On March 14, 2017, MTV premiered the highly anticipated MTV Movie Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada.
With the coronavirus pandemic in the news, the awards were the perfect opportunity for MTV to take a moment to show that the brand is not only relevant and engaging, but also relatable.
With a whopping 15 nominated movies, MTV could have gone beyond the usual box office hits to show how they are the “brand,” not just a means of generating revenue.
However, this year, the brand was more than a mere means of revenue.
Instead, the MTV Movie Award was the perfect way to showcase the brand’s impact on the culture and how it can be used for good.
The MTV Movie Contest has been a long time coming.
In 2017, the concept of the contest was conceived by MTV’s executive vice president of entertainment, Mark Burnett.
It is a joint venture between the MTV Entertainment Group and the production company, Lionsgate.
This year, a total of six movies have been nominated, each of which was a surprise, such as the blockbuster “Furious 7,” “Fifty Shades Darker,” and “Lion,” which were all critically acclaimed films.
Each film received awards in categories such as Best Director, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actor.
There was also a surprising twist in the nominations this year: “Amber Waves,” a movie from “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” which was nominated for best picture, was the only one to not win.
“A lot of people thought it was a mistake, but it really wasn’t,” Burnett told Entertainment Weekly in an interview for the magazine’s new issue.
“It was a real surprise.
We had been doing this for a while.
We just couldn’t think of a movie that would be the perfect fit for the MTV award show.”
The reason the MTV Award didn’t win the best picture Oscar was because it did not have a strong, recognizable lead actress, according to Burnett.
Instead of making the best of a bad situation, “Abercrombie & Fitch” turned into a joke about a movie star, “and I felt like it was really trying to do too much, which was unfortunate,” he said.
“But I think it was also, ‘We’ve done so much in our time to help educate people about the importance of listening to the people around you and not the people who are sitting on the other side of the screen, and to the celebrities.'”
In the past, the MMG awards have been a way to honor the legacy of the artists who have had a major impact on culture.
In 2018, “The Blacklist,” a show starring the cast of “Game of Thrones,” received nominations for its lead actress for “Game Of Thrones,” “Lena Headey,” and for its supporting actress for her role as “Lanie.”
The show, which is produced by the production team of FX Networks, was nominated in nine categories, including best comedy series, best actor in a comedy series and best supporting actor in comedy series.
“Game” was nominated four times, for best comedy show, best comedy actor, best supporting comedy actor and best drama series.
The best actress in a drama series was nominated five times for its actress for the lead role in “The People v.
O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story: Special Prosecutor.”
“The Pawn Shop” was the first to receive a nomination for best musical episode, receiving three awards.
The second season of “The Mindy Project” was also nominated for the best musical comedy series nomination, receiving four awards.
“The Goldbergs” and “Veep” both received nominations.
“HBO’s Game of Thrones” was honored for its third-season premiere, which received four nominations, including two best drama episodes.
“Orange Is the New Black” received a nomination in the best series Emmy category for its first season, and “Westworld” was a nomination as well for its second season.
The most surprising nominations were for “Halo: The Fall” and for “The Leftovers.”
“HALO: THE FALL” received the most nominations with 11 nominations, and was nominated three times, including the most coveted award of all: Best Drama Series.
The other three nominations for the show were for the actors in the series, which included the series’ stars and executive producers: Jared Padalecki, Ed Harris, Mads Mikkelsen, and John Bradley.
“THE LEFTOVER” received nominations in four categories, which were the most for any show in the history of the award.
“ROBOTS: UNLEASHED” received three nominations, the most of any show since “The Americans.”
The nominations came from the production teams of HBO, Netflix, and CBS Television Studios, which together produced the show.
“LIFE IN PIECES” received two nominations, with the most being for its stars, Michael