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Weekend Videos – 2006 MTV Movie Awards

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So, even though there were ads on my blog for the past two weeks, and I've been posting about it, I completely forgot that the MTV Movie Awards were on last night. How's that for an attention span!?

Anyway, I'm not too worried about it, because they're going to replay the show every hour, and I also don't care. However, there were some good moments during the show last night, and thanks to YouTube, I can post them all right here on my site. Yay!

First let's start with the best part of the show, which was the

. This scene from the film featuring Superman flying in to save a burning jet with Lois Lane on board. Very cool stuff.

After they aired that clip, they

and asked what it was like to play Superman, and wear the costume. He really evokes the feeling of Christopher Reeve in this interview, which is getting me a lot more excited to see the movie.

Continuing the Superhero vibe, was the award for best hero, which went to Christian Bale for Batman Begins. His

was pretty funny, especially when he said that Batman is the "badass Superhero," not Superman.

Of course, if you're looking for funny acceptance speeches,

was definitely one of the best.

But no one could top Samuel L. Jackson who vowed that next year

.

Lastly, the best musical act, by far,

Not only is the song great, but the band came out dressed in full Star Wars costumes, with Darth Vader singing, Stormtroopers on guitar and bass, Jango Fett on keys, and, of course, Chewbacca on the drums!



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