2010 MTV MOVIE AWARDS NOMINEES AND WINNERS
The 2010 MTV Movie Awards has just been concluded and all the Golden Popcorn statuette were already distributed to all winners. The Twilight movie and actors received a total of five awards including Best Movie, Best Male Performance, Best Female Performance, Best Kiss and Global Superstar. Sandra Bullock made quite a buzz with her kissing scene with Scarlett Johansson. Here is the complete MTV Movie Awards 2010 winners list: Best Movie » “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” The Twilight Saga: New Moon Directed by Chris Weitz This blockbuster follow-up to an established phenomenon delivers the same romantic and thrilling punch as the first - and then some. Alice In Wonderland Directed by Tim Burton Tim Burton's reinterpretation of a classic into a new age dream world is a riveting, eye-catching, whimsical ride for the modern masses. Avatar Directed by James Cameron A paraplegic war veteran must decide between what is right and what the world wants of him in this futuristic voyeur into the planet of Pandora. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Directed by David Yates The sixth installment of the Harry Potter franchise is a magical and thrilling chapter in a story we know and love. The Hangover Directed by Todd Phillips A boys' bachelor party weekend goes terribly wrong and terribly awesome in side-splittingly funny ways. Best Male Performance » Robert Pattinson in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” Robert Pattinson The Twilight Saga: New Moon Directed by Chris Weitz Robert Pattinson plays the impossibly romantic and seemingly perfect Edward Cullen. He makes vampires sexy and is the reason boyfriends everywhere will never measure up. Channing Tatum Dear John Directed by Lasse Hallström Channing Tatum took the ultimate test of love in 'Dear John,' as a soldier who unexpectedly finds true love right before going back to active duty. Daniel Radcliffe Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Directed by David Yates Daniel Radcliffe is back as Harry Potter and this new chapter is just as riveting as the one before it. Taylor Lautner The Twilight Saga: New Moon Directed by Chris Weitz Taylor Lautner proves in New Moon that 'Team Jacob' is a club worth joining. Zac Efron 17 Again Directed by Burr Steers Zac Efron combines charisma, charm, and youthful exuberance to play a wayward man who suddenly wakes up as a 17-year-old. Best Female Performance » Kristen Stewart in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” Kristen Stewart The Twilight Saga: New Moon Directed by Chris Weitz Kristen Stewart portrays the vampire lovesick teen better than ever in this heart wrenching chapter of the Twilight series sequel. Amanda Seyfried Dear John Directed by Lasse Hallström It took two weeks for Amanda Seyfried's character to fall in love. It took audiences two minutes. Emma Watson Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Directed by David Yates Watching Emma Watson in this sixth installment is hardly anything new but her performance is just as exciting as the first time. Sandra Bullock The Blind Side Directed by John Lee Hancock Sandra Bullock shines as a real-life mom who sees no limits, colors, or class divide when it comes to family and love. Zoe Saldana Avatar Directed by James Cameron Zoe Saldana is a fierce and loyal leading lady as Neytiri, a woman who stands behind her people, her planet, and her new man. Breakthrough Performance » Anna Kendrick in “Up in the Air” Anna Kendrick Up in the Air Directed by Jason Reitman Anna Kendrick manages to sparkle, even standing next to George Clooney, when she plays an overachieving young professional in 'Up in the Air.' Chris Pine Star Trek Directed by J.J. Abrams 'Star Trek' isn't exactly new, but Chris Pine's reinvention of the character Captain James T. Kirk feels entirely original. Gabourey Sidibe Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire Directed by Lee Daniels Gabourey Sidibe might be new to Hollywood, but her heartfelt portrayal of Precious confirms she's here to stay. Logan Lerman Percy Jackson And The Olympians: The Lightning Thief Directed by Chris Columbus Newcomer Logan Lerman plays the son of the Greek god Poseidon and earns his place as an action star in the works. Quinton Aaron The Blind Side Directed by John Lee Hancock Quinton Aaron moved and inspired audiences as 'Big Mike,' a displaced teen with a heart far bigger than his large frame. Zach Galifianakis The Hangover Directed by Todd Phillips Maybe it's his beard, or the tiger in the bathroom, or that he can't wear pants in a crisis - either way, Zach Galifianakis steals every scene. Best Villain » Tom Felton in “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” Tom Felton Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Directed by David Yates Daniel Radcliffe's wicked wizard rival, Tom Felton, really knows how to put the dark side into black magic. Christoph Waltz Inglourious Basterds Directed by Quentin Tarantino All Nazis are villains, but Christoph Waltz manages to cement that notion completely with his character, the depraved Colonel Hans Landa. Helena Bonham Carter Alice In Wonderland Directed by Tim Burton Helena Bonham Carter may play the Red Queen of Hearts, but there's nothing heartwarming about her affinity for death by decapitation. Ken Jeong The Hangover Directed by Todd Phillips Ken Jeong takes a villainous turn as a vengeful mob boss whose casino winnings go missing. Stephen Lang Avatar Directed by James Cameron This army colonel believes in brutal "strength through firepower" and will achieve it any cost to the Na'vi race. Best Comedic Performance » Zach Galifianakis in “The Hangover” BesZach Galifianakis The Hangover Directed by Todd Phillips If there's one thing audiences took away from 'The Hangover,' it was the discovery of Zach Galifianakis as a comedic gem whose deadpan, monotone humor really delivered the laughs. Ben Stiller Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Directed by Shawn Levy Ben Stiller makes a hilarious return as a Smithsonian night guard who must contend with real, historic creatures of the night. Bradley Cooper The Hangover Directed by Todd Phillips Bradley Cooper proves that he can offer equal parts eye candy and spot on comedic timing. Ryan Reynolds The Proposal Directed by Anne Fletcher Ryan Reynolds is the ultimate overachiever for his boss when she blackmails him into marriage to avoid her deportation. Sandra Bullock The Proposal Directed by Anne Fletcher Sandra Bullock breaks type as a hard, uptight, workaholic boss from hell who goes out of her comfort zone when she must fake an engagement to Ryan Reynolds.t Comedic Performance Best Kiss » Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson The Twilight Saga: New Moon Directed by Chris Weitz Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson share a passionate kiss before averting disaster in Italy. Star crossed love plus near death experiences? Swoon! Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning The Runaways Directed by Floria Sigismondi Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning are making art imitate life (and making out) when they play real life band mates Joan Jett and Cherie Currie. Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds The Proposal Directed by Anne Fletcher Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds may start out as a sham couple in 'The Proposal,' but there's nothing fake about their kissing chemistry! Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner Valentine's Day Directed by Garry Marshall Taylor squared brought in 'Valentine's Day' with a sultry smooch that was a real news-making scene. Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington Avatar Directed by James Cameron It's an out-of-this-world kiss when Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington make each other their mates with a heated lip Best Fight » Beyoncé Knowles vs. Ali Larter in “Obsessed” Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson The Twilight Saga: New Moon Directed by Chris Weitz Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson share a passionate kiss before averting disaster in Italy. Star crossed love plus near death experiences? Swoon! Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning The Runaways Directed by Floria Sigismondi Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning are making art imitate life (and making out) when they play real life band mates Joan Jett and Cherie Currie. Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds The Proposal Directed by Anne Fletcher Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds may start out as a sham couple in 'The Proposal,' but there's nothing fake about their kissing chemistry! Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner Valentine's Day Directed by Garry Marshall Taylor squared brought in 'Valentine's Day' with a sultry smooch that was a real news-making scene. Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington Avatar Directed by James Cameron It's an out-of-this-world kiss when Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington make each other their mates with a heated lip Best WTF Moment » Ken Jeong in “The Hangover” Ken Jeong The Hangover Directed by Todd Phillips Peek-a-BOOty! Ken Jeong pops out of a trunk naked right into Bradley Cooper's face. Betty White The Proposal Directed by Anne Fletcher A 'Golden Girl' feels up Sandra Bullock during an awkward wedding dress fitting. Bill Murray Zombieland Directed by Ruben Fleischer The original Ghostbuster, Bill Murray, popped up in 'Zombieland' in a surprise cameo playing himself. Isabel Lucas Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen Directed by Michael Bay Isabel Lucas is one smoking hot girl but there's nothing sexy about her robot tongue hookup with Shia LaBeouf. Megan Fox Jennifer's Body Directed by Karyn Kusama There's nothing hot about projectile vomit. Even if said vomit comes from the lips of Megan Fox. Best Scared-As-Sh– Performance » Amanda Seyfried in “Jennifer’s Body” Amanda Seyfried Jennifer's Body Directed by Karyn Kusama If your best friend started eating your friends for dinner chances are high that you'd be more than freaked out too. Alison Lohman Drag Me to Hell Directed by Sam Raimi The title of this movie doesn't lie; Alison Lohman is actually dragged into hell. That's scary sh*t. Jesse Eisenberg Zombieland Directed by Ruben Fleischer It's plain and simple fear keeping Jessie Eisenberg's character Columbus, a teen trying desperately not to be eaten by Zombies, alive and kicking. Katie Featherston Paranormal Activity Directed by Oren Peli There's nothing scarier than nightmares. Unless those nightmares come to life and drag you out of bed when you're asleep. Sharlto Copley District 9 Directed by Neill Blomkamp Sharlto Copley is scared sh*tless, and rightfully so, when an alien douses him with a fluid that turns his arm into an alien claw. Biggest Badass Star » Rain Rain He's a 'Ninja Assassin' who overcomes childhood adversity to become a worldwide cultural phenomenon. He's also a triple threat - actor, dancer, and singer with a devoted following. And he goes by one name; isn't that the very definition of a serious badass? Angelina Jolie Pretty much everything about Angelina Jolie is badass. She plays action heroes, heartbroken and devastated women, not to mention an assassin who kills all of her adversaries, and herself, with a single curved bullet in 'Wanted.' Angelina is a force to be reckoned with. Channing Tatum Channing Tatum knows how to play a kick ass soldier. He plays a stop-lossed one in 'Stop Loss,' he writes to Amanda Seyfried from behind battle lines in 'Dear John,' and plays a member of G.I. Joe - the biggest, boldest, war heroes ever, this year, bringing life to an action figure. Chris Pine With a confident demeanor and strong swagger, Chris Pine transforms Captain Kirk from a controversial cadet into the unorthodox captain commandeering Starship Enterprise, who holds the responsibility of maintaining intergalactic peace. Captain Kirk may have one bad ass rep, but as an actor, Pine just kicks ass. Sam Worthington Sam Worthington plays the legendary son of the Greek god Zeus in 'Clash of the Titans' and a paraplegic soldier who becomes an ass kicking hunter in 'Avatar.' He commands lead roles in two of the biggest blockbusters that have changed the way we watch the big screen. He's a fresh faced, exciting new star, and a big badass to boot. Global Superstar » Robert Pattinson Robert Pattinson Do you hear that sound? Its ladies worldwide swooning for Robert Pattinson, who even makes bloodsucking creatures of the night sexy. He helped create 'Twilight' into a cultural phenomenon but also shows mega watt range with mortal characters like those in 'Remember Me' and 'Harry Potter.' Daniel Radcliffe The 'Harry Potter' franchise will no doubt be a timeless icon in pop culture even long after the last book and movie are made. And it's thanks in part to one Daniel Radcliffe who put a real life face to a young wizard prodigy and became a worldwide superstar in the process. Johnny Depp Is there any role where Johnny Depp isn't amazing? This versatile and uber-talented actor wows audiences decade after decade in a career that knows no bounds. Whether he's a mad hatter, bank robber, pirate, or a man with scissors for hands, he's proven himself as a bona fide superstar. Kristen Stewart She's rocked out as real life rock star Joan Jett, pined for her one true love in the Twilight series, and given an edge to 'girls next door' everywhere. Kristen Stewart continues to showcase her raw talent and true star power. Taylor Lautner He's young, talented, and have you seen his abs? Taylor Lautner might have started out as a Hollywood newcomer but he's now a household name as the third piece of the Twilight love triangle and he truly stands out from the (wolf) pack.