AEROSMITH TO To Present JOHNNY DEPP With Generation Award At 'MTV Movie Awards'

According to The Hollywood Reporter, AEROSMITH members Steven Tyler and Joe Perry will present actor Johnny Depp with the Generation Award at this year's MTV Movie Awards.

The actor is being given the accolade as a celebration of his contribution to cinema over the last twenty years, in films such as "Edward Scissorhands", "Charlie And The Chocolate Factory" and "Sleepy Hollow".

The MTV Movie Awards will be hosted by comedian Russell Brand and will air live from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California on Sunday, June 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Depp joined Alice Cooper, Perry and Tyler on stage at the premier after-party for the new Tim Burton film, "Dark Shadows", on May 7 to play THE BEATLES classic "Come Together".

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