LOS ANGELES — Somewhere in the future, movie audiences are marveling at [movie id="302856"]"Watchmen,"[/movie] going wild about [movie id="307087"]"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,"[/movie] laughing at [movie id="369697"]"Land of the Lost,"[/movie] getting starry-eyed over [movie id="305755"]"Star Trek"[/movie] and being tickled pink by [movie id="369059"]"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."[/movie] For a lucky few, however, the future is now.
MTV's one-of-a-kind "Spoilers" TV show invades Los Angeles again this week, following up on November's raucous, "Twilight"-tastic premiere by similarly packing a theater full of die-hard movie fans and showing them goodies far yummier than a jumbo popcorn. Entry to the event has become one of the hottest tickets in L.A., but if you didn't make the cut, worry not — we're here to give you your very own "Spoilers" alert.
"Spoilers" will air Saturday, February 21 at 8 p.m. on MTV, featuring exclusive looks at the biggest films of 2009. Our very own Tim Kash and Kim Stolz will host the show, screen the entire "Watchmen" movie for the very lucky audience, and share clips with the fans both in the theater and at home.
In addition to director Zack Snyder and his "Watchmen" cast, My Chemical Romance members Gerard Way and Ray Toro will be in attendance. The rockers appear on the soundtrack to Snyder's decades-spanning March 6 film, covering Bob Dylan's "Desolation Row."
After the screening of the film — based on Alan Moore's classic graphic novel — Snyder will sit down with Tim Kash for a Q & A, taking questions from our unabashedly geeky audience. In addition to new clips from "Star Trek," "Land of the Lost," and the "Transformers" sequels, we'll also be showing footage from our visit to the set of July's eagerly anticipated "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
Tune in Saturday to see it all, and be sure to keep a close eye on MTV.com, Splash Page and the MTV Movies Blog, where we'll soon be posting interviews with the stars and more details from the big night.
Check out everything we've got on "Watchmen."
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