America's favorite meme (sorry, "McKayla is Not Impressed") just inked a movie deal. Grumpy Cat, the perpetually pissed-off feline, will star in an upcoming family comedy flick. The deal was orchestrated by agent Ben Lashes, who also reps Keyboard Cat and Nyan Cat (clearly this guy's got a lot of pull).
Talk of a Grumpy Cat movie comes on the heels of a book deal and a beverage line — reportedly she's primed to release cat-inspired coffee drinks (not even making that up).
With all the of hubbub surrounding this kitty, we thought we'd offer up a little advice to help her keep things real when she heads off to Hollywood. Grumpy Cat, if you can read this through your misery, take note:
The "Fast & Furious" series features some of the most powerful cars to ever hit the street, but what if you took away those rides? Would the franchise still pack the punch that has been entertaining fans for 12 years?
The folks over at Next Movie have done us all the favor of seeing what the crew from "Fast & Furious 6" would look like if you put them into children's toy cars. The results might surprise you.
For the past few years, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has made a hobby of joining a movie franchise already in progress and making it way better. "The Mummy Returns" may have been a rocky start to The Rock's movie saving, but the power of "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island," "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," and the "Fast & Furious" series cannot be denied.
If you needed any further proof of The Rock's ability to instantly improve any movie, the folks over at Next Movie have edited him into classic movies just to make that point. Now you can see the former professional wrestler in films like "E.T.," "Casablanca," and, of course, "The Rock."
With the premiere of "Part III" in theaters tomorrow, the epic saga of "The Hangover" will come to a close. The comedy franchise launched the careers of Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis and countless in-jokes about Wolfpacks and questions about why they're called ruffies.
The "Hangover" movies have also inspired their fair share of spoof videos, including this latest one from the folks over at Next Movie. What would happen if a group of toddlers had one wild night and did whatever they wanted? The answer is pretty adorable.
Check out the video above!
"The Hangover Part III" opens in theaters tomorrow, May 23.
Last night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live, J.J. Abrams admitted that he and Michael Arndt have hit a bit of a wall while writing "Star Wars: Episode VII." The revelation of writer's block led Jimmy to suggest that Abrams listen to some helpful members of the audience that had ideas for what should be included in the next "Star Wars."
The general consensus was that Chewbacca and Princess Leia need to get it on, and if they aren't getting it on, the movie should only consist of Lando making sweet love in the galaxy.
The suggestions, of course, came from fanboys planted in the audience, Billy Dee Williams, and a red-faced William Shatner. Here's to hoping that Abrams actually listens to the fans and gives them what they want.
One of the highlights of the new "Star Trek" films has been Zachary Quinto's performance as Spock, despite having to follow the incomparable Leonard Nemoy. Quinto understands how to play the character both seriously and for laughs in a way that is unexpected and, frankly, delightful.
During "MTV First: Star Trek Into Darkness," MTV News' Josh Horowitz put a challenge to Quinto, to see if he could turn any phrase, no matter how un-Spock-like, into something that sounds like the most famous Vulcan.
Well, Quinto took on the challenge with great enthusiasm and managed to turn some ridiculous sentences into classy Spock talk. Check it out in the video above!
The viral campaign for the new season of "Arrested Development" is picking up steam, and today Ron Howard tweeted out the sweetest morsel yet. Tobias Fünke has created a series of green screen videos for an internet audition tape.
According to the doctor-actor, these audition videos will give directors like James Cameron the opportunity to see him, like his acting, and simply insert Tobias anywhere that he pleases.
Check out the audition reel after the jump!
Be sure to check out his official site, where Tobias also shows off a few different characters like an action hero and a cowboy, so that he can be inserted in a wide variety of places. There's also an ad on the site for a juice company that Tobias did an ad for. ManGo juice is "like having a Mango in your mouth."
The new season of "Arrested Development" premieres all at once on Netflix on May 26.
Mac Miller's next album, "Watching Movies with the Sound Off," drops on June 18, and in the lead-up the album, he stopped by MTV News to talk to our friends at RapFix to act out the name of his record.
Watch the video above to see Mac Miller literally watch movies with the sound off, but since that would be totally awkward, he adds in a few lines to the most famous scene from "The Notebook."
In the newest version of the modern romance classic, Ryan Gosling is about to leave Rachel McAdams, but she has to convince him to stay in order to star in "Drive" and explain to people why he doesn't talk that much. He, on the other hand, has some issues with her performance in the bedroom. It's way better than the older version.
Kristen Wiig made a welcome return to "Saturday Night Live" as the host of this past weekend's episode. Aside from reprising some of her favorite characters, Wiig starred in some original segments that made it really apparent how much we miss her.
The stand-out from the group was obviously "Aw, Nuts! Mom's A Ghost," a commercial for a new show on the Disney Channel. In the sketch, Wiig plays mom to the show's two rambunctious leads, who just so happens to die a terrible death in Korean, only to return as a water ghost.
We'll let the video above take it from there. Come back, Kristen, America misses you!