Have you ever wondered by Olivia Wilde's last name is "Wilde"? Don't just assume that its some sexy-sounding stage name. Her last name is "Wilde" because she has a love of every creature in the animal kingdom.
On the latest episode of After Hours, Wilde and MTV News' Josh Horowitz explore the amazing world of wild animals, and they'll even have a few special —
Wait, no, I'm being told that I legally cannot promise anything like what I was going to promise.
Learn all about it on the newest edition of After Hours!
By Tara Fowler
The "Incredible Burt Wonderstone" conjures itself into theaters this Friday. Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi star as two Vegas magicians who must team up to take on a new breed of illusionist: a street performer played by Jim Carrey. In honor of this new feature (which will find itself dueling a wizard at the box office this weekend), we combed the Internet for five interesting facts you may not know about one of the world's most elusive arts.
The fine folks over at Film.com headed to central Texas for a little something the locals like to call SXSW. Now that most of the movie-related festivities have wrapped up in Austin, it's time we take a look at what SXSW turned up.
Clip past the jump for our roundup of Film.com reviews from SXSW!
A big part of being a comedian is being able to perform without any boundaries. When Steve Carell and Jim Carrey stopped by After Hours to talk with MTV News' Josh Horowitz about "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone," they proved that by showing they have none at all.
The latest episode of After Hours is both a lesson in comedy and in personal space. As you can see, both Carrey and Carell have no problems with getting as intimate as possible, even if they're just talking about their new movie, which hits theaters this Friday, March 15.
Check out the latest episode of After Hours above!
FROM MTV NEWS
"Kick-Ass" fans have waited nearly three years to travel back to the world of the titular hero and his foul-mouth, teenage partner Hit-Girl, and after the back and forth of "will they, won't they" questioning, MTV News has your exclusive NSFW first look at the sequel.
"Kick-Ass 2" picks up where the 2010 Matthew Vaughn movie left off. Aaron Taylor-Johnson is back as Kick-Ass, the normal guy hero that starts a revolution of masked vigilantes. Chloë Grace Moretz may not be as shockingly young as she was in the original, but she hasn't lost any of that Hit-Girl edge.
Joining them is Jim Carrey, who looks nearly unrecognizable as Colonel Stars and Stripes.
Check out the NSFW trailer for "Kick-Ass 2" above!
After getting Up Close and personal with MTV News' Josh Horowitz, Steve Carell and Jim Carrey presented an exclusive clip from their new movie as a part of "MTV First: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone."
The comedy, which opens in theaters on Friday (3/15), tells the story of rival magicians — one old-school, the other a Criss Angel-style street performer — who duke it out for a highly competitive gig. In this exclusive clip, we see the beginnings of the rivalry.
After watching Carrey's Steve Gray perform an illusion, Carell's Burt tries speaking with him about coming to a future performance of his own. Gray responds in a not-too-grateful manner.
Check out the exclusive clip from "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" above!
Are you ready for two of the funniest men in the world to share a couch for an exclusive 30-minute interview and present a clip from their new movie "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone"? If you're not, you better get ready because Steve Carell and Jim Carrey are taking over MTV and MTV.com starting at 7:56 p.m. ET for an MTV First.
The two stars will be sitting down with MTV News' Josh Horowitz to talk about magic, future projects, and what brought them together again, and when it's Carell and Carrey we're talking about, you can bet that things are going to get a little out of control.
It all starts right here at 7:56 p.m ET, so stick with MTV and MTV.com for MTV First: "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone"!
By Joel Hanek
Much like Clark Kent and Superman, there's not much of a difference between Nick Offerman and his internet demi-god alter-ego Ron Swanson — in fact, the "Parks and Rec" star owns and operates his very own successful woodworking shop.
With the 2013 MTV Movie Awards only a month away, we'd be remiss if we didn't get the expert consultation on the signature Golden Popcorn trophy from the mustachioed dead-pan craftsman. Offerman, who swung by the MTV Studios promoting his new indie flick "Somebody Up There Likes Me", had some first impressions:
"It feels like my jeans are growing uncomfortably tight — woah, that is turgid."
Rebel Wilson, the star and host of the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, has taken on a complete action star persona for her new gig, and the latest promo for the biggest night in movies proves that for such an enormous star, she can still work with a partner, especially if that wing man has the abs of Golden Popcorn nominee Channing Tatum.
In the new teaser for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, Wilson and Tatum attempt to make a getaway in a limo from the upcoming movie "White House Down." Wilson needs to get into position so she can fire her RPG at their pursuers, but the only way to do that is to straddle Tatum and have him take off his shirt. It's the only way.
Will Jennifer Lawrence get her silver lining in the form of a Golden Popcorn? Which beefcake will sizzle in our brand-new Best Shirtless Performance category? It's up to you to decide the winners of the 2013 MTV Movie Awards! Vote now, and tune in Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. ET, as star Rebel Wilson takes the stage at the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City, California.
Two of the world's greatest
magicians comedians, Steve Carell and Jim Carrey are coming to "MTV First" to thrill and amaze you in anticipation of their next big collaboration, "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone."
Carell and Carrey will bring the magic to you on MTV this Tuesday (March 12) at 7:56 p.m. ET with an exclusive clip from their upcoming movie. Immediately afterward, the duo will head to MTV.com where they'll be sitting down for a fantastical 30-minute interview with MTV News' Josh Horowitz.
But for this one, they're going to need a volunteer (or two) from the audience. If you'd like to get your question for Jim Carrey or Steve Carell answered, you'll have to tweet them @MTVNews, using the hash-tag #MTVFirst and #AskBurt.
"MTV First: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" kicks off on MTV at 7:56 p.m. ET this Tuesday (March 12) with Steve Carell and Jim Carrey presenting an exclusive clip, then heading to MTV.com to take your questions.