The first trailer for "Grown Ups 2," a sequel to the "Expendables" of 90s comedy stars, debuted online today and wastes no time reminding us of the one scene that played in every commercial for the original.
Once everyone has been reminded of the "chocolate wasted" joke from "Grown Ups," we get to move on to the latest round of slapstick gags, including a deer (yes, a deer) peeing (yes, peeing) on Adam Sandler (you get it).
We will give credit where credit is due however. Some guys from "Saturday Night Live," including Andy Samberg, Taran Killam, and Jorma Taccone, show up as a male cheerleading squad and do their best to freak out Kevin James.
Check out the first full trailer for "Grown Ups 2" after the jump!
Taking a look back on the biggest movies of 2012, what stands out is how many great heroes there were on the big screen. With so many superheroes, master thieves with hearts of gold, and warrior princesses, how could the 2013 MTV Movie Awards possibly not honor the Best Heroes of the year?
But to vote on Best Hero this year, you'll have to voice your opinion out loud. To vote, you'll have to include special hashtags in your tweets or in the captions of your Instagram photos.
Find out how to vote after the jump!
As you saw in the first trailer for "The Wolverine" last week, Hugh Jackman doesn't mess around. Back in the claws for the first time in years, Jackman knows how the turn the badass on like a switch.
That's why for the latest episode of After Hours, he's showing MTV News' Josh Horowitz a thing or two about being a tough guy in all situations.
You can't find your coupon for facial cleanser, be a tough guy. They're out of red velvet cupcakes, be a tough guy. It's that easy.
Check out the latest episode of "After Hours" above!
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We're not entirely sure if you've seen "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" by now, but if you haven't, there's a death about 20 minutes into the movie that should come as a surprise to anyone who hasn't seen the trailers, TV spots, or a synopsis of the toy-inspired sequel.
If you have, then you understand the shock (?) of seeing a headlining star bite the dust early in a big movie. "G.I. Joe" isn't the only example, however, and the folks over at Next Movie have put together an infographic that collects some of the most memorable early departures.
Check it out after the jump!
In 2010, an odd movie called "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief" opened. The movie, based on the books by Rick Riordan, satisfied fans and help to create a legion of followers for the young lead, Logan Lerman.
Since then, Lerman has made a name for himself in movies like "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," and now he has returned to the worlds of gods and their half-mortal offspring.
Earlier today, MTV News exclusively debuted the trailer for "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters," and now we're breaking it down to the moments that got us most excited.
By Ryan Rigley
Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford may still be in negotiations to reprise their roles as Luke, Leia and Han Solo respectively, but that doesn't necessarily mean that we'll be hearing any details about "Star Wars VII" any time soon. "I don't feel anything at the moment yet," Ford teases about his reported role in the new "Star Wars" trilogy. "I don't even want to discuss that. It's great. Ain't it great?"
Obviously, fan-favorite "Star Wars" characters (such as Han Solo) will be making an appearance in the new trilogy in some way, shape or form. But what's to become of all of those other "Star Wars" characters that aren't quite as well known? Characters like Nien Nunb for example, the pancake-faced alien who co-pilots the Millennium Falcon with Lando Calrissian during the Battle of Endor.
After spending some time as a "Wallflower," Logan Lerman is turning his sights back to the see for "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters," the sequel to his 2010 breakout "The Lightning Thief."
MTV News has your exclusive first look at the trailer, and if the preview of the movie is any indication, this thing is going to be big! Because those definitely are not sharks.
"Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters" arrives on August 16, so you'll have some time to study up on your Greek mythology. You can also catch up with Lerman on Rated MTV this Friday, April 5 on MTV.
What did you think of the first trailer for "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters"? Let us know in the comments below and on Twitter!
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It may have taken a year worth of waiting, but when "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" finally did arrive this past week, it came with a bang.
The action sequel, which stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Channing Tatum for all of 15 minutes, took in a truly impressive $132 million worldwide, with $50 million of that coming from the good old U.S. of A. The debut made for the second best Easter opening ever. Returns on "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" were so good, in fact, that producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura has already announced plans for a third movie.
The other major release of the week, Stephenie Meyer's "The Host," did not fare so well. The sci-fi adaptation took in only $11 million, good enough for just a sixth place finish, behind "Oz the Great and Powerful," now in its fourth week at theaters.
Head over to MTV News for you full box office report.
by Brett White
Before you see "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" in theaters this weekend, there's a little something you should know about the beloved 1980s G.I. Joe cartoon. Sure, it's about an elite force of American soldiers taking on the evil terrorism of Cobra. But for the most part, the show was next level crazy. The only show that could potentially out-crazy "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" is "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe," and that series isn't even set on Earth.
For a show ostensibly about real American heroes, "G.I. Joe" brought the bonkers. Narrowing the series' craziest episodes down was a hard task (almost as hard as the genetic pillaging Cobra undertook to create their master, Serpentor). Here are the five craziest episodes of "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero."
By now, you've probably heard that Emma Watson, the know-it-all wizard that won our hearts in the "Harry Potter" series and did it all over again in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," will be the recipient of the Trailblazer Award at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards.
Now, if you're familiar with Watson and her work, you know about her many, many trailblazing moments throughout her years on the screen. If you aren't so well-studied in the ways of "HP" and "Perks," we've assembled a quick refresher of all those moments that made the actress a worthy honoree.
Click past the jump to see our GIF guide to Emma Watson's most trailblazing moments.