Watch Johnny Depp, Wiz Khalifa, & Fun’s Performance at MTV Movie Awards [VIDEOS]
There were surprises around every corner at this years “MTV Movie Awards“!
“The Dark Knight Rises“: Official Teaser
In some never before seen footage of the soon-to-be finished film, we’re introduced to some new characters who’s faces you may recognize. Check out Christian Bale, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle in this exclusive and epic clip.
Fans got a sneak peek at three upcoming blockbusters and knockout performances from some of today’s greatest artists, it was surely not a show to miss. But, in case you did miss some of the action, we have all the clips for you to watch again and again.
Fun. – “We Are Young” ft. Janelle Monet
Fun. opened the show dressed to kill in white tuxes as they sang quite possibly the next summer anthem, “We Are Young”. Janelle Monet joined them on stage as she dazzled in a black suit and fierce hat.
“Katy Perry: Part of Me” Clip
This exclusive clip shows Katy at age 18 talking about her future career plans. Her conservative parents do not approve of her aspirations to be on MTV but we all know what the future had in store for this daring diva.
“Perks of Being a Wallflower” Trailer
Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller star in the adaptation of the Stephen Chbosky novel about the not so average high school experience.
Wiz Khalifa- “Work Hard Play Hard”
After the award for “Instant Cult Classic” was given to “Project X” Wiz and a ton of his loyal fans mobbed the stage to perform the most fitting party song. Fans along the side of the stage sang along with red solo cups in tow.
Johnny Depp and The Black Keys- “Gold On the Ceiling”
After being introduced by two of rocks’ legends, Joe Perry and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, the Generation Award winner Johnny Depp took to the stage with up and comers The Black Keys and shredded on guitar as the band played their hit, “Gold On the Ceiling”.
Johnny Depp and The Black Keys- “Lonely Boy”
As the show cut to commercial break, the band and Depp continued to play. Watch the entire performance below.