That's all, folks! Everyone's favorite cinematic showcase, the 2015 MTV Movie Awards, broadcasted live on Sunday, April 12, and as usual, big, BIG things went down. It was chock full of rowdy celebrity antics, stage bombs and roof raising performances. Voting may have closed, but rest assured your favorite blockbusters went home with the Golden Popcorn.
Hollywood sensation Shailene Woodley was honored for blazing a distinctive and innovative path for her Hollywood peers with the MTV Trailblazer Award, and comedian and actor Kevin Hart was the lucky recipient of the Comedic Genius Award for the bold and irreverent comedic style that's earned him worldwide laughs. On top of that, Academy Award-nominated actor, producer, philanthropist, and all-around badass Robert Downey Jr. was honored with the Generation Award for his incredible body of work in the film and television industry.
Before the show even started, vocal powerhouse Jessie J and fashion kween Kelly Osbourne brought everyone the juicy gossip, trends, and special announcements from the red carpet when they hosted the live pre-show. When it came to the main event, comedian Amy Schumer absolutely KILLED IT as host of the MTV Movie Awards! Known for her blend of honesty and unapologetic sense of humor, Amy brought her wickedly funny and sharply insightful self to the Nokia Theatre stage, and there was no shortage of side-splitting, unpredictable moments to celebrate this year's biggest flicks. The night also reached a fever pitch when headlining rockers, Fall Out Boy, brought the house down with a live mash-up of their hit "Centuries" alongside rapper Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen." Brit babe Charli XCX was on hand to electrify the stage with her smash "Famous" with Tinashe and Ty Dolla $ign, who performed his hit single "Drop That Kitty." Could you even?!
While the 2015 Movie Awards has come and gone, re-live every emotional on-stage moment, flip through our archive of red carpet photos and show highlights and watch the entire 2015 MTV Movie Awards show on demand. See you on the flip side, film fanatics!