(Warning: Explicit language featured in above video clip).
It’s safe to say that MTV has moved from “edgy” to vulgar in the space of a single awards show presentation. The above clip is only one of the moments when the F-bomb slipped past the censors with incredible ease during the two-hour presentation of the MTV Movie Awards, a live event which made the FCC positively crazy.
From the word go, the awards show was peppered with F-bombs. This video features Peter Facinelli, better known to Twilight Saga fans as Dr. Carlisle Cullen, but he is certainly not the only celeb who decided to throw propriety (and federal communications regulations) out the window. The uncensored F-bomb was also slipped through censors by Get Him to the Greek star Jonah Hill, former Funky Bunch founder Mark Wahlberg, and more.
Twilight’s ensemble acceptance speech for Best Movie, led by the good doctor himself, is one to remember - and not just because the Saga took almost every award at the event.
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Twilight’s Robert Pattinson is all set to appear at the MTV movie awards…thanks to some advice from Tropic Thunder mega-mogul Les Grossman (played by Tom Cruise).
You can witness their hilarious exchange - which is one of many promos the network has issued to advertise the event - in the video above.
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Even though Taylor Swift is only 19 years old, the singer has already had enough drama in her life to fill up a number of country songs…or just one Saturday Night Live musical monologue.
In the tune above called “Monologue Song (La La La),” Swift addresses both Joe Jonas and Kanye West. She also fits in a shout out and air kiss for Taylor Lautner.
Speaking about werewolves, Taylor was later featured in a digital short dedicated to the Twilight series. You can watch “Firelight” after the jump.
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If you’re anything like me, the MTV Movie Awards is painful waste of your time. The ceremony is only a step above the People’s Choice Awards (thanks to the caliber of celebrities), but equally as credible.
That said, Andy Samberg’s performance - and Bruno’s encounter with Eminem - made this year’s broadcast slightly easier to swallow. After watching him spoof several of the year’s most popular films (Twilight, Star Trek, Slumdog Millionaire, The Reader), check out Andy’s musical commentary on explosions after the jump.
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In the past year, we’ve seen the fan hysteria behind Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight and the cancellation of the loved-but-not-watched series Moonlight. Now, we’ll get to see if another vampire-related project will be as successful as the former or as neglected as the latter.
Later this week, HBO will introduce the latest entry in the blood-sucking genre. In True Blood, the newest creation from writer/producer/director Alan Ball (Six Feet Under), vampires are able to co-exist with humans. A synthetic supply of the red stuff allows them to feed without necessarily needing to hunt.
After the jump, you can see the moment when Sookie Stackhouse (Oscar-winner Anna Paquin) meets 173-year-old Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) for the very first time.
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