The first official footage is finally out there for "G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra" and now it's up to you. Is this first sneak peek making you scream "Yo Joe, that's awesome!" or "No Joe! What the hell?!?" The thirty second spot set for a worldwide broadcast debut tomorrow night during the Super Bowl is available via a sneak peak over at Coming Soon right now.
So what do you think? The characters are all there. Sienna Miller is a sultry baroness. That's for sure. But what about Channing Tatum as Duke? Dennis Quaid as Hawk? Christopher Eccleston as Destro? Clearly the action is big (the poor Eiffel Tower...) and yes, Snake Eyes does a cool flip or two but what's your sense of the story? Can this possibly deliver the live-action Joe adventure we've all craved for so long?
Don't hold back. Tell us what you think.
Last month, “Twilight” star Kristen Stewart made big news with the announcement that she’d soon be portraying another headstrong, no-nonsense tough girl with a disarming beauty and a wicked attitude: the one and only Joan Jett.
Recently we caught up with KStew at Sundance to get her thoughts on “New Moon" her upcoming film “Adventureland" and the biopic that will soon have her putting another dime in the jukebox, baby.
“I’m, like, vibrating,” grinned Stewart when we asked about “The Runaways,” a 1970’s-era flick about the influential all-girl rock band fronted by Jett and Lita Ford. “I’m just so excited about that movie.” Read More...
Jerry Bruckheimer spoke with MTV News at the junket for his new film, "Confessions of a Shopaholic". Talking about future projects, he let slip that, while the script is done and Johnny Depp has signed on as Tonto there's still a little matter of finding the lead.
That's where you come in! Jerry Bruckheimer wants input from the fans and we're ready to hear whatever opinion you've got. Watch the video below and then post your dream-casting. You could help decide who gets to wear the mask!
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Fans looking for a first look at the poster art for the upcoming, "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" will have to head to the movie theater to see it, though it won't be in the place they might expect.
Mega-Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has hidden the poster inside his latest film, "Confessions of a Shopaholic", appearing as a Times Square advertisement about halfway into the film. It joins posters for a number of other Bruckheimer productions, including the upcoming "G-Force", though "Persia" is unique in that it marks the first time the films' artwork has been seen anywhere. Read More...
Aubery O'Day. Sundance. Rocking out on "Rock Band 2" to The Pretenders. Some blogs don't need words. You're welcome.
Is it just me or do you scan the Oscar nominations list as much for who didn't make the cut as for who did. Sure, let's all hoot and holler for Mickey Rourke and Robert Downey Jr. (now if they weren't nominated I'd be in a surly mood) but surely some of your favorites didn't land on the coveted list.
If you're a Clint Eastwood fan (and who isn't?) today wasn't the best day. Eastwood failed to earn a nod for his much praised acting in "Gran Torino" and also failed to duplicate his Golden Globe nod for his song from the same film. Oh how I was praying for an Eastwood singing turn at the Kodak theater! And speaking of the Best Song category, how does Bruce Springsteen not get a nod for his soulful end credits contribution to "The Wrestler"? Read More...
In town to promote her new film "The Vicious Kind," the lovely Brittany Snow took time out to strike a pose for the MTV Sundance Photo Booth. Check it out below, and then click here to visit our huge gallery full of celebrity Sundance Photos, including Michael Cera, Olivia Thirlby, John Krasinski, and so many more.
The wave of emotion that emanated today from Washington D.C. even reached Park City, Utah. Yes, even with movies to sell all the actors and filmmakers MTV News spoke to today had one thing on the brain: President Obama. Well, actually Chris Rock was thinking more about former President George W. Bush. "George Bush is NOT president," he grinned and repeated and grinned again. A small part of that smile might also be attributed to his new documentary, "Good Hair" that just debuted here to positive attention.
FROM NEWSROOM.MTV.COM: The Hollywood studio system couldn’t make it happen, but President-elect Barack Obama pulled off a bit of movie-worthy magic today. No, he didn’t make the country’s trillions of dollars in debt disappear via high-tech FX overnight before he even moves into the White House; he brought Superman and Spider-Man together in the same room to fight for the good of the nation.
Read more on Brandon Routh and Tobey Maguire volunteering in Washington, D.C....
Big plot changes and casting continuity are in store for Spike Lee’s sequel to his 2006 bank heist blockbuster, “Inside Man,” the director exclusively told MTV News at Sundance.
Early reports had the movie, tentatively titled “Inside Man 2,” focusing on Clive Owen and his crew of ingenious thieves getting embroiled in a New York diamond district heist. “Naw, naw, not anymore,” Lee now says of that potential storyline, declining to reveal any fresh details. “Can’t tell you, or I’ll have to do one of these,” he says, making a stabbing motion. He did admit that, like the first picture, the sequel will be shot on location in New York City. Read More...