Music heavyweights Aaliyah and Q-Tip and a host of Hollywood's finest, including George Clooney, Nicolas Cage, Halle Berry, Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, and more have been added to the list of presenters at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards.
The cable channel also announced that Mark Wahlberg, Ryan Phillippe, Amy Smart, Denise Richards, and MTV's own Tom Green will also help to hand out award when the ceremony is staged Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California this weekend (the show will then air on Thursday, June 8).
The shindig (which is as much a spoof as it is a celebration) has also secured appearances by Mike Myers, Keanu Reeves, George Lucas, Verne Troyer, John Woo, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Selma Blair, Shannon Elizabeth, Jimmy Fallon, Dylan & Cole Sprouse, and Vince Vaughn.
MTV has already announced a string of presenters that includes Sarah Michelle Gellar, Mel Gibson, Freddie Prinze Jr., Ice Cube, Janet Jackson, Samuel L. Jackson, Jamie Foxx,
and others as well as musical performances by 'NSYNC, Metallica, and D'Angelo (see "Janet, Ice Cube, More To Present MTV Movie Awards).
While the network hasn't announced its plans yet, "Variety" reports that "Being John Malkovich" director and music video veteran Spike Jonze will pick up the Best New Filmmaker award at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards. Jonze won universal acclaim for "Malkovich" (which starred John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, and fittingly John Malkovich), and honed his craft directing videos for the Beastie Boys, Bjork, Weezer, and Puff Daddy and recently grabbed an MTV Video Music Award for his work on Fatboy Slim's "Praise You."