‘2010 MTV Movie Awards’ Winners!

Take a look at the films and actors who took home the golden popcorn awards.
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‘2010 MTV Movie Awards’ Winners!

http://movieweb.com/tv/mtv-movie-awards/season-18/2010 MTV Movie Awards Winners! The 2010 MTV Movie Awards were held tonight at the Gibson Amplitheater in Los Angeles and if you didn't tune into the show, or just want to keep track of all the big winners, we have all the winners right here. The Twilight Saga: New Moon dominated the night taking home Best Movie and stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson took home the awards for Best Female Performance and Best Male Performance as well. You can take a look at all of the winners and nominees below.

The Winners for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards are:

BEST MOVIE

  • The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Director: Chris Weitz, Producers: Wyck Godfrey and Karen Rosenfelt (Summit Entertainment)

    Alice in Wonderland, Director: Tim Burton, Producers: Suzanne Todd, Jennifer Todd, Joe Roth and Richard D. Zanuck (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

    Avatar, Director: James Cameron, Producers: James Cameron and Jon Landau(Twentieth Century Fox)

    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Director: David Yates, Producers: David Heyman and David Barron (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    The Hangover, Director: Todd Phillips, Producers: Todd Phillips and Daniel Goldberg (Warner Bros. Pictures)

BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE

  • Amanda Seyfried - Dear John (Screen Gems/Sony Pictures)

    Emma Watson - Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Sandra Bullock - The Blind Side (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Zoe Saldana - Avatar (Twentieth Century Fox)

BEST MALE PERFORMANCE

BEST BREAKOUT STAR

  • Anna Kendrick - Up in the Air (Paramount Pictures)

    Chris Pine - Star Trek (Paramount Pictures)

    Gabourey Sidibe - Precious (Lionsgate)

    Logan Lerman - Percy Jackson & the Olympians: Lightning Thief (Twentieth Century Fox)

    Quinton Aaron - The Blind Side (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Zach Galifianakis - The Hangover (Warner Bros. Pictures)

BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE

  • Zach Galifianakis - The Hangover (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Ben Stiller - Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Twentieth Century Fox)

    Bradley Cooper - The Hangover (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Ryan Reynolds - The Proposal (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

    Sandra Bullock - The Proposal (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

BEST VILLAIN

  • Tom Felton - Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Christoph Waltz - Inglourious Basterds (The Weinstein Company)

    Helena Bonham Carter - Alice in Wonderland (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

    Ken Jeong - The Hangover (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Stephen Lang - Avatar (Twentieth Century Fox)

BEST FIGHT

  • Beyoncé Knowles vs. Ali Larter - Obsessed (Screen Gems/Sony Pictures)

    Hugh Jackman and Liev Schreiber vs. Ryan Reynolds - X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Twentieth Century Fox)

    Logan Lerman vs. Jake Abel - Percy Jackson & the Olympians: Lightning Thief (Twentieth Century Fox)

    Robert Downey Jr. vs. Mark Strong - Sherlock Holmes (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Sam Worthington vs. Stephen Lang - Avatar (Twentieth Century Fox)

BEST KISS

  • Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning - The Runaways (Apparition)

    Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds - The Proposal (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

    Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner - Valentine's Day (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington - Avatar (Twentieth Century Fox)

BEST WTF MOMENT

  • Ken Jeong - The Hangover, Naked Trunk Surprise (Warner Bros. Pictures)

    Betty White - The Proposal, Cops a Feel (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

    Bill Murray - Zombieland, Bill Murray?! A Zombie?! (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures)

    Isabel Lucas - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Unexpected Transformation (Paramount Pictures)

    Megan Fox - Jennifer's Body, Vomits a Mysterious Black Ooze (Twentieth Century Fox)

GLOBAL SUPERSTAR (New Category)

BEST SCARED-AS-SH**T PERFORMANCE (New Category)

  • Amanda Seyfried - Jennifer's Body (Twentieth Century Fox)

    Alison Lohman - Drag Me to Hell (Universal Pictures)

    Jesse Eisenberg - Zombieland (Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures)

    Katie Featherston - Paranormal Activity (Paramount Pictures)

    Sharlto Copley - District 9 (TriStar Pictures/Sony Pictures)

BIGGEST BADASS STAR (New Category)

  • Rain

    Angelina Jolie

    Channing Tatum

    Sam Worthington

    Chris Pine

MTV GENERATION AWARD

  • Sandra Bullock

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  • avian005 • 5 years ago

    I don't really care about the awards anymore. Twilight owned the night once more...

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    • 07cabrala • 5 years ago

      They should have called it Some ole Bulls**t! Award..

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      • lostone01 • 5 years ago

        lets not forget the voting on this "award" show is done 90% by teen girls so of course Twighcrap is going to win if the movie was called "twilight truly is a piece of crap" it would still win... nuff said

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        • bjorn533 • 5 years ago

          Twilight once again, lol............I cant believe it, why oh why!!!

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          • bane5000 • 5 years ago

            who wants to pitch in for lottery tickets so we can buy mtv and get rid of all this crap and go back to playing music videos 24/7 lol:D

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            • bd • 5 years ago

              again.. twilight takes all:)) next year .. guess what?

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              • maladude • 5 years ago

                just f*ckin plain stupid america is filled with idiots

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                • wichitagalzl • 5 years ago

                  I was so dissapointed at the awards shows this year. Amanda Seyfried in Jennifer's Body over Katie Featherston from Paranormal Activity? Wow, what an upset. I really enjoyed Featherston in PA and was rooting for her to win. And Felton over Christopher Waltz? Another suprising upset. Too bad it was New Moon bringing in all the awards again this year. I hope that someday the voters of this awards show will realize the error of their ways. I am a young adult as well (well, 19 actaully), but being the movie buff I am, I understand and I understand good filmmaking, and New Moon seems to be less than spectacular. I think this franchise is only to appeal to the readers of the books.

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                  • gaj1992 • 5 years ago

                    OmG they only picked those becuz they ARE FAMOUS!

                    WOW this is unbelievably horrendous..

                    it usually is bad but now its SUPER-BAD! the only one i truly believe was won fair is the best villain for tom felton cause he absolutely rocked A good "drako" in harry potter.. he made the sixth movie so much better.. believe it or not they all did make it so much better by acting so much better in the movies.

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                    • bane5000 • 5 years ago

                      i miss mtv...i mean the reaL MTV...

                      music videos for hours on end with no commercials and can make requests, im not talking bout lame ass TRL either....

                      now its teen pregnancies, girls who date jackasses, brain dead " reality " shows...

                      if i had the money id buy mtv cancel all the shows and take it back to its roots, but id only show music videos from the 80's and 90's cuz thats when music was actualy good...8-]

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                      • h0tproperty • 5 years ago

                        wow, it's like the special olympics of film awards. THE RETARDED FILMS WIN!

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                        • insertusernamehere • 5 years ago

                          It's MTV...it doesn't even count.

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                          • slysnide • 5 years ago

                            Best point to the hilarity of all this is Tom Felton winning over Christoph Waltz. Biggest wtf outcome, with Depp losing in close second, and Bullock for the generation award. That was the weirdest one, given that she hasn't really done too many amazing flicks these past 5-7 years. At least nothing as memorable as her early roles.

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                            • moviedude21 • 5 years ago

                              If this dosen't have Twilight written all over the MTV awards. Why did they even nominate the others.

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                              • emmytt • 5 years ago

                                good that new moon won must of this stuff too bad nobody can see its a great movie

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                                • cmrboi • 5 years ago

                                  haha i love all the comments so far lmao!! im glad to see were all together on this topic

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                                  • narrator • 5 years ago

                                    Lol. It was expected. I never get upset over the MTV awards anymore. I mean after being on this site for nearly 4 years, and knowing the results of the MTV awards for 10, I am used to the bullsh*t nominees and winners.

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                                    • gothamknight • 5 years ago

                                      didnt expect any better from mtv...like really though, twilight sucks c*ck

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                                      • slysnide • 5 years ago

                                        HOLY F*CK!!! The dumbf*cks of America have spoken with these results. May they all NEVER get into the business.

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                                        • mosorwvlad • 5 years ago

                                          Why Darth Vader had to die ? why ?

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