Receiving an invitation to the Oscars is great. Receiving an invitation to the MTV Movie Awards is even better (that's right, even better). Receiving an invitation to both? Why, you've just hit your zenith as an actor. You've covered all bases. The old white people at the Academy think you're important, and the MTV generation thinks you're rad. Yes, rad.
But which of the two prestigious events did the following thespians enjoy more, by our perception?
Let's find out! Get More »
If there's one thing we took away from Sunday night's MTV Movie Awards, it's that when Rebel Wilson is around, you would be best off putting earmuffs over young ears or shooing sensitive listeners away.
Wilson, who hosted last night's festivities, was in rare form, tossing off often raunchy one-liners left and right.
Well, that was unexpected. It seems like Aubrey Plaza, star of TV's "Parks and Recreation" and the upcoming "The To-Do List" checked one very unique task off her list last night: Stage-bombing Will Ferrell in the middle of his acceptance speech for the Comedic Genius Award at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards.
Attendees were just as surprised by the unscripted moment as audience members and Ferrell himself.
MTV News' Josh Horowitz caught up with funnyman and "Anchorman" supporting cast member Steve Carell on the red carpet last night at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards and quizzed him about the upcoming flick. Carell, who's filming the follow-up right this very minute, delivered the good word.
"It's pretty good," Carell told Horowitz. "If you like the first 'Anchorman,' you will like or love this movie."
Sounds like the lols-to-ticket-cost ratio is going to come out highly in your favor, moviegoer!
"Man, it's funny," Carell said. "It's really funny."
Sounds like he loves it just about as much as he loves lamp.
"Anchorman: The Legend Continues" is due out in theaters on December 20.
[From MTV] Wondering where Jennifer Lawrence was during Sunday night's MTV Movie Awards? We were too, and we wonder if her absence doesn't have something to do with a remarkable new clip from MTV's "True Life"featuring Lawrence's twin sister, Katherine.
OK, we're kidding. It's not really Lawrence's sister; it's Movie Awards host Rebel Wilson, goofing simultaneously on the Oscar-winning A-lister and MTV's long-running docuseries. The "True Life: My Sister's Famous" short, which is a bonus skit from the Movie Awards, focuses on Katherine's life in her superstar sibling's shadow. "No, I'm not jealous of her, not one bit," Wilson says through clenched teeth. Get More »
Rebel Wilson — who pulled triple duty at the ceremony as host, performer and winner — Skylar Astin, Alexis Knapp, Esther Dean and Ben Platt gathered onstage at Sony Pictures Studio in Culver City, Calif. to perform an a capella medley of Miley Cyrus' "The Climb," Eminem's "Lose Yourself," Alicia Keys' "Girl on Fire" and Macklemore's "Thrift Shop."
It was, as Macklemore would say, f**king awesome. Get More »
Phew! What a ride! Two short hours later, the MTV Movie Awards are over, and it's safe to say that the 2013 version was as memorable as any. One thing's for sure: I definitely didn't write this vague, general introduction a full 45 minutes before the show even started.
It was a whirlwind 120 minutes, and even if you didn't miss a moment, you may have missed a few moments. So let's head to the replay booth and recap the best and worst of what we just saw. Get More »
Tonight's MTV Movie Awards got the tweeters tweeting — mostly to make fun of everybody, but whatevs, that's cool.
Fat Amy Rebel Wilson at the helm, zingers were bound to be zung. And zung they were. And they were. Who caught the lion's share of the interwebs' special brand of vitriol?
Well, since it's Hollywood, no one was safe, so we'll let you decide. Here are the some of the snappiest e-snaps of the night! Who said it best? Get More »
While the "Anchorman" star was making the A-listers in the room LOL with his speech, the "Parks and Recreation" star — with the name of her August film "The To Do List" scrolled across her chest — jumped onstage and tried to wrestle the statue out of his hand. While it seemed like it may have been a gag, MTV News can confirm that the moment was anything but planned. Get More »
MTV has long been a pioneer in introducing the world to new types of music, but thanks to an exclusive new clip from "Iron Man 3" unveiled at the MTV Movie Awards earlier this evening, it looks like an old favorite is about to top the charts: Heavy metal.
That's the only way to describe the intense new footage, which features Robert Downey Jr.'s billionaire playboy genius philanthropist facing off against the toughest foe he's ever faced, namely Sir Ben Kingsley's Mandarin. And frankly... it doesn't look so good for everyone favorite Avenger.
Of course, you'll have to wait until "Iron Man 3" hits theaters on May 3 to find out what ends up happening. But if you want a taste of the dark times to come, check out this new clip, courtesy of MTV. So check it out.
And get ready for some serious headbanging.