biggest viral video of the summer, that's what.
Are you ready for "The 'Star Wars' That I Used to Know?" Get More »
Fans of science fiction have come to love George Takei as Sulu on "Star Trek," an outspoken civil rights advocate in his personal life, and a guy who looks darn good in pleated slacks and a polo. But perhaps the most important role in of his career is that of mediator between two of Hollywood's premier nutcases.
Hot on the heels of William Shatner and Carrie Fisher's videos arguing the relative merits of "Star Trek" and "Star Wars" comes Takei's own YouTube contribution.
So what does he choose? Like anyone who's had to stop two children from fighting over a toy, Takei takes the high road by introducing a distraction in the form of a common enemy to create peace between the feuding sides. Get More »
There are some age-old questions that beg to be answered -- why are we here? Could Van Damme beat Stallone in a thumb war? When Ryan Gosling runs for President, will anyone have the heart to tell him no?
And then there are some, like the relative merits of "Star Wars" versus "Star Trek" that may never find a resolution… until now.
Sci-fi legends William Shatner and Carrie Fisher have taken to the internet to prove once and for all which beloved franchise is the best. Get More »