Fergie is back!
And has so many amazing moments, we had to break it down GIF by GIF!
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When it comes to preparing for parts, actors have to pick up all kinds of new skills!
For instance, Dave Franco REALLY learned how to throw cards for the upcoming magic flick Now You See Me: The Second Act!
Sure, the film is still a couple weeks away from opening, but that didn't stop James Franco's lil bro from swinging by The Tonight Show to help promote the sequel!
While Franco was on the show, he decided to not only teach Jimmy Fallon how to throw cards, but he showed off his own skills by chucking one right through a picture of Daniel Radcliffe — who also stars in the flick!
Ch-ch-check out Dave's incredible talent and Jimmy… well, doing his best to throw cards (below)!
Dave Franco played your stereotypical frat bro in the 2014 comedy Neighbors.
Not only did his character Pete chug beers and perform quite the penis party trick, he got revenge on best bro Teddy (Zac Efron) by having sex with his girlfriend!
But in the upcoming Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, the Delta Psi alum's return could be the biggest twist in the film — because he's now in a relationship with another man!
This might seem like a surprising turn for the brotastic sequel, but director Nicholas Stoller says he's been wanting to evolve Pete's sexuality for quite some time.
In an interview with Yahoo! Movies, the Forgetting Sarah Marshall filmmaker explained he was inspired by the bromance between Pete and Teddy in the original film — particularly when Pete says "I love you" to his friend after Teddy takes the blame for a firework-wrecked party house.
"Clearly, we're playing with the homoerotic tension there, and I was like, 'He should just be gay,' Then in this one, it came up again. [Co-writer] Evan Goldberg brought it up, and he said, 'I think he should be gay, and part of [his arc] should be the proposal.' It was kind of all of us coming to the same conclusion."
So not only is Franco's character gay, but he's about to get married to his one true bro (played by
That's why we're SO excited the sequel is only a couple months away, with all the stars returning including Dave Franco and Rose Byrne – PLUS newcomers Chloë Grace Moretz, Selena Gomez, and LL Cool J joining in on the fun!
In the new NSFW trailer, we get a little bit more of EVERYONE, including LL being an overprotective dad holding a GIANT dildo!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly HIGHlarious NSFW trailer (below) and let us know if you'll be catching Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising when it hits theaters May 20!
While we know the next flick in the SW universe will be Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and then Star Wars: Episode VIII, the one after that will be a Han Solo spinoff movie!
But the big question is who will play the scruffy-looking nerf herder?!
Unfortunately, we don't know a whole lot more than the rumored names, but MTV News was lucky enough to catch up with Reynor and Lerman at the Sundance Film Festival to chat with them about the sci-fi part!
When asked about taking on the role made famous by Harrison Ford, Jack dished:
What a lineup!
After auditioning thousands of actors, sources say that executives have narrowed down the list to about a dozen names of their final picks to step into the role made famous by Harrison Ford!
Other actors in the running are Scott Eastwood, Jack Reynor, Brooklyn star Emory Cohen, and Glee actor Blake Jenner!
Wow, that's some serious competition!
A handful of names still remains unknown from Disney's shortlist — one of which is likely
Have you been working out, Seth?
With the film's success, it comes as no surprise the hit film got a sequel that's due out next year! To make it more exciting, the film is titled Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising and has added Chloë Grace Moretz and Selena Gomez.
If that's not enough to get you pumped, the film just released the first official pic that shows off Zac and Seth's abs (above) — even if Zac's are the only REAL ones.
To make that image more hysterical, the Knocked Up star added:
"Anytime I'm shirtless next to Zac Efron for really long periods, it even gets to me eventually."
Awww! Will you be checking out the comedy sequel when it hits theaters May 20, 2016?!
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