Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson Win Best WTF Moment At Movie Awards

I wanted it to be Anna Camp, but oh well!

Samuel L. Jackson and Jamie Foxx, who is getting the MTV Generation Award tonight, just took home the Best WTF Moment for a scene they did in the highly-acclaimed Django Unchained. 

I'm sorry to say I haven't seen the flick, which is now on DVD, but here is what MTV had to say about their role in it:

"The D may be silent, but we wouldn't be surprised if it stood for "deadly." In the closing moments of Quentin Tarantino's blood-bathed Western, former slave Django (Jamie Foxx) gets his ultimate revenge, blowing up Calvin Candie's (Leonardo DiCaprio) estate in spectacular fashion, with servant Stephen (Samuel L. Jackson) tucked not-so-safely inside."

Oy! Now I feel like the entire movie has been ruined for me! Still worth checking out, right? I mean, the cast is incredible, and these guys are so awesome onscreen. I'm just sad Anna Camp's vomit scene didn't make the cut. How amazing was that? Will Pitch Perfect get some more love later this evening? If not, I'm going to be a very unhappy camper, pun intended. You're welcome!

Are you looking forward to Foxx's speech later for the Generation Award? I know I am. 

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Laura Donovan

Laura is a former PolicyMic publishing editor and aims to expand coverage on school bullying and youth aggression. She is a former associate editor of women's news site The Jane Dough and Mediaite. She has also worked for The Daily Caller.

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