Brad Pitt was on hand for Paramount's presentation at CinemaCon, held at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, yesterday in Las Vegas. Brad took the stage at the annual event, held for the nation's cinema owners, to promote his upcoming zombie film, World War Z. Addressing the audience, Brad said that he made the movie for his kids. Brad said, "I just wanted to do a film that my boys could see before they were 18. I think you are going to like this as much as my boys will." The jaunt to Nevada came after Brad appeared on Sunday at LA's MTV Movie Awards. He'll likely have more promotional stops in his future, as he and director Marc Forster gear up for World War Z's June 21 release.
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Brad Pitt made a special appearance at the MTV Movie Awards in LA on Sunday night. He presented the award for movie of the year to The Avengers. Brad may be up for his own golden popcorn next year, if World War Z gets a nomination following its June release.
Brad made the award-show stop during a break from family time. He's been hanging on the West Coast with his kids while Angelina Jolie has been busy traveling. She popped up in London for the G8 summit last week and returned home to LA with Maddox by her side just in time for the weekend. The whole Jolie-Pitt crew was together last month, though, when they spent Easter weekend in Santa Barbara, CA.
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Rebel Wilson kicked off the 2013 MTV Movie Awards this evening with a little help from her pal James Franco and musical accompaniment from her Pitch Perfect costars. She told a handful of jokes before the golden popcorn presenting began, and Bradley Cooper was the first to win, coming up tops in the category of best male performance thanks to Silver Linings Playbook. Next, Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson took home best WTF moment for Django Unchained. Samuel L. Jackson was able to pick up two popcorns in a row — he and his Avengers costars Tom Hiddleston and Chris Evans won for best fight.
Eddie Redmayne had fans screaming when he introduced 2013 Trailblazer Award winner Emma Watson, who had the support of her boyfriend, Will Adamowicz. Her This Is the End costar Jonah Hill also had kind words for her via video and joked that they're going to star in the Fifty Shades of Grey adaptation together. Later, another special honor went to Comedic Genius Will Ferrell — who was only briefly interrupted during his acceptance speech by "stage crasher" Aubrey Plaza — who commented that he had only two dreams in life: to make people laugh and to dress like Dennis Rodman every day. The night's final special designation went to Generation Award winner Jamie Foxx.
The evening wrapped up with a few particular highlights. Kim Kardashian showed her presenting skills to introduce Selena Gomez, who sang her new track "Come and Get It" for the first time publicly. Liam Hemsworth, additionally, went on stage to introduce a special clip from Catching Fire. Finally, a happy-looking Brad Pitt took the stage to present movie of the year to The Avengers. There were many more popcorns handed out — make sure to check out the full list of MTV Movie Award winners.
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Stars are lining up some fun new roles this week: Nicole Kidman has scored a cameo in one of Hollywood's most anticipated sequels, while Jessica Chastain and Benedict Cumberbatch are joining Emma Stone on Guillermo del Toro's next flick. Jennifer Garner may be teaming up with Kevin Costner, and Brad Pitt has found his next role. Click through to see these tidbits and more of the week's most exciting casting news.
— Additional reporting by Shannon Vestal