The 2015 MTV Movie Awards Promos Are Star-Studded, Hilarious, And Will Get You Hyped For The Show — VIDEOS

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 26: Comedian Amy Schumer performs on stage at 'Comedy Central's Stars Under the Stars' at Central Park SummerStage on June 26, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Comedy Central)
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I love award shows, but even I know that they can be hit or miss. The Oscars may be the biggest night in Hollywood but who really cares if it's just three hours of tepid clapping and dull acceptance speeches? That's why I'm so optimistic about the 2015 MTV Movie Awards — sure, they may not honor the best filmmaking efforts of the year or even the most talented performers, but damn it, they're super fun! Amy Schumer is hosting the MTV Movie Awards this year, which is means we're in for a ridiculously good time as we watch Mockingjay, Part 2 and The Fault In Our Stars sweep up all of the awards

Schumer is an awesome choice for host — she's proven that she's the new reigning queen of sketch comedy on Inside Amy Schumer and is on her way to major movie star status with the upcoming Judd Apatow flick Train Wreck. But just in case Schumer's name alone doesn't have you psyched, the star-studded promos for the show should. In these new promos Schumer confronts some of our favorite celebrities to let them know just how far she's willing to go to guarantee the success of the MTV Movie Awards, and it's not exactly pretty — even if it is pretty funny. Check out the promos below. 

In which Amy Schumer trades sexual favors with Anthony Mackie 


Because what's friendship if you can't help get someone an MTV Movie Award? 

In which Amy Schumer tries to befriend Anna Kendrick


"Are you related to Kendrick Lamar?" 

In which Amy Schumer and Bill Hader harass movie goers


Because maybe, just maybe, winning really is everything. 

In which Ansel Elgort doesn't know what he's getting himself into


Be careful what you wish for, Ansel.

The MTV Movie Awards airs on Sunday, April 12. 

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