This year marks the 25th consecutive year that the golden popcorn will rule the world.
Taking place on Sunday, April 10th @ 8PM ET/PT on MTV,Â the show will be hosted byÂ Central IntelligenceÂ starsÂ Dwayne JohnsonÂ andÂ Kevin Hart.
Here atÂ Celeb Secrets,Â we are eager to see the presenters this year, but we are even more excited about the musical performances. We predict that the performers this year will beÂ Fifth HarmonyÂ with their new single â€œWork from Homeâ€ and maybe evenÂ Ariana GrandeÂ with “Dangerous Woman.”
BothÂ Fifth HarmonyÂ andÂ GrandeÂ have killer singles out right now as well as amazing stage presence, which will add a little bit of girl power to that stage. We also think thatÂ Walk The MoonÂ might be there performing one of their hit singles as well, which might give us something to â€œShut Up and Danceâ€ or â€œWork This Bodyâ€ to.
Today, we are bringing you our predictions on who we think should take home the golden popcorn for the following catgeories:Â Movie of the Year, True Story, Documentary, Best Female Performance, Best Male Performance, Best Breakthrough Performance, Best Comedic Performance, Best Action Performance, Best Hero, Best Villain, Best Virtual Performance, Ensemble Cast, Best Kiss, and Best Fight.
Make sure youÂ tweetÂ us who you think will win each of these awards as well!
Movie of The Year:Â Avengers: Age of Ultron, Creed, Deadpool, Jurassic World, Straight Outta Compton.
Who We Want To Win:Â This was tough to choose because you had a lot of greatness in this category. If we were going based off of box office revenue weâ€™d probably choose Jurassic WorldÂ but when it comes to content,Â Straight Outta ComptonÂ blew every movie in this category out of the water. The movie was intense and when it was released, you couldnâ€™t go anywhere without witnessing people discussing the film and even ragging on their friends who had yet to see it.
True Story:Â Concussion, Steve Jobs, Joy, Straight Outta Compton, The Big Short, The Revenant
Who We Want To Win:Â Straight Out Of ComptonÂ shined a new light on life in Southern Los Angeles. It showed the truth behind N.W.Aâ€™s first studio album and went on to revolutionize hip hop for years to come. The movie brought to light the work ethics of the group and proved how hard it is to make it. Plus, it was cool to seeÂ Oâ€™Shea JacksonÂ play his father in this movie, so although every movie in this category shined a new light on their individual stories,Â Straight Outta ComptonÂ wins this one for us.
Documentary:Â Amy, Cartel Land, He Named Me Malala, The Hunting Ground. The Wolfpack, What Happened, Miss Simone?
Who We Want To Win:Â This one is a simple decision for us –Â He Named Me Malala. Malala Yousafzi was made into an advocate for childrenâ€™s rights and was the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. She fought for her right to an education and was shot by the Taliban in the head for doing so, but sheâ€™s gone on an told her story to help millions of others. Sheâ€™s even becoming a feminist icon for being so bold with her words, so we have no doubt in our minds that this movie will win!
Best Female Performance: Alicia Vikander,Â Ex Machina,Â Anna Kendrick,Â Pitch Perfect 2,Â Charlize Theron,Â Mad Max: Fury Road,Â Daisy Ridley,Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens,Â Jennifer Lawrence,Â Joy,Â Morena Baccarin,Â Deadpool
Who We Want To Win:Â Okay, so this category is very tight. There are several strong female leads, but we are going to go withÂ Anna KendrickÂ for her performance inÂ Pitch Perfect 2. Realistically, this one I think is too tough to call but we loveÂ Kendrick;Â the girl is hilarious and super fun to watch on television. She straight up killed it inÂ Pitch Perfect 2!
Best Male Performance: Chris Pratt,Â Jurassic World,Â Leonadro DiCaprio,Â The Revenant,Â Matt Damon,Â The Martian,Â Michael B, Jordan,Â Creed,Â Ryan Reynolds,Â Deadpool,Â Will Smith,Â Concussion
Who We Want To Win:Â This is another right category. First off,Â Chris PrattÂ killed his role inÂ Jurassic WorldÂ plus watching him fight some dinosaurs was pretty great, but then thereâ€™sÂ Ryan ReynoldsÂ who came in with a killer role inÂ Deadpool. But after much thought, weâ€™ve chosenÂ Leonardo DiCaprioÂ for his performance inÂ The Revenant. Why you ask? Because fans just hate to see him lose and will definitely be pulling for him in this category.
Best Breakthrough Performance: Amy Schumer,Â Trainwreck,Â Brie Larson,Â Room,Â Daisy Ridley,Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens,Â Dakota Johnson, Fifty Shades of Grey,Â John Boyega,Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens,Â Oâ€™Shea Jackson Jr.,Â Straight Outta Compton
Who We Want To Win:Â In this category we are torn betweenÂ Amy SchumerÂ andÂ Oâ€™Shea Jackson Jr.Â both were magnificent and as stated earlier it was incredible to seeÂ JacksonÂ play his dad, but weâ€™re going to have to go withÂ SchumerÂ on this one. Her role inÂ TrainwreckÂ opened many doors for her and we all learned we can relate to her really easily.
Best Comedic Performance: Amy Schumer,Â Trainwreck,Â Kevin Hart,Â Ride Along 2,Â Melissa McCarthy,Â Spy,Â Rebel Wilson,Â Pitch Perfect 2,Â Ryan Reynolds,Â Deadpool,Â Will Ferrell,Â Get Hard.
Who We Want To Win: This category was a simple choice –Â Will FerrellÂ for his performance inÂ Get Hard. Anything withÂ FerrellÂ does has typically has us in tears in no time andÂ Get HardÂ was no exception. Watching his character transform from uptight banker to tough jail guy was a hoot and definitely deserves the golden popcorn.
Best Action Performance: Chris Pratt,Â Jurassic World,Â Dwayne Johnson,Â San Andreas,Â Jennifer Lawrence,Â The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay- Part 2,Â Vin Diesel,Â Furious 7,Â Ryan Reynolds,Â Deadpool,Â John Boyega,Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Who We Want To Win:Â Weâ€™ve chosenÂ Ryan ReynoldsÂ for his performance inÂ Deadpool. Each and every fight scene was hardcore and had a lot of intensity, which really impressed us. The other nominees were great but we didnâ€™t find them as powerful asÂ Reynoldsâ€™.
Best Hero:Â Charilize Theron,Â Mad Max: Fury Road,Â Chris Evans,Â Avengers: Age of Ultron,Â Daisy Ridley,Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens,Â Dwayne Johnson,Â San Andreas,Â Jennifer Lawrence,Â The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay â€“ Part 2,Â Paul Rudd,Â Antman
Who We Want To Win:Â We are big fans of theÂ Hunger GamesÂ series, so itâ€™s no surprise that we are pulling forÂ Jennifer LawerenceÂ to take the popcorn home for this category. Her character triumphed against all oddsand broke the mold for every young girl out there. Sheâ€™s the perfect hero and deserves the win.
Best Villain: Adam Driver,Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens,Â Hugh Keays-Byrne,Â Mad Max: Fury Road,Â Ed Skrein,Â Deadpool,Â Samuel L. Jackson,Â Kingsman: The Secret Service,Â Tom Hardy,Â The Revenant,Â James Spaders,Â Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Who We Want To Win:Â Weâ€™ve chosenÂ Adam Driver;Â he was perfectly cast for Kylo Ren. No one could have played this character the way he did, plus theÂ StarÂ WarsÂ fan base loved him! He definitely is an easy choice for this category.
Best Virtual Performance: Amy Poehler,Â Inside Out,Â Andy Serkis,Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens,Â Jack Black,Â Kung Fu Panda 3,Â Seth MacFarlane,Â Ted 2,Â Lupita Noyongâ€™o,Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Who We Want To Win:Â Who doesnâ€™t love a talking teddy bear? Especially one as funny as Ted inÂ Ted 2.Â Seth MacFarlaneÂ hands down has been killing the role as Ted for the past two movies, so itâ€™ll be no surprise to us when he wins this category.
Ensemble Cast: Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Pitch Perfect 2, Trainwreck, Furious 7, Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 2,
Who We Want To Win:Â This was another neck and neck category.Â Hunger GamesÂ has such a solid cast and so doesÂ Furious 7, butÂ Star Wars:Â The Force AwakensÂ will take a mad dash for first in this race. They had such a vivacious group and everyone was so well cast. Fans have been waiting decades for this movie and it did not disappoint!
Best Kiss: Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan,Â Fifty Shades of Grey,Â Rebel Wilson and Adam Devine,Â Pitch Perfect 2,Â Amy Schumer and Bill Hader,Â Trainwreck,Â Leslie Mann and Chris Hemsworth,Â Vacation,Â Margot Robbie and Will Smith,Â Focus,Â Morena Baccarin and Ryan Reynolds,Â Deadpool.
Who We Want To Win:Â This movie was a hit and miss for many because it was based off a controversal book, but this steamy kiss did not let anyone down.Â Dakota JohnsonÂ andÂ Jamie DornanÂ for their performance inÂ Fifty ShadesÂ of GreyÂ will win this category.
Best Fight:Â Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) vs. The Bear,Â The Revenant,Â Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) vs. Ajax (Ed Skrein),Â Deadpool, Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron) vs. Max Rocktansky,Â Mad Max: Fury Road,Â Rey (Daisy Ridley) vs. Kylo Ren (Adam Driver),Â Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) vs, Lia (Nargis Fakhri),Â Spy,Â Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) vs. Hulk (Mark Ruffalo),Â Avengers: Age of Ultron
Who We Want To Win:Â All of these fights were extremely intense and well-done, but if there had to be one that made me want to pick a side, it would have to be Kylo Ren vs. Rey inÂ Star Wars: The Force Awakens.Â This fight was massive, especially with the graphics and light saber action. It was beyond impressive!