Didn't we tell you "Cabin in the Woods" is a film you should see? Never doubt us. We're not the only ones watching it, as "Prometheus" executive producer Damon Lindelof clearly agrees. With a reaction like this, we can only imagine the twists and surprises that await those of you who have yet to see the film. He's not the only one pouring out love for "Cabin," as you'll see in this week's Twitter-Wood. Just beware of reading reviews, we hear spoilers are afoot!
Speaking of Joss Whedon, writer Warren Ellis tweeted about working with Whedon on "Wastelanders." It's potentially his next project taking the form of a web-series Whedon described as "very dark and very grown-up, but it's the next thing that I want to say..." Fingers crossed!
Also see what Olivia Wilde is listening to and Yvette Brown and Edward Norton are watching in April 11, 2012's Twitter-Wood.
The two actors who play Spock, our favorite logical Vulcan in "Star Trek," not only discuss the films, but banter back and forth on Twitter, too. Zachary Quinto tweeted a picture of the New York City skyline with a comment that he "can't sleep without the sirens."
To which Leonard Nimoy replied, "We can arrange to have a siren installed in your front yard. #LLAP" At first, his choice of hashtag threw us off. LLAP? Love Loud Announcing Protocol? Is that his club for city dwellers who love the sirens when police cars and ambulances drive by? That can't be right. Then, it hit us. Live long and prosper. Duh. We can hear everyone over at Splash Page weeping for our sakes.
Here's what the rest of the celebs are saying in April 9, 2012's Twitter-Wood.
The re-release of "Titanic" in 3-D allows a whole new generation to experience the film. Kate Winslet even told MTV News that with the movie back in theaters, her children will see it for the very first time. But what about us veterans?
We know the story, we know the characters and no matter how many times we will it, the ending never changes. The ship still sinks, Rose still doesn't try to make room for Jack on that driftwood and Jack still dies in the end. We own it on VHS, DVD and now Blu-ray, not to mention all the times we saw it in theaters when it first came out. So, why trek all the way to a theater and shell out even more money to see it again? Well, we can give you five reasons while we'll be in the theater this weekend sailing away with Jack and Rose on the same doomed voyage.
Can you imagine Liam Neeson taking you out for a drink? We would expect to sit down at the bar for not even five minutes before some psychotic villain began gunning the place down. The next thing we know, Neeson is saving our lives in some action sequence that ends with an explosion and involves us standing up from behind the bar when it's over to see debris flying everywhere.
That's how you pictured it, too, right? No? OK... maybe it's a little far fetched. But in the least, being around Neeson would be extremely intimidating, and we aren't the only ones who think so. Brooklyn Decker, Neeson's co-star and daughter in the film "Battleship," agrees.
When our MTV News correspondent mentioned that Neeson is quite scary in the upcoming action movie, Decker replied, "He's supposed to be. You know, it's funny 'cause Liam's incredibly intimidating. He's 6'5", he's huge and he's Liam Neeson. He's been in 'Star Wars.' He's a legend."
The "Savages" trailer you've all been waiting for is here! With an all-star cast including Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Johnson, Blake Lively, John Travolta and Salma Hayek, our expectations are high and the trailer hints that they'll be met.
The scintillating preview of the Oliver Stone flick opens with O (Lively) stating: "Just 'cause I'm telling you this story doesn't mean I'm alive at the end of it. It's that kind of a story where things just got so out of control."