The "Transformers'' have another chunk of metal to add to their collection.
The blockbuster about robots in disguise took home the golden popcorn trophy for best film at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night, and Johnny Depp won two buckets for best comedic performance and best villain.
Accepting the best film award with director Michael Bay, "Transformers'' co-star Megan Fox trotted out some R-rated language to describe how good the film's sequel is going to be.
Bay said the film would begin shooting the following day and take place two years after the first film.
And Rainn Wilson _ who presented best kiss wearing nothing but a teddy bear _ told The Associated Press on the gold carpet that he would play a college professor in Transformers 2.
'' "I just love the idea of me being in giant Michael Bay movie,'' Wilson said.