As a movie fan, there are few things I enjoy more than Guy Pearce movies and Luc Besson movies. So fuse the two together into one far-out space-set thriller, and you know I'm going to be on board.
That's why I'm pretty pumped to host this exclusive "Lockout" poster here on Movies Blog. It's got Guy Pearce. It's got Maggie Grace. It's got an awesome future gun riddling bullets into who-knows-what. In short, it's awesome. Check it out in full past the break!
Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston are about to go off the grid for their upcoming comedy "Wanderlust," and they're going to take your questions before they do.
For MTV First, the duo will sit down with MTV News' Josh Horowitz to present a never-before-seen clip from "Wanderlust" and answer questions from you. All you have to do is submit your questions via MTV.com or Twitter using @MTVNews and the hashtag #MTVFirst or #AskWanderlust.
Then tune in to MTV at 7:56 p.m. on Wednesday, February 22 to see the clip. Immediately following on MTV.com, Rudd and Aniston will answer your questions during a 30-minute interview two days before the movie hits theaters on February 24.
by Ryan Rigley
Get up, stand up! It's finally here! Bob Marley fans have been eagerly awaiting a film that truly represents the music legend for who he was and what he stood for. Well, we here at MTV News have an exclusive first look at the poster for "Marley," the upcoming documentary about the life and times of the highly acclaimed musician.
Check it out past the jump!
by Ryan Rigley
Kate Upton seems to be popping up everywhere as of late, from the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue to the "Three Stooges" trailer. There's no getting around the fact that this blonde bombshell is a potential rising talent in the movie industry. With her recent stint in "Tower Heist" as Mr. Hightower's mistress, people all across the country have been practically begging to see more of the American model/actress.
Ms. Upton will, without a doubt, be cast in many of Hollywood's up and coming blockbusters because of her strikingly good looks and sense of humor. Why, she might even be the next Megan Fox! (But don't tell Megan Fox that.) Here's a list of movies that we think Kate Upton would be great in.
The MTV Movie Brawl 2012 has come to an end, and after an epic battle that clocked in with over three and a half million votes cast, only one film is still standing: Robert Pattinson's "Cosmopolis."
David Cronenberg's thriller about a limousine drive through Manhattan gone horribly wrong managed to topple incoming franchise "The Hunger Games," though not without a fight. Tributes gave it their all in the fight against "Cosmopolis," trading the top spot back-and-forth with Pattinson's latest all through the weekend. But early on Monday morning (January 23), "Cosmopolis" broke out with an insurmountable lead that fully clinched its place as the winner of the brawl for it all.
Although our beloved "Game of Thrones" didn't take home the top prize for Best Drama at the Golden Globes on Sunday, we can be very happy for the continued support and recognition of Best Supporting Actor winner Peter Dinklage. People should get used to seeing him win awards actually, because as long as the series continues, he will very likely be blowing our minds with his brilliant portrayal of Tyrion Lannister.
MTV News was lucky enough to attend HBO's fancy Globes after-party Sunday night at which we encountered Dinklage and his bright, shiny new award. After offering our sincerest congratulations, we asked him how much battle action Tyrion will be seeing next season, particularly with regard to that little event at Blackwater...
"I think there were some fans that were disappointed that the end of the first season there wasn't a battle. We do not disappoint this season," Dinklage promised. "I think my character steps to the front in terms of fighting."
The MTV Movie Brawl 2012 is officially on!
After the initial play-in and wild card rounds, 16 films have been selected to compete in a series of head-to-head single elimination matches in our March Madness-style bracket. In the end, only one of these flicks can be crowned the can't-miss movie of the year, and the choice is entirely up to YOU.
After first-round voting closed on Sunday afternoon, the MTV Movies selection team locked itself in a room with a lot of food, a limited amount of oxygen, and one all-important goal: seed this bracket.
To that end, we weighed a number of criteria to select each film's ranking. We noted first-round voting totals, overall buzz, potential box-office performance and a slew of other benchmarks. The choices were tough. Some arguments were heated. But ultimately we walked away with a 16-team bracket we're proud to offer up for the inaugural MTV Movie Brawl.
But hey, don't agree with us? Show us we got it wrong by voting for your favorite can't-miss flick of the year. After all, YOU are in charge! Just click the bracket above and START BRAWLING!!!
Watch our MTV Movie Brawl 2012 analysis!
UPDATE: The Wild Card round is closed! Click here for the new competitors!
We're knee-deep in the MTV Movie Brawl 2012, our three-week tournament to decide which movie you're most excited about in the coming year. As it stands, 32 films are already slugging it out in the first round of the tournament, and only 16 will still be standing when our March Madness-style bracket tournament begins on Monday (January 9).
Of course, there are a lot more than 32 movies worth getting excited about in 2012, but we just can't fit them all into our tournament. We do, however, have a few more spots available for this first round – and that's where you come in!
We're opening up the one day only MTV Movie Brawl 2012 Wild Card round, where we're asking you to nominate FIVE more movies to be added to the tournament. Here's how it works...
Welcome to 2012 — and welcome to the Brawl!
Voting for round one of the MTV Movie Brawl 2012 is officially open, giving you the chance to pick the film you're most excited for in the coming year. Are you foaming at the mouth for comic book movies like "The Dark Knight Rises," "Marvel's The Avengers" and "The Amazing Spider-Man," or are the stunning "Twilight" conclusion and the death-defying "Hunger Games" more your speed? Perhaps it's one of the two dueling Snow White projects, or maybe you Kitsch fanatics have your eye on "Battleship" and "John Carter." No matter which movies you're most looking forward to, this is your chance to defend your champion before 2012 kicks off in earnest.
MTV Movie Brawl 2012 Has Begun!
Here's how it works: after the jump, vote for the films you're most excited to see in 2012 from our list of 32 movies. You'll be able to fight for your movie of choice in this play-in round until voting closes on Sunday (January 8th). Starting next week, we'll be down to 16 movies. That's when our bracket launches and the 16 flicks will start going head-to-head, March Madness-style, in single-elimination contests — until only one movie reigns supreme.
So, without further ado, click onward to start voting on your most anticipated movies of 2012!
Consider this a fair warning. When you see the image below move, that isn't you losing your mind or the devil taking over your computer screen.
This is an exclusive motion image from the upcoming horror film "The Devil Inside," the latest entry into the found footage subgenre.