MTV Movie Awards Night Last Saturday Is Filled With Extraordinary Events By Extraordinary People
MTV Movie Awards Night was filled with exquisite outfits from amazing stars, directors and guests.
Lovely lace and exquisite leather, that’s what most of the stars wore last Saturday for the MTV Movie Awards night, but there’s more to it.
Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart hosted the show, performing a rap song about the year’s films.
It was “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” hat toppes the annual 25th annual MTV Movie Awards, while Will Smith and Melissa McCarthy received special honors, Charlize Theron won the first award of the night as the best female performance for “Mad Max: Fury Road”.
Ryan Reynolds won two prizes for “Deadpool” as best comedic performance and best fight, which he shared with actor Ed Skein.
Along the awardees are Chris Patt, for being best action performance for “Jurassic World”, Amy Poehler as best “vitual performance” as Joy in “Inside Out” and “Straight Outta Compton”, which won for true story.
The MTV Movie Awards is a marketing platform for summer movies, giving out appreciation for all celebrities, directors, and every team behind every production, having the “Golden Popcorn” as their trophy.
The presenters during the night, which was held last April 10, Saturday, were principals from upcoming films, including Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele of “Keanu”, Seth Rogen, Woody Harelson, Emilia Clarke, Common, Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid.
Musical performances were provided Ariana Grande, Halsey, and Salt-N-Pea.
But wait, there’s more. The show also included never-before-seen footage from “Suicide Squad” and “Captain America: Civil War”.
The most highlighted part of the night was when Eddie Redmayne unveiled the world premiere of the trailer for “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, while stars Ridley and Abrams had the night’s top prize awarded by Samuel L. Jackson and Alexander Skersgard who co-star in the forthcoming “The Legend of Tarzan”.
MTV Movie Awards 2016 will be airing Sunday, April 11 (USA time) in Comedy Central and other Viacom channels.