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We take a stab at guessing which Marvel movies Chris Pratt's Starlord will be appearing in.
The international trailer for "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" is here, and it looks like our new favorite movie.
Writer John Green wants you to know exactly how much say he has as to who's in the movies based on his books: none.
Stefanie Scott tells MTV News why the "Jem and the Holograms" trailer backlash is missing the point.
The official trailer for "Amy," the Amy Winehouse documentary currently playing at Cannes, is a sad reminder of what could have been.
Warner Bros.' newest trailer for 'Pan' gives a sneak peek at Captain Hook's real archnemesis. And guess what? He can fly too.
Chris Pratt might be doing action movies these days, but he still hasn't lost his goofy comedic edge.
"Tomorrowland" stars George Clooney and Britt Robertson are Disney royalty now.
Gwen Stacy's become a massively popular Marvel character recently thanks to a new comic where SHE'S the spider superhero. So would Emma Stone ever want to play her again?
Director Gobi Rahimi has launched a crowdfunding campaign for "7 Dayz," a film he hopes to make about the last week of 2Pac's life.
Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) joins the set of "Captain America: Civil War..." And that's not all.
Here's a breakdown of everything you might have missed in "The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials" trailer.
Zac Efron plays a DJ on the rise in the first trailer for Max Joseph's "We Are Your Friends."
On its 20th anniversary, we round up the reasons why "Die Hard with a Vengeance" still rules.
The first trailer from "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" is here -- watch it now!
The first poster for 'The Maze Runner' sequel is here, and a trailer is next, and excuse while we flail around like fools for a sec.
Last night's episode of "Game of Thrones" crossed a line for a lot of fans. Here's what an anti-rape expert thinks they should be doing instead.
Now is a very spectacular time in Miles Teller's career.
17-year-old filmmaker Stephanie Cherng tells MTV News what she thinks of the ACLU's push for civil rights investigations into women in Hollywood.
Students at a West Virginia high school managed to watch a full 10 minutes of "Fifty Shades of Grey" in class before someone got wise and stopped them.