The MTV Movie Award nominations, which should perhaps be better known as the Most Popular Movie Awards, were announced today. The Hangover, Avatar, and Twilight: New Moon are the most nominated movies. Sandra Bullock received three nominations for Best Actress, Best Comedic Performance, and Best Kiss (with Ryan Reynolds).
You can vote for your favorites over at MTV.com.
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As expected K-Stew and R-Pattz are nominated for Best Kiss. Maybe they will actually go through with it this year.
I am also a fan of this new category: Best Scared-As-S**t Performance. The nominees are Alison Lohman in Drag Me to Hell, Amanda Seyfried in Jennifer’s Body, Jesse Eisenberg in Zombieland, Katie Featherston in Paranormal Activity, and Sharlto Copley in District 9.
Golden Girl Betty White is also nominated for the Best WTF Moment. Lets hope she beats out Bill Murray, Ken Jeong and Megan Fox.
The Edward vs. Jacob battle might finally be settled at the June 6 ceremony hosted by Aziz Ansari. Both Pattinson and Lautner are nominated for Best Actor.
The 82 Annual Academy Awards nominees were announced Tuesday with Avatar and The Hurt Locker receiving the most nominations (nine each). I’ve taken a few days to wrap my head around the nominees. Read my opinions after the jump.
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Oh heavens. I have been super busy writing a final paper on Head-On and The Edge of Heaven, as well as theoretically analyzing my own film (Have you ever tried that? It’s hard. Who does my professor think I am? Stan Brakhage? But I digress) that I nearly forgot to post my thoughts on the Screen Actors Guild nominees.
Here it goes:
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As of 8:45 AM, here are the 2010 Golden Globe nominees. I have to jet off to class in Amherst, but I will post the entire list and my thoughts when I get back.
Update: List of nominees is now complete, along with my thoughts.
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