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Mark Wahlberg Defended Mila Kunis' Honor At The MTV Movie Awards

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Chivalry still lives!

Mark Wahlberg came to Mila Kunis' defense when a rude MTV Movie Awards audience member shouted an obscenity at her.

We're not sure what was said, but the Ted actress was NOT impressed. "Really," she mustered while shooting a nasty glare at the audience member.

Being the purrrfect mix of tough guy and gentleman, Mark stepped in and said, "Excuse me? What did he say?"

Even though Kunis insisted the comment didn't matter, Mark responded with a bleeped out obscenity of his own before saying, "And here I thought I was going to have to slap Russell."

HA! He quickly

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Josh Hutcherson LOVES His New Catching Fire Director

Josh HUtcherson catching fire director

The Hunger Games franchise was in turmoil for a moment when director Gary Ross bailed, but the studio found a subtable replacement and Josh Hutcherson couldn't be happier!

While chatting up sources on the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, the young actor talked up his Catching Fire director, Francis Lawrence.

Hutcherson, who plays Peeta in the blockbuster adaptation, had nothing but compliments by saying:

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The MTV Movie Awards Add An 'Academy' Of Industry Voters

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MTV Movie Awards changes voting process

The MTV Movie Awards are getting a MAJOR makeover this year! Not only are producers dropping categories and adding new ones, they have implemented a new voting system with an "academy" of Hollywood professionals.

Similar to the Oscars, awards will now be handed out based on performance and not popularity. Does that mean all of the big blockbusters like Twilight won't win anything?

Eh, probably not. The fans still have a big say and big blockbusters like Twilight have seriously devoted fans (like us. LOLz!).

Still, MTV president Stephen Friedman said the purpose of the change is to "make sure some of the unexpected, smaller, quirkier films have a chance."

So what we're hearing is…Drive has a chance!

In case you're wondering, fan voting begins May 1 right here. Take a peek at the five new categories you'll be voting for and the five that got cut … AFTER THE JUMP!

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