The MTV Movie Awards are fast approaching! This year’s awards show will be held on Wednesday, March 28, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The annual awards show is one of the most prestigious events in the movie world, and this year is no exception. The show will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and featured performances from Taylor Swift, Zedd, Post Malone, and Blake Shelton. While we can’t predict who will win, it’s sure to be an exciting night.
Robert Pattinson’s Career
One of the biggest names to grace the awards show this year is Robert Pattinson. The British actor has had an eventful 2017. After appearing in several acclaimed films, including the critically-acclaimed ‘Good Time’, he was nominated for a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for his role in ‘The King’. This led to a string of high-profile movie premieres, including ‘Ocean’s 8′, ‘Downton Abbey’ and the highly-anticipated ‘King Edward’.
Pattinson is now set to appear in two highly-anticipated films this year: ‘Suspiria’ and ‘The Loxley Family Vacation’. In addition to his film career, he has also been busy touring the United States with his band, The High Street Hatters, promoting their new album, ‘The High Street Hatters’.
Why Are People So Excited?
In a time when many celebrities are disappearing from our screens and social media, it’s wonderful to see so many people eager to see Robert Pattinson’s career continue. He is one of the most in-demand actors not just in the United States but around the world, and his upcoming roles will only add to that demand. Plus, fans can look forward to seeing him on the big screen again after nearly a decade. Inevitably, there will be comparisons to the ‘Twilight’ star, but it would be a mistake to suggest that he is chasing the same audience. While some may find similarities between the two men, they are very much their own stars and their own audiences.
What Is The MTV Movie Awards?
As we mentioned above, the MTV Movie Awards are one of the most prestigious events in the movie world. They were first held in 1995, and their goal is to reward both upcoming and established filmmakers with the recognition they deserve. The show is dedicated to the memory of John Hughes, the groundbreaking director of ‘Sixteen Candles’, ‘The Breakfast Club’, ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’, and ‘Pretty in Pink’. This year, they are celebrating their 25th anniversary, and for the first time in years, they have created a new logo to reflect this milestone.
The awards show is organized by MTV, and, as the name suggests, it is mostly focused on movies. However, the network also promotes other forms of content, including music, TV shows, and games. The network hopes to expand their appeal beyond just pure movie fans by including everyone in the conversation about films. This is why they want to hold the event at the Dolby Theatre: to make sure everyone in the audience watches TV in an optimal experience.
What Films Are On The Verge Of Breaking Through?
We always like to predict the Oscar nominations around this time, and we are no different this year. Based on the sheer amount of buzz surrounding these films, we’re predicting these will be the big winners at the Oscars:
- SUSPIRIA, directed by Bruno Falck
- THE LUXSTORIES, directed by Tom Tykwer
- THE KING, directed by Martin Scorsese
- STAR WARS: THE DESTROYER, directed by J.J. Abrams
- FIRST REFORMER, directed by Bill Condon
- DRAGON WARRIOR, directed by Deborah Chow
- AEROSFORM, directed by Matt Heineman
In addition to these big winners, we’re also keeping an eye on the following films:
- ONE DAY, directed by Dane Boven
- CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, directed by Giovanni Luigi
- MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT, directed by Christopher McQuarrie
- MARCH OF THE MONKEYS, directed by Luc Besson
- KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES, directed by Henry Szuwald
- A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, directed by Haneke
Of course, these are just our predictions, and you can always find out who else thinks what by checking out the polls online. The important thing is that you watch these films and make up your own mind about them. The world of cinema is always expanding, and this year is looking to continue that expansion.