MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Duo

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The following is a list of the MTV Movie Award winners and nominees for Best On-Screen Duo, which were awarded from 1992 to 2006 and from 2013 to 2015. In 2012, it was replaced with Best Cast. In 2016, it was replaced with Ensemble Cast. In 2017, it was replaced with Best On-Screen Team.

Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture

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The Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture is one of the annual Satellite Awards given by the International Press Academy. In 2011, the IPA pared down its Satellite nominations in the motion picture categories from 22 to 19 classifications; the change reflects the merger of drama and comedy under a general Best Picture heading, including the Best Actor/Actress headings and the Supporting headings.

Rachel McAdams

The film also had a limited release and Laura Kern of The New York Times found her "luminous as always" while Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times hailed the performance as "her coming of age as an actress". "Previously she has been seen mostly as a hot chick or an idealized sweetheart", he wrote. "Here she is feisty, vulnerable, plucky, warm, funny ... Watch the poignancy of the scene when she meets her boyfriend's family." Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly found her "feisty, gorgeous, and as mercurial as a mood ring". The Lucky Ones is the least commercially successful film of McAdams's career as of 2012, having grossed just $266,967 worldwide.

MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss

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Ben Affleck — 2. Jennifer Aniston — 2. Drew Barrymore — 2. Sandra Bullock — 2. Jim Carrey — 2. Zac Efron — 2. Anna Faris — 2. Jennifer Garner — 2. Tom Hanks — 2. Ethan Hawke — 2. Taraji P. Henson — 2. Terrence Howard — 2. Vanessa Hudgens — 2. Scarlett Johansson — 2. Angelina Jolie — 2. Mila Kunis — 2. Taylor Lautner — 2. Jude Law — 2. Heath Ledger — 2. Joseph Gordon-Levitt — 2. Juliette Lewis — 2. Rachel McAdams — 2. Ellen Page — 2. Daniel Radcliffe — 2. Ryan Reynolds — 2. Zoe Saldana — 2. Adam Sandler — 2. Christian Slater — 2. Will Smith — 2. Mark Wahlberg — 2. Shailene Woodley — 2.

Mission: Impossible 2

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Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times said that "if the first movie was entertaining as sound, fury, and movement, this one is more evolved, more confident, more sure-footed in the way it marries minimal character development to seamless action." Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly felt the film was a "throwaway pleasure" but also "a triumph of souped-up action." Ella Taylor of LA Weekly said that "every car chase, every plane crash, every potential drop off a cliff is a masterpiece of grace and surprise." Desson Howe of The Washington Post said that "[John] Woo [...] takes complete command of the latest technology to create brilliant action sequences."

MTV Movie Award for Best Comedic Performance

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This is a following list of the MTV Movie Award winners and nominees for Best Comedic Performance. The award was not given in the 2013 ceremony.

Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Screen Combo

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Adam Sandler and any pair of his shoes – The Cobbler. 2016 Ben Affleck and his BFF (Baddest Foe Forever) Henry Cavill in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Any two Egyptian gods or mortals in Gods of Egypt. Johnny Depp and his vomitously vibrant costume in Alice Through the Looking Glass. The entire cast of once respected actors in Collateral Beauty. Tyler Perry and that same old worn out wig in Boo! A Madea Halloween. Ben Stiller and his BFF (Barely Funny Friend) Owen Wilson in Zoolander 2. 2017 Any two obnoxious Emojis in The Emoji Movie. Any combination of two characters, two sex toys or two sexual positions in Fifty Shades Darker.

The Walt Disney Company

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Despite this, Disney didn't succeed in pursuing a takeover for various reasons, owing to its stock price at a 52-week-low, the hostility from Vivendi shareholders, and the likelihood of the Disney/Universal deal being blocked on anti-trust grounds (e.g. less innovation in theme parks, higher prices for hotel rooms, growing power of box office market share, etc.). On May 15, 2003, Disney sold their stake in the Anaheim Angels baseball team to Arte Moreno. Disney purchased the rights to The Muppets and the Bear in the Big Blue House franchises from The Jim Henson Company on February 17, 2004.

Saturday Night Live

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In September 2011, ice cream company Ben & Jerry's released a limited-edition ice cream called "Schweddy Balls", inspired by a 1998 sketch of the same name starring Alec Baldwin, Ana Gasteyer, and Molly Shannon. According to the company, the ice cream became their fastest-selling limited-edition flavor. The ice cream was also subject to criticism and boycotts by One Million Moms, a project of the American Family Association, over the "vulgar" name. Some retail chains chose not to sell the flavor, but declined to say if the decision was at their own discretion or based on the One Million Moms boycotts.

Teen Choice Awards

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The Teen Choice Awards is an annual awards show that airs on the Fox television network. The awards honor the year's biggest achievements in music, film, sports, television, fashion, and more, voted by viewers living in the United States, aged 13 and over through various social media sites.

Academy Awards

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Owens is expected to continue producing other awards for the Academy and service existing Oscars that need replating. The origin of the name Oscar is disputed. One biography of Bette Davis, who was a president of the Academy, claims she named the Oscar after her first husband, band leader Harmon Oscar Nelson. Another claimed origin is the Academy's Executive Secretary, Margaret Herrick, who, when she first saw the award in 1931, made reference to the statuette's reminding her of her "Uncle Oscar" (a nickname for her cousin Oscar Pierce).

Democratic Party (United States)

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The 2008 Democratic Party platform acknowledges a "special relationship with Israel, grounded in shared interests and shared values, and a clear, strong, fundamental commitment to the security of Israel, our strongest ally in the region and its only established democracy". It also included: It is in the best interests of all parties, including the United States, that we take an active role to help secure a lasting settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a democratic, viable Palestinian state dedicated to living in peace and security side by side with the Jewish State of Israel.

Second City Television

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Second City Television, commonly shortened to SCTV, is a Canadian television sketch comedy show that ran between 1976 and 1984. It was created as an offshoot from Toronto's Second City troupe. It is a rare example of a Canadian show that moved successfully to American TV, specifically the NBC network.

Cameron Diaz

Roger Ebert deemed the film "a brave effort in a timid time, a Swiftian attempt to slap us all in the face and get us to admit that our own freedoms depend precisely on those of our neighbors, our opponents and, yes, our enemies." She then had a lead role as an ex-stripper in the dramatic comedy Feeling Minnesota (1996), in which she co-starred opposite Keanu Reeves, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Courtney Love. Emanuel Levy of Variety noted: "Sadly, with the notable exception of the attractive Diaz, who’s well cast as the sexual aggressor and romantic manipulator, there are no exciting performances in the film."

Adam Sandler

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Roger Ebert's review of Punch-Drunk Love concluded that Sandler had been wasted in earlier films with poorly written scripts and characters with no development. Sandler has moved outside the genre of slapstick comedy to take on more serious parts such as the aforementioned Punch-Drunk Love (for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe) and Mike Binder's Reign Over Me (2007), a drama about a man who loses his entire family in 9/11 and rekindles a friendship with his old college roommate (Don Cheadle). He starred alongside friend Kevin James in the film I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007), and headlined You Don't Mess with the Zohan (2008).

Around the World in 80 Days (2004 film)

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While some reviewers criticized it for having little to no resemblance to the novel it is based on, others such as Roger Ebert praised it for its visual style and for being "goofy fun". In 2014, the Los Angeles Times listed the film as one of the most expensive box office flops of all time. The film was nominated for two Razzie Awards - Worst Remake or Sequel and Worst Supporting Actor (Arnold Schwarzenegger). "It's Slinky!" – Written by Homer Fesperman and Charles Weasley. "Sehnaz Pesrev. "The Mystery Continues" – Composed by Suma Ograda. "Everybody, All over the World (Join the Celebration)" – Performed by David A. Stewart and Sylvia Young Stage School.

National Society of Film Critics

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Past distinguished members include Dave Kehr, Jonathan Rosenbaum, the late Roger Ebert, Richard Corliss, and Stanley Kauffmann; current prominent members include Peter Travers, Stephanie Zacharek, Kenneth Turan, Lisa Schwarzbaum, Gerald Peary, David Sterritt, and David Edelstein. The organization is known for its highbrow tastes, and its annual awards are one of the most prestigious film critics awards in the United States. In past years, many of its Best Picture winners have been foreign films and the choices rarely parallel the Academy Awards.

Joaquin Phoenix

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Famed critic Roger Ebert praised Phoenix for his "spot-on performance". Phoenix was nominated for the British Independent Film Award for Best Actor. Phoenix also starred in M. Night Shyamalan's science fiction thriller Signs (2002). Phoenix plays Merrill Hess, a former Major League baseball player who, along with his older brother Graham (Mel Gibson), discovers that Earth has been invaded by extraterrestrials. The film was a massive financial success, grossing $408 million on its $72 million budget, and was received with positive reviews.

Amanda Peet

The film received mixed reviews, but Roger Ebert gave it one of the more positive reviews, noting in particular that her performance, which he called "perfect", highlighted the story. The Whole Nine Yards was a commercial success, grossing US$106.3 million worldwide. For her performance, she received a Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination for Favorite Supporting Actress: Comedy, and a Teen Choice Award nomination for Choice Film Liar. In 2000, she played a love interest in the independent comedy Whipped, won the Young Hollywood Award for "Best New Style Maker", and was voted one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World by People magazine.

Steve Carell

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His work in the films Anchorman, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Bewitched established Carell as a member of Hollywood's so-called "Frat Pack", a group of actors who often appear in films together, that also includes Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell, Vince Vaughn, and Luke Wilson. Carell acted as the title character of Evan Almighty, a sequel to Bruce Almighty, reprising his role as Evan Baxter, now a U.S. Congressman. The film received mostly negative reviews. Carell starred in the 2007 film Dan in Real Life, co-starring Dane Cook and Juliette Binoche. Carell played Maxwell Smart in the 2008 film Get Smart, an adaptation of the TV series starring Don Adams.