What do you think? I found it very funny! ~Jess
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
"It'll be a showdown between vampire and witches at this year's MTV Movie Awards as top nominees "Twilight" and "Harry Potter" will use every supernatural power available to them to take home the most Golden Popcorns. (For you folks keeping track at home, "Eclipse" has the most nominations with eight, while "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" comes in second with six).
We at Hollywood Crush are always loathe to pick favorites when it comes to our prized pop-culture juggernauts. I mean, can't we all get along? And most importantly, can't we like both? Which is why this year, we've made some of our favorite celebrities like Elle Fanning, Hilary Duff and Troian Bellisario do the dirty work for us.
That's right, we asked the stars which franchise they think will take home the most awards. Click play on the video above to hear what they have to say."
The MTV Movie Awards air June 5 at 9/8 C (About 3AM UK/Irish time)
Which series do you give the edge to in this Movie Awards showdown? Will you be staying up to watch the awards show if you find a livestream?
Tell us in the comments section below, or on our Twitter!
|Jamie in 'Camelot'|
EXCLUSIVE: Screen Gems has made its choice: Jamie Campbell Bower will get the male lead in The Mortal Instruments, the Scott Charles Stewart-directed adaptation of the Cassandra Clare novel series. He'll play Jace Wayland, starring alongside Lily Collins, who'll play the lead heroine Clary Fray. She has The Sight, and can see both demons and Shadowhunters. Jace is one of the best of the latter. When Clary's mother is abducted, she is forced to learn about her bloodline and abilities in order to get her mother back. Clare's series is comprised of six novels and is expected to launch a franchise. The role has been considered a potential star-making vehicle for an actor, and there has been much speculation on who'll get it. I'm told the deal is being made now for Bower, who is best known for playing King Arthur in the TV series Camelot, and for playing Caius in the final installments of The Twilight Saga and Gellert Grindelwald in the final Harry Potter films. He's repped by CAA and London-based Simon Beresford.