In case you missed it, the 2010 MTV Movie Awards went down last night. After a bunch of F-bombs were dropped and some interesting fashion choices were displayed, we walked away from the event feeling pretty sure about a few things: we’re convinced Robert Pattinson (photos) and Kristen Stewart (photos) are totally a couple (check out 80 Robsten photos worth of proof), Tom Cruise is only tolerable as Les Grossman and Jesse James is weeping Vanilla Gorilla tears after Sandra Bullock made all of our jaws drop with her charming speech, gorgeous dress and steamy kiss with Scarlett Johansson.
Yes, Sandra and Scarlett swapped spit onstage, but that’s not the first time Sandra has shared the stage and her lips with another beautiful actress. Earlier this year, Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep kissed in an unforgettable moment at the 2010 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards. We want to know which kiss you think was hotter! Sandra and Scarlett’s sensual peck or Sandra and Meryl’s open mouthed kiss?
Watch Sandra and Meryl’s surprise smooch from the CCMAs now.
Robert Pattinson (photos) and Kristen Stewart (photos) pretty much confirmed what we all already knew (and hoped) at the MTV Movie Awards tonight. There’s no way they’re not dating. Throughout the show, Rob and Kristen were leaned towards each other, sharing glances and giggling. When Kristen won “Best Female Performance,” Rob hoot and hollered as her named was called, she touched his stomach as she passed, and he checked out her bum as she strolled to the stage. Once she accepted her award and gave a trademark awkward speech laden with thumbs-up, he looked on with twinkly eyes and an adoring smile. Swoon.
Then, there was their “Best Kiss” acceptance shenanigans. Though the secret couple’s plan may have been to tease us for the second year in a row, Rob could not resist stealing a smooch. We’re unconvinced the kiss was scripted, as Kristen seemed legitimately surprised and peeved, while Rob looked far too pleased with himself. Note that his tongue even came out to do a victory lap.
Still skeptic? Here are 80 pieces of photographic evidence that Robsten (photos) is more than just every Twi-hard’s fantasy. [Photos: TheFABLife, Getty Images]
The 2010 MTV Movie Awards included some style highlights (Kristen Stewart‘s D&G mini, Sandra Bullock‘s mile-high Louboutins, Whitney Port‘s Yigal Azrouël yellow dress), but for every perfect 10, a belly flop lurked within arm’s reach. What was Katy Perry thinking?! Who let Lindsay Lohan out of the house? And would the real Christina Aguilera please stand up?! Here are our Top 10 WTF fashion moments from the star-filled evening.
10. Katy Perry
Offense #1: Katy Perry’s bright blue wig clashes with her bright yellow nails. Add hundreds of shiny rhinestones to the equation and you get something resembling a human sparkler.
Plus Side: She still looks hot!
9. Snowboarder Shaun White
Offense #1: We know the 60s and 70s are in style, but do we really want to see man nipple on our MTV Movie Awards red carpet? Leave the bare-chested vest to the gang members of 1979′s The Warriors.
Offense #2: We respect that Shaun’s hair has become iconic, but it was iconic for Robert Plant too!
Plus Side: We’d like Shaun’s vest if there were a shirt underneath it.
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People are known to take fashion risks at the MTV Movie Awards because unlike other award shows, anything goes. That means you’re just as likely to see glamourous gowns as you are assless chaps (or an assless tiger-print leotard if you’re Ken Jeong). Still, there are some celebrities who know how to combine their version of cool with some serious style, and unfortunately, Ken didn’t make our cut. But Sandra Bullock, Scarlett Johansson and Kristen Stewart did. Check out their dresses and some other winning styles in our Best-Dressed Gallery below. [Photos: Getty Images]
This year’s MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Aziz Ansari, will be just like the Oscars — except sillier, sexier and probably more fun. Christina Aguilera is making her big comeback performance; Katy Perry‘s promising to get naked (don’t hold your breath); the Jersey Shore cast will flaunt their Miami tans; and Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are presenting a new “Eclipse” clip. Stay with us as we break down the hotties and notties of the Movie Awards in our shared chat with MTV and BWE.tv.
While wish Mr. T replacement Quinton “Rampage” Jackson seemed a tad more badass in the trailer, the sight of Bradley Cooper shooting planes from a tank on a parachute is enough to get us excited for the new A-Team movie, which celebrated its premiere in Hollywood last night with Cooper showing up in a tank. Co-stars Jessica Biel, Liam Neeson and Patrick Wilson were there as well, joined by such well-wishers as Jon Hamm, Kristen Bell and Adrien Brody, who actually tied his tie right! Too bad his slick fedora and vest made him look like Justin Timberlake‘s forgotten older brother Lenny. See more photos of the celebs (and that tank!) in the gallery below.
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Not again. For the second time in two days, I find myself trying to reason with a Hollywood star in order to prevent a potentially disastrous third movie from ruining a previously successful franchise. Yesterday, I tried to reason with Sarah Jessica Parker, who would like to do a third Sex And The City film which I can’t condone, having lost $12.50 and a little bit of my dignity to SaTC:2 this weekend. Today’s installment comes courtesy of Tom Selleck, who confirmed that there is a script floating around for a new Three Men And A Baby film, which would likely be called Three Men And A Bride. Selleck says he and both of his co-stars, Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg, have checked their schedules in the hopes that they will all be able to make another sequel to the film that cemented their status as Hollywood Hotties Of 1988. (And you KNOW you had a favorite. Personally, mine was Magnum, P.I. himself, but Sam Malone was a close second. Obviously Steve Guttenberg was no one’s favorite.) But really, there are so many reasons why this shouldn’t happen.
1. It is 2010. When the first sequel, Three Men And A Little Lady, was released in 1990, it already felt like the magic was gone from the first film. What makes you think an extra twenty years will help? And who are you marketing the film to, thirty-somethings who loved the original movie when they were in middle school? Do tweens today even know who these actors are? The statute of limitations has passed for another movie – see the first three Star Wars prequels and Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull for further evidence that this is never a good idea.
2. The first film was so awesomely 80s, updating it would make it lose some of its charm. What are they going to do, give us an M.I.A. remix of Miami Sound Machine‘s “Bad Boys” while the men throw an artisanal beer and cheese party at their Hamptons estate? (Because they all still live together…which brings us to point #3).
3. Three successful New York bachelors sharing a townhouse together. Really? That doesn’t happen. Not in the 80s, and not now. And there’s no way you can recreate the magic of the mural of the three men that was painted inside their apartment. And then a stranger (in the form of Nancy Travis with a British accent) drops off a baby and they don’t call child protective services or sue her? There were a lot of things that audiences in the 80s were willing to overlook, but nowadays, this scenario is just too weird to ignore.
The only possible way we will see this film is if it turns out that the creepy dead kid in the window is the groom who is getting married to the titular Baby/Little Lady/Bride. If that’s not the case (and you’re welcome, Disney, I just wrote that movie for you), I’ll be staying at home and watching my other favorite Nancy Travis movie, So I Married An Axe Murderer.
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