2000 MTV Movie Awards

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2000 MTV Movie Awards
Date Saturday, June 3, 2000
Location Sony Pictures Studios,
Culver City, California
Country United States United States
Host United States Sarah Jessica Parker
Television/Radio coverage
Network MTV
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The 2000 MTV Movie Awards were hosted by Sarah Jessica Parker. In conjunction with the success of a certain HBO Original Series at the time, the awards show presented a parody of Sex and the City and The Matrix during the program's opening. It featured the SATC cast (Samantha Jones, Miranda Hobbes, and Charlotte York) as they listened intently as Carrie Bradshaw (Parker's character on the series) describes getting caught in the Matrix, which is shown in flashbacks and in the narration style heard usually on the TV series. Laurence Fishburne appeared in the spoof in a creative superimposition from the film, as well as Vince Vaughn (playing the supposed "White Rabbit") and Jimmy Fallon, who played Keanu Reeves's character, Neo, from the film. Also, it noted Parker's status as a fashion icon by appearing in no less than 15 different costumes during the duration of the awards ceremonies, even appearing in nothing but a bath towel.

Performers[edit]

Awards[edit]

Best Movie[edit]

The Matrix

Best Male Performance[edit]

Keanu ReevesThe Matrix

Best Female Performance[edit]

Sarah Michelle GellarCruel Intentions

Breakthrough Male[edit]

Haley Joel OsmentThe Sixth Sense

Breakthrough Female[edit]

Julia Stiles10 Things I Hate About You

Best On-Screen Duo[edit]

Mike Myers and Verne TroyerAustin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Best Villain[edit]

Mike MyersAustin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Best Comedic Performance[edit]

Adam SandlerBig Daddy

Best Kiss[edit]

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma BlairCruel Intentions

Best Action Sequence[edit]

The Pod Race – Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

Best Musical Sequence[edit]

Terrence and Philip — "Uncle F**ka" (from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut)

Best Fight[edit]

Keanu Reeves vs. Laurence FishburneThe Matrix

Best New Filmmaker[edit]

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