“Kill Your Darlings” costars Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan partnered with MTV to pitch a mock Kickstarter campaign that asks fans to raise “four thousand hundred million dollars” for a new film project.
Their proposed movie, “Snowy River,” would be completely improvised and feature the two actors as childhood friends and Brooklyn natives — because “Brooklyn is crazy hot right now” — bound by a dark secret. Radcliffe promises “a lot of hardcore sex” with a long list of actresses (including Helen Mirren). His Brooklyn accent is certainly…fetching.
Alan Rickman also makes an appearance and offers to spend an entire evening watching TV with anyone who donates $50. Shut up and take my money already!
Watch the video on MTV.com.
What was the song of the summer? Well, according to MTV, the aging weird uncle of pop authority, that dubious title goes to One Direction’s “Best Song Ever.” (If you didn’t know that, classify yourself as one of many Americans whose minds – or TVs – went blank following Miley’s twerk-tastic performance.)
But Harry and the guys have late challengers. Vegard and Bård Ylvisåker of Norwegian duo Ylvis are on the scene to fight for that Moonman. Their song, which went viral this week, answers a question plaguing three-year olds everywhere: what does the fox say?
In an interview with Billboard, the brothers reveal they’ve gotten offers of “fully booked tours, record deals from all the biggest companies.” The single hits iTunes Monday, making it easier to remind yourself that the fox’s sound is something like, “Jacha-chacha-chacha-chow!”
Written by Liz.