One of the many new film projects that Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson has been working on, "Blood Out" brings together "50," Luke Goss, Val Kilmer and more for a bloody action flick about a small town sheriff (Goss) going undercover to avenge his slain brother's murder. Along the way he runs into Fif, and...well, you can see what happens in the clip below.
"Blood Out" hits DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Digital Download and On Demand on April 26.
One of my favorite films of last year was Tony Scott's "Unstoppable," a tight action flick starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine. In the movie, a runaway train speeds towards a populated area with only our two stars between it and certain destruction.
The film is now on Blu-ray and DVD, and to celebrate we got an exclusive clip from the release. Check it out above, and tell us what you think in the comments section below or on Twitter!
Way back in 2003, an action thriller came out called "S.W.A.T.," starring Colin Farrell, Sam Jackson, Jeremy Renner, Michele Rodriguez and LL Cool J. The film was based on a 1970's television series about a group of elite cops taking on the bad guys, and the movie was more or less a fun ride. Now come March 1, we'll get "S.W.A.T.: Firefight," a DVD flick which also draws its inspiration from the TV show.
This time the stars are Gabriel "The Spirit" Macht, Robert "Terminator 2" Patrick, Kristanna "Terminator 3" Loken and, making his film debut, rap star Tony Yayo. In the scene below, a supermarket robbery gone bad results in Tony Yayo taking hostages as the S.W.A.T. team takes position. Check it out!
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It's been more than two years since "Deadwood" fans got the news they'd been dreading...the critically-acclaimed HBO Western was as dead as the decomposing bodies in Wu's pig pen. The two planned TV movies -- originally announced to wrap up loose ends -- would not be happening, and viewers sobbed in dismay as the show's elaborate sets were broken down. It seemed the history was written on one of the best shows of all time. Or was it?
In an interview with MTV News, star Ian McShane, who portrayed menacing bar owner Al Swearengen, reveals that "Deadwood" creator David Milch has been talking about a return to Sheriff Bullock's dusty town, which is in stark contrast to the dead-as-a-doornail comments we've heard in the past. "You never know," he told us. "Don't say no."
The Irish actor said he's spoken to Milch about a "Deadwood" resurgence but the creator has yet to approach HBO. "I've always have a sneaking thing in the back of my mind that that would be the best comeback ever," said McShane, who's soon to be seen onscreen as the iconic buccaneer Blackbeard in "The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides." "There's unfinished business. It was a great show." Read More...
There's perhaps nothing more intimate than the pictures that result from a photo booth, which is why we always look forward to seeing what we get from Sundance. So far we've had everyone from Ben Foster and Peter Dinklage to Elizabeth Olsen and Amy Ryan come through MTV's studio.
One such fantastic photo is below, featuring Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones, stars of the incredibly well reviewed Sundance flick "Like Crazy." Take a gander at it below, and then click here to check out all our other photo booth pics.
Sure, Sundance has its fair share of celebrities, movies and fancy Hollywood parties. But it's also a showcase for up-and-coming music artists, who play in different venues and events throughout the festival. Case in point Caitlin Moe, who together with DJ Mia Moretti, totally rocked a stringed version of MGMT's indie hit "Kids" at the "Day & Night Sundance presented by Bertaud Belieu and Silvercup Studios" event.
It was a pretty awesome set, and we've got an exclusive taste of it below so check it out. And don't forget to check out our interview with the Hemsworth brothers at Oakley/Muscle Milk event
One of my favorite promising young actresses is Jess Weixler, who turned in a great memorable performance in the 2007 Sundance film, "Teeth," which found her having a set of jaws down below. She's back again for "The Lie," and while in town she and her co-stars Mark Webber and "The Blair Witch Chronicles" Joshua Leonard dropped by the MTV studio for a fun interview and a candid photo in our celebrity photo booth.
Check out Jess, Joshua and Mark in the photo below and then click here to check out more from our photo booth, which features Elizabeth Olsen, Peter Dinklage, Amy Ryan and more.
I'll admit it, I have a thing for Eliza Dushku. And so does the camera, judging by the lovely photos snapped of the erstwhile "Buffy" star here at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Eliza was snapped on the streets of Park City, Utah while engaged in some hot coffee (or maybe hot chocolate) consumption.
She's just one of hundreds of celebrities sweeping through the annual film fest, most of whom we're talking to (click here to check out our latest coverage). And don't forget to click on the image below to see Eliza in all her full glory, along with other Hollywood talent.
Who knew insurance conventions could be so much fun? That's the gist of the heavily-hyped Sundance comedy "Cedar Rapids," where Ed Helms is sent to the Midwestern city for an annual trade show. He's soon taken under the wing of three show veterans including John C. Reilly, who proceed to show him one hell of a time.
In the exclusive clip below, you'll get a taste of just how tumultuous his adventures are. Fans of HBO's "The Wire" should take special note of the vehicle's driver, Isiah Whitlock, Jr., who played councilman Clay Davis in the gritty series.
You can say a lot of things about the Sundance Film Festival, but nobody will ever claim that it doesn't have its moments of surrealism. Case in point the photo below, featuring movie star Susan Sarandon playing ping-pong against none other than Grammy winning rap artist Lil Jon. Susan's love for the game has been known for a while -- she's been seen in New York City battling in Washington Square Park, for example -- but even frequent celebrity watchers have to take a moment to drink this in...
Want more photos from the 2011 Sundance Film Festival? Click here.