Fans of The Hills might be in for a celebration. While the hit series prepares for its upcoming 10th anniversary special on MTV, a movie deal might also be in the works. According to Us Magazine, producers have expressed a strong desire to move The Hills to the big screen in the near future. Show More Summary
It’s been a long time since the ladies of “The Hills” were all together in one place, and MTV is hoping to convince Lauren Conrad to sign on to a movie adaptation. According to Entertainment Weekly, the network has already approached...Show More Summary
The rest may be written after all: A reunion movie for MTV's The Hills could be nigh, E! News has learned. According to a source, some of the ladies who shot to fame on the MTV...
We're inching ever closer to a movie adaptation of MTV's The Hills, which premiered 10 years ago this week. According to Entertainment Weekly, stars Kristin Cavallari, Whitney Port and Audrina Patridge have all expressed interest in reuniting for a feature film on the landmark reality series but ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Hills
If the announcement of The Hills' ten-year anniversary special wasn't enough to fill your nostalgia tank, the potential for something even bigger and better is on the horizon. Sources tell Entertainment Weekly that the former MTV reality show is close to securing a movie adaptation, with stars Kristin Cavallari, Whitney Port, and Audrina ... More »
Who sent out the all-black dress code memo? The post The Best and Worst-Dressed Celebrities At The 2016 MTV Movie Awards Will Get You Talking appeared first on TheGloss.
Scream is getting a little less Ghostface and a little more Freddie Krueger. Second seasons, much like movie sequels, come with the pressure of having to build on and improve upon their initial runs. MTV's Scream series is undertaking that task in its sophomore effort by expanding its horror movie... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Scream
MTV chief film critic Amy Nicholson interviews the experts who make your favorite movies
MTV film critic Amy Nicholson interviews the experts who make your favorite movies
MTV chief film critic Amy Nicholson interviews the experts who make your favorite movies.
Welcome back to 'Skillset,' an MTV podcast about the experts who make your favorite movies
The Italian filmmaker talks to MTV News about making a movie that is for and about the "grown-ups."
I rolled my eyes harder than anyone when it was revealed that MTV was making a new television series based on the Scream movies. However, a few trusted friends and colleagues have told me that my negativity was misplaced. I have yetShow More Summary
Zac Efron and Sami Miro, who've been dating since fall 2014 and attended the MTV Movie Awards together earlier this month, are a couple no more, according to reports out Monday. The "Baywatch" actor, 28, seems to have purged all pictures of the 28-year-old model from his Instagram and Twitter....
Now hear this: This month, MTV News is unveiling the MTV Podcast Network, a constellation of new shows about music, pop culture, and politics. Today, we’re proud to present the first episode of our chief film critic’s new show, “Skillset with Amy Nicholson.” On “Skillset,” every guest is an expert. And in every episode, these... Read more »
Ryan Reynolds is a gift to Twitter. While the Deadpool actor is frequently hilarious (see his MTV Movie Awards speech), his sarcastic sense of humor particularly shines on Twitter when he's talking about his daughter, James, who is just over a year old. Show More Summary
The Talk - Did the MTV Movie Awards go too far by mocking teenage pregnancy? After keeping fans waiting months for an answer, MTV confirmed today it would be ordering a new season of its fan favorite fantasy drama, The Shannara Chronicles. According to the network, the show was MTV's highest rated ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Shannara Chronicles
Look really close. Can you identify this former A-list star. Maybe this will help, from the 1997 MTV Movie Awards. Yes, the above photo is of Jim Carrey on the set of Bad Batch, due out later this year. Carrey,...
Based on the book I Want My MTV: The Uncensored Story of the Music Video Revolution The post James Ponsoldt to Direct A24’s History of MTV Movie appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
A24 has optioned the rights to I Want My MTV: The Uncensored Story of the Music Video Revolution, and has set The Spectacular Now/The End of the Tour director James Ponsoldt to develop the book into a feature film. Details on the I Want My MTV Movie, after the jump. Show More Summary