MTV Movie Awards 2013 winners recap: Watch official Hunger Games Catching Fire teaser trailer video online

ssorich@ledger-enquirer.comApril 14, 2013 

The most talked-about film clip at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards lasted less than three minutes.

I'm referring to the new teaser trailer for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," which premiered during Sunday's awards show on MTV. Fans had to wait about two hours to see the clip, but it didn't disappoint. "Catching Fire" is the second film in the series. Check this out and share your reactions in the comments section.

Hosted by "Pitch Perfect" star Rebel Wilson, the show was fairly tame -- by MTV standards, at least. "The Avengers" was a big winner, "Twilight" was almost entirely absent and Selena Gomez likely divided fans with her performance of "Come and Get It."

Here's a full recap of the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. Check out a fashion photo gallery from the show here.


9 p.m. - The show kicks off with host Rebel Wilson elevated from the ceiling. She falls flat, flaunts pink fleece getup and sings "The Climb." This kicks off the "Pitch Perfect" reunion. The medley includes tunes like "Lose Yourself," "Girl on Fire" and "Thrift Shop." I love it. At one point, Rebel has a wardrobe change. She's flaunting a black pleather corset-type getup by the end of the performance.

9:09 - Rebel's comedic monologue is short. Nothing too amazing here. She's surprised MTV asked her to host the show. "They thought I was Adele," she quips. She also gives a "shout-out" to the show's international viewers in North Korea. That joke falls a little flat. She has a few other jokes, but they aren't appropriate for a family-friendly publication.

9:12 - Best Male Performance goes to Bradley Cooper for "Silver Linings Playbook." He accepts the award and uses it as an opportunity to call attention to PTSD and suicides among military veterans. "It's an epidemic," he says.

9:21 - Best WTF Moment goes to Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson in "Django Unchained." They accept the award together and Samuel keeps the censors busy.

9:31 - Best Fight goes to a scene from Marvel's "The Avengers." Once again, Samuel L. Jackson is the spokesman. Joss Whedon adds, "Thank you, guys. This was very unexpected."

9:34 - The MTV Trailblazer Award goes to Emma Watson. My favorite part of the award presentation is a video message in which Jonah Hill says he and Emma will star in the screen version of "50 Shades." Emma gives a nice acceptance speech, noting what she's learned throughout her career -- "most importantly, how bad my hair was in the first Harry Potter film," she says.

On a more serious note, she touches on bullying and says she was teased at one point in her life. "Becoming yourself is really hard and it's a process," she says. "If you truly put your heart into what you believe in, even if it makes you vulnerable, amazing things can and will happen."

9:48 - In a pre-taped bit, we see what would've happened if Rebel Wilson starred in some of the year's big films. She does inappropriate things while Anne Hathaway sings in "Les Mis," poses as a tiger in "Life of Pi" and strips in "Magic Mike."

9:52 - Best Kiss goes to Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in "Silver Linings Playbook." Jennifer isn't there, but Bradley says she was great to kiss.

9:53 - Oddest presenter combination of the night? Snoop Lion and Ke$ha. Yes, Snoop is smoking on stage.

9:54 - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis perform their new hit, "Can't Hold Us." Why didn't they sing "Thrift Shop"? Maybe they were worried about this happening again.

10:04 - Quvenzhané Wallis, the little girl from "Beasts of the Southern Wild," is in the audience. Rebel Wilson approaches her for a set-up joke involving the contents of the girl's purse. It's filled with alcohol. Think this joke will cause some controversy?

10:05 - Peter Dinklage from "Game of Thrones" presents the Comedic Genius Award to Will Ferrell.

10:09 - Will Ferrell accepts the award while flaunting a money-print suit. "I'm just a simple guy from Irvine, California, who had two basic dreams," he says. The first one was to make people laugh. The other dream? "To be able to wake up every day and dress myself exactly like Dennis Rodman." Aubrey Plaza has a brief cameo during his acceptance speech. "Most of you guys here tonight like me and think I'm funny," he says. He's happy to fight the other people in the parking lot.

He wraps things up by thanking his family and asks them to come on stage. An Asian woman and three Asian children join him. This joke gets a little long, especially when he goes through a fake wedding vow renewal. I would've preferred some info about "Anchorman 2."

10:21 - "Fast & Furious 6" is coming out this summer. Oh joy.

10:22 - Best Breakthrough Performance goes to Rebel Wilson for "Pitch Perfect." She quips, "I only do acting for these awards...and for cash money," she says. She asks Zac Efron to take off his shirt and kiss her. She gets the kiss, but his shirt remains intact.

10:25 - There's a strange comedic bit involving Seth Rogen and Danny McBride without pants.

10:28 - Best Shirtless Performance goes to Taylor Lautner for the most recent "Twilight" film. He approaches the podium and flaunts a fake beer belly. "This is the shirtless Oscar. Thank you, everyone," he says.

10:30 - We get a sneak peek of "Iron Man 3." Here it is:

10:37 - Best Villain goes to Tom Hiddleston for "The Avengers." He expresses "enormous gratitude" and sends a special thanks to Joss Whedon. This is definitely one of the longest acceptance speeches of the night. I'm ready to tune out -- until he thanks Liam Payne from One Direction. Apparently, Liam named his dog Loki.

10:41 - Kim Kardashian flaunts some maternity wear that actually doesn't look awful. She introduces a performance by Selena Gomez.

10:42 - Selena Gomez debuts her new single, "Come and Get It." If I were an "American Idol" judge critiquing this performance, my first line would be, "Well, you look beautiful tonight." It's true. She looks great and she's a really good dancer. This performance sort of has a Bollywood theme and Selena is dressed in red. The singing? Um, well, it's pretty rough. Sorry, folks...but I'd call this a slight mess.

10:50 - Kerry Washington presents the Generation Award to Jamie Foxx.

10:53 - Jamie Foxx accepts the award, while noting his beautiful 19-year-old daughter is single. And she's in the audience. Awkward. "It's been a fantastic ride and I feel like I'm just getting started," he says of his career.

11:02 - Big moment, folks. It's time for the highly anticipated teaser trailer for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." OMG. This looks sooo good.

11:06 - Best Musical Moment goes to the women from "Pitch Perfect." Most of them are there to accept it, but Anna Kendrick didn't show up.

11:13 - Best Picture goes to "The Avengers." Wow.

11:16 - We're done! What did you think?

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