Saturday, August 18, 2012
Friday, August 17, 2012
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Question: Any intel on Zachary Quinto’s character on the second season of American Horror Story? Is he a patient? —Jordan
Ausiello: Negatory. He’s a doctor in the asylum — and a sane one at that! Asked to compare his new alter ego to his Season 1 character of Chad, Quinto says, “He’s much more grounded and in control.”
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
The Walking Dead Makeup Department for ALL the awards.
MTV News was lucky enough to catch up with Foy recently to talk all things "Breaking Dawn — Part 2," a conversation I'm happy to provide in its entirety for this week's Twilight Tuesday. Read on to be delighted by Foy's accounts of the "vampire contacts tent," why Michael Sheen is amazing and how she hopes to own a Renesmeee action figure at some point.
MTV News: What do you think of this crazy promotion process so far? We saw you briefly during the excitement at Comic-Con...
Mackenzie Foy: It's fun. It's my first movie so I haven't really got to do all the promotional stuff before, so it's all really fun for me.
MTV: Have you seen the finished film yet? Do you know if you'll be allowed to see the whole movie?
Foy: I haven't but I'm really looking forward to seeing it. I honestly don't know [what I'll be allowed to see].
MTV: What about promotional material like posters, t-shirts, lunch boxes or action figures? Have they given you an early look at any Renesmeee-themed products?
Foy: I haven't seen any yet. I don't know [if they're making them] but it would be pretty cool. It would be pretty cool to have my own doll from the film, then it would be like, "Look, I'm playing with me!" It would be cool to have lunch box too.
MTV: Aside from how the movie ends for Renesmee and what you might know about how the book ends, if you could think up a happy ending for Renesmee what would it be?
Foy: I haven't really thought about that but it would be cool to see her happy and having a normal life.
MTV: As normal as possible for a girl surrounded by vampires and werewolves.
Foy: [Laughs] Yeah.
MTV: Renesmee is anything but normal. Can you talk about her special power and how director Bill Condon coached you or set up those scenes when you're demonstrating your power?
Foy: Yeah. Renesmee's power, she can touch you and send thoughts into your mind. You had to make a lot of eye contact when you touch their faces.
Read the rest of the interview at MTV.com
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
In town to promote Cosmopolis, which premiered last night at the Museum of Modern Art and opens in limited release this Friday; Rob and David stopped by the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell. Rob made an appearance on the Daily Show last night and will be on GMA tomorrow morning.
Monday, August 13, 2012
Sunday, August 12, 2012
During the recent Jersey Supernatural Con, Richard Speight, Jr. ("The Trickster"/Gabriel) and Matt Cohen (Young John Winchester) reenacted Fifty Shades of Grey!
This is HILARIOUS!!!!!
This season of True Blood has certainly had its share of twists, turns and shockers. (No, Chris Meloni! NOO!) But as per usual, it seems they’ve saved the best for last!
At least, that’s what I was led to believe after chatting with the lovely Deborah Ann Woll, who took your questions about the last three episodes of the season in the latest Spoiler Room Video Edition. So click below for some scoop on all the hunky men in Jessica’s life, to learn whether Hoyt will be crying ‘wee, wee, wee’ all the way home after being thrown to the pigs (that was grim), and two great teases for what Woll calls the “bloodiest” finale yet. Click here to watch video interview.
LOS ANGELES, August 1, 2012 – Award-winning producer Ryan Murphy today revealed the title of the new chapter of American Horror Story, “American Horror Story: Asylum.”
Set in 1964, American Horror Story: Asylum stars Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Zachary Quinto, James Cromwell, and Joseph Fiennes. Principal photography on the new minseries began on July 17 and it premieres on FX in October.
“When we launched the show last year, we kept quiet about the closed-ended nature of the show because we didn’t want to tip off the audience that the characters were not going to survive,” explained co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy. “Now that it has been established that each year is a closed-ended story, the time seemed right to reveal what we’re calling the new installment.
“We picked ‘Asylum’ because it not only describes the setting – an insane asylum run by Jessica Lange’s character which was formerly a tuberculosis ward – but also signifies a place of haven for the unloved and the unwanted. This year’s theme is about sanity and tackling real life horrors.”
Read more at TVFilmNews.com