Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter

When you think of our 16th president, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t vampires, but the new film “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” hopes to change that.

MTV News spoke with star Benjamin Walker and director Timur Bekmambetov at an event for the movie at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois, the former leader’s hometown.

After screening the first trailer, plus some additional scenes, and taking a few questions from the audience, Walker and Bekmambetov sat down with MTV News to talk Lincoln and attempting to tackle portraying his secret history as a killer of the undead.
Walker made a name for himself on Broadway playing a different president in “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.” His first major starring role, “Vampire Hunter” may seem like an odd choice, but Walker’s first question about the part had nothing to do with the former president or vampires. “My initial reaction was, ‘Who’s directing it?’ ” Walker said. “Then as soon as somebody said Timur, I was relaxed about it. It’s in good hands.” Continue Reading…

Westminster Dog Show 2012’s Best Named Dogs

What kind of name would you give to an aspirational dog — say, one who’s in the running for Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show? If this year’s best of breed winners are any indication, you might want to name him or her after a celebrity.

Ava Gardner, Georgio Armani and Kate “Winsit” are just some of this year’s best-in-breed winners at Westminster, which enters its second day Tuesday. The list also includes some more offbeat names, like Kiss My Cash and Rumpus Bumpus.Continue Reading…

Kate Upton On Cover Of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition

Sports Illustrated magazine on Monday, a piece that really appears to be little more than a string with two red string bikini on the cover of Kate Upton model in its annual swimsuit issue unveiled.


M.J. Daly, senior editor for sports illustrated, “a symbol of sophistication and sexiness” magazine, Web and mobile devices like phones and tablet computers at some 70 million readers saw the issue in Upton.


In the year 17, Zambia, Seychelles, bikini models Australia, Panama and the United States of the Republic, in Florida in Apalachicola. Continue Reading…

Kate Upton is cover model of SI Swimsuit Issue

Kate Upton was revealed as cover model of the 2012Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue during a taping of CBS’ The Late Show with David Letterman in New York Monday night.

SI unveiled a billboard of Upton’s cover image across from Letterman’s Ed Sullivan Theater in Manhattan.
The 19-year old Upton and nine other models were scheduled to present the “Top Ten Reasons This Year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Is the Best One Ever” during last night show. Continue Reading…