The MTV Movie Awards aren't just about movies past - they're also about movies future!
And when Ellen Page brought an action-packed clip from the next X-Men flick, it was all about movies future past!
It's like Ellen herself says: "Pretty freakin' awesome!"
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to get a look at the beginning of the end of mutantkind in X-Men: Days Of Future Past!
We all know Conan O'Brien is great at silly physical comedy. But it turns out Ellen Page has some slapstick chops of her own!
The duo got together to shoot the first promo for the upcoming MTV Movie Awards, and it just looks like they're having a ball!
Ch-ch-check out the hilarious hamster hijinks …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Celebrity bestie alert!
Gal pals Ellen Page and Kate Mara tried to keep a low profile as they left a Hollywood hotel last night.
The ladies fled the photogs lining the world famous A-list oasis and giggled as they drove away in their cab!
Now that Ellen is no longer hiding her sexuality, we hope we get to see more of her out and about!
And, of course, we're never upset to see the House Of Cards sweetheart.
Could their rendezvous mean Ellen is in the cards for a guest spot on the hit show??!
We wouldn't mind it!
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We love when there's nothing but love in the air!!
And Julianne Moore is shooting ray beams of love into the world all for her future onscreen lover Ellen Page.
After Ellen made an AH-Mazing speech and publicly came out, Julianne couldn't help but feel all the feels for her co-star in Freeheld, where the ladies will play a same-sex couple.
The redheaded lovely said:
"It was really wonderful. I was very happy for her."
As are we!!
We were so proud of Ellen for taking this big step with the public.
And we are also totally excited to see this movie based on the true story of a police detective who wasn't able to assign pension benefits to her same-sex partner after she was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
We know these ladies will move fans!
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The world was delighted when X-Men starlet Ellen Page came out on Valentine's Day, but she wasn't the franchise's first openly gay cast member! Not even close!
Ian McKellen, a.k.a. present day Magneto, has been openly gay since 1988!
In the X-Men films, Ian's character fights on behalf of an unjustly disenfranchised group of "mutants." Well, that's no coincidence!
As it turns out, when director Bryan Singer approached the legendary actor and begged him to accept the role, he suggested that Ian view the mutants' plight as a metaphor for what the LGBT community endures in real life!
We still haven't stopped applauding Ellen Page for coming out, and now that we have even more reason to praise her, we'll just keep clapping if Juno what we're sayin'!
Michael Cole-Schwartz, the director of communications for the Human Rights Campaign, which organized the Time to THRIVE conference where Ellen publicly announced that she was gay, claimed that idea was all hers: