Actress Vanessa Hudgens has hosted the special awards show and nostalgia, dubbed the MTV Movie & TV Awards: Greatest of All Time. The awards came in eight categories, covering the most memorable television and film moments from the 1980s to the present day.
Champion of the ages
The most important award of the evening was undoubtedly the “Champion of Times” award. It went to actor Chadwick Bosman, who passed away in August and was introduced by fellow Marvel mates Don Cheadle and Robert Downey Jr. Downey Jr. said, “His energy and intensity were evident from the first moment I saw him on screen or from the moment I met him in person. There was something special about Chadwick Bosman. He was most heroic when it was only Chad. Then he was bigger than anyone who played him on the screen “.
Cheadle also had some nice words for his late colleague: “Whenever he came on set, he was an inspiration and influence on everyone there. With each new role, he created a new army of fans,” the actor noted. Bosman died at the age of 43. He is best known for his role in Black Panther, but has had a lot of credit for him, as James Brown in the biopic Get On Up.
Legendary lock lips
According to MTV, the absolutely legendary kiss was the one between Salma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar in Cruel Intentions. “I think the reason the kiss has been stuck in the audience for so long has nothing to do with the initial shock,” Blair said. “It has also been a catalyst for a lot of young people to discover certain aspects of their sexuality, and make people feel comfortable about what they really are.” “It was also very sexy,” Gellar added, laughing, and then the two actresses kissed again. Well, plexiglass – after all, it’s 2020 – has thrown a spanner in the works.
Duo dynamic goat
The award for most dynamic duo – how could it be otherwise – went to Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler. The two actors have actually played a couple on the silver screen three times: in “The Wedding Singer” (1998), “50 First Dates” (2004) and “Blended” (2014). “It’s been a lot of fun to make a movie with you in each of the past three decades,” Barrymore told her opponent. And now that a new decade has arrived, fans can definitely hope for a new movie together, they said. Mysterious at Sandler, Barrymore replied, “Let’s wait until we find something cool.” “After all, we still have ten years. It should be special.”
These awards were also given:
Queen’s Cry: Jamie Lee Curtis
Dance Your Ass Off: Kevin Bacon in Footloose
Heartbreaking Breakup: Jason Siegel & Kristen Bell in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”
Comic Giant: Kevin Hart
From Zero to Hero: William Zapka as Johnny Lawrence, the villain from “The Karate Kid” who now has his own series, “Cobra Kai”
Shi Rowe: Gal Gadot Wonder Woman.