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Tom Cruise Back as Les Grossman for the MTV Movie Awards!

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May 28, 2010
Source: MTV

Tom Cruise as Les Grossman

Back in '08, I lost myself in uncontrollable laughter every time Tom Cruise appeared in Tropic Thunder as the insanely angry studio executive Les Grossman. The good news is that Cruise has not only returned as the bald, screaming exec, but also as Joel Goodsen, his career-making role from Risky Business. The bad news is that it's only in the form of a 45-second TV spot promoting the MTV Movie Awards which, if you're into shitty, meaningless awards, will be broadcast live on Sunday, June 6th at 9PM EST. Still, the spot is worth watching if only to see Cruise yelling at himself and making film history in that iconic scene. Watch below!

The MTV Movie Awards are those awful awards with categories like Best Kiss, Best Fight, Best Villain, Best WTF Moment, Biggest Badass Star, Best "Scared-as-S**t" Performance, and of course, the Global Superstar award because why the hell not? Unless you're maybe a kid in high school, who really even cares about these at all?! You can still vote on the official website for whatever you want (it'll probably be all Twilight winning anyway). And if you want, tune into the awards show next week. Or, as Les Grossman might say, "Oh, wait! I got a better idea. Instead of watching the MTV Movie Awards, how about I send you a hobo's dick cheese?"

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  • God I hope they make a sequel so I can see Len Grossman again. He re-ignited Tom Cruise's career for me.
  • And thank you for sharing this Mr. Anderson, I would have never even knew it existed if not for Firstshowings random coverage of what they know people want to see regardless of how integral it is to the film business as a whole.
  • Xerxex
    The MTV Movie Awards aren't that bad Anderton, its the punk edition of The Oscars!
  • blowtorch1919
    Im for anything with Les Grossman in it but I really wish he would have given Robert Pattison a beatdown in the other promo.
  • XXX
    I agree with # 1
  • Levo
    No one really cares about who wins the awards, but the show as a whole is a lot more entertaining than the oscars.
  • John
    Stupid american bs of "mtv.com video can not be viewed outside of the usa for copyright reasons"
  • #3 - The punk edition of the Oscars? Come on... It's the totally BS teen heartthrob it's-all-about-the-ratings, Twilight-will-always-win version of the Oscars... Not even close to "punk!"
  • crying
    LMaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo that was f-ing awesome.... Dance Monkey does anybody know if this is parodied off a real life executive?
  • Forget It
    Hahahaha, punk version of the Oscars. That made me laugh. You have obviously never listened to real punk like Crass, The Addicts, G.B.H., Filth, or The Pist. You must be comparing it to the Avirl Lavigne, Paramoure, Panic! type of "punk" which is just MTV friendly shit. So yeah I guess it is the worthless "MTV punk" alternative to an actual award show.
  • Maxx
    Aha I dont think he meant Punk as in the genre but more along the lines of punk ass kids you wanna beat up because of how lame they are...aha crazy people
  • Felix
    PUNK? lol.
  • Daniel Felts
    I only watch MTVMA If they have a hilarious host. Well I did watch the tribute to Matt Damon Thursday so I guess I do watch useless awards.
  • Xerxex
    Excuse the hell outta me! fuck, @Alex I haven't watched the MTV movie awards since Timberlake and Sean William Scott hosted and that was the last time. Then it went to shit, and I haven't watched since. @Forget it, really? Punk means a lot of things and I don't even listen to punk rock or whatever the hell its called...I'm more of a Post-Rock/Pink Floyd fanboy since that has anything to do with this post...you started it. also who the hell is Paramoure? Lesson I learned? never utter the word punk and oscars in the same sentence, or I'll get blasted by like 4 different people. But I'll specify what I mean; The award show that gives films awards based soley on how much fun they are by fan you don't take film so seriously...I'm a two-faced cinephile, I love serious films that require you to think and feel for the characters, and easily switch to a brain dead action flick. The Oscars are the serious awards, while the MTV movie awards used to be the fun lackadaisical awards, until Jimmy Fallon hosted and ruined it.
  • Rick
    Care to share a link so non-us residents can watch?
  • Jimmy Love
    I just like the mini Movies Like the matrix one and Tankman(even if it did have ND in it, man I hate that kid) oh and the star wars one.
  • Orangutang
    Yes MTV I win. We beat America today, boys, but there'll be another battle tomorrow. And the next day - lives will be lost. They can with hold copyrighted videos but they'll never take away our FREEEEDOM!. P.S Poster not from Scotland. Enjoy non-US residentes. Revolution. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFzyrqSH2q8&feature=watch_response
  • L
    Bubblegum punk version of Oscars is more like it. The only thing you can usually pull out of the awards show is 1 or 2 pretty funny vignettes.
  • casting couch
    Dumbass region-locked Internet videos. America is NOT the center of the known universe.
  • pleasepleaseplease
    Aren't all awards shitty and meaningless?
  • react11
    The inspiration of Les Grossman is based on producer Stuart Cornfeld. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuart_Cornfeld Stuart was the cab driver in the beginning of Old School. He's the guy that says, "I suggest you stop being such a faggot, you're in the backseat" lol
  • Dresden
    Oh.. great. An overrated actor reappearing as an overrated character from an overrated movie in an overrated awards show.
  • ed
    Les Grossman against Ari Gold.... legendary?

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