During a performance of “What’s My Name” at her Loud Tour, Rihanna tripped and fell in the middle of the routine! Ri Ri paused for a moment caught her breath then got right back shaking her hips. Unlike Beyonce when she tumbled down a grand staircase, Rihanna smiled and laughed like the rest of us would. Rihanna Denies Dating Drake Via Twitter Rihanna & Drake Hook Up In Montreal [PHOTOS]
Em plays two versions of himself in eerie clip co-starring porn star Sasha Grey. By Rob Markman Eminem on the set of his “Space Bound” music video Photo: Eric Ford / On Location News Just when we thought Eminem had fully escaped his demons following the release of his multiplatinum 2010 album Recovery, Marshall Mathers takes his own life with a single gunshot to the head in his new “Space Bound” video, which is now available on iTunes. The video is a gut-wrenching look into another of Eminem’s tumultuous relationships, much like the one exhibited in the video for “Love the Way You Lie” — this time with deadly results. Filmed in Los Angeles in February, the Joseph Kahn-directed clip starts with our leading man walking down a foggy road in the middle of the night. Obviously perturbed, a sullen Em marches on, hands in his pockets, until a passing car picks him up. In the driver’s seat is the Detroit rapper’s love interest, played by porn star Sasha Grey. Things clearly aren’t all peaches and cream. Eminem jumps in the front passenger seat, with a pensive look on his face, while another, more cynical version of Em rides in the back. The differences between the two Shadys are apparent. The front-seat version is calm, with his eyes darting back and forth between his girlfriend and the gun that sits in the glove compartment. The other Em is riled up, hurling insults at Grey, though she is unaware of his presence. As the couple pulls up to a pit stop, Grey exits the vehicle first with a gun in her back pocket, while Em follows her. They enter a diner, Grey first and the rapper a few steps behind. Here, the director splits the screen and the two Eminems go their separate ways, one to the counter and the other to the booth where his girlfriend sits, texting on her cell phone. Eminem grows suspicious of the texts and checks his girl’s phone after she gets up to go to the bathroom. The rapper apparently finds what he has long suspected: His woman is cheating. Throughout the video, Eminem follows Grey like a lost puppy. It’s when they check into a motel room that the drama unfolds. Closing the door behind him, Eminem begins to attack his girlfriend before realizing that she wasn’t even there in the first place. Left at the end of his rope, Eminem pulls out the gun, puts it to his chin and fires a single shot through his own head. Blood splatters, and Shady falls to the floor. Simultaneously, the alternate Eminem, who is still seated at the counter, is struck by the bullet as well, falling back off of his bar stool before the clip rewinds back to the beginning of the 4:30 video, where we once again see our leading man walking down that foggy road in the middle of the night. Did Eminem imagine the entire ordeal? Or did his cheating girlfriend metaphorically kill the hopeless romantic, leaving only a distrustful version of himself? The image is jarring; the interpretation, however, is up to you. How did you interpret Eminem’s “Space Bound” video? Tell us in the comments. Related Artists Eminem
You know how David Wain was toying with the idea of directing a Wet Hot American Summer prequel in which all of the middle-aged cast members appear as 16-year-olds? Well, that project may not just be another sequel pipe dream because five of the original film’s actors have already agreed to return to Camp Firewood.
With The Hobbit — excuse me, The Hobbit: The Unexpected Journey — a year and a half away from hitting screens, what’s a LOTR er to do with all that free time? If you’re a West Coast Middle-earther, circle your calendar for October 2011 when the live Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring concert tour hits, performing Howard Shore’s award-winning score in tandem with a digital screening of the film.
Disney’s California Adventure amusement park, located right next door to Disneyland, is in the middle of a $1 billion renovation. The first major addition is a new “The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure” ride, which opened yesterday with the help of Ariel’s original voice actress Jodi Benson, who performed “Part of Your World” for parkgoers. The ride whisks passengers past scenes from the movie and concludes with an as-yet-undisclosed “surprise ending.” What could that surprise be? We have nine guesses.
Directed by: 3littledigs Right in the middle of the club during the Southern Lights release party in Atlanta, Donnis brings out the cameras and shoots a visual for ‘Get Up Get Out’. Broadcasting platform : Vimeo Source : illRoots Discovery Date : 22/04/2011 22:49 Number of articles : 2
At 1:15 he talks with @lacesy , takes a picture with her and when he meets her sister says “Nice to meet you”. That in the middle of the Red Carpet madness Another video where she mentions LetMeSign Her picture from yesterday and the one he signed Thanks to lacesy and Let Me Sign Broadcasting platform : YouTube Source : Robert Pattinson Life Discovery Date : 18/04/2011 23:16 Number of articles : 2
‘I had to read it at [director] Wes Craven’s house,’ Emma Roberts recalls of her first look. By Kara Warner Courteney Cox in “Scream 4″ Photo: Gemma La Mana/ Dimension Films With all the secretiveness surrounding the plot details of the “Scream” movies, it’s natural to assume that the general public goes into the films with as little knowledge as the studio can prevent them from acquiring. (Even journalists are asked to refrain from reviewing or commenting on the film until it opens.) But what about the actors? How much are they privy to when they sign on? MTV News recently caught up with the “Scream 4″ cast to find out first, why we should believe their characters are not the killer and second, how much of the script they get to read before they sign on. “[I got] the middle bit, the middle section,” Hayden Panettiere told us. “I was in Germany and [the filmmakers] had somebody fly to Germany, meet me at home to watch me read the middle part of the script, so there was no beginning, no end, subject to change,” she explained. “There’s just something very funny about somebody sitting there watching you read it to make sure you don’t sneak pictures or go sending it anywhere. You feel like your life may be in jeopardy if, God forbid, anything got out.” “When I first read the script, I had to read it at [director] Wes Craven’s house,” Emma Roberts revealed. “So I couldn’t even have it sent to my house. When we got our scripts on set, they all had our names on them and I remember I was getting out of my car to go to work one day and I dropped my script and, literally, the pages were everywhere and I was in this parking lot chasing after all of my pages and, of course, the last few pages were floating away from me,” she recalled. “I grabbed them and brought them to my trailer, [thinking], ‘OK, I don’t know what to do with all this paper, I’m so nervous to be carrying this around.’ ” Franchise veteran David Arquette wasn’t able to pull rank for extra information either. “I didn’t receive a full script, no,” Arquette said. “It’s always been a whirlwind when these films get going. You never really know what’s happening, what’s going to happen, and also how it works in the films … when I go see these movies, there’s a lot of, ‘Oh, they kept that? Wow, that worked. Oooh, scary.’ ” Jokesters Adam Brody and Anthony Anderson, who play buddy cops Hoff and Perkins in the film, claimed that they still don’t know anything about the film. “I’m still getting pages now,” Anderson said. “I got the whole thing, and then they took it back and then gave me another one,” Brody bragged. “For as secret as it was — and I was really paranoid that I had it in my hotel room or backpack forever — it says your name on it and I thought, ‘I’m going to blow this whole thing,’ so surprisingly they gave it to me and let me keep it and I didn’t want it,” he said. “Honestly, I don’t think they gave us the actual script,” Anderson continued. “I think they gave us some type of story with our name on it, to scare us,” he claimed. “Because every time I got to work, the lines that were in the script that I had studied the night before were not the lines we were doing that day at work.” Do you plan to see “Scream 4″? Let us know in the comments! Check out everything we’ve got on “Scream 4.” For breaking news, celebrity columns, humor and more — updated around the clock — visit MTVMoviesBlog.com . Related Videos MTV Rough Cut: ‘Scream 4′ Related Photos The New ‘Scream’ Queens Scream 4: Red Carpet Arrivals Scream 4
James Reed-Maroulis looked elsewhere for inspiration and found his answer in the 2000 Italian movie Malena. “I always loved the name. I’m not fond of a lot of Greek female names,” he reveals. “James is my middle name and my father’s name. It just fit.” A very “proud Greek-American,” the former American Idol alum, 35, admits that growing up with an unusual name often left him with plenty of explaining to do. “I got tortured for my name for years. They called me Dean. To this day they screw up my
Melvyn Lee Shang Bin, 24, allegedly failed to control his car properly when he was driving along the East Coast Parkway towards Ayer Rajah Expressway at 6pm on 18 October 2009. Celebrity chef Melvyn Lee Shang Bin, host of “Accidental Chef” which was telecast on Channel NewsAsia, was charged on Monday with a negligent act that killed a motorcyclist. His vehicle is said to have veered towards the left, hitting a car in the middle lane. Lee#39;s car allegedly veered one more time, went over the