MTV Movie Awards | Past Hosts

Movie Awards Past Hosts

Whether they be veteran comics, up and coming sex symbols or Hollywood classics, showbiz's best always come out to host the MTV Movie Awards. Read on for a complete history of Golden Popcorn peddlers.
  1. Amy Schumer

    2015 Amy SchumerThanks to her wickedly funny and sharply insightful monologues, first-time host Amy Schumer had some of the best onscreen and onstage gags in Movie Awards history. From a wayward 'Hunger Games' arrow that took down Jimmy Kimmel to her 100% unforgettable "audition" for 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' it's safe to say Amy straight up KILLED it this year.
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  2. Conan O'Brien

    2014 Conan O'BrienHow hilarious was Conan O'Brien? Or more importantly, how well did he pull off that muscle suit? From his incredible race for the most celeb cameos (sorry about that, Taylor Swift!) to his guitar-shredding musical number, his run as host is one for the history books.
    See More on the 2014 Movie Awards

  3. Rebel Wilson

    2013 Rebel WilsonAussie native Rebel Wilson brought down the house as the unforgettable host for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. From her custom-made Iron-Mangina armor to her invasive koala cam and her impromptu and hilarious acceptance speech for Breakthrough Performace, Rebel was all around 'Pitch Perfect.'
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  4. Russell Brand

    2012 Russell BrandWith the launch of the 2012 MTV Movie Awards crude comedian Russell Brand took the stage to play referee between the battling franchises of Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and Twilight; all of which took home some Golden Popcorn. Brand kept us guessing with witty one liners dolled out between impressive live performances of fun. and Janelle Monáe, Wiz Khalifa and The Black Keys.
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  5. Jason Sudeikis

    2011 Jason SudeikisThe 2011 Movie Awards was an evening of surprises, swear words and sexual innuendo helmed by comedian host Jason Sudeikis. The 'SNL' funnyman shared the stage with a house full of stars, including the Foo Fighters and past Golden Popcorn winners Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz.
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  6. Aziz Ansari

    2010 Aziz Ansari2010 host Aziz Ansari kicked off the show with a diatribe about 2D vrs 3D film and his love for Edward from Twilight. Later, he performed a rap about Avatar and accepted Zach Galifianakis' Best Comedic Performance award as Taavon, the swagger coach.
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  7. Andy Samberg

    2009 Andy SambergWelcome our host, Andy Samberg, who came to Hollywood prepared to throw down, hip-hop style, and let the insults fly into the celeb-packed audience.
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  8. Mike Myers

    2008 Mike MyersIn 2008 Mike Myers came back for a second time to host the MTV Movie Awards and he didn't disappoint. He kicked off the show with a dance-off against Chris Brown and later he and his old buddy Dana Carvey reunited to bring back Wayne's World, cracking bathroom jokes at age 53.
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  9. Sarah Silverman

    2007 Sarah SilvermanAfter leading the world through what was unquestionably one of the funniest Movie Awards shows in MTV history, Sarah Silverman had better watch her back. The razor-toothed hostess managed to ruthlessly tear apart half of the audience, including Paris Hilton, Tobey Maguire and Lindsay Lohan.
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  10. Jessica Alba

    2006 Jessica AlbaWe're in the midst of proceedings to have the name of 2006 legally changed to 200Alba. Not only did our hottie hostess knockum dead in the parodies and on the stage, she also won the Sexiest Performance award for her mindblowing showing in Sin City.
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  11. Jimmy Fallon

    2005 Jimmy FallonOhhh Jimmy we miss you take us baaaaack!!! Yup. That's how we got him. Boy Wonder's triumphant return coincided with the time that high school movies swept all the major categories? Coincidence? We don't think so, shorty.
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  12. Lindsay Lohan

    2004 Lindsay LohanWho says you have to be a comedian to host the MTV Movie Awards show? At 17, Lindsay Lohan pulled off the job as well as any veteran, and bucked the trend by doing it solo. It didn't hurt that Mean Girls was only three months old and that she hadn't yet been to the Hilton.
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  13. Justin Timberlake & Seann William Scott

    2003 Justin Timberlake & Seann William ScottLet's just say that, once we let these two handle the show, we weren't allowed to have co-hosts anymore. JT and the illustrious Stifler duded it up in one of the most homoerotic awards shows ever.
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  14. Jack Black & Sarah Michelle Gellar

    2002 Jack Black & Sarah Michelle GellarAnother monumental one night stand! Right around the time of Orange County and Scooby Doo, the human cartoon and the vampire slayer teamed up to wipe out everything unfunny in the world. Success!
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  15. Jimmy Fallon & Kirsten Dunst

    2001 Jimmy Fallon & Kirsten DunstYou know who they are. Don't play dumb. Our 2001 show was their one and only one night stand (to our knowledge) and it was pure Hollywood magic. We still can't remember which one is taller.
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  16. Sarah Jessica Parker

    2000 Sarah Jessica ParkerIn the year 2000, sexpert Sarah Jessica Parker got carried away and graced the stage with 12 different outfits over the course of one fabulous night. She also married Ferris Bueller. Lucky.
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  17. Lisa Kudrow

    1999 Lisa KudrowDid you know she used to go out with Conan O'Brien?!? Us either! Thanks Wikipedia! The maniac who brought us Phoebe Buffay also brought us an unforgettable night as the host of the MTV Movie Awards.
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  18. Samuel L. Jackson

    1998 Samuel L. JacksonThank you Dave Chappelle, for pointing out that THIS! IS JUST! THE WAY! HE TALKS! The Pulp Fiction star, who has since been in like every third movie made, didn't even need a microphone to host our show.
    See More on the 1998 Movie Awards

  19. Mike Myers

    1997 Mike MyersWhether you call him Wayne, Austin, Shrek or just HEEEEED!, Mike Myers is about the best thing to happen to TV and movies since color. By far one of the funniest fat bastards we've ever known.
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  20. Ben Stiller & Janeane Garofalo

    1996 Ben Stiller & Janeane GarofaloNo strangers to MTV, these old friends appeared together on the channel in season one of The Ben Stiller Show. They went on to work together on Reality Bites, Mystery Men and several others.
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  21. Jon Lovitz & Courtney Cox

    1995 Jon Lovitz & Courtney CoxFresh off of City Slickers 2: The Legend of Curly's Gold and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (respectively), we couldn't think of a better matched pair to run our show. You may also remember them from SNL, Friends and other little shows like that.
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  22. Will Smith

    1994 Will SmithBefore he was a major movie star (and a Scientologist), the streetwise Fresh Prince of Bel Air was the host of the MTV Movie Awards. Since then he's taken down multiple species of aliens and George Foreman. Not bad.
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  23. Eddie Murphy

    1993 Eddie MurphyWe couldn't tell you if it was Raw, Saturday Night Live or Norbit that sold us on Eddie Murphy, but somewhere along the way he got us. And we're real glad he did.
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  24. Dennis Miller

    1992 Dennis MillerAlthough he's an SNL alum, an HBO Comedy veteran and the host of a string of talk shows (two of them were named after him!), we're pretty sure that the 1992 MTV Movie Awards are the crown jewels of this ranting lunatic's résumé.
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