You guys know Walter, right? He's the very manly Muppet who just starred in — you guessed it — "The Muppets" late last year alongside Jason Segel, Amy Adams, Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy. Although the whistling Walter is an official member of the Muppets gang now, shaking off your uber-fandom isn't something that happens overnight. It takes a good little while to accept one's place in the big leagues, though we'll say, Walter is doing a heck of a job at that.
Still, the little guy has enough time on his hands to indulge his inner-Muppets fandom on more than a few occasions. Case in point: this MTV Movies exclusive "Muppets" infographic, cooked up by Walter himself! His years of fandom and expertise are on full display here: he's kept tabs on all of Gonzo the Great's fantastic stunt work (and resulting damage), the results of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew's weirdest experiments, the various tools in Swedish Chef's kitchen, and more. Pretty impressive stuff!
Check out Walter's handy-dandy "Muppets" infographic after the jump!
Winter is here... in a manner of speaking, I suppose. That's my confusing way of telling you that if you're a "Game of Thrones" fan and a New York City resident (or if you're willing to schlep into the Big Apple), there's something pretty awesome happening in Times Square.
The HBO Shop on 42nd Street and 6th Avenue has put all sorts of "Thrones" props and costumes on display for the next month. If you head over there, you can see Melisandre's red robes and amulet, the cruel King Joffrey's royal garb, several house sigils (including the Kraken, representing the Greyjoys of the Iron Islands), and much more. Of course, if you can't make it there yourself, you can always click on the image above to see a photo gallery of all that "Thrones" goodness.
Quentin Taratino's "Django Unchained" has to be one of our most anticipated movies of the year based on the concept and cast alone.
If you haven't heard yet, Jamie Foxx plays the titular Django, an escaped slave who is taken under the wing of a German bounty hunter named Dr. King Schultz, played by Christoph Waltz. Schultz and Django set out to free the former slave's wife from an evil plantation owner played by Leonardo DiCaprio.
Now, pictures from the set provide our first look at any of the actors in costume. In the photo, Waltz is decked out in full western regalia as he crosses the street.
Check out the full photo after the jump.
Ryan Gosling came out of his last Nicolas Winding Refn movie, "Drive," pretty much unscathed. Sure, he took a knife in the gut near the end, but that didn't stop him from driving off into the sunset to some retro-sounding synth music.
It doesn't look like he'll be so lucky for his next Refn movie, "Only God Forgives." A new picture from the Bangkok set (via ComingSoon) shows a battered and beaten Gosling, still managing to look sharply dressed, naturally.
Check out the new photo after the jump!
by Fallon Prinzivalli
Since the announcement of the A-list cast for "Les Miserables," fans of the actors involved have been hitting the web daily hoping for a glimpse of the characters. Hence the paparazzi photos posted online last week of Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe on set.
On the heels of that leak, Jackman posted the first official image from the film on his Twitter. He wrote, "Very excited about how the first days of filming are going!! Check out my convict look...but its changing soon."
by Fallon Prinzivalli
What would you do if you knew the world was ending in three weeks? Repair a broken relationship? Buy that car you've always wanted? Read every "Game of Thrones" book while you still can? In "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World," our leads settle on a roadtrip -- and you can see some of the highlights from their adventure in our exclusive "Seeking a Friend" photo gallery below!
The movie centers on neighbors Dodge (Steve Carrell) and Penny (Keira Knightley), who head out on a road trip and learn that sometimes the most important people can enter your life at extremely unexpected times – like when you're searching for your old high school sweetheart as an asteroid nears Earth threatening to wipe out all life.
Want some new "Game of Thrones" season two photos to go into the weekend? Of course you do. Click on The Dink's face to see a huge gallery of all kinds of "Thrones" goodness. You'll see new faces—Melisandre and Jaqen H'ghar, for two—and plenty of familiar ones as well including Dany, Jon, Tyrion (of course) and more. Not a bad way to pass the time until the "Thrones" season premiere on April 1, just over a week away.
Tell us what you think of the new "Thrones" photos in the comments section and on Twitter!
Just when you thought this week had more "Prometheus" news and releases than you could possibly handle, two new images from the film have hit the web courtesy of its viral website.
ProjectPrometheus.com hit the web shortly after the movie's second trailer hit this weekend, and two new stills have already been unlocked. The first was discovered through a URL ending with the word "Eridu."
Eridu is an ancient Sumerian city, and one that is likely one of the many civilizations where Elizabeth Shaw finds evidence of the pictogram we found out about in the trailer. Regardless of its origin, the image revealed is absolutely gorgeous, and gives us a good sense of the beautiful outer space shots we can expect in the film.
At long last, we have the first look at Rian Johnson's new movie "Looper." The teaser trailer for the film premiered over the weekend at WonderCon, so hopefully that will hit the web soon as well, but until then we can spend our time analyzing the new shots of Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a young Bruce Willis.
According to /Film, Gordon-Levitt would go through three hours of make up a day to transform into a man who believably looked like he would one day grow up to look like Willis. In addition, Gordon-Levitt spent a lot of time studying Willis's films -- particularly "Sin City" -- to try to learn the little quirks of the older actor's style. Judging by the two pictures released, it looks like Gordon-Levitt did a pretty good job.
At long last, we finally get our first look at Javier Bardem in "Skyfall!" The only thing is that the "No Country for Old Men" actor looks as decidedly un-Javier Bardem as we've ever seen him.
Sporting a British police officer's uniform and a blonde wig, Bardem can be seen walking around the "Skyfall" set in London. It's unclear what he's doing, but Daily Mail (who has the photos) seems to think that the scene involves Bardem going toe-to-toe with Daniel Craig's James Bond.
So is Bardem actually playing a police officer or isn't he? That's yet to be seen. In fact, these photos tell us just about as much as we know to date about his onscreen character. It is known that he is playing a Bond villain in "Skyfall," so my guess is that he is actually a bit more than meets the eye in this leaked scene.