Actors Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone have been announced as some of the first presenters at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards.
Reynolds will join his "Green Lantern" co-star Blake Lively, and Stone will present with her "Crazy, Stupid, Love" castmate Steve Carell.
Steve Carell's final episode as Michael Scott, a role he's played for six years, airs Thursday. -- Full story NPR
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Naughty Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais appeared before a star-studded audience last night and let the wicked jokes fly!
The British comedian, known for his sardonic persona, joked that the only reason "The Tourist" was nominated was so Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp would attend the ceremony! Ricky also stung Robert Downey Jr. with an intro mentioning his troubled past with drugs and arrests, and called Steve Carell "ungrateful."
Steve Carell plays the king of idiots in "Dinner for Schmucks," but his character, Barry, joins a distinguished list of classic on-screen boneheads. They are infuriating but you gotta love 'em. Here's a top 10 list of the best, on film and TV!
"Dinner for Schmucks" is one of the most anticipated comedies of the summer, starring Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and the return of "The Hangover's" Zach Galifianakis.
Check out the hilarious trailer and catch the film in theaters July 30.