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‘Teen Mom’ Maci Bookout’s Weekend Wedding: See The Photos

4 June 2012 2:10 PM, PDT | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Holy matrimony! 'Teen Mom' Maci had a weekend wedding! Maci Bookout raised eyebrows June 3 when she tweeted personal photos from the private celebration — but while the wedding was private, it certainly wasn't Maci's; The reality star simply served as a bridesmaid for the blushing bride. In fact, Maci just broke up with boyfriend Kyle Regal and denied a reconciliation with her other ex Kyle King! Maci's Twitter photo had a simple caption stating, "bestfrans." Maci's southern accent has always been adorable! And her wedding-look was a tease for how beautiful she'd be as a bride! What do You think, HollywoodLifers? Can you see Maci as a bride? [Twitter] -- Chris Rogers More on Maci Bookout: ‘Teen Mom’ Cast Spill Amber Portwood Drama Details: ‘It’s Hard For Her Daughter’ Maci Bookout’s New Sexually Inappropriate Act On ‘Teen MomFarrah AbrahamTeen MomMaci Bookout: Her Dirty »

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Five Reasons You Need To See Wes Anderson's 'Moonrise Kingdom'

25 May 2012 7:57 AM, PDT | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

by Adam Murphy

When it comes to Wes Anderson, moviegoers fall neatly into two piles: those who love him, and those who’ve never heard of him. What’s that? His twee sensibilities are just a little too indie-quirky-cute for you? Well, “Moonrise Kingdom” may surprise even the most jaded viewers. Sure, it’s packed with Anderson’s trademark strand of oddball whimsy, but for the haters out there, you will find a well-acted and tightly written 90 minute movie with enough heart to melt the iceberg that resides in your frigid chest cavity.

For those of you who aren’t already picking up your Rushmore blazer from the dry cleaner to wear to the very first screening, here are five reasons to see “Moonrise Kingdom.”

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Granted, "Moonrise Kingdom" is set in the 1960s, but aren’t you sick and tired of these anemic wimps with their »

- MTV Movies Team

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