This time they break down the Wachowskis essential "The Matrix" to it's most important elements with the help of hilarious and simplistic cartoons. There are a few important takeaways to note. 1) Neo pukes a lot. Like all the time. 2) Trinity is the one with the boobs. 3) "There is no spoooon."
Check out "The Matrix in 60 Seconds" after the jump!
The internet made a lot of the last time James Franco appeared on the "Colbert Report" and challenged Stephen Colbert to a test of Tolkien knowledge. The results were definitive. Lesson learned.
Or was it?!?!
Now promoting his new film "Oz the Great and Powerful," Franco came back to "The Report," but this time, he came prepared. He had a question that he thought would stump the master. Currently rereading "The Silmarillion," the more mythological text of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth, asked Colbert about the Valar, the gods of the world.
Oh, Franco, you naive, naive boy. You underestimate the Tolkien knowledge of Stephen Colbert.
Promotional interviews for a film, especially big-budget stuff, like "Oz the Great and Powerful," tend to cover fairly safe, publicist-vetted topics instead of breaking new ground, typically to the boredom of the interviewee.
But occasionally, like in this BBC Radio 1 interview with Mila Kunis and "petrified" newby Chris Stark, a star can take control of the chat and reveal a bit of themselves with the help of a nervous first timer.
As soon as Kunis realizes that Stark couldn't be more nervous, she decides to have some fun and engage him in a way that not only made him more comfortable and allowed him to show just how funny he is, but also elevates her to a level of cool that makes us remember that she's probably the original Jennifer Lawrence.
Check out the interview with Mila Kunis above and get ready to feel some feelings.
From the trailers and TV ads, "21 and Over" might seem like a run-of-the-mill college party movie, but what you might not have been able to pick up on from the previews is the talent of the actors behind the three lead characters, Miles Teller, Skylar Astin, and Justin Chon.
In anticipation of the release of "21 and Over" on March 1, we're bringing you an exclusive look at Teller's character Miller, the wise-ass motor mouth that encourages the drunken night of 21-year-old festivities at the center of the movie.
Teller gives Miller a lovable smart ass spin that's absolutely necessary for a movie like this. Check out some of his more outrageous insults and one-liners in the video above!
Filming in currently underway on "The Muppets... Again," a follow-up to the successful reboot of Jim Henson's beloved characters, but all we've seen from the English set is two photos of the felt cast and their new human leading man, Ricky Gervais.
But a few days ago, Gervais uploaded a short video to his YouTube channel that is actually kind of perfect. It stars Gervais himself and Pepe the King Prawn, and the clip gives a pretty good sense of the mood over on the "Muppets... Again" set.
"The Muppets... Again" will open in theaters on March 21, 2014.
When you're watching a horror movie, do you ever stop to think how you would react if you actually encountered the on-screen creature in real life? If it's "The Last Exorcism: Part II" that we're talking about, you'd probably react just like these unfortunate salon customers.
In this prank set up to promote the sequel to the Eli Roth-produced faux-documentary, an outrageously flexible girl appears, poses, and crab walks the for the frightened patrons of a beauty salon. Not to ruin the video, they do not handle their encounter with the supernatural well.
"The Last Exorcism: Part II" opens in theaters on Friday.
Every awards show, especially the Oscars, depends on the reaction shots from the audience for entertainment. Seeing how a celebrity reacts to a well-worded quip — or one of Seth MacFarlane's jokes, boom — can provide just as many laughs as the gag itself.
That's why the folks over at Next Movie have put together a supercut of the 33 best reaction shots from the Academy Awards. It's all there: Tommy Lee Jones laughing, Jack's disbelief, and Joaquin Phoenix's unbelievable amount of discomfort.
On February 21, 67 years ago, a man was born. This man was actor, an actor who could find the perfect way to deliver a line, even if it took twice the normal amount of time to recite it. An actor with a voice that would inspire a legion of imitations and launch thousands of Tumblrs. An icon whose most popular character would take him all the way to the championship of the Harry Potter World Cup.
Yes, today is Alan Rickman's birthday, and we couldn't be happier to celebrate it and all the ways the man behind Severus Snape makes us happy.
We here at MTV Movies Blog are in full Oscars mode in preparation for Sunday night. We've seen the movies and have read as many prediction pieces as we can get our hands on, but we also appreciate that not everyone is as familiar with this year's field of contenders as we are.
That's why we found this Oscar rap from The Roots so helpful.
Over on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," the house band took a request from a viewer and put together an Academy Awards rap to catch any Oscars novices up in time for the big awards on Sunday.
Every year, Oscar prognosticators give their picks for who will win among the best films and performances, but isn't it time we heard from the actors? Yes, there is the Screen Actors Guild Awards, but what about the actors who aren't in the union?
That's right! Porn stars!
Next movie headed to the set of Vivid Entertainment's "Devil On a Chain" to find out who the real hardcore actors think should take home the gold on Oscar Sunday, and you should listen to them. They can tell when someone is faking it.