You learn something new every day on Twitter. Like this revelation from “Cougar Town” star Busy Philipps: the hilarious blond has never seen 007 in action! Can you believe it? She’s a Bond virgin (two words that definitely don’t belong in a single sentence). The actress contemplated making this weekend’s “Skyfall” her first. To which we say: Do it!
Neither my husband nor I have ever seen a James Bond movie. Not one. Thinking of making Skyfall the first…
— Busy Philipps (@Busyphilipps25) November 9, 2012
Indeed, we’ve already declared our undying love for the British secret agent, so there’s really not much else to say beyond it’s time to get shaken (and stirred!), Busy!
And with that, Crushers, we bid you a bodacious weekend!
Do you plan to see “Skyfall”? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!
After what seems like an interminable hiatus, Fox’s song-and-dance series finally returns to the airwaves tonight with a brand-new episode. And “Glee” cast member Chord Overstreet really wants you to tune in, offering the incentives of numerous show tunes and a winning performance by Jane Lynch.
Hey guys! Make sure u catch @gleeonfox tonight! It’s a brand new episode! We’re all auditioning for grease. @janemarielynch kills it! #funny
— Chord Overstreet (@chordoverstreet) November 8, 2012
But, really, that’s kind of the show’s bread and butter, right? Give us something new, Chord! (Oh, who are we kidding? We’ll obviously be tuning in…)
Are you glad “Glee” is back? Do you think “Grease” is the word? Sound off in the comments and on Twitter!
Our walk down “Twilight” memory lane continues, this time with the woman who started it all: Stephenie Meyer. The authoress stopped by our recent MTV First: “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2″ during which Josh Horowitz asked her to recall the first time she saw Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart as her beloved Edward and Bella.
“The first time I saw these two in character was on camera, and that was really fun,” Stephenie said. “I think the first scene I saw was in the forest with the ‘How old are you?’ [scene]. That was the first thing I saw. It was pretty amazing.”
In fact, Stephenie (who served as a producer for the franchise’s latter films) didn’t even watch a screen test until the series’ second installment.
“I didn’t get to see the screen tests with any of them except for Taylor for ‘New Moon,’ and I do remember that, because it was really good,” she recalled. “[Director] Chris Weitz sent it to me, and I thought, ‘Oh, Taylor, wow!’ You were pretty good too, Kristen.”
We’re in the final days of our Twi-Fight Saga! Be sure to head on over to twilight.mtv.com to cast your vote now!
Do you hope Stephenie Meyer will pen more “Twilight” novels? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!
Full version of Demi Lovato’s new song Shut Up And Love Me!