Nar and McKenna bring in a special correspondent from Metacafe to give you the heads up on the MTV Movie Awards categories you might not have heard of... like... Best Inanimate Object.
McKenna covers "The Hangover" 3 plot and discusses "The Fighter" sisters red carpet interview with NextMovie.
In a world where "Candyland" and "Battleship" are on their way to the big screen, is it any surprise that "Risk" has snagged a screenwriter too? McKenna gives you the secret tip that makes the puzzle pieces fall in place.
Naturally, a remake is in the works... for "Troll Hunter." Wait, really? Nar and McKenna give us the lowdown on troll sequels, plus the latest movie plans of some actor named Tom Hanks.
Remember when the Oscars bumped their Best Picture category from five nominees to 10? Well, in the interest of quality, they're dropping back down to... some mystery number they won't reveal until noms are announced. Secrets!
Alfred may be in a little trouble. Despite non-disclosure agreements, it appears Michael Caine has been hinting about possible Batman sidekicks in "The Dark Knight Rises." Also, "Green Lantern" fails to impress in the box office.
What's Steven Spielberg up to? Oh, a little of this, a little of that -- and a little bit of bringing dinosaurs back to life again in a fourth "Jurassic Park" movie.
"Avatar" may or may not be a trilogy, but when "Awww Snap!" is in the house, it doesn't really matter. Megan Fox continues to get the boot, "The Hangover Part 2" continues to kill at the box office and Nar and McKenna continue to have some really awkward dance moves.
Jamie Foxx lands the lead in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," Idris Elba got the gig for Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim" and Warren Beatty will star in his own Howard Hughes biopic. Phew! That's alotta dudes.
In 1983, the first J.Crew catalog was mailed, Toto's "Africa" topped the charts... and cyber-thriller "War Games" blew our minds. Now the classic computer story is getting a reboot. Let's do the robot to celebrate.
We've got the scoop on a new adaptation of All-American classic "Huckleberry Finn," starring "Super 8" kidlet Joel Courtney and filming soon in... Bulgaria?
McKenna's got enough casting news to make your explode... or is it implode? RZA joins "G.I. Joe," Julia Ormond nurtures a superhero "Superman," and Haley Joel Osment sees dead people again, sort of.