Hollywood superhero Chadwick Boseman, who died of colon cancer in August this year at the age of 43, was posthumously awarded the "Hero of Ages" award. Chadwick Boseman won the highest award at the prestigious MTV Movies and TV Awards.
According to the showbiz website Entertainment Online, Corona's famous award ceremony was held online, which was also shown on various social media platforms, including MTV. The biggest award at the 90-minute awards ceremony, the "Hero of the Age" award, was given to the late Chadwick Boseman, and he was also paid tribute by Robert Dyne Jr. and Don Chadell.
Chadwick Boseman was awarded the award four months after his death, starring in a number of successful films, including Black Panther, and recently released his latest film, Marini: Black Bottom. For the first time in 28 years, a new award, 'Shiro', was given at the MTV Awards and her first award went to the Israeli-American actress Gal Gadot.
"To be part of Wonder Woman's legacy is truly, truly, truly special." - @GalGadot#MTVAwards: Greatest of All Time honored her with the first ever She-Ro award ⚡️👑⚔️ @WonderWomanFilm pic.twitter.com/lxtSfPtld8— Movie & TV Awards (@MTVAwards) December 7, 2020
The MTV Awards have been given in various categories of film and TV since 1992, but for the first time, the award also introduced the 'Shiro' award, which was given to Gal Gadot, who played the role of a female superhero. Similarly, awards were also given in other fields at the awards ceremony, and awards were given in a total of 10 categories.
At the ceremony, the Dance of the Award was given to Kevin Bacon, the Comedy Giant Award to Kevin Hurt, the Dynamic Dave Award to Adam Sandler and Drew Barry Moore. The 'Greatest All-Time Honor Award' went to the Scream Queen Web Series, while the 'Heart-Breaking Award' went to Jason Siegel and Christine Bell. The Zero to Hero Award went to William Zabka, while the Kiss Lip Lock Award went to Sarah Michelle Geller and Selma Blair.