‘The Social Network’ Clips


‘The Social Network’ Clips

David Fincher tackles the story of Mark Zuckerberg and the founding of Facebook.


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Photos | The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Miranda Cosgrove, More Arrive At 2009 Kids’ Choice Awards

The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Miranda Cosgrove, More Arrive At 2009 Kids’ Choice Awards

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Katy Perry – I Kissed A Girl


I Kissed A Girl


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Miley Cyrus – When I Look At You


When I Look At You


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Linkin Park’s ‘Waiting For The End’ Video: Watch A Preview!

Full clip from A Thousand Suns single premieres Friday.
By James Montgomery

Linkin Park’s music video for “Waiting for the End”

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Linkin Park‘s A Thousand Suns is an album full of musical left turns, and perhaps none are as, well, “left turn-y” as “Waiting for the End,” a song that’s one part soaring, big-boned ballad, one part rattling, slightly Ragga dancehall toast, and zero parts anything LP have previously attempted.

In keeping with the spirit that’s guided the band throughout the Thousand Suns cycle, Linkin Park have chosen “End” as the album’s second single. And, we’ve got a sneak peek at the video.

Directed once again by bandmember Joseph Hahn — who did LP’s last video, for “The Catalyst,” and pretty much every excellent clip they’ve ever made — “Waiting For The End” conjures up the same murky, mercurial feel as “The Catalyst” clip, only there’s an austere beauty to it too. Hahn shoots his LP-mates in somber monochrome, then covers their bodies in grids of interlocking, vaguely astral projections, giving the whole thing an intimate, hand-drawn feel, while, at the same time, building on the band’s long-established fascination with all things tech-y and Gundam. (See, A Thousand Suns detractors: They’re still the same band!)

It’s a look they’ve obviously been working on for a while now: When LP played in New York last month, most of the visuals projected behind them also meshed man and machine. So, if you like what you’re seeing in the “End” video, chances are you’re gonna love their upcoming North American tour.

The full “Waiting For The End” video premieres Friday morning on MTV.com, and on MTV that night (at 7:56 p.m. ET, to be precise). But, since we know waiting sucks, have a look at this exclusive 30-second clip right now.

What do you think of the “Waiting for the End” clip? Tell us in the comments below!

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Diplomats Talk Kanye West’s ‘Christmas In Harlem’

Dipset’s Jim Jones tells MTV News carol collabo with Chicago MC makes sense given the title: ‘If I was Kanye I would’ve called us too.’
By Hillary Crosley

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On Thursday, Kanye West released the festive song “Christmas In Harlem” featuring CyHi The Prynce and Teyana Taylor with a local twist.

Harlemites and Diplomat members Cam’ron, Jim Jones and Vado joined in on the carol along with Musiq and G.O.O.D. Music MCs Pusha T and Big Sean. (Taylor also hails from Uptown.)

“I didn’t know nothing about it, I’m just getting hip to that right now but it’s simple though,” Jim Jones told MTV News when asked how the track came together. “Sh–, if I was Kanye I would’ve called us too. It don’t make sense if they from Chicago, they would’ve made ‘Christmas in Chicago’ then right?”

The Dips began releasing Yuletide tracks like “Ballin’ on Christmas” in 2006 off their A Dipset X-Mas LP. As for collaborating with West on the Hit-Boy-produced holiday track, Jones said fans can thank Cam’ron.

“Cam called me, sent me the beat, I did my part, sent it back to Cam and he took care of the rest of the business,” Jimmy said.

And while the collaboration is a treat for rap fans’ digital Christmas stockings, it does bring up the most recent rift between Cam’ron and Kanye. In September, Cam’ron and Jones remixed West’s “Runaway” and Cam spit the following lyrics: “And Kanye, you a sucka n—a, dissed Dame so my attitude is f— the n—a/ Sucked off Jigga, how you gonna live with that?/ Took the beat, now come get it back.”

“I couldn’t tell you what that was about but I know Cam and Don C are like best friends,” Jimmy said of the Dipset leader’s relationship with one of Kanye’s managers. “We’ve actually known Kanye and them for over 10 years from some of our earlier shows when we first got into the music industry so we have a great rapport with them more than anything else.

“I don’t think people took what we did so serious more than it was [just the] art of the music that we do,” he continued. “I guess Cam had something on his mind but it wasn’t really a life-or-death situation. And I know Kanye’s a very smart person, he’s got a great spirit, so it’s great that he chose to look past anything that was going on. I appreciate it.”

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MTV Rough Cut: ‘It’s Kind Of A Funny Story’


MTV Rough Cut: ‘It’s Kind Of A Funny Story’

Zach Galifianakis and Emma Roberts talk about ther upcoming movie “It’s Kind Of A Funny Story” and a few other projects they may or may not be working on in the future.

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