MTV Movie Awards 2010 Picture of the Day

Even though the 2011 MMAs are my favorite [hand-holding Robsten, anyone?] 2010 was simply EPIC and I loved every moment of it, the sparks were still there…but at the same time you can see that a part of it developed into love and adoration. And when Rob kissed Kristen *sobs* “we probably shouldn't do this, right?” she said and BAM! he attacked her with his lips :D

I know that most people would say their favorite pic would be from the best kiss moment, but for me it&

#039;s this one. The way Rob looks down at her, checking her out and all..GAH! Pure desire! like he's saying “Oh, you are mine, ALL mine” :D Oh Rob!


MTV Movie Awards 2009 Picture of the Day

Well, let's face it .. this MTV Movie Awards was a very special one. Rob and Kristen seemed to be so much more comfortable with each other, and can we not forget that EPIC slow-motion not-kiss?! I can't choose just one picture, so I'm spamming you with ALL of the pics that made me believe that Robsten had something really special going on .. those stares .. those looks .. that chemistry .. need I say more?

How can we forget Rob taking out his gum in preparation for this kiss?! Just look at Kristen's gaze .. I think she finds it incredibly sexy, too! ;)

Don't forget to vote for Rob and Kristen to win BEST KISS and MOVIE OF THE YEAR! This, of all years, they deserve it for one very important reason … THE EPIC WEDDING SCENE KISS!!!!!

More pics + commentary after break ;)


MMA 2008 Picture of the Day!

The way you hold a friend…but secretly wishing she was yours.  Little did Robert know…

Check back here tomorrow for our 2009 MMA Picture of the Day and to watch Rob and Kristen’s body language transform from “buddies” to “couple”!


Kristen, Charlize, and Chris to Present at The MTV Movie Awards


Joining the couple in handing out the popcorn trophies to their fellow actors and actresses: Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, Mark Wahlberg, Chris Hemsworth, Mila Kunis and Michael Fassbender.

UPDATE: Chris Hemsworth is also said to present: 

Set to air live on Sunday, June 3 at 9 p.m. EST, the 21st annual MTV Movie Awards may just be the most star-studded edition yet. Stewart, for instance, will be appearing alongside her “Snow White and the Huntsman” co-star Chris Hemsworth, who, by the way, is also Thor in the biggest box office smash in recent history, “The Avengers.”

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MTV Movie Awards 2012 Nominations

Movie of the Year
» “Bridesmaids”
» “The Hunger Games”
» “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2″
» “The Help”
» “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1″

Best Kiss
» Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, “Crazy, Stupid, Love”
» Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2″
» Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, “The Hunger Games”
» Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum, “The Vow”
» Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1″

The Fandom is NOT amused. #MTVWEHATEYOU is a Worldwide Trending Topic:

Head over to to vote for your favorite flicks starting Tuesday at 8 a.m. ET. The 21st annual MTV Movie Awards air live Sunday, June 3, at 9 p.m. ET!


MTV Re-vamps its Movie Awards Voting System

The annual show adds new categories, a voting academy of industry professionals and indie pop band fun. as one of three musical acts.

A portion of this story originally appeared in the May 4 issue of The Hollywood Reporter.

For the venerable celebration of Hollywood’s 21st edition in June, multiple awards categories have been dropped, a few others added, and the network has installed an “academy” of actors, producers, agents and other industry insiders to vote on nominees, including a “breakthrough performance” award voted on by directors. Although the network won’t reveal voter names, the panel strategy is similar to the one used for the annual Video Music Awards and is designed to broaden the nominees and winners and lend some credibility to an event that has been criticized as merely a venue for Hollywood to promote its summer blockbusters. Voting begins May 1 at and will be voted by fans. As usual, viewer voting for the night’s top award —“movie of the year”—continues through the live show on June 3 from the Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City at

“We want to make sure some of the unexpected, smaller, quirkier films have a chance,” says MTV president Stephen Friedman, who adds that the Movie Awards is still a hit with its core viewers (last year’s show pulled in 4.5 million viewers, registering its largest teen audience since 2004). “But it wasn’t growing the way we want it to,” he notes.

While the now-iconic “best kiss” and “best fight” awards aren’t going anywhere, new categories this year are designed to deepen the movie-music connection. For instance, the “best music” award will go to the song that is most effectively used in a scene. It’s meant to honor all of those unsung music supervisors. Others will celebrate acting, not merely popularity, such as “best on-screen transformation,” which will be handed out to the actor who disappears into a role (think Meryl Streep in The Iron Lady orMichelle Williams in My Week with Marilyn). Of course, others – “best on-screen dirt-bag” – are just meant to be fun.

Jesse Ignjatovic, veteran producer of last year’s VMA’s (which notched a franchise best with more than 12 million viewers), will helm this year’s Movie Awards for the first time, taking over from Mark Burnett. MTV also will up the musical performances with headliner fun. performing their hit “We Are Young” over a video montage of party films from Animal House to Old School to this year’s Project X.

“It’s not just about bringing more music to the show,” says Ignjatovic. “It’s about integrating music and movies.”

“My twin passions are movies and music,” he adds. “To me, going to a movie is much like going to a rock concert; it’s a communal, shared experience. And I thought I could bring what I do in the music space to the movie space.”

That includes big production numbers and a 58-by-32-foot video screen ringed by lasers to create an amphitheater effect. “It focuses the whole proceedings of the night around film,” he says.

But the revamped Movie Awards will not sacrifice the satirical bent and mischievous pranks it has become known for (remember Sacha Baron Cohen lowering his naked rear onto Eminem in 2009?). “Full frontal male nudity was big this year,” Ignjatovic says, citing multiple 2011 films includingHangover Part II and Michael Fassbender’s Shame. “I think we need to embrace it as a moment.”

New Categories for 2012
Best Music
Best On-Screen Transformation
Best Gut-Wrenching Performance
Best Cast
Best On-Screen Dirt Bag

Retired Categories from 2011
Best Villain
Best Scared-as-Shit Performance
Best Jaw Dropping Moment
Biggest Badass Star
Best Line from a Movie


Josh Hutcherson Talks About Rob and Kristen as MMA Best Kiss Competition

We’re still enjoying this little breather in between awards season madness and summer blockbusters, but our own Kate Spencer already has the MTV Movie Awards on her mind — specifically, the Best Kiss Golden Popcorn, which has been dominated by Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson for three years now. When she got a minute with Hunger Games cutie Josh Hutcherson at the NewNowNext Awards, she gave him the toughest of tough questions: Will Katniss and Peeta’s cave kiss rival any of Bella and Edward’s from Breaking Dawn – Part 1?

“I don’t know, they had a great kiss,” he admitted. “Theirs was so passionate. Ours was like, I was on my deathbed, wasn’t very sexy. I don’t know, we’ll see. Maybe. I’d be so lucky. One can only hope.”