Mice. Why'd it have to be mice?
After 'The Sound of Music Live!' the hills are alive with the sound of imagined Julie Andrews reboots.
If 20th Century Fox wants to repeat Marvel Studios' success, these are the movies to make.
MTV News rounds up the word on the new movie from the Coen brothers.
In 'The Legend Continues,' Ron accepts an opportunity to lead a 24-hour news network.
Stars Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver weigh in 'Please Mr. President'.
Mixed reactions flood the Internet after Thursday night's NBC special.
If Bale hadn't cleared his schedule, the movie may have never happened.
Christian Bale's 'Out of the Furnace' is the only new wide release. How will it do?
MTV News' Josh Horowitz visits the set of the sequel and falls prey to the cast's shenanigans.
The comics school Horowitz in the business of funny during MTV's 'After Hours.'
Director Bryan Singer shocked Twitter on Thursday with a surprise announcement.
Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer team up for live take on the beloved Julie Andrews musical on NBC tonight (December 5).
Media expert Jennifer Newsom gives her opinion.
Forget 'The Jungle Book' and Jane Austen, there are other public domain books to adapt.
From Doctor Octopus, to an Avengers crossover?
The PBS co-stars also hit the big screen in 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' on December 13.
'Arrow' actor Dylan Neal joins the film, currently filming in Vancouver.
Andrew Garfield is back with a lot more villains to face this time around.
From Science Showcase to Cyrus Gold, every Easter Egg from the comics.
Two-minute clip gathers the best moments from four of the first five films in a tribute to the late star.
Singer talks to MTV News about channeling his inner dwarf on the folk-inspired 'I See Fire.'
Barry Allen, a.k.a. The Flash debuts on The CW show.
She may not be a household name, but chances are you recognize Warner Bros.' latest addition
The best tweets on Gal Gadot's casting in 'Batman vs. Superman'.
Additionally, the results of Paul Walker's autopsy were released.
The 'Anchorman' Blu-ray feature shows a smiley Carell before he got the part.
New York Film Critics Circles honored the David O. Russell film with early awards, besting early frontrunner '12 Years a Slave.'
The search for a female lead has ended with confirmation that the heroine will appear in the 2015 movie.
Barry Allen debuts on 'Arrow'; everything new viewers need to know.