Ape riot! A brand-new teaser for "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" has arrived, and it delivers exactly what the title promises: apes, apes, apes rising up and terrorizing the streets!
Watch the progressively smarter apes as they stare with menacingly human eyes, clamor around in cages, swarm the trees of human suburbia and, finally, breathtakingly overrun the Golden Gate Bridge! It's ape-demonium!
MTV's Josh Horowitz has been floating around show business for a while, but that doesn't mean he's got this interviewing thing totally under control.
Or, at least that's what he wants us to believe in the latest MTV Movie Awards edition of After Hours, in which Josh performs a series of interview faux pas with a variety of our favorite movie stars from Danny McBride to Olivia Wilde, and it doesn't end up so well for him. Future interviewers, a word to the wise: Cameron Diaz doesn't like your butt in her face and Keanu Reeves could do without you suggesting he change his name.
Mark Wahlberg is settling scores. On Sunday (June 5), the actor turned 40, and on Saturday night, MTV News caught up with "The Fighter" star backstage at the Spike Guys Choice Awards, where he went on quite the NSFW tirade about life, his episode of MTV's "The Knife Show," the MTV Movie Awards, the fact that he doesn't have the best track record at the show, his love for Justin Bieber's "Never Say Never" and anything else you could ever imagine.
At the Spike TV awards show, which airs Friday at 9 p.m. ET, Wahlberg took home the prize for Guy of the Year and a special award for "The Fighter," but it might be his chat with us that ends up being the most memorable part of his night. So, wish Mark a happy birthday by watching his video and then show him some love in the comments. We promise, it's worth your time.
Will wizards, vampires or dream thieves steal the 2011 MTV Movie Awards? Find out Sunday, when the 20th annual show airs live at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Tune in at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT for the "America's Best Dance Crew" finale and Movie Awards pre-show, loaded with live action from the red carpet, exclusive movie clips and a special edition of "After Hours."
From wizards to geniuses to all sorts of supernatural beasts, the Best Male Performance race is pretty tight this year. Featuring some many of our favorites, we can't decide which of the five nominees this year did the best job. That's where you come in.
We've put together a quick recap of the men who are nominated for their roles in the Best Male Performance category, and it's up to you guys to pick which one wins. Read on for a full list of the nominees, then cast your vote for the winner today!
Daniel Radcliffe, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1"
In "Deathly Hallows - Part 1," the full weight of the "Potter" franchise fell onto Daniel Radcliffe's capable shoulders, and he supported it better than we ever could have hoped. "Part 1" was definitely the best performance Dan has given in the franchise, and he is being duly rewarded for it.
When it comes to hosting the MTV Movie Awards, Aziz Ansari knows a thing or two about how to do it right.
Last year's host chatted with MTV News during Friday night's
Sneak Peek Week event with his new flick "30 Minutes or Less," and he offered up the most important advice he had for Jason Sudeikis, who is hosting this year's ceremony.
His words of wisdom? Don't look at Jackie Chan during the show. Ever.
This is it, folks: show day has finally arrived! We've been waiting a year for it, and now the 2011 MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Jason Sudeikis, is ready to get into fill swing.
Sneak Peek Week has wrapped, the rehearsals have been finished, the exciting set pieces have been placed and now we're just ready for the celebrities to arrive and the party to get started. Before then, though, you'll get a chance to check out some of the hilarious interviews we got last night at the Guy's Choice Awards as you wait for the show to get on the road. And trust us -- we got plenty of good stuff, so that should keep you entertained for a while.
But tonight is what you're really all looking forward to. First up we have the pre-show, which is airing during the finale of "America's Best Dance Crew." We have already teased the exciting reveal of our "Breaking Dawn" surprise, but we also have some other movie tie-ins that you should look forward to. Then, of course, there's all the red carpet excitement where we will chat with all your favorite stars in anticipation of the show.
Then the big event will finally begin. You know about as much as we do as to how the show will roll out, but we can promise there will be plenty of exclusive content from your most anticipated upcoming films. From "Breaking Dawn" to "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" to "Super 8," we will have it all. And, of course, the stars are going to be showing up in full force, including Movie Awards favorite Jim Carrey and the elusive Emma Watson. Don't forget our favorite onscreen love triangle -- Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner -- are going to be in attendance and presenting as well.
Make sure you stay tuned for the Movie Awards after party as well, and stay tuned for the premiere of "Teen Wolf." And, as always, check in with us here at MTV News as we roll out exciting content all week!
There are so many talented ladies around Hollywood, it would be near impossible to pick only five to nominate for the MTV Movie Awards' Best Female Performance. That's why we had you do all the heavy lifting for us, and we're darn impressed by the five lovely ladies you selected.
But the hard work isn't over, because as always, only one of these fine actresses can win the golden popcorn. Read on for a full list of the Best Female Performance nominees, then cast your vote for the winner today!
Kristen Stewart, "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse"
Did you ever have any doubts that Stewart would make it to this list? Well, you shouldn't have. The lady better known as Bella Swan continues her tear through MTV Movie Awards nominations for the third year in a row with her Best Female Performance nod.
FROM HOLLYWOOD CRUSH: There are three things we like our Jackson Rathbone doing best: singing, being a sexy vampire and just being sexy in general. This next video includes two of those three things.
No, you're going to have to wait until Sunday's MTV Movie Awards until we unveil the brand-spanking new exclusive "Breaking Dawn" trailer, but this will help tide you over until then: Jackson Rathbone singing all the nominations for the Best Line award category, while playing guitar. We did warn you it was sexy.
In truth, the young "Twilight" star is not in the upcoming summer comedy (we can confirm it since we saw the movie last night), but at last night's Sneak Peek Week chat with Aziz, Nick Swardson and director Ruben Fleischer, the cast wanted the audience to think they had seen something they hadn't.