Are you ready for another award show? Voting is now open to determine the nominees for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, and the 2009 Star Trek movie is being considered in six categories including Best Movie. More details below including links on where you can vote for Star Trek.
Vote for Star Trek
Voting is now open to determine the final nominees for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards. The 2009 Star Trek movie is being considered in 6 categories, with some having multiple options for Star Trek.
Star Trek is being considered in the following categories and you can click the links to vote.
- Best Movie
Best Kiss (Spock & Uhura)
Best Fight (2 Trek options: Kirk & Sulu vs Romulans or Kirk vs. Nero)
Best Ass-Kicking Star (2 Trek options: Chris Pine or Zoe Saldana)
Best Breakout Male Star (2 Trek options: Chris Pine or Zachary Quinto)
Best Villain (Eric Bana – Nero)
Zoe Saldana is also up for Best Female Performance for Avatar.
Voting will run through 6 p.m. ET on Friday, April 9. After the nominees are announced, voting for a winner in each category will start May 11 and run through June 5. But voting for Best Movie will stay open throughout the awards show itself.
The 2010 MTV Movie Awards are being held Sunday June 6th, aired live on MTV at 9 PM Eastern.
Here is the promo video for voting:
Star Trek at 2009 MTV Movie Awards
Last year’s MTV movie awards were held just a few weeks after Star Trek had become a big hit and even though the film didn’t qualify for awards, Star Trek was all over the show. There was a Star Trek gag as part of the show opening and a Star Trek gag about ‘Starf Leet Clown Clown College.’ (See TrekMovie report). A number of Star Trek celebrities were also on hand, including Chris Pine presenting an award and JJ Abrams appearing (on keyboards) in the hilarious music video "Cool Guys Don’t Look at Explosions." (below). You can watch the whole show at mtv.com.
Chris Pine presenting at the 2009 MTV Movie Awards
As reported on Sunday, Zach attended the MTV Movie Awards. While there Zach got himself onto the MTV 360 photo stage. Go to MTV.com to play the animation showing a freeze frame of Quinto from every angle.
JJ Abrams appearing in "Cool Guys Don’t Look At Explosions" music video