If only we could turn that front page just a little bit! Simon Pegg teasingly tweeted out a picture of the screenplay for his next collaboration with Edgar Wright, "The World's End." The film is supposed to be the end of a trilogy for them, so expect big things, like for instance, the end of the world.
Plus, we have a scathing review of the "Hobbit" footage screened at CinemaCon, plus a different board game deserves a film adaptation in today's Dailies!
» Gilbert Cruz ranked all of Stephen King's 62 books so you don't have to! A fascinating list. [Vulture]
» Now, here's a board game that deserved the big screen treatment! [Reddit]
» In which Devin Faraci skewers the 48 frames-per-second "Hobbit" footage from CinemaCon. [Badass Digest]
» Vulture has put together a very handy visual guide to the summer movie season. I hope you still understand bar graphs. [Vulture]
» "GI Joe:Retaliation"'s Ray Stevenson is joing "Dexter" for season 7. I wonder if he'll be a bad guy who dies in the season finale. [EW.com]
» We knew that Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright have been collaborating on their latest project, but today, Pegg tweeted this picture. [Twitter]
Welcome to the Dailies, where the MTV Movies team runs down all the film and television news, odds and ends that are fit to print! From awesome fan art to obscure casting news, this is your place to feast on all the movie leftovers you didn't know you were hungry for.