It’s that tine again– time for the MTV Movie Awards!
MTV is promising that this year’s movie awards will be sure to entertain and excite the viewers at home and in the audience. So many Hollywood stars are rumored to be attending, including: Denzel Washington, Cameron Diaz, Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell, Vanessa Hudgens, Leighton Meester, Jonah Hill, and Lil Wayne.
In addition to hot stars that will be there to receive an away, Eminem will be there to perform songs off his new album, which was just released on May 19th.
This year’s awards will be hosted by Andy Samberg and will be broadcast live from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, CA on Sunday, May 31st at 9p.m./8p.m.C.
Here’s what is being said about the movie awards in the media:
“The “2009 MTV Movie Awards” marks the first year in which the final nominees were decided on by the fans. A movie megabattle between devotees of Twilight and Slumdog Millionaire, both movies are neck-in-neck as each film has nominations in six award categories. MTV will up the cinematic fun quotient this year by debuting the two new categories “Best Song From A Movie” and “Best WTF Moment.” Fans will get the chance to vote on their favorite movie soundtrack hit and pick year’s most jaw-dropping “WTF” movie moment that left audiences speechless. Viewers can decide the golden popcorn destiny of their favorite flicks by visiting MovieAwards.MTV.com (www.MovieAwards.MTV.com) before May 27 to vote for their favorite film moments and actors but the category of “Best Movie” will be a fight to the end as voting for favorite film of the year will remain open throughout the Live show.
MovieAwards.MTV.com is the official site for the “MTV Movie Awards” where fans can visit to vote and stay to check out show promos starring Andy Samberg and some of today’s hottest celebs, get up-to-date info and watch MTV News nominee interviews. During the voting window fans can also head over tofacebook.com/mtv, myspace.com/mtv, and Flixster for a special “Movie Awards” social module that will enable them to cast their votes, take polls, watch promo videos, get special news and tweets about the show and special links to “Movie Awards” contests.”
Sounds like MTV is really working to be some changes to the movie awards and definitely get fans more involved.
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