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The MTV Movie & TV Awards went on without a host or any writers on Sunday. Thanks to the Writers Guild strike, the “MTV Movie and TV Awards” felt like a COVID-era award show. They just announced the winners, and some gave acceptance speeches by video. There were also clips from past shows, and a few pre-taped skits featuring Drew Barrymore.
The big winners were Scream VI (Best Movie), The Last of Us (Best Show), Tom Cruise (Best Performance in a Movie – Top Gun: Maverick), Jenna Ortega (Wednesday) and Adam Sandler (Best Comedic Performance – Wednesday).
- Best Movie: Scream VI
- Best Show: The Last of Us
- Best Performance in a Movie: Tom Cruise, Top Gun: Maverick
- Best Performance in a Show: Jenna Ortega, Wednesday
- Best Comedic Performance: Adam Sandler, Murder Mystery 2
- Best Hero: Pedro Pascal, The Last of Us
- Best Villain: Elizabeth Olsen, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
- Best Kiss: Madison Bailey & Rudy Pankow, Outer Banks
- Most Frightened Performance: Jennifer Coolidge, The White Lotus
- Best Fight: Gale Weathers vs. Ghostface, Scream VI
- Best Breakthrough Performance: Joseph Quinn, Stranger Things
- Best Duo: Pedro Pascal & Bella Ramsey, The Last of Us
- Best Kick-Ass Cast: Stranger Things
- Best Song: “Carolina,” Taylor Swift
- Best Musical Moment: “Come Back Home” in Purple Hearts
- Best Music Documentary: Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me
- Best Docu-Reality Show: The Kardashians
- Best Competition Series: RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars
- Best Host: Drew Barrymore, The Drew Barrymore Show
- Best Reality On-Screen Team: Ariana Madix, Katie Maloney, Scheana Shay, LaLa Kent, Vanderpump Rules
- Comedic Genius Award: Jennifer Coolidge
Disturbed lead singer David Draiman is looking for the right woman on Tinder. On Friday, a fan shared images of Draiman’s Tinder account while tweeting at him, “Lol dude you see this?! I’m tagging you bc I believe it’s fake.” Then David Draiman responded, “Not fake lol. It’s me,” adding, “You’d be surprised. It’s hard for a guy like me to meet the right woman. I’ll tell you, it’s been weird so far. Lots of scammers. Trying to figure out how to navigate this new terrain.” Don’t miss Disturbed when they play our Big Point Summer Show on August 29th at HCA
A while back during the mixing and mastering stages, some hacker got songs from the Smashing Pumpkins’ new album “ATUM: Act Three” and threatened to release it. Billy Corgan says he paid the ransom out of pocket, but the FBI is looking into it. The album came out Friday.
Next year marks the 50th anniversary of Rush‘s self-titled debut album (The Rush album was with drummer John Rutsey, who died in 2008. Their first one with Neil Peart was 1975’s Fly by Night. Peart died in 2020.) While no celebration has been announced, Andy Curran, who plays with Alex Lifeson in Envy of None was asked by Rock History Music if he see Alex and Geddy Lee working together again. “I would be shocked if they didn’t do something together; that’s maybe the hopeful side of me…But the interesting thing is the 50th anniversary of Rush is next year, so I think if there’s ever going to be a time, then we might see something happening next year…”I do know that Geddy is spending a lot of time and has just announced the release of his book, his memoirs; he’s got a TV show that he’s working on. Alex is an avid golfer, and I think that the boys are enjoying the time away from that very sort of ‘write-tour-record-tour, rinse and repeat’ [cycle].” Geddy’s memoir, My Effin’ Life, will be published on November 14th.
The first Pantera show on U.S. soil since 2001 took place Saturday at the Thunder Beach Spring Rally, a motorcycle-friendly gathering held annually in Panama City, Florida. The two surviving members from their last American show, singer Philip Anselmo and bassist Rex Brown, were joined by Black Label Society and Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde and Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante.
They’ll headline Welcome to Rockville in Daytona Beach, Florida on May 20th before heading to Europe. When they get back, they’ll headline Rock Fest in Cadott, Wisconsin on July 13th, then begin their summer tour with Lamb of God on July 28th in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. (Consequence of Sound)
- “Mouth for War”
- “A New Level”
- “Strength Beyond Strength”
- “Becoming” (with “Throes of Rejection” outro)
- “I’m Broken” (with “By Demons Be Driven” outro)
- “5 Minutes Alone”
- “This Love”
- “Yesterday Don’t Mean S***”
- “[Effing] Hostile”
- “Suicide Note Pt. 2”
- “Domination / Hollow”
- “Cowboys From Hell”
“Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3” topped the box office thanks to a $114 million opening weekend.
Jameela Jamil dropped out of an audition for the Netflix series “You” because she doesn’t do sex scenes.
Jerry Springer’s popularity on Pluto TV has skyrocketed since his death.
Taylor Swift announced at her Nashville show Friday that she’s releasing “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” on July 7th. It’ll include six new songs from the “vault”.
Filter have released a new single called “Face Down” from their new album due out later this year. Check out the track here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J_x2Bd_icI
Today’s birthday girl has been in 274 fine films, including:
– Ally McFeal
– Allysin Unchayned
– The Bare Bitch Project
– East Coast Sluts 1: New Jersey
– Ho in the Haystack
– I Know Who You Did Last Summer
– Liquid Gold 2
– The Million Man Gang Bang
– And who can forget her role in 1995’s Pizzas Hot Tubs And Bimbos
Nancy Vee is 60 years old