VIDEO Max Joseph’s We Are Your Friends movie trailer with Zac Efron and Emily Ratajkowski


It was first revealed last July that Catfish co-host Max Joseph would be fulfilling his dream of directing a feature-length motion picture, and our excitement grew when it was announced in August that the film, titled We Are Your Friends, would star Zac Efron as well as Gone Girl star (and “Blurred Lines” music video beauty) Emily Ratajkowski!


Buy Nev Schulman’s chest hair, enter to win trip to Catfish set

Catfish co-host Nev Schulman is putting the “hair” in chairity (sorry) as he is offering up a snip of his famous chest hair as part of a fundraising campaign for Leave Out Violence (LOVE). There are also other great items available from Nev and Max, and every five dollars you spend will enter you into a raffle for two tickets to meet the dynamic duo in person and spend a day on the Catfish set! Keep reading for the full list of incentives and a link so you can donate now!

Catfish SPOILER Samm says she sent the initial email to MTV, not Steven


On tonight’s episode of Catfish we have the first instance of a mother sending in an application on behalf of her child as Aurora explains her son Steven is in a serious online relationship with a girl he’s never met named Samm. But, Samm is claiming that she was the one that actually applied to be on the show and that after producers saw her photos they decided she would be the better catfish!

Max Joseph angry at Bruce Jenner attention after Nepal earthquake, Baltimore protest


Catfish co-host Max Joseph has always been an adamant supporter of the LGBT community and proponent of LGBT rights, but he is angered that people’s attention is on Bruce Jenner coming out as transgender in the wake of the earthquake in Nepal that has claimed the lives of more than 4,000 people, as well as the protests in Baltimore and “another black life snuffed out at the hands of the police.”

Nev Schulman defends photo of himself swimming with captive dolphin


Catfish host Nev Schulman responded at length to negative comments he received after posting a photo of himself with a dolphin in captivity at Dolphin Quest, including all the great work that Dolphin Quest does to “responsibly educate people about Dolphins as well as study them,” as well as how much he has personally done to further the cause of marine mammal conservation/protection organizations. “I can’t stand all the people who felt it was their place to tell me how wrong I was to swim with dolphins in captivity but have probably never done anything to actually make a difference about it,” an uncharacteristically riled up Nev wrote. “Seeing the cove and posting a comment on my wall about it doesn’t make you a hero.” Keep reading for Nev’s full response!