Stranger Things may have moved from the Upside Down to whatever nightmare-scape populates Season 2, but leave it to Sunday’s MTV Movie Awards to combine two of the biggest sunken places of recent memory. Get Out meets Stranger Things in a new star-studded parody from the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards, and no tree is safe.
Since Dennis Miller hosted the very first MTV Movie Awards back in 1992, the music channel’s annual award ceremony has been something of a fun dalliance into a world where the artistic merit of a movie is less important than its popular clout. This year marks a couple of big changes for the format: not only did the award show change its official name — it is now known as the MTV Movie & TV Awards — it also has become arguably the most inclusive award show to date, honoring titles like Moonlight, Get Out, and Jane the Virgin alongside its stalwart categories like Best Kiss and Best Villain.
Conan O'Brien spent this past weekend hosting something a little different than his normal late night show -- the funny man took over the MTV Movie Awards, where he still managed to put his own spin on the typically tween-heavy outing (do tweens even know who Conan O'Brien is? They do now!).
While offering up new looks at films like 'The Fault in Our Stars' and 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' the 2014 MTV Movie Awards debuted a new clip from 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' as presented by stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Jamie Foxx.
While the 2014 MTV Movie Awards and a major 'Game of Thrones' episode were raging on, the first 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' TV spot hit the web, offering up new footage of the turtles in action and our first look at their master, Splinter! ...
The 2014 MTV Movie Awards debuted new looks at a few of the most highly anticipated films, including 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.' Star Ellen Page came out on stage to debut a new clip from the epic mutant team-up, and you can watch it now online.
The 2014 MTV Movie Awards winners were announced during the awards ceremony, which aired on Sunday, April 13, and was hosted by late-night TV personality and comedian Conan O'Brien. Films like 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' and 'We're the Millers' dominated the nominations, but which ones took home the top honors?
The first 'Catching Fire' trailer has finally hit during the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, following a slew of Capitol Couture character posters and one "teaser-for-a-teaser trailer" that didn't reveal very much of anything (other than that Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss is still PO-ed for having almost died in 'The Hunger Games'). With no more lame flaming Mockingjay symbols, check out the first