When he could remember the names of the actresses involved, actor Will Ferrell told MTV News that he thought that the surprise kiss between Generation Award recipient Sandra Bullock and presenter Scarlett Johansson was one of the evening's high points. When asked what he enjoyed seeing the most during the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, he said, "I can say Sandra Bullock and Charlotte," meaning Scarlett Johansson. Unflappable even in the face of the gaffe, Ferrell nodded and corrected himself. "Scarlett Johansson. She goes by Charlotte, though — she usually drops the 'S.' "
After being presented with her Generation Award, recipient Sandra Bullock [article id="1640889"]shared an unexpected lip-lock[/article] with Scarlett Johansson during her acceptance speech. Truth be told, their smooch actually legitimized Johansson's spot on the stage alongside fellow presenters Bradley Cooper and Betty White — after declining to say anything during the Generation presentation, Johansson finally admitted she was there in place of "The Proposal" star Ryan Reynolds, who was nominated alongside Bullock for Best Kiss, and she and Bullock initiated an impromptu make-out session in response to, well, losing the award.
Even without the kiss, the presentation of Bullock's Generation Award was unquestionably one of the highlights of the show. As Johansson deferred to her co-presenters, Cooper provided a litany of weird nicknames for his "All About Steve" co-star, and then stepped aside as White recounted many of the movies in Bullock's storied career, albeit wildly inaccurately. Bullock's gracious and funny acceptance speech paid homage to her collaborations with Cooper and White, made light of her recent personal woes and then she petitioned attendees and viewers to go back to making fun of her.
During his own appearance, however, Ferrell and his "The Other Guys" co-star Mark Wahlberg hung above the Movie Awards stage in a suitably awkward recreation of the film's advertising campaign while their fellow castmembers Eva Mendes, Dwayne Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson presented the award for Best Villain. Wahlberg was outraged when Tom Fenton, Harry Potter's Draco Malfoy, thanked an extensive list of supporters, friends and family. Ferrell, meanwhile, offered a few unsolicited comments about the growing pain in his groin from the harness that held him in the air.
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