We've known for a while that Robert Pattinson is a dog person, so what better way to find out who he really is than by forcing him to pick out which dog is cuter? That's why MTV After Hours is here to ask the tough questions — or in this case, the "Ruff Decisions."
When it comes to the "Twilight Saga," what people tend not to discuss is how freaking weird it can be. Seriously. Did you see "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" last year? Robert Pattinson did some terrible things to a very emaciated Kristen Stewart.
This year and for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," the strangest thing just might have to be Michael Sheen and his character, Aro's, laugh, which rings out in the battlefield and will definitely creep out the audience.
When MTV News' Josh Horowitz caught up with Sheen, the actor explained what the hell was up with that laugh. "It's the laugh of millennia old insanity rising up from the abyss that is his empty soul," he said.
So I bet you think that "Twilight" is all about love triangles and crying in the woods when your boyfriend dumps you. Yes, that's all a major part of what has made the paranormal romance series a major success, but you can't bring families of vampires and werewolves together without some badassery going down. It's just impossible.
So in honor of the final installment of "The Twilight Saga" hitting theaters tomorrow, let's take a look back at some of the most kickass moments in the series' history.
Check out our list after the jump!
Is your consumption of paranormal teen romances about to go way down when the "Twilight Saga" ends on Friday?
Well, we have a trailer for you. "The Mortal Instruments" has become a fairly large phenomenon in the YA realm in its own right, and now there is a film adaptation out next year starring Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
MTV News has your first look at the first for the first film of the planned series, "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones." Watch above and learn more about the movie below.
For the past few weeks, Lucasfilm and the company's new president, Kathleen Kennedy, have been holed up figuring out how to make the next "Star Wars" while we're left outside to speculate who will direct "Episode VII" and then write blogs about it.
Well, MTV News took the proactive approach and got as close to Kennedy as we could, her husband, producer Frank Marshall at the premiere for "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2."
Josh Horowitz spoke with Marshall, who attended the screening with his daughter, and while he admitted that he had inside knowledge of the deals going on, he wasn't offering up any of the juice.
After four years of domination on the part of "The Twilight Saga," the name "Stephenie Meyer" will probably stir images of lovelorn teenagers, weeping in the Pacific Northwest. So when the first trailer for "The Host" boasts the same author, we know where your head will likely go.
But, but, with no disrespect to Ms. Meyer, of course, the name that should be catching your eye is that of Andrew Niccol, the writer and director of thew new film starring Saoirse Ronan and Max Irons. Niccol is responsible for heady sci-fi like "Gattaca" and "In Time," along with "Lord of War," a movie that had Nicolas Cage acting suspiciously normal.
With the fandom attached to Meyer's name and the group that is likely to seek out a new Niccol film, "The Host" might just have the most eclectic audience of the year when "The Host" opens on March 29, 2013.
What did you think of the trailer? Let us know in the comments below and on Twitter!
Just as we preparing to say "goodbye" to one of the world's Stephenie Meyer create, we are just beginning to get excited for the introduction to another.
"The Host," based on Meyer's first adult novel, is set for a March 2013 release with "Hanna" star Saoirse Ronan in the lead role, but the first theatrical trailer for the adaptation will debut tomorrow on MTV.com at 7 a.m. ET.
Ronan recently spoke with MTV News' Josh Horowitz about "The Host" and the inevitable "Twilight" comparisons.
FROM HOLLYWOOD CRUSH
We are one week away from the final adventures of Edward and Bella, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," but before we can say our final good-byes, it's probably best to take a trip down memory lane.
That's why it's so perfect that this weekend (November 10 and 11) MTV will be revisiting some of our best interviews with Rob, Kristen, and the rest of the "Twilight" cast as we countdown to the epic conclusion of saga.
Tune into MTV this weekend to see the segments hosted by MTV News' Josh Horowitz that go all the way back to 2008, when it was all just beginning.
Head over to Hollywood Crush for the full details!
Have you ever noticed that the plot of each movie in "The Twilight Saga" usually revolves around keeping Bella safe? Yes, there's a love triangle and that thing about doing something to an infant, but it always comes back to Bella not being able defend herself.
If you don't believe us, all you have to do is watch the supercut above that edits together every reference to Bella's safety and her need for protection.
There are a lot more than you'd expect, but Charlie Swan is very familiar with how often he has to hear about it.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" opens in theaters on November 16.
We've all made some mistakes, especially when it comes to celebrating a 21st birthday, but one mistake you should absolutely avoid is not taking a look at this exclusive poster from the upcoming comedy "21 & Over."
The movie comes from the writers of "The Hangover," Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, and features a night of insanity worthy of the wolfpack.
Check out the full poster and learn more about the movie after the jump!