The MTV Movie and TV Awards were dominated by the Marvel flick and Netflix series.
The winners of the 2018 MTV Movie And TV Awards have finally been announced and leading them in their victories are unsurprisingly 'Black Panther' and 'Stranger Things' respectively. The awards ceremony took place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, and was hosted by the inimitable Tiffany Haddish.
Chadwick Boseman at the MTV Movie and TV Awards
Best Movie 'Black Panther' dominated the film categories with Chadwick Boseman taking home Best Performance in a Movie and Best Hero, and his co-star Michael B. Jordan landing Best Villain as Erik Killmonger. Weirdly, they didn't manage to bag Best Fight; that instead went to 'Wonder Woman', or, more specifically, Gal Gadot against German Soldiers.
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Tiffany Haddish's 'how I met Beyonce' story is getting way out of control. Everytime she recalls it, she lets slip another crazy detail, and now fans learn that the anonymous actress who got Bey mad at a party actually assaulted the singer. With her teeth.
Tiffany Haddish at Hunter For Target Family Festival
The 'Girls Trip' star thought her night was made enough when she bumped into the singing sensation at party following Jay-Z's show in Inglewood on December 22nd 2017. But it was made all the more memorable by a troublemaking actress who we thought was just being overly flirtatious with Beyonce's husband. The truth is far crazier.
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The singer apparently had words with a woman who couldn't keep her hands to herself.
Beyonce is not the kind of woman you want to mess with, and Tiffany Haddish discovered that first hand when she witnessed the singer berate an actress for getting a little too close to her husband Jay-Z. She wouldn't reveal who the flirty star was, but it's clear she was in deep trouble.
Beyonce at a Tidal event
Since Beyonce's hit album 'Lemonade' came out, the press has been full of stories about the power couple's marriage and alleged infidelity on Jay-Z's part, so it's no wonder that Bey has got a little protective of her husband in recent years.
Continue reading: Tiffany Haddish On How Beyonce Saved Jay-Z From Flirty Actress
This movie's premise basically sounds like The Hangover with added black girl power. But it's actually a lot more than that, with themes and ideas that emerge across the board. Although what audiences will remember are the more raucous comedic moments, which gleefully dive headlong into full-on vulgarity to keep the audience laughing all the way through to the big finale. And this will also be forever remembered as the movie that made The Carmichael Show's Tiffany Haddish a star.
She plays Dina, the sassy, hard-partying member of the Flossy Posse, a group of four friends from university 25 years ago. The others are superstar self-help guru Ryan (Regina Hall), notorious gossip blogger Sasha (Queen Latifah) and workaholic single mother Lisa (Jada Pinkett Smith). Worrying that their friendship is fading away with time, Ryan proposes a reunion to travel to EssenceFest in New Orleans, where she's giving the keynote speech. So off they go to let their hair down and escape their responsible lives. But Sasha has just received a paparazzi photo of Ryan's football-star husband Stewart (Mike Colter) snuggling up with an Instagram model, and Dina immediately wants revenge. On the other hand, Ryan is concerned about maintaining her public image.
There are two big themes here that fit in rather nicely with the crazed antics that pepper the movie with rude flashes of riotous hilarity. First of course is the importance of sometimes setting your chores aside and just having fun with your friends. But the deeper message is about the importance of living honestly instead of just pretending that everything is great. Ryan, Sasha and Lisa have to face these issues and deal deeply with how they live their lives. Meanwhile, Dina just keeps partying. But then, she's the film's relentless scene-stealer, and the audience wouldn't have it any other way.
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You might have thought that all-girl vacations were a thing reserved for college kids, but this group of four brazen besties are determined to have one last weekend of uninhibited fun and freedom before returning to the daily grind of responsible womanhood. They decide to fly to New Orleans, Louisiana for the city's infamous annual Essence Music Festival, and they're hoping that their time will include plenty of drinking, dancing and no-strings romances, but - as you can expect - they're about to discover a whole lot more. It seems that one of these sisters in particular has already thrown away her youth - and not just in the wardrobe department - to the chagrin of her friends. Is this vacation really going to be enough to get her to loosen up about open her heart?
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