Another clip from "Star Trek Into Darkness" has hit the web, on the very same that the cast and director J.J. Abrams will take over MTV for MTV First. At 7:56 p.m. ET tonight, the crew of the Starship Enterprise and their newest adversary, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, will join Abrams to present another clip and then sit down for a 30-minute interview with MTV News' Josh Horowitz on MTV.com immediately afterwards.
This clip, which comes courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter, brings Kirk and the captive John Harrison face-to-face—with a thick pane of glass between them.
You can just see the kind of evil that Cumberbatch is going to bring to the character, making us even more excited than we were before.
Watch the clip after the jump!
With "The World's End," Edgar Wright brings the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, a series of films starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, to a close. The first UK trailer for the final installment just debuted over at MSN UK, and it already looks like the final leg of the trilogy could live up to the high standard set by "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz."
"The World's End" tells the story of five friends on a mission: to complete the 12-bar pub crawl that they failed to finish in their youth. Things have changed in the lives of the chums, but Pegg's Gary is determined to get the band back together. What he wasn't expecting what the pub crawl's location to change so much as well.
Take a look at the first trailer for "The World's End" after the jump!
After years of waiting, the first footage from Alfonso Cuaron's first film since "Children of Men," "Gravity," is now online. In a teaser for the full trailer, which drops tomorrow, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney face outer space peril when their shuttle is destroyed.
Even in the brief clip, you can already see the impressive effects work that has taken a long time to perfect.
Check out the teaser for "Gravity" after the jump!
The boys from Lonely Island have a brand new single, "Spring Break Anthem," and they went on Zach Galifianakis' talk show "Between Two Ferns" to perform it for the first time.
The segment transitions to a full-on spring break video, complete with a cameo from Alien aka James Franco and one other star that you'll have to watch to video to see. Plus, the song is solid. It's your typical Lonely Island jam. Hilarious, anti-bro, and utterly bizarre.
Check out the NSFW video after the jump!
After years and years of waiting to make it, Martin Scorsese will finally make his adaptation of "Silence," and he has found his lead. Andrew Garfield will headline with Ken Watanabe helping out.
Also, it's Spock versus Spock in today's Dailies!
It has to be difficult for the stars of movies that don't necessarily pay attention to the marketing to know what is and what isn't a secret in the weeks before the release.
Take Michelle Rodriguez and "Fast and Furious 6" for example. Back in February, Ain't It Cool News reported that they knew of a surprise cameo that would take place at the end of the movie and lead into the seventh installment.
Once the scoop hit, there wasn't much more to it than a waiting game, but now that the cast of "Fast and Furious 6" is making the press rounds, it was only a matter of time before someone asked. That's exactly what DesdeHollywood did, and we got our answer from Rodriguez.
Read more (spoilers) after the jump!
Not that this should come to as a surprise to anyone, but Tom Cruise wants to keep making movies. And his best bet right now is a little franchise enjoying a strong second wind called "Mission: Impossible." Since the fourth movie in the series, "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol," took over the world to the tune of $700 million, a fifth movie was inevitable. Now, according to Deadline, we can change "inevitable" to "happening."
Cruise has officially signed deals with Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions to star in and produce a fifth "Mission: Impossible" movie. J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot will once again develop the movie with Cruise and a yet-to-be-named director.
Read more after the jump!
Special effects legend and inspiration for many of today's most innovative directors, Ray Harryhausen has passed away at the age of 92. The iconic effects wizard created groundbreaking techniques that brought giant and horrifying monsters to life on the big screen for the first time.
Directors like Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson, and James Cameron count Harryhausen as one of their key influences.
The family of Ray Harryhausen released a full statement, which you can read after the jump!
With so much talk of how there will be eventually be a "Star Wars: Episode VII," the world needs a reminder that J.J. Abrams and company are actually going to have to film the thing at some point. It won't just appear one day in the summer of 2015 without some serious working going into it beforehand.
Thanks for an interview Abrams' producer, Bryan Burk, did with Collider, we have at least an idea of when production might actually begin.
According to Burk, filming on "Star Wars: Episode VII" will begin in early 2014, depending on how the script comes together and how other pieces, including schedules and location, fall into place.
Read else what Burk had to say after the jump!
The films of Australian director Baz Luhrmann are almost as well known for their unique use of music as they are for their frenetic visual style, and his latest film is no exception. To capture the excitement of Fitzgerald's Jazz Era in "The Great Gatsby," Luhrmann used a combination of musical stylings that include the age-defining genre, hip hop, and contemporary pop, all sung by some of today's biggest recording artists.
The way that Luhrmann went to all of these artists and musicians and involved them in the filmmaking process became like one big collaborative effort. An exclusive featurette about the production of the soundtrack explores how some of these songs came to be and what working on the album meant for the musicians.
The clip includes interview with artists like Jay-Z, Florence Welch, and the XX, all of whom explain what it was like working with Luhrmann, many saying that it was unlike anything they had done before.
Check out the featurette above. "The Great Gatsby" opens in theaters on Friday, May 10.