Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson accepts MTV Icon Generation Award

Brenda Watkins
June 19, 2019

Because Mondays are apparently the ideal night for awards shows, MTV is airing its annual Movie & TV Awards tonight, honoring the best and brightest on the big and small screens and asking that age-old question: Can Riverdale compete in the same weight class as Game of Thrones? .

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson received Generation Award at the MTV Movie and TV Awards and his acceptance speech is one to make the history books!

MTV promoted the cast of Schitt's Creek and their role at the MTV Movie & TV Awards and then failed to air any of their content. She didn't attend the ceremony in Santa Monica.

The Oscar victor said she made the film for her kids after they asked when she would make a movie for them. "It's truly a rare acknowledgment, and it means so much not just to the both of us but to the entire stunt community". I was a half black, half Samoan, six-foot-four, 275-pound pro wrestler. You know; I was told at that time, 'Well, you got to be a certain way.

"When I was 15, I heard a quote and I'll never forget it - 'It's nice to be important but it's more important to be nice"'.

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Larson said in her speech, "I wanted to take this moment to really say thank you to the two women who are standing here beside me, these are the women that trained me and were also the stunt doubles for 'Captain Marvel.' I could not have made this film without them".

Besides Dan Levy winning for Best Comedic Performance, the show was completely ignored.

A wide-ranging awards show also paid tribute to women beyond Hollywood such as trailblazing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the subject of documentary RBG, who won a new category for best real-life hero.

"Surviving R. Kelly", in which seven women spoke on camera about what they said was years of sexual and emotional abuse by the "I Believe I Can Fly" singer, won best documentary.

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