As much as we loved last year's animated hit, "Wreck-It Ralph," and the world Disney built for it, the movie leaves with you a longing to travel to the other games in the arcade. What else is out there?
To celebrate the home video of "Wreck-It Ralph," we get you give you a small answer to that question. Included on the deleted scenes from the film is an entirely new game world, "Extreme Easy Living 2," where a very different-looking Ralph travels to a social, "Sims"-like game in an earlier version of the movie during a low-point in his adventures.
The filmmakers eventually cut the game from the movie, but some previz work is included on the Blu-ray and DVD.
You can watch the scene above, and after the jump, we spoke with director Rich Moore about "Extreme Easy Living 2," what led to it being cut, and whether it might end up in a sequel.
For as formulaic as a James Bond movie might seem, making a great 007 film is no easy feat, especially considering when how old the series is. The proof is in the less-than-memorable entries in the series, but for "Skyfall," the filmmakers understood the challenges of threading the needle and constructing a classic Bond for the modern age.
In an exclusive look at a featurette from the upcoming Blu-ray release of "Skyfall" called "Shooting Bond 007 DC," director Sam Mendes and Daniel Craig talk about getting the character right while keeping the actual film interesting.
Read more after the jump!
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.
FROM MTV GEEK
The folks over at MTV Geek have headed out to Toy Fair in New York City to see what must-have items will be hitting shelves in the coming months, and among their many exclusive looks, one has got us jonesing for another hit.
Mezco's new line of "Breaking Bad" figures is about as awesome as Toy Fair gets, and MTV Geek has your exclusive first look at the many forms of Heisenberg.
There's the hazmat suit bobble head of Walter White and a more traditional action figure of Bryan Cranston in full Heisenberg mode. Plus, you can snuggle up with one of the plush dolls, also available in hazmat and casual wear.
Head over to MTV Geek for their full Toy Fair coverage.
MTV News hasn't been exactly coy about our affection for "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" and everything having to do with Stephen Chbosky's adaptation of his beloved book. We visited the set, spoke with the cast, and put the movie high on our Best of 2012 list.
Now that "Perks" is hitting video next week, all of our feeling are rushing back. Thankfully, MTV News has an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray and DVD.
The deleted scene restores a subplot that appeared in the book. Charlie's sister, Candace, finds herself, once again, in bad situation thanks to her deadbeat boyfriend, and her bro is there to comfort her and be nice.
"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" hits Blu-ray and DVD on February 12.
Anyone who ventured onto Twitter during the Super Bowl understands that the place becomes a one-upping joke contest about who can riff on live events faster and funnier.
When the lights crapped out in the Superdome last night, many of the social media quasi-comediennes put the blame squarely on the shoulders of one man...
And while we chuckled at the well-timed "Dark Knight Rises" reference, we gave our gold medal of power outage jokes to a YouTube user, RB3TV1, who combined nostalgia with perfect video editing to land the win, which you can check out after the jump.
By Ade Mangum
The political drama "House of Cards," a remake of a British miniseries, makes its big premiere today. What network is it on? Well, it's not really on television. In the vein of pop classic "Video Killed the Radio Star," executive producer David Fincher and actor Kevin Spacey are attempting to, in a sense, "kill" the television medium.
"House of Cards" has cut out the middle man and partnered with the top internet video streaming company, Netflix. We got that, but what day will each new episode be released? Umm, today. Netflix has decided to put all of its "Cards" on the table at once. They are releasing the 13 episode series simultaneous, giving the viewer the option of watching it on their own schedule.
At the red carpet premiere for the series, actress Kristen Connolly says that the format is "reflective of the way people watch TV now."
MTV News headed to Montreal, Canada to not only visit the zombie apocalypse but participate in it. Christina Garibaldi took a trip to the set of "Warm Bodies," the undead romance set to rekindle audiences' hearts this weekend.
On the set, Garibaldi even got to go full zombie, donning some ragged clothes and undead makeup to fit the part. Then to make for a more convincing member of the horde, she got some helpful advice from star Nicholas Hoult.
"The thing we are trying to stay clear of is overdoing it," Hoult said. "It's just like your body's real tired and heavy, just kind of slump around, you know, on your way back to the club, and your momentum is more carrying you than anything else."
Check out the video from the set visit above!
Abrams' love of "Star Wars" has never been a secret, and it was one of the contributing factors to him getting the "Episode VII" job. In the wake of that news, people have been combing the archives for every time Abrams mentioned "Star Wars" to try to get an idea of what is coming our way in 2015 or 2016.
The latest video to surface comes from a TED talk Abrams did in 2007 at the height of his IT boy status. In the clip, the director and producer explains his favorite dramatic element, the mystery box, and how it makes the first "Star Wars" automatically interesting.
Check out the clip after the jump!
If the movies have taught us anything, it's that animals are inherently better than us at sports. We may have created the games, but our furry friends have mastered them, on film at least.
As a reminder of our athletic inferiority, the folks over at Film.com have assembled a supercut of animals excelling at games that range from football and basketball to beach volleyball and boxing.
It's only a matter of time before humans are rendered athletically irrelevant by our ferocious teammates, but at the very least it will be adorable.