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All anybody could talk about yesterday was that "Game of Thrones" episode. You know the one. The one that probably made you cry. We brought you MTV Geek's video recap, featuring Felicia Day, and today, we've done our best to collect reactions from celebrity fans on Twitter.

Click past the jump to see our roundup of Twitter reactions from celebrities and one very special Vine from a star of the show.

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If "A Good Day to Die Hard" is about something other than explosions, it's about family... and John McClane being pissed off at his smart-ass kid.

In this exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette from the set of the fifth "Die Hard" movie, Willis and his new on-screen son Jai Courtney talk about what makes the father-son dynamic work, and we get to see some insane stunts in the process.

"A Good Day To Die Hard" hits Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow, June 4.

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Before Adam Sandler reunites with the "Grown Ups" gang once again, in the sequel due out this July, he will head to MTV this Wednesday, June 5, to debut a never-before-seen clip from the movie at 7:56 p.m. ET.

Immediately afterward, Sandler move to MTV.com for an exclusive 30-minute sit down with MTV News' Josh Horowitz, where he'll answer all of our questions and the ones you tweet @MTVNews using the hashtag #AskAdam. All you'll have to do is tweet your questions and tune in on Wednesday to see if yours made the cut.

"Grown Ups 2" opens in theaters on July 12.

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Star wars

By Ryan Rigley

As if one movie franchise wasn't enough, last week, Daniel Radcliffe threw his proverbial sorting hat into the ring for the new "Star Wars" trilogy. "Franchise mustn’t become a dirty word," the former "Harry Potter" star proclaimed. "If directors like J. J. Abrams and Joss Whedon keep doing what they’re doing, it won’t be. I’d love to be part of one again. Maybe not leading it: a nice supporting role. In Star Wars? Yeah, that’d be awesome."

You know what else would be awesome? J. J. Abrams sticking some of those memorable minor characters from the original "Star Wars" trilogy into "Episode VII." Take Wicket Warrick for instance, who played an instrumental part of the Alliance's efforts during the Battle of Endor at the end of "Return of the Jedi."

Who?
Born and raised in the Bright Tree Village on the forest moon of Endor, Wicket Wystri Warrick is the great grandson of famed Ewok warrior Erpham Warrick. He has two brothers, Weechee and Willy, and has developed very close friendships with Teeboo (apprentice of the Ewok sorcerer Logray) and Princess Kneesaa throughout the course of his life.

Wicket is perhaps best remembered for his keen sense of adventure and bravery, which served him best during the galaxy-changing Battle of Endor. With the help of Wicket and his Ewok brethren, the Rebel Alliance was able to destroy the Empire's secret shield generator and blow up the second Death Star.

Why?
Despite his small stature, Wicket is one of the few Ewoks on Endor capable of wielding the mysterious powers of the Force. Whilst studying, for a brief time, under Logray (the Ewok Shaman and medicine man), Wicket demonstrates his prowess with the Force as a result of being able to utilize Logray's Staff of Power. He is also one of the only Ewoks able to see and communicate with Force ghosts, specifically that of his great grandfather Erpham.

How?
A time after their victory during the Battle of Endor, Wicket is elected the new Chief of Bright Tree Village; alongside his long-time friend and wife Princess Kneesaa. That being said, if Luke Skywalker and company were to travel at all to Endor during the next "Star Wars"
trilogy, it'd make perfect sense if they were greeted by their old friend (and now Chief) Wicket Warrick. Either that, or Wicket could be seen at the new Jedi temple training to become the galaxy's first Ewok Jedi.

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By Amelia Mularz

America's favorite meme (sorry, "McKayla is Not Impressed") just inked a movie deal. Grumpy Cat, the perpetually pissed-off feline, will star in an upcoming family comedy flick. The deal was orchestrated by agent Ben Lashes, who also reps Keyboard Cat and Nyan Cat (clearly this guy's got a lot of pull).

Talk of a Grumpy Cat movie comes on the heels of a book deal and a beverage line — reportedly she's primed to release cat-inspired coffee drinks (not even making that up).

With all the of hubbub surrounding this kitty, we thought we'd offer up a little advice to help her keep things real when she heads off to Hollywood. Grumpy Cat, if you can read this through your misery, take note:

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FROM NEXT MOVIE

The "Fast & Furious" series features some of the most powerful cars to ever hit the street, but what if you took away those rides? Would the franchise still pack the punch that has been entertaining fans for 12 years?

The folks over at Next Movie have done us all the favor of seeing what the crew from "Fast & Furious 6" would look like if you put them into children's toy cars. The results might surprise you.

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By Chris Kim

Imagine a world where crime and unemployment are nonexistent because, for one night a year, all criminal activity is legal. Emergency services are suspended for this 12-hour period so that the whole country can regulate itself without fear of punishment. Take that premise, set it up as a home invasion thriller with stars Ethan Hawke and "Game of Thrones" star Lena Headey as a loving couple under attack, and you have "The Purge." (Think "Battle Royale" meets "Panic Room.")

Ethan Hawke plays James Sandin, a man who has made a small fortune selling home safety systems to residents in his gated, upper-class community. The story kicks off when their young son, Charlie, saves a black homeless man from a group of armed and masked intruders wearing prep school uniforms. The group descends on the house, demanding the Sandins return the man they are rightfully allowed to hunt or risk being hunted themselves. While we won't spoil the film, the film deals with both issues of class and race while also showcasing violent scenes involving young children.

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Will Smith

By Tara Fowler

After Memorial Day's record-breaking weekend, how will proven summer star Will Smith (alongside his son Jaden — and, erm, M. Night Shyamalan, but let's forget about that) fare at the box office this coming weekend? Only time will tell, but until then, here are six facts you may not have known about the Fresh Prince.

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This past Sunday (May 26) marked the 20th anniversary of the seminal film from the Hughes Brothers, "Menace II Society." To commemorate the occasion, the two stars of the film, Larenz Tate and Tyrin Turner, will be stopping by RapFix Live to sit down and talk with Sway about the film's influence, especially on rap culture, all of these years later.

RapFix Live begins today (5/29) at 4 p.m. ET, and that's when you'll be able to see our exclusive sit-down with Turner and Tate about the importance of "Menace II Society" and why it still matters today.

Check it all out in the video player above starting at 4 p.m. ET.

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FROM NEXT MOVIE

For the past few years, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has made a hobby of joining a movie franchise already in progress and making it way better. "The Mummy Returns" may have been a rocky start to The Rock's movie saving, but the power of "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island," "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," and the "Fast & Furious" series cannot be denied.

If you needed any further proof of The Rock's ability to instantly improve any movie, the folks over at Next Movie have edited him into classic movies just to make that point. Now you can see the former professional wrestler in films like "E.T.," "Casablanca," and, of course, "The Rock."

Check it out in the video above!

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