The winners of Spike TV’s 7th annual Video Game Awards have been announced. Naughty Dog’s Uncharted 2: Among Thieves scored many of the evenings top prizes, including Game of the Year, Best Graphics, and Best Playstation 3 Game. The horror genre, unfortunately, didn’t fare too well this year, with just Valve’s Left 4 Dead 2 winning an award for Best XBox 360 Game.
Jack Black Gets Brutal!
Sci-fi and fantasy ruled, however, in the voice categories. Sex kitten Megan Fox commanded Best Performance by a Human Female for her contribution to the Luxoflux game Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Huge Jackman and the cast of Activision’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine won Best Performance by a Human Male and Best Cast, respectively. And, funny-man Jack Black took home the Best Voice award for his turn as Eddie Riggs in Electronic Arts’ heavy-metal fantasy game Brutal Legend.
Snoop Dogg and white beyotch!
Show highlights included sneak peek trailers for Halo: Reach and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2, performances by Snoop Dog and The Bravery, and a look at a Tron: Legacy light-cycle and its sexy rider Olivia Wilde. Other celebs at the event: Jake Gyllenhaal (Prince of Persia), Zachary Quinto (Star Trek), Samuel Jackson (Snakes on a Plane), Tricia Helfer (Them), Mike Tyson, Tony Hawk, Zach Braff (”Scrubs”), and many more.
Playboy cover model America Olivo and Bitch Slap costars Julia Voth and Erin Cummings jiggle their way through a new promotional trailer for director Rick Jacobson’s ode to T&A cinema. Inspired by late night Girls Gone Wild commercials, the spot finds the top-heavy babes engaging in a bikini car wash, pillow fight, and sensual girl-on-girl massage.
Take a peek:
Bitch Slap costars Lucy Lawless (”Xena: Warrior Princess”), Renee O’ Conner (Boogeyman 2), Minae Noji (Earth and Beyond), Debbie Lee Carrington (Scary Movie 3), and Quentin Tarantino stunt babe Zoe Bell (Kill Bill, Death Proof). To see more eye-popping photos and a trailer, go here.
Bitch Slap struts into theaters for a limited release on Jan. 8, 2010. America Olivo can be seen in the June 2009 issue of Playboy.
Eighteen-year-old actor Tyler Posey is set to play the lead in MTV’s upcoming cable serial Teen Wolf. Based on the 1985 werewolf-comedy of the same name, the series will revolve around Scott McCall, a high-school outcast who gains powers and popularity after being bitten by a wolf. Costars include Crystal Reed as the love interest, Dylan O’Brien as the best friend, and Tyler Hoechlin as the series’ villain.
MTV describes the new Teen Wolf as a dramatic thriller with comedic and romantic plot lines. “Criminal Minds” creator Jeff Davis is attached to write the pilot episode and will serve as executive producer along with “Prison Break’s” Marty Adelstein and “Medium’s” Rene Echevarria.
Michael J. Fox Drinks Tyler's Milk Shake.
The original Teen Wolf starred Emmy award-winning actor Michael J. Fox. The film grossed an impressive $33 million upon its release in ‘85 and remains a cult classic today. Teen Wolf Too, starring Jason Bateman, didn’t fare as well, raking in only a little over $7 million in 1987.
On a personal note, I just don’t see how they can top this: