The MTV Movie Awards are taking place in just two short days, which means that set up for the show is in high gear. We have some awesome behind-the-scenes shots from the inside of the Movie Awards arena that show where some of the hottest attendees will be sitting.
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Kerry Washington and Amanda Seyfried are the lucky ladies who get to sit next to Brad Pitt, while "Star Trek Into Darkness" stars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana are sitting behind them. Meanwhile Emma Watson will be reunited with her "Perks of Being a Wallflower" costar Logan Lerman, and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis seem to have a whole bunch of seats to themselves.
All together now: "Flavor Flaaaav!" It's been announced that MTV's favorite rapper-turned-"Flavor of Love" reality star is going to be a part of the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday when he hosts NextMovie's red carpet show.
"I'm looking forward to rockin' the red carpet the MTV Movie Awards," Flavor Flav said of the opportunity. "I can't wait for the opportunity!"
We all know what zombies are, right? They either walk or sprint — depending on your preference — and in general, they tend to feed on the flesh of the living. That's a pretty basic definition of what was at one time in the last few years the trendiest of all movie monsters.
Ironically, all of the preview material for "World War Z," which is based on the book by famed zombie writer Max Brooks with the "Z" obviously standing for zombie, is seemingly trying to hide that those crazed hordes chasing after Brad Pitt and his family are something other than the reanimated corpses of the undead.
Let's say it all together: 'World War Z' is about zombies!!! That feels better.
Check out the new trailer after the jump!
Speaking with MTV News' Josh Horowitz and VH1's Janell Snowden on the red carpet at the Oscars, "Zero Dark Thirty" star Jason Clarke played coy about his latest role, the lead in Matt Reeves' "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," only giving the vaguest detail about his character. "I play a guy who's trying to save humanity," he said, ruling out a motion-capture ape performance. (Or did he?!?!)
But it was the news about Clarke's project after "Apes" that piqued our interest. "Then I'm doing a film with Gaghan after that, Stephen Gaghan. It's called 'Candy Store,'" Clarke said. "I can't tell you what it's about."
So much for the plan for Brad Pitt to star in David Fincher's "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea." According to a new report, the actor is no longer a prospective part of the project.
The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed Pitt's departure (if he ever was attached), but it's not all bad news for the Jules Verne adaptation. Apparently the Australian government has offered Walt Disney Pictures a 30 percent rebate if the studio opts to film the movie down under.
Super Bowl XLVII, we're told, is an upcoming sports game that lots of people are looking forward to, and while we're just as excited about this Sunday, our anticipation lies between the whistles, during the commercial breaks.
The major studios have shelled out $4 million per 30-second spot, so they'll be doing their best to make their line-up of movies look as thrilling as possible.
We've broken down what will premiere during the game below and put down our predictions for what we'll see and what we hope to see.
A new video from Screen Rant boils Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Trilogy" down to three minutes. If you don't have seven and a half hours to sink rewatching the movies, this will do just fine.
Also, get a glimpse at "Grown-Ups 2" in today's Dailies!
A few months ago, Quentin Tarantino told Total Film that he believes "Inglourious Basterds" and the recently released "Django Unchained" "bespeak a trilogy," but that he wasn't quite sure what the third leg would be.
Well, he might have an idea now.
In an interview with The Root (via Empire), Tarantino revealed an unused storyline from his longer version of "Basterds" that could make up the third installment of his trilogy.
Learn more about "Killer Crow" after the jump!
Looking forward to this year of movies, two films held special spots on my "Most Anticipated" list. They were "Killing Them Softly," then known as "Cogan's Trade," and "Lawless," then known as "The Wettest County in the World." Title downgrades aside, both films nearly guaranteed my enjoyment based solely on their premises and the talent behind them, but what I didn't factor into the equation was one of 2012's Big Stories: gangster fatigue.
"Killing Them Softly" and "Lawless" come from two of Australia's best working filmmakers, Andrew Dominik and John Hillcoat, respectively. Both directors have made westerns that rank in my personal list for the best films of the past decade. Dominik's "The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford" bombed initially but has earned a cult status in the years afterward, and Hillcoat's "The Proposition" has few equals when it comes to beauty and brutality. So of course either one is capable of making a classic crime movie.
FROM MTV NEWS
It was a hard-fought battle for box office supremacy, but at the end of the day, it's still very hard to kill a vampire.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" once again claimed the top spot at theaters for the third week in a row, barely beating out Britain's finest, James Bond in "Skyfall." The holdovers dominated in a soft weekend for new releases.
The finale of Stephenie Meyers' vampire series took in an additional $17.4 million, bringing its worldwide total past the $700 million mark, while "Skyfall" came up just short with $17 million.
"Killing Them Softly," the latest from Brad Pitt and director Andrew Dominik, provided journalists with generous fodder for bad headline puns, debuting in seventh place with $7 million.
Head over to MTV News for your full box office report.