Voting Now Open for HBP Actors, Film at MTV Movie Awards
May 12, 2010, 01:24 PM
As readers will recall, last March we told you members of the cast of the "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" film had been nominated at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards. The final round of voting for the awards is now open, and can be completed at this link. In the final round of nominations for cast members of "Half-Blood Prince" are as follows:
Best Villain - Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy)
Best Female Performance - Emma Watson (Hermione Granger)
Best Male Performance - Dan Radcliffe (Harry Potter)
Global Superstar - Dan Radcliffe (Harry Potter)
Best Movie - "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"
Voting is open now and runs through June 5. The 2010 MTV Movie Awards will be hosted by comic Aziz Ansari and air live on Sunday, June 6, at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.
WOW!!! I’m so excited about this 2010 MTV Movie Awards!!! It’s going to be so great with all those Harry Potter nominations!!! Specially Tom Felton – I think he did a fantastic job as the very anxious and emotional Draco Malfoy of the 6th book. And I’m thrilled HBP is nominated for best movie!!! HP movies didn’t get as much credit as this before… It’s a shame this is all happening so close to the end…
I voted! And I was also PSYCHED that Percy Jackson nominations were there too!!!! But I voted for Helena Bohnam Carter for best villain and not Tom, because I don’t think Malfoy was a real villain in the movie! He was just a poor soul that was forced to do a terrifying task by Voldemort, and he didn’t even complete the task!
What a bunch of hassle…especially being Canadian and not being able to view the vidoes and other things.
Oh well, I hope all of our beloved actors win!
Where the heck is Rupert? In my opinion, he should have been nominated for Best Male Performance instead of Dan. I love Dan, anyone who knows me knows I love him, but I think Rupert deserves that title for his peformance during the Love Potion scene and when he gets poisoned. Plus, Dan’s already nominated for Global Superstar so if they’d put Rupert in Best Male Performance, all three of the trio would be nominated for something without having to compete with each other in any category.