There’s literally nothing that Will Smith can’t do. That’s why the actor and Grammy Award-winning rapper will be honored at this year’s MTV Movie Awards with the Generation Award.
Movie Awards co-host Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson made the special announcement via Instagram with a super heartfelt message:
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HOST EXCLUSIVE! WILL SMITH is our @MTV Generation Award recipient. When I first broke into Hollywood 15yrs ago, all I wanted to do was learn the business and put in the hard work to have a career like his. It's a real privilege to honor you my friend. #WeAreStillPuttinInTheWork #BigWillieStyle #MovieAwards #GenerationAward
The 2016 MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Johnson and Kevin Hart, airs on Sunday, April 10 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Jonah Hill went from funny, chubby guy to a slimmed down Hollywood actor, then back to gaining the weight again.
The reason for the unexpected weight gain was the film War Dogs, which Hill stars in alongside Miles Teller.
The upcoming flick, based on a true story, is about a pair of young, ambitious arms dealers (played by Jonah Hill and Miles Teller) who secure a lucrative government contract to supply weapons for U.S. allies in Afghanistan. However, their plan to “make money off of war without ever stepping foot on the battle field” doesn’t quite work out, as danger soon catches up to them.
War Dogs hits theaters on August 19 and also stars Bradley Cooper and Ana de Armas, and is directed by Todd Phillips. Check out the trailer above.
Hillary Clinton stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night and spilled some presidential tea. When asked about Donald Trump‘s campaign, she responded, “I’ve never seen this at the presidential level, no,” adding that she looks forward to debating Trump if it comes to that, because she believes the voters want a responsible, knowledgeable leader.
After Kimmel attempted to give the Presidential hopeful some advice on style and slang, Clinton replied, “You know Jimmy, your comments are kind of contradictory, it’s like nothing I do is right.” Kimmel agreed, joking that she wasn’t a man and that must be it.
Check out the classic interview above.
Tonya Harding is seriously bringing the funny in a new clip for The Bronze, the comedy starring The Big Bang Theory actress Melissa Rauch.
In the clip, Harding and Rauch’s character, gymnast Hope Ann Greggory, are meeting with a manager together because “all champions take meetings together,” wearing matching high ponytails, red scrunchies, and athletic jackets.
The Bronze bombed at the box office when it opened last weekend, bringing in only $421,434. The film is still in theaters today. Check out the funny clip above.
The first-ever Footaction Family Cypher stole the show during the 2016 SXSW festival. The flaming session is something you never knew you needed, until you got it. Footaction’s Family Cypher featured up and comers Rotimi, Taylor Bennett, Sylvan LaCue, LA VanGogh, and DJ Austin Millz.
Check out the full cypher above.