We already brought you reports for "The Foot Fist Way" and "You Don't Mess With The Zohan," and now we continue with "The Rocker" for MTV's Sneak Peek Week, where we're screening upcoming summer films, followed by a Q&A with the film's stars.
This time out, it was "Office" star Rainn Wilson, "House Bunny" hottie Emma Stone and platinum-selling music artist Teddy Geiger in attendance. Watch the highlights below, and then click here to read our full "Rocker" Q&A coverage. And be sure to check back soon as we roll out "Kung Fu Panda," "Get Smart" and "Pineapple Express."
The MTV Movie Awards will air live on MTV on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, with MTV News' "Coming Attractions" preshow kicking the evening off at 7:30 p.m. ET! Meanwhile, stay tuned to the MTV Movies Blog and MovieAwards.MTV.com.
Yesterday we brought you an exclusive clip from the upcoming comedy "The House Bunny," which finds Anna Faris as a Playboy bunny booted from the mansion and forced to take up residence as House Mother for a local sorority. This week as part of our lead-up to the MTV Movie Awards on June 1st, we followed Faris and co-stars Emma Stone and Katharine McPhee to a local nail salon where the girls acted their most adorable and funny and cute. Yes, we love them. Watch the video below to see why.
Sometime next year, the Anna Faris flick "I Know What Boys Like" will not only introduce the funnylady's newest chiropractor, but it will also mark the Hollywood debuts of two red-hot musicians: Katharine McPhee and Tyson Ritter. When we recently visited the set of the Playboy bunny comedy, we watched the duo compare notes about on-stage versus on-camera performances.
"This is very different," explained McPhee, looking around a set that included Faris, Colin Hanks, Emma Stone and Rumer Willis. "I can see how people would get freaked out on sets, because there's so many people behind the camera and you get only a few chances - depending on who the director is - to do what you have to do."
"I think the most common misconception is that it's harder to go in front of thousands of people, than in front of five people," said Ritter, remembering some of the huge crowds he's played to alongside his band, The All-American Rejects. "I think it's more unnerving when you've only got 5 people who are watching you!" Read More...
Over the summer, a nation of filmgoers fell in love with the adventures of Seth, Evan and their wacky buddy McLovin. Now, "Superbad" star Emma Stone is putting the word on the street that she'd love to do a sequel...if only Judd Apatow, Seth Rogen and others would see her way of thinking.
"They wouldn't even have to pay me to be in a sequel," laughed the actress, who played love interest to Jonah Hill's character in the flick that grossed over $111 million. "I would pay them to make a sequel!"
"Ooh, like a romantic white horse 'Superbad' fantasy?" Stone pondered, offering up her idea for a romantic dream sequence with Hill. "Yeah, it could be done." Read More...
Over the past 45 years, the legend of Pete Best has grown to the point where his name is shorthand for those who couldn't capitalize on a great opportunity. But when it came to the upcoming movie "The Rocker," the former Beatles drummer wasn't about to let it happen again.
"It's a variation on the Pete Best story, and he actually came to set one day and did a line in the movie," gushed Emma Stone, the "Superbad" actress who appears in the flick alongside Rainn Wilson and Christina Applegate. "I freaked out about it, because I'm a Beatles fanatic. I was very excited."
Now, fans of the Fab Four will be similarly thrilled when the so-called "Fifth Beatle" -- who was fired by John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison roughly a year before the group exploded -- shows up in "The Rocker" to get the last laugh. Read More...