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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.
Don't forget to tune in for our Oscars red carpet live stream Sunday at 5:30 p.m. ET on MTV.com.
Stick with us for everything about the 2013 Oscars including nominees, predictions and full fashion coverage!
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Anyone familiar with the internet phenomenon known as face swaps knows the disturbing power of switching one head for another, but as Next Movie has shown us, we did not know of their full freaky potential.
Next Movie has put together a collection of Oscars-theme face swaps, and the results are truly, truly horrifying. Don't take our word it for. Take a look after the jump to see what they hath wrought.
This past weekend, Christoph Waltz hosted "Saturday Night Live." Yes, he's not the first person you imagine when you think of sketch comedy, but having him lead the show opened the door to one fantastic "Django Unchained" parody.
In the tradition of "Inglourious Basterds" and "Django Unchained," Quentin Tarantino's next movie, as "SNL" surmises, is "Djesus Uncross," a biblical revenge fantasy that takes everything we love about the director's movies and sets them in the time of Jesus.
The parody is pretty spot-on, and the violence is gratuitous. It's basically everything you want it to be.
Check out the full video after the jump!
This Sunday, JGL will blow out 32 candles on his proverbial birthday cake, ending a banner year, what with "The Dark Knight Rises," "Premium Rush," "Looper," and "Lincoln."
To celebrate, let's all close our eyes for a minute and imagine a world where Joseph Gordon-Levitt had never been born.
We couldn't fondly recall his adorable Cocoa Puffs commercial.
In a time when most of the comedy shorts online have a shelf life of about two days, it's something special to find a bit still relevant more than 20 years later. Especially when the message is this: "Die Hard" sequels are ridiculous.
In 1992, even before "Die Hard: With a Vengeance" hit theaters, "The Ben Stiller Show" decided it was time to point out how silly the premise of multiple John McClane movies is. How could many times could one man find himself in the middle of an international terrorist attack and hostage situation?
The sketch casts Stiller as McClane, doing one hell of a Bruce Willis impersonation, but this time the terrorists hit a grocery store on Christmas.
This is "Die Hard 12"!
What would Valentine's Day be without the proper soundtrack? Imagine you're setting the mood, making sure everything is in place for your perfect evening, and the only music to put on is that Taylor Swift album you have queue up on your iPod. Could anything be less sexy?
No, what you need is MTV Movies Blog's patented baby-making movie music playlist. Picking from any of these beautiful songs, and you will definitely set the right mood.
Check out our list after the jump!
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Every movie from the mind of Nicholas Sparks follows the same tried and true pattern, yet audiences keep eating up the tales of romance and eventual tragic death. At some point, you've just got to give the guy credit for patenting his own style of romance hit-making.
But the folks over Next Movie have cracked the Sparks code and are sharing it with the entire world. Nicholas Spark Mad Libs give everyone the opportunity to fashion their own yarn about a down-on-his-luck writer during the 2008 market crash or a aspiring guitarist coping with the loss of her best friend, a pet pig.
Clip past the jump to make your very own Nicholas Sparks movie!
Hopefully you've prepared for the zombie apocalypse like you were supposed to because KRTV's emergency broadcast system in Montana announced that the dead have risen from their graves and are attacking the living.
In reality, the alert was the work of a tech-savvy hacker that toyed around with KRTV's emergency broadcast system in — we'll admit it — the best way possible.
The alert caused enough panic that its merited a police response. Lt. Shane Sorensen (via LA Times) did his best to calm the area's "Steve Wilkes Show" fans. "We can report... there have been no sightings of dead bodies rising from the ground."
Watch the alert after the jump!
For the second episode of his Oscars spectacular, Zach Galifianakis invited Jessica Chastain, Sally Field, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Bradley Cooper to sit between his two ferns. Without giving too much away, one of those guests is not who he says he is, and another throws a fern in Galifianakis' face.
We really need more of these episodes, if only for the possibility to see Galifianakis get hit in the face with a fern.
You can check out the first installment of the "Between Two Ferns: Oscar Buzz Edition" here.
For the first part of his Oscars preview, "Between Two Ferns" host Zach Galifianakis invited nominees from the acting categories to his horribly awkward talk show, and one guest, Jennifer Lawrence, was not going to let him get the better of her.
JLaw quickly responded to what Bradley Cooper told Galifianakis about her appearance, and now "You should be off pudding" is now a classic comeback, even by Lawrence's high standard.
The other guests to "Between Two Ferns" were a little more accommodating to Galifianakis' interview style. Naomi Watts talked a bit about the side effects that shrinking causes (diarrhea). Anne Hathaway was a complete fool. Christoph Waltz has considered changing his name to "Christoph Break Dance." And Amy Adams is a really good sport.
Check it all out in part one of the "Between Two Ferns" Oscar Special.