Tropic Thunder Viral Video by MTV Movie Awards

The Pitch: I know we don’t give the MTV Movie Awards much credit, but each year they usually have a couple pre-taped segments which are pretty funny. This year the segment everyone is talking about involved Ben Stiller, Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr planning a vial video for Tropic Thunder. I’m not going to give too much away, but any video which has Iron Man hitting the Kung Fu Panda in the balls with a hammer is worth your time.

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2008 MTV Movie Awards Winners

MTV Movie Awards 2008Here is a listing of the winners from tonight’s 2008 MTV Movie Awards. I would comment but I’m not sure anyone really takes this award show seriously. I mean, “Best Movie of the Summer So Far”? Seriously!

Best Movie: Transformers
Best Male Performance: Will Smith in I Am Legend
Breakthrough Performance: Zac Efron in Hairspray
Best Female Performance:
Ellen Page in Juno
Best Comedic Performance:
Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Best Fight: Sean Faris and Cam Gigandet in Never Back Down
Best Villain: Johnny Depp in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Best Kiss: Briana Evigan and Robert Hoffman in Step Up 2 The Streets
Best Summer Movie So Far: Iron Man
Tom Cruise presented Adam Sandler with the MTV Generation Award

300 PosterMTV has revealed the nominees for the 2007 MTV Movie Awards. Only at the MTV Awards can you see 300 and Blades of Glory nominated for best picture or Little Man getting nominated for, ANYTHING.  I’m sure Transformers will win The Best Summer Movie You Haven’t Seen Yet. Let’s hope that Borat‘s Sacha Baron Cohen vs. Ken Davitian wins for Best Fight.

Check out the full list after the jump.

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Sarah Silverman to Host the 2007 MTV Movie Awards

Sarah SilvermanI, like everyone who was a children of the 1980′s, watched the MTV Movie Awards since the beginning. But somewhere around my late teenage years I stopped watching. Not because I had grown out of that demographic, or was uninterested, but instead because I realized the show was taped. With the internet boom, the award show results usually appeared on the internet days before the show aired. I somehow felt cheated by a show that marketed itself on it’s spontaneous energy. Well, today I have three bits of good news.

1. The 16th Annual MTV Movie Awards will be broadcast live from the Gibson Theater in Universal City, California on Sunday, June 3, 2007.

2. To help capture the reality of the live show, Emmy Award® winning producer Mark Burnett has been hired.

And the best one is for last:

3. Sarah Silverman is hosting! That’s right, the MTV Movie Awards might be funny again this year.

I can’t wait. I’m actually marking this one on the calendar (err, the iCal. Calendars are so 20th century).

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