‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Wins Best Movie at MTV Awards

master mentalism tricks

The best movie of the year is Spider-Man: No Way Home.

That’s at least the verdict of the voters of the MTV Movie and TV Awards. Spider-Man: No Way Home — far and away the biggest blockbuster of the last two years — was declared the big winner at last night’s show. The other nominees were The Adam ProjectThe BatmanDuneScream, and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. (What, no nod for Drive My Car? What an outrage.)

No Way Home was the most nominated film of the night with seven nods, but won just two awards: Best Movie and Best Performance in a Movie by Tom Holland, who beat out House of Gucci’s Lady Gaga, The Batman’s Robert Pattinson, The Lost City’s Sandra Bullock, and Dune’s Timothee Chalamet. (The MTV awards don’t split categories into male and female performers.) No Way Home lost its five other nominations to a variety of stiff competition — in the case of Best Kiss, Tom Holland and Zendaya lost to Poopies and a deadly snake in Jackass Forever. That doesn’t seem fair — that was a bite, not a kiss. (Plus, Jackass was made by MTV Films. I smell collusion.)

(Also: How did Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire lose a Best Team award to Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino, and Owen Wilson in Loki? Obviously these awards are silly and do not matter, but that was probably the one category where Spider-Man: No Way Home was actually the most deserving winner.)

Other notable winners at the show included Euphoria for Best Show (and Zendaya for Best Performance in a Show), Scarlett Johansson for Best Hero (for Black Widow), Selling Sunset for Best Docu-Reality Show, and Sophia Di Martino for Best Breakthrough Performance (for Loki).

At last year’s Academy Awards, Spider-Man: No Way Home was nominated for a single award, Best Visual Effects, and ultimately lost to Dune. The prize for Best Picture went to Coda. Like Spider-Man: No Way Home, that was a touching coming-of-age story about a young person learning some harsh lessons about the world. But did it have three Spider-Men from three different universes? No. No it did not.

Every Spider-Man Movie, Ranked From Worst to Best

With great power comes great Spider-Man movies. (Sometimes.)

Read The Full Article Here

trick photography
Johnny Depp warns his army of fans: ‘Fake accounts are
Birthday Love! Ashley Olsen and BF Louis Eisner Spotted on
Oklahoma Grandmother Charged With MURDER After 3-Year-Old Was Found Dead
Steph Curry Fires Back at Boston Bar That Claimed Wife
Moon, 66 Questions review – Delicate cinematic minimalism
Theo and the Metamorphosis review – Leans towards Othering
What does “No animals were harmed” mean for filmmaking in
Faya Dayi review – A hauntingly beautiful portrait
‘Hacks’ Renewed for Season 3 at HBO Max
‘The Flash’ Gives Major Update About Diggle & That Cube
Roswell, New Mexico Season 4 Episode 4 Review: Dear Mama
In The Dark Season 4 Episode 4 Review: Hard Pill
Perera Elsewhere Announces New Album Home, Shares New Song “Hold
Guillermo Del Toro shares first-look stills of stop-motion Pinocchio
Queensryche Debut Catchy New Song ‘In Extremis’ Off ‘Digital Noise
Emma Thompson tosses insults and students in teaser trailer for
13 Classic Bags You’ll Have For Years to Come, All
Adidas Ozworld Enters the Metaverse
The 11 Best Old Navy Swimsuits Suitable for Large Busts
J Lo Re-Creates Her Classic “Maid in Manhattan” Monochrome Pantsuit
Leni (2021)
Meg Tilly, Gina Gershon and Joe Pantoliano All Join ‘Chucky’
Timothée Chalamet’s New Horror Film ‘Bones and All’ Gets a
Queen of Screams, Found Footage Incidents, and Things Forsaken! [Giallo
Book Riot’s Deals of the Day for June 25, 2022
Interview with Lisa Renee Jones, Author of Luke’s Touch
Most of Humanity May Have Regressed to the Stone Age,
Here There Be Witches: 7 Tales of Magic in Modern