Emma Stone is the recipient of the 2012 MTV Movie Awards Trailblazer Award. Which got us thinking - we wonder what Emma will look like in 35 years, once the trail has been blazed, and the trail, in turn, blazes her. So, we did some research. And the results (see: above) got us wondering the same thing about the rest of the young Movie Awards nominees. So, we did some more research. Observe:
NOMINATED FOR: Best Male Performance for his heart-wrenching role in 50/50.
IN 35 YEARS: Still just the sweetest looking guy in the game.
NOMINATED FOR: Best Female Performance for her role as Hermione, obviously.
IN 35 YEARS: Wiser and weathered, but remaining bright-eyed. Still dressed as Hermione, obviously.
NOMINATED FOR: Something, something, Harry Potter, something.
IN 35 YEARS: Really, really scary.
NOMINATED FOR: Breakthrough Performance for her role alongside George Clooney in The Descendants.
IN 35 YEARS: Still smiling, because she got to be relatively close to George Clooney for an extended period of time, way back when.
NOMINATED FOR: Best Comedic Performance for pretending to be a high-schooler in 21 Jump St.
IN 35 YEARS: YOU GUYS, JONAH HILL WILL NOT AGE (THAT MUCH)!
NOMINATED FOR: One half of Best Kiss in
Crazy, Stupid, Love THE VOW. Ryan Gosling Channing Tatum is nominated for the other half.
IN 35 YEARS: Still irritatingly beautiful and perfect. Whatever.
NOMINATED FOR: Best Male Performance in the lovey-dovey-romcom The Vow.
IN 35 YEARS: Sporting Snooki-style bronzer. Except not on his ears. No bronzer on the ears.
NOMINATED FOR: Breakthrough Performance in Spielberg’s super duper Super 8.
IN 35 YEARS: “At least I’m still younger than Dakota.”
NOMINATED FOR: One third of Best Fight in The Hunger Games. Jennifer Lawrence and Alexander Ludwig are nominated for the other two thirds.
IN 35 YEARS: Promoting the 26th installment of the never-ending Hunger Games series. #spoileralert
NOMINATED FOR: Best Female Performance in The Hunger Games. (Also the fight award).
IN 35 YEARS: Wishing she had spent more time loving; less time fighting.
NOMINATED FOR: Breakthrough Performance for his role as Jennifer Lawrence’s BFF in, again, The Hunger Games.
IN 35 YEARS: Saggy cheeks. Sad eyes. But pretty eyes.
NOMINATED FOR: Best Female Performance for her role as the most badass b*tch in the game in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
IN 35 YEARS: Still the most badass b*tch in the game.
NOMINATED FOR: Best Comedic Performance for his party-hard role in Project X.
IN 35 YEARS: Probably regretting all that partying. It’s really done a number on his face.
NOMINATED FOR: Best Male Performance for his role as super-intense, deep-gazing, dramatic-head-turning stuntman in Drive.
IN 35 YEARS: No longer allowed to drive; still an internet meme.
The 2012 MTV Movie Awards air Sunday at 9 ET / 6 PT on MTV.
Tune in to see your favourite stars while they’re still young.