Pic's Heder, thesps Hoffman and Stiller laught it up
The 2005 MTV Movie Awards was “flippin’ sweet!” for “Napoleon Dynamite” and topliner Jon Heder.
Pic nabbed three golden popcorn tubs, and Heder got to roleplay.
Event kicked off Saturday with host Jimmy Fallon in a “Batman” parody, revealing Heder as the caped crusader.
Other highlights included Dustin Hoffman grabbing his crotch like Eminem and Ben Stiller doing a parody of politically minded acceptance speeches, warning of “the enemy among us … cholesterol.”
Katie Holmes presented the first lifetime achievement award to boyfriend Tom Cruise, amidst the catcalls and cries of “Kiss her!” from the rowdy balcony audience.
Also accepting multiple awards was “Mean Girls” and “The Notebook” thesp Rachel McAdams, who won breakthrough perf and the best smooch prize, latter shared with “Notebook” love interest Ryan Gosling. McAdams won again for on-screen team, with fellow “Mean Girl” Lindsay Lohan (who beat Oscar winner Hilary Swank and Oscar nominee Uma Thurman for female performance — it’s MTV, so that makes perfect sense).
Heder, meanwhile, who also nabbed a breakthrough nod — and whose pic took the movie nod — swept the musical performance category. He accepted by thanking Michael Jackson, John Travolta and Justin Timberlake for “inspiration.”
“Napoleon Dynamite” (Fox Searchlight)
Leonardo DiCaprio – “The Aviator” (Miramax Films)
Lindsay Lohan – “Mean Girls” (Paramount Pictures)
Dustin Hoffman – “Meet the Fockers” (Universal Pictures)
Lindsay Lohan/Rachel McAdams/Lacey Chabert/Amanda Seyfried – “Mean Girls” (Paramount Pictures)
Ben Stiller – “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” (20th Century Fox)
Jon Heder – “Napoleon Dynamite” (Fox Searchlight)
Rachel McAdams – “Mean Girls” (Paramount Pictures)
Rachel McAdams & Ryan Gosling – “The Notebook” (New Line Cinema)
Destruction of Los Angeles – “The Day After Tomorrow” (20th Century Fox)
Daryl Hannah vs. Uma Thurman – “Kill Bill Vol. 2” (Miramax Films)
Jon Heder – “Napoleon Dynamite” (Fox Searchlight) – “Election Dance”
Dakota Fanning – “Hide and Seek” (20th Century Fox)
VIDEO GAME BASED ON A MOVIE
“Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay” (Vivendi Universal Games)