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Via MTV News — Everyone loves reading critics' takedowns of movies, so much so that Roger Ebert even put out a book called "Your Movie Sucks."
But you probably didn't realize that the harshest movie critics are the movies themselves.
We've put together a supercut showing that this year's movies seemed to have a bit of a self-esteem problem. Wondering what the makers of"After Earth" thought of their film? You'll see star Jaden Smith proclaim "That sucked," while his father Will tells him "That is correct." Want to explain the failure of "The Internship?" John Goodman can help you out by looking straight at Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn and telling them "You two are dinosaurs, face it." How does Halle Berry feel about being in "The Call"? Well, as she says, "Sometimes we all get into situations that sometimes get out of our control."
Read more at MTV News.
The trailer for "X-Men: Days of Future Past" dropped earlier this week, and while it surely excited fans of the previous films and the comics, it came across as a bit confusing for those that didn't already know what was going to be happening. So, our good friends over at MTV News got director Bryan Singer on the phone to answer some of the biggest questions. Get More »
Put on your seatbelt, it's gonna be a bumpy ride.
There's nothing we love more than a good car crash. Something about the metal-on-metal action triggers the daredevil in us, makes us stare in awe and glee at the wreckage. But as car crashes became more common, directors had to figure out more and more inventive ways of redefining the car crash game. Simply put, cars sometimes crash into the darndest things.
Ever wanted to see a car blow up a helicopter? "Live Free or Die Hard" has you covered. Michael Bay makes sure no fruit stand or water canisters are safe in "The Rock," while "Cannonball Run" gets its cars to cool off by taking a nice dip in the pool. You'll see all that and plenty more in the our mashup, compiled by Avaryl Halley. Be sure to watch till the end, which proves cars can truly crash through anything. And next time you get behind the wheel, remember: no texting, cause if you're not paying attention, this could happen to you.
Joey King is living every girl's dream.
King, whose credits include "Ramona and Beezus" and "Oz the Great and Powerful," revealed what it was like to star opposite the heartthrob and new dad at the "White House Down" press junket in Washington, D.C.
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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