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2006 MTV Movie Awards

2006 MTV Movie Awards
Date Saturday, June 3, 2006
Location Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, California
Country United States
Host Jessica Alba
Television/Radio coverage
Network MTV
2005 MTV Movie Awards 2007 >

The 2006 MTV Movie Awards were hosted by Jessica Alba and featured performances by Christina Aguilera, AFI and Gnarls Barkley. In addition to the below awards, MTV gave lifetime achievement awards to Jim Carrey (The MTV Generation Award) and Spike Lee (The Silver Bucket of Excellence, for Do the Right Thing).[1] MTV held its 15th annual movie awards show on Saturday, June 3, at the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California. MTV first broadcast the award show on 8 June at 9:00 pm ET. Tenth Planet Productions produced the awards, and Joel Gallen was the executive-producer and director for the 12th consecutive year.

This is also the second MTV Movie Awards show to have a host win an award. The first show was in 2004 with Lindsay Lohan winning an award. The host for the MTV Movie Awards in 2006 was Jessica Alba. Christina Aguilera performed, for the very first time, her lead single of her latest release Back to Basics, "Ain't No Other Man". Pre-recorded parodies include The Da Vinci Code, Mission: Impossible III, and King Kong.

Contents

  • Performers 1
  • Presenters 2
  • Awards 3
    • Best Movie 3.1
    • Best Performance 3.2
    • Breakthrough Performance 3.3
    • Best On-Screen Team 3.4
    • Best Villain 3.5
    • Best Comedic Performance 3.6
    • Best Frightened Performance 3.7
    • Best Hero 3.8
    • Sexiest Performance 3.9
    • Best Kiss 3.10
    • Best Fight 3.11
    • mtvU Student Filmmaker Award 3.12
    • MTV Generation Award 3.13
    • Silver Bucket of Excellence 3.14
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Performers

Artist (s) Song (s)
AFI "Miss Murder"
Christina Aguilera "Ain't No Other Man"
Gnarls Barkley "Crazy"

Presenters

Awards

Best Movie

Wedding Crashers

Best Performance

Jake GyllenhaalBrokeback Mountain

Breakthrough Performance

Isla FisherWedding Crashers

Best On-Screen Team

Owen Wilson and Vince VaughnWedding Crashers

Best Villain

Hayden ChristensenStar Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

Best Comedic Performance

Steve CarellThe 40-Year-Old Virgin

Best Frightened Performance

Jennifer CarpenterThe Exorcism of Emily Rose

Best Hero

Christian BaleBatman Begins

Sexiest Performance

Jessica AlbaSin City

Best Kiss

Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath LedgerBrokeback Mountain

Best Fight

Angelina Jolie vs. Brad PittMr. & Mrs. Smith

mtvU Student Filmmaker Award

MTV Generation Award

Silver Bucket of Excellence

References

  1. ^ 2007 Movie Awards Story | Jim Carrey, Spike Lee In For MTV Movie Awards - Show Story | Headlines | MTV

External links

  • BBC article BBC.co.uk
  • Finanzen.net article Finanzen.net
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