MTV Movie Awards Highlights: 'Leo Got F—ed by a Bear,' Lonely Island's Will Smith Tribute and 14 More Videos

7:08 PM 4/10/2016

by THR Staff

Melissa McCarthy crowd-surfs, Rebel Wilson and Adam DeVine make out, and other big moments from Sunday night's telecast.

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The MTV Movie Awards aired Sunday night and featured awards, performances and the show's signature silly moments.

Watch highlights from the show below.

  • Hosts Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson Re-enact 'Mad Max'

    Hart and Johnson opened the show with a Mad Max: Fury Road-influenced entrance, complete with Hart sporting the cage-like face mask Tom Hardy wears in the film. The comedian and co-host Johnson, who was also sporting a Mad Max-like outfit, then took the round stage to kick off the outdoors show.

  • Charlize Theron Wins Best Female Performance

    The actress won the first award of the night.

  • Halsey Performs New Single "Castle"

    The singer was accompanied by an orchestra as she performed in a revealing white bodysuit on the outside stage at the Warner Bros. lot. Snowflakes fell onto the stage and swirled into the audience during her performance.


  • Chris Evans Premieres New 'Captain America: Civil War' Clip

    "Every epic battle has led to this," the actor said on stage, introducing exclusive world premiere footage to the audience.


  • Chris Pratt Reveals His Favorite Action Heroes — All of Them

    The Jurassic World actor gave a special shout-out to action heroes in his acceptance speech.

  • Hart and Johnson Rap About 'The Revenant' Bear

    The co-hosts joked about Leonardo DiCaprio's bear scene in the Oscar-winning film in the form of a rap song.

  • 'Straight Outta Compton' Cast Jokes About Oscars Snub

    Jason Mitchell, who plays Eazy-E in the movie, took a jab at the film’s Academy Awards snub during the cast’s acceptance speech for the true story award.


  • Deadpools Dance to Salt-N-Pepa’s "Shoop"

    Zac Efron and Seth Rogen took the stage Sunday to present Ryan Reynolds with best male comedic performance, but the awards show had another performance in mind before he could accept. Salt-N-Pepa performed "Shoop," a song that was brought back into popularity thanks to Reynolds' Deadpool. The '90s duo performed the song before his acceptance speech alongside several costumed dancing Deadpools.

  • Lonely Island Performs Tribute to Will Smith

    The three-member band, fronted by Andy Samberg, sang a medley of the Fresh Prince theme song and Smith’s "Summertime" before the actor accepted the Generation Award.

  • Will Smith Receives Generation Award

    "That was a lot; I wasn't quite expecting that," Smith said, accepting the award, revealing that when the network told him it planned to give him the Generation Award, "I thought that was code for the old ass dude award, 'Congratulations, your best work's behind you'"

  • Ariana Grande Performs "Dangerous Woman"

    Introduced to the stage by Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner, Grande was joined by Broadway composer Jason Robert Brown for the single. The artist arrived in a pink ball gown (a la Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes) with a glittery necklace and fur shawl.

  • Rebel Wilson and Adam DeVine Make Out Onstage

    The Pitch Perfect 2 co-stars re-enacted their kiss scene onstage as they accepted their golden popcorn for best kiss — and producers even had to blur out a portion of it.

  • 'Suicide Squad' Cast Debuts New Trailer

    Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne teased a sneak peek of the upcoming DC film during the show.

  • Melissa McCarthy Crowd-Surfs to Accept Comedic Genius Award

    The Boss star became the first woman to receive MTV's Comedic Genius Award on Sunday. After crowd-surfing to the stage, she accepted the award from hosts Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart (who she called "Mr. Rock Johnson" and "The Rock's assistant"). McCarthy thanked the female comedians who inspired her, including SNL's Jane Curtin, Lucille Ball, Phyllis Diller and Whoopi Goldberg. She also thanked her mother, who she said taught her to "not to fear being the butt of the joke" and to "lovingly go for the kill."

  • Eddie Redmayne Debuts Trailer for 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'

    Redmayne stars alongside Ezra Miller, Colin Farrell, Ron Perlman and Jon Voight in the Harry Potter prequel, written by J.K. Rowling and directed by David Yates, hits theaters Nov. 18.