At the MTV Movie Awards, the world’s most important and relevant awards ceremony, it will be official: Ben Stiller is old. From People:

Zac Efron, 21, will present the Zoolander star, 43, with MTV’s Generation Award at the upcoming Movie Awards, the network confirms to PEOPLE.

Man, I broke a hip just reading that. There’s something about Zac Efron doing the presenting that really drives the point home (the point being: someone take Ben Stiller to the hospital for him to die). Also, the “Generation Award”? What is that? Why don’t they just call it the “Basically Irrelevant Award,” or the “You Don’t Know Him But Your Parents Think He’s Cool Award.” Dude is 43 years old. YUCK. Get off the stage, Grandpa.

Fuck you, MTV. Ugh, I’d probably have to SEXT that to them for it to have any impact. What world do we live in? I think I took the wrong Sliding Doors. Why is my hair blond?

Previously: Um, Why Do The MTV Movie Awards Still Exist?

Comments (8)
  1. You can’t fight youth culture, Gwynnie.

  2. natasha  |   Posted on May 22nd, 2009 +1


  3. dinkydonuts  |   Posted on May 22nd, 2009 +4

    “Why don’t they just call it the “Basically Irrelevant Award”…”

    so the rest of the mtv movie awards ARE relevant? triple yikes.

  4. I think we’re being unfair to Efron. I bet he’ll want to add a personal touch and will ask that “your old lol” (in his handwriting) will be scrawled on the bottom of this Generation Award underneath Stiller’s name. And when Ben goes to collect it, he’ll say, “This is grammatically incorrect,” and then Zac will just look at him dead in the eye and say, into the microphone, “You’re irrelevant.” But he tried! Zac tried to include him.

  5. They should give Ben Stiller a Generatin’ Another Shitty Movie Award. (zing?)

  6. Efron owns an apartment in Los Angeles, California and has two dogs, Australian shepherds named Dreamer and Puppy. He also has a Siamese cat named Simon. In 2009, Efron was revealed to be connected to the live action rendition of the Japanese anime Full Metal Panic, simply entitled “Panic”. He is also starring in the title role of the live-action adaptation of the Jonny Quest cartoons. Meanwhile, the Toyota Financial has decided to do something very nice for some people. Toyota Financial or Toyota Financial Services (TFS) has offered a rebate for college graduates. If recent college graduates purchase a Toyota, they will get a $1,000 rebate off of sticker for buying. Granted, that’s just a few same day loans worth, but it’s a good deal. Students that have graduated up to two years ago as well as those graduating in six months’ time are eligible. Toyota has market share in the U.S.A, and their vehicles are known for economy and longevity, worth fast cash loans to repair, and now easier for grads to get thank to Toyota Financial.

  7. Schwartzie  |   Posted on May 29th, 2009 -1

    Your comment is accurate, the irony being that you run an up-to-the-minute pop culture
    video website.

  8. Teen gossip site JustJaredJr is reporting that Zac will be one of the many presenters on hand at this year‘s MTV Movie Awards to hand out golden popcorn. And also I read that Lindsay Lohan owes credit card companies $600,000, Someone really needs to consolidate credit card debt. Seriously, the interest rates on those things are abominable. Just use one card, Lindsay. One.

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