There was only one thing that battled the rampant F-bombs during the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, and that was the stream of new clips from the summer movies hoping to do better than the struggling flicks of May. Starting before the ceremony even began, there were two pre-awards clips from the likes of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and The Last Airbender, each of which offers up new footage. But naturally, the new sparkly vamp clip for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse was saved until Bella, Edward, and Jacob could introduce it themselves on-stage. They tried to play it off as a big mysterious triangle over who Bella will end up with, but is there really anyone still in the dark?

Hit the jump for the three clips, and if they made you curious about the awards themselves, watch The New York Times' rundown of the show via Kristen Stewart's reaction shots.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Bella and her boys came out to introduce a new clip from the upcoming Eclipse. Melissa Rosenberg has decided to mix things up with the Edward -> Bella -> Jacob storyline. When Jake shows up to warn Edward about the Quileute line, he doesn't torment him with visions of a catatonic, New Moon Bella. Instead, she gets peeved at Edward for keeping a Victoria visit from her and decides that it's time to ditch school with her favorite wolf. Gotta give Rosenberg this -- she's given Bella a bit more sass and backbone.

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World
Edgar Wright popped by for a little pre-show action, introducing a clip of Scott Pilgrim battling the suave action star Lucas Lee (Scott Evans). But poor Scott. Instead of just facing Mr. Lee himself, he's got to battle all of the actor's stunt men, and he does a pretty good job while Wallace Wells (Kieran Culkin) offers casually unhelpful commentary. Unfortunately, it stops before Lee makes his dangerous exit down the Casa Loma steps.

The Last Airbender
M. Night Shyamalan wasn't going to be left in the dust since his kid adventure is slated to hit screens on July 2. A new TV spot popped up, where Sokka (Jackson Rathbone of Twilight fame) and Katara (Nicola Peltz) stroll along the ice until it starts glowing. Rather than hitting the road, he decides to smash the ice, which spins into Las Vegas-Luxor-like light and a sea of action clips.