Today marks the release of "The Last Exorcism: Part II," a continuation of the story of Nell Sweetzer that looks completely different from the found footage original. To get a sense of the new perspective, you can check out the first scene from the sequel, which just went up over at Yahoo! Movies.
The scene begins with a simple, scary premise. A couple lies in bed, and when the wife gets up, someone (or something) replaces her next to the husband. It's an unsettling set-up that pays off with a creepy search through the house for the chilly invader.
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, the stars of the new comedy "Admission," know their way around the galaxy far, far away, so it only seemed appropriate for their interview with MTV News' Josh Horowitz that they play a round of F---, Marry, Kill with "Star Wars" characters.
For their answers, both Fey and Rudd were logical and straightforward. You always kill the most evil... or default to Jar Jar. And you marry Boba Fett because he's a working man and bring home that sweet, sweet bounty hunter bacon.
Check out the latest episode of After Hours above!
From the trailers and TV ads, "21 and Over" might seem like a run-of-the-mill college party movie, but what you might not have been able to pick up on from the previews is the talent of the actors behind the three lead characters, Miles Teller, Skylar Astin, and Justin Chon.
In anticipation of the release of "21 and Over" on March 1, we're bringing you an exclusive look at Teller's character Miller, the wise-ass motor mouth that encourages the drunken night of 21-year-old festivities at the center of the movie.
Teller gives Miller a lovable smart ass spin that's absolutely necessary for a movie like this. Check out some of his more outrageous insults and one-liners in the video above!
Poor Nell Sweetzer just can't seem to catch a break. This weekend sees the opening of "The Last Exorcism: Part II," in which the evil that haunted Nell in the first film returned for, well, round two. Worried the same will happen to you?
Never fear! We decided to educate ourselves on exorcisms, so that if a demon ever comes a-knocking, we'll know what to do. Read on!
Yes, Ewan McGregor and Stanley Tucci are two actors in the upcoming fantasy adventure "Jack the Giant Slayer," but did you know that Ewan McGregor and Stanley Tucci are also two actors with fabulous hair in the upcoming fantasy adventure "Jack the Giant Slayer"?
MTV News' Amy Wilkinson headed to jolly old England to speak with the two gentlemen actors about their 'dos in "Jack" and to find out which had the better haircuts.
"[McGregor] does because it's real," Tucci said.
And McGregor couldn't help but agree. "I had a great haircut in this film," he said.
You can see for yourself which actor takes the top hair honors when "Jack the Giant Slayer" opens in theaters tomorrow, March 1.
When you're watching a horror movie, do you ever stop to think how you would react if you actually encountered the on-screen creature in real life? If it's "The Last Exorcism: Part II" that we're talking about, you'd probably react just like these unfortunate salon customers.
In this prank set up to promote the sequel to the Eli Roth-produced faux-documentary, an outrageously flexible girl appears, poses, and crab walks the for the frightened patrons of a beauty salon. Not to ruin the video, they do not handle their encounter with the supernatural well.
"The Last Exorcism: Part II" opens in theaters on Friday.
Everyone knows that Will Ferrell, the man behind Ron Burgundy, Ricky Bobby, and Frank the Tank, is one funny dude, but MTV will officially declare him a Comic Genius at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, airing live, Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. ET, with "Pitch Perfect" actress Rebel Wilson starring as host.
But now that we have a Comedic Genius for the show, we're going to need some nominees too. Luckily, MTV has that covered too. MTV News' Josh Horowitz will join Wilson on MTV to announce the nominees live on March 5 for the "2013 MTV Movie Awards Nominations Spectacular."
Starting at 7:58 p.m. ET, they will be taking over MTV to announce who will be up for Movie of the Year, and then online immediately afterward to reveal the rest of the categories, including two new ones, Best Shirtless Performance and Best Musical Moment.
Will Bella's swan song include a fifth Best Kiss trophy? 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 beginning March 5, 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.
By and large, Sunday's Oscar telecast was amiable, inoffensive entertainment and not, like last year, a flaming heap of twisted WTF. Seth McFarlane proved to be a toothy, totally game host, and there were enough oddball surprises both in terms of the winners (say what, two-time Academy Award winner Christoph Waltz?) and what appeared on stage (First Lady Michelle Obama, you looked lovely).
Still, like every telecast, it felt like there were a few missed opportunities that could have been exploited for maximum entertainment value.
Every awards show, especially the Oscars, depends on the reaction shots from the audience for entertainment. Seeing how a celebrity reacts to a well-worded quip — or one of Seth MacFarlane's jokes, boom — can provide just as many laughs as the gag itself.
That's why the folks over at Next Movie have put together a supercut of the 33 best reaction shots from the Academy Awards. It's all there: Tommy Lee Jones laughing, Jack's disbelief, and Joaquin Phoenix's unbelievable amount of discomfort.
A big night in Hollywood for the Oscars meant a pretty light weekend everywhere else at the box office. The Melissa McCarthy holdover "Identity Thief" reclaimed its top spot on the charts in its third week in release and beat Dwayne Johnson's latest action effort "Snitch." The comedy took in a modest $14 million ahead of "Snitch"'s $13 million.
Perhaps the most surprising story of the weekend came from "A Good Day to Die Hard." Last week's champion suffered a pretty massive drop-off, falling 60 percent in its second weekend, taking in just $10 million, good enough for a fifth place finish.
The other debut of the weekend, "Dark Skies," opened just behind "Die Hard" with $8.8 million.