by Fallon Prinzivalli
Much to every celebrity's chagrin, "Punk'd" is back. This time around Hollywood's A-listers are turning on each other as Ashton Kutcher relinquishes his role as Prank King to a different celeb every week. Justin Bieber hosted last night's premiere bringing Taylor Swift to tears when she thought she destroyed a wedding, and subsequently, a relationship.
The reactions to the pranks are priceless and that sparked our imagination. What if Bieber had punk'd a few action heroes on last night's episode? Due to the grandeur of their actions, there's no doubt their reactions would greatly surpass celebs. Continue after the jump for our picks of heroes Bieber could give the "Punk'd" treatment to in the future!
"Anchorman 2" is officially on the way, and the MTV Movies team is officially way too pumped for the long awaited sequel. We've already run down the cameos we want to see and the long road Ron Burgundy traveled on his way back to the big screen, but our obsession is far from over: until a plotline is announced, it's up to us to develop our own ideas for the "Anchorman" sequel's plot.
Keep reading for the Movies team's ridiculous plot predictions!
When the trailer for "Wrath of the Titans" dropped, it seemed like everyone couldn't help but comment on Sam Worthington's hair, of all things. In the ten years that passed between the events of "Clash of the Titans" and "Wrath," Perseus must have been looking for something new in the hair department and decided to just grow it out.
We asked Worthington about the big to-do about his hair, and he didn't quite understand. But he did go on to success some hairstyle he could have for any future "Titans" movies.
We have a few recommendations of our own, so here are some styles that Perseus should consider for the next time around.
by Ryan Rigley
"The Hunger Games," if nothing else, is hugely exciting. The concept (teenagers being forced to battle each other to the death in front of a live TV audience) has proven intriguing to most people based on box office receipts alone. In fact, if "The Hunger Games" was an actual televised event, it would probably be the highest rated show on television.
While I wouldn't put it past current television programming to air a "Hunger Games" type of reality TV show, there are still a ton of reasons why it just wouldn't be the same. Taking place in a not-so-distant futuristic dystopia, the Hunger Games would not nearly be as awesome if they were to take place in our boring, everyday life. Here are five key differences between the "Hunger Games" movie and how it would play out in real life.
It was a bit of a bummer when Jason Segel announced that he wasn't planning on reprising his role as actor and co-writer in "The Muppets 2." The "Jeff, Who Lives At Home" star played an integral role in returning "The Muppets" to the big screen, so needless to say his costars were a bit disappointed when they heard he wouldn't be coming back.
MTV News recently had the opportunity to sit down with Muppets Kermit the Frog and Walter to promote the DVD release of the film, and they shared their thoughts on Segel's decision to pass the keys off to someone else for "The Muppets" sequel.
"Well, as long as he passes the keys," Kermit joked. "We loved working with Jason. He's a very huge Muppet fan. Literally. He's like seven feet tall."
The Fuzzy Pack is backy-back once again with today's home video release of "The Muppets." If you still haven't seen Kermit the Frog and company's glorious return via Jason Segel… well, what's wrong with you? It was and remains my favorite movie of 2011, and I'm not just saying that because I got to talk with Kermit and new guy Walter about "The Avengers" last week. (Though that was pretty sweet.)
Even if you have seen "The Muppets," the newly released Blu-ray is a must-buy for any and all fans. Keep reading for five reasons to own "Muppets" on Blu-ray.
It would be a mistake to treat "The Hunger Games" lightly. "Twilight" this is not; director Gary Ross' adaptation of the Suzanne Collins novel is bloody and brutal at every turn, leaving a pile of bodies in its wake.
That said, "Hunger Games" does lend itself to some artistic reinterpretation… as our good pals at NextMovie figured out when transforming key "Hunger Games" characters into Springfield residents.
That's right: it's "Hunger Games" meets "The Simpsons," the mash-up you never knew you needed so badly. Head over to NextMovie to see their entire gallery!
by Alessandra Hickson
In “21 Jump Street,” Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum play immature rookies undercover at a high school. How do they make it through (aside from the police assistance)? Well, you’ll have to see the movie to find out. But we’re sure that having nothing but love for each other helps. Cops are more than work partners, they’re bromantic partners! Here’s our favorite movie cop bromances.
Starsky and Hutch
This film adaptation of the TV series has Ben Stiller as Starsky, a straight laced cop who plays by the books and Owen Wilson as Hutch, a ladies man who bends the law for his benefit. Somehow this odd couple makes it work. Together they take on drug busts, have car chases and pick up Bayside cheerleaders. We like their style. We like their moves.
When you think of Will Ferrell, his long tenure as the master of over thirty dialects comes to mind first. Only then do you remember the funny man, the comedian from movies like the upcoming "Casa de mi Padre."
In preparation for the film, Mr. Ferrell spoke with dialect novice Josh Horowitz about the process of mastering your accent in a segment we like to call "Mastering Your Accents."
The legend dialectician covers all the topics you need to know about: his long and bitter rivalry with Meryl Streep, his many victories at the Voicey's. You'll even get a chance to hear the story of Mr. Ferrell's humble origins a simple boy doing a near perfect Italian accent.
Forget Texas, Tim Riggins — Barsoom forever!
Yes, I know that's not Riggs hopping around all over "John Carter." But watching the sci-fi movie at a screening earlier this week, I couldn't help but imagine how amazing it would be if Taylor Kitsch wasn't playing a space-bound Civil War veteran, but his fan-favorite "Friday Night Lights" character instead. As with most other "FNL" fans, I'm missing the days of Dillon football so badly, that I'd pay money to see any and all of these Texans embark on their own interstellar adventures, Riggins especially. Mars needs moms? Eff that. Mars needs #33!
Anyway, this notion of "'Friday Night Lights' in space" stirred something very, very weird in the minds of Hollywood Crush editor Amy Wilkinson, Movies Blog assistant editor Kevin P. Sullivan and myself: what if the "FNL" cast left Dillon forever and headed out to the endless lights of space? Our answers lie beyond the break.