Michonne and Andrea are one of the most fearsome twosomes lurking around the zombie apocalypse. They survived a horrible winter with nothing but each other and a pair of harmless walkers as camouflage, proving that two strong-willed and highly capable individuals are more than equipped to fend off the legions of undead roaming the earth.
But the two have seen happier times, as their arrival at Woodbury has put their friendship to the test. The latest episode of "The Walking Dead," titled "Say the Word," brought their conflicting philosophies on the new community to a head.
by Tami Katzoff (@tvtamijo)
Sunday, November 11 will be a big day for Browncoats: after a full series marathon, Science Channel will premiere its one-hour special, “Firefly: Browncoats Unite.”
The Weekly Whedon will have a preview of the special later this week, but to satiate your appetite for all things shiny until then, here’s a nice treat: a groovy “Firefly” remix that includes many memorable moments and lines from all of our beloved Serenity crewmembers, plus cameos by featured characters such as Saffron and Vera (Jayne’s “very favorite gun”).
Enjoy it below!
Marc Webb knew he had found his Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy from the moment he tested Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone together. Sparks apparently flew from the second he first auditioned the couple, who have been dating ever since they starred in "The Amazing Spider-Man."
"When we tested them, there was fireworks. She could take on Andrew's improvisation and witticisms and one-up them. I mean, it was amazing to see them go back and forth," Webb recalled in a new behind-the-scenes video, courtesy of ET. "It was really fun to watch them and, again, it became an obvious combination because that's what people are there for."
"The Walking Dead" went for the jugular in its latest episode, in more ways than one. Head over to our "Walking Dead" recap if you missed the ep and want to know what happened. Needless to say, it was a brutal hour, and the stage is now set for an even crazier follow-up episode with next week's "Say the Word."
AMC has posted a preview of the upcoming episode, featuring Glenn and his two newest prison neighbors dealing with the fallout of this week's climactic events.
See it below, but warning — MAJOR SPOILERS ahead if you're not caught up!
by Tami Katzoff (@tvtamijo)
After triumphant appearances at both San Diego and New York Comic-Con, the tenth anniversary celebrations for "Firefly" continue: On November 11, Science Channel will premiere “Firefly: Browncoats Unite,” a 60-minute special which will feature new interviews with the show’s cast and producers.
And here’s a post-Halloween treat: The Weekly Whedon has obtained an exclusive clip from the special! Watch Nathan Fillion and Summer Glau reminisce about auditioning for the roles of Captain Malcolm Reynolds and River Tam.
See it below!
Heroes? There is no such thing. But there is such a thing as nerds in the world — even Mandarin wouldn't deny that after watching MTV News' "Iron Man 3" trailer commentary, featuring our very own Josh Horowitz and Splash Page editor Josh Wigler geeking out over the latest trailer from Marvel Studios.
Watch their reactions to the "Iron Man 3" trailer in the video below!
If you liked the "Arrow" series premiere, we're pretty confident you're going to enjoy the rest of the season. At New York Comic Con, The CW released a sizzle reel of what to expect from the future of the show, and judging by the violence and stakes seen in the footage, we're all in for a bumpy ride.
Watch the reel and read the highlights below.
"The Walking Dead" premiered its third season tonight, and true to its word, the pace of the episode, "Seed," was quicker and deadlier than season two's final escape from Hershel's farm. In fact, not everybody made it out of the premiere unscathed — one character in particular met a very gruesome ending indeed.
We spoke with the "Walking Dead" cast for their eulogies of the fallen hero. Read on for their thoughts. Needless to say, MASSIVE SPOILERS ahead!
"The Amazing Spider-Man" swings onto Blu-ray and DVD on November 9, and you can experience Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield's reboot of the iconic Marvel Comics hero in an all-new way thanks to the Second Screen App.
The app, available now, can be synced up with the home video release of "Spider-Man" and used to explore all sorts of behind-the-scenes content from concept art to interviews with the stars. Case in point — the below interview with Emma Stone, where she explains what makes Garfield's version of Peter Parker such an attractive hero.
There are also opportunities to see some of the more complicated action scenes from "Spider-Man" in their earliest pre-viz stages, as seen in the below video:
Can't wait for Sunday's all new, zombie-slaying, fight for survival that is AMC's "The Walking Dead?" Fear not, dedicated fans, for MTV News has got you covered via a weighty debate among the cast members about a very important season three subject: If you were in a zombie apocalypse would you rather live in Woodbury or the prison?
Here's what the cast had to say!