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1998 MTV Movie Awards

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1998 MTV Movie Awards

1998 MTV Movie Awards
Date Saturday, May 30, 1998
Location Barker Hangar,
Santa Monica, California
Country United States
Host Samuel L. Jackson
Television/Radio coverage
Network MTV

The 1998 MTV Movie Awards were hosted by Samuel L. Jackson.


  • Performers 1
  • Awards 2
    • Best Movie 2.1
    • Best Male Performance 2.2
    • Best Female Performance 2.3
    • Breakthrough Performance 2.4
    • Best On-Screen Duo 2.5
    • Best Villain 2.6
    • Best Comedic Performance 2.7
    • Best Song from a Movie 2.8
    • Best Kiss 2.9
    • Best Action Sequence 2.10
    • Best Dance Sequence 2.11
    • Best Fight 2.12
    • Best New Filmmaker 2.13
    • Lifetime Achievement Award 2.14
  • External links 3



Best Movie


Best Male Performance

Leonardo DiCaprioTitanic

Best Female Performance

Neve CampbellScream 2

Breakthrough Performance

Heather GrahamBoogie Nights

Best On-Screen Duo

John Travolta and Nicolas CageFace/Off

Best Villain

Mike MyersAustin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Best Comedic Performance

Jim CarreyLiar Liar

Best Song from a Movie

Will Smith — "Men in Black" (from Men in Black)

Best Kiss

Adam Sandler and Drew BarrymoreThe Wedding Singer

Best Action Sequence

Speedboat Chase – Face/Off

Best Dance Sequence

Mike Myers — "Soul Bossa Nova" (from Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery)

Best Fight

Will Smith vs. Cockroach – Men in Black

Best New Filmmaker

Lifetime Achievement Award

External links

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