Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson And Kevin Hart To Host MTV Movie Awards
And you get to tell him what to do.
If you've wanted the chance to make both Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Kevin Hart do something crazy on camera, here's your chance. The two stars are the hosts for the MTV Movie Awards, and in celebration of the new gig, the two are thinking a little out of the box and are asking for the audience's help.
Both hosts have had a great year at the box office, with a number of high paying hits. The Rock made it big after his San Andreas release late last year and Hart also had some success on screen with Ride Along 2.
The MTV Movie Awards will kick off on the network on April 10, but before then, the two will host a livestream of their promo shoot for the awards show. During the livestream, which will reach across all social media platforms including Facebook Live, YouTube, and Periscope, Johnson and Hart will take direction from fan tweets and comments. The idea is the fans will "write and direct" this year's promo video. MTV will take the footage from the livestream and cut it for various promo videos shared across digital platforms and television monitors.
Fans can tune into the livestream and tweet their instructions on Feb. 20 at 2 p.m. So if you've ever wanted to make Kevin Hart and The Rock re-enact Drake's "Hotline Bling," your chance is right around the corner.