"Twilight" wins big at this year's MTV Movie Awards
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"Twilight" wins big at this year's MTV Movie Awards

June 6, 2011 10:51 am CDT 

This year's MTV Movie Awards went to the vampires and wolves again. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" was the biggest winner of the night, picking up no less than 5 major trophies.

Among the awards taken home were Best Movie, Best Male Performance for Robert Pattinson, Best Female Performance for Kristen Stewart, as well as Best Kiss for Stewart and Pattinson, and Best Fight for Pattinson, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Xavier Samuel.

Pattinson, Stewart, and Taylor Lautner all hit the stage to officially premiere the trailer for the upcoming "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn," which hits theaters in November and is sure to pick up another slew of awards come next year.

Other winners included Chloe Grace Moretz, who won two awards including Best Breakout Star and Biggest Badass Star for "Kick-Ass," Emma Stone for Best Comedic Performance, and Tom Felton for Best Villain for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1."

Justin Bieber picked up the Best Jaw Dropping Moment award for his 3D concert film "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," while not-so-grown-up "Growns Up" star Alexys Nycole Sanchez scored Best Line From a Movie for her line, "I want to get chocolate wasted."

Reese Witherspoon was honored with the MTV Generation Award, which was presented by Patrick Dempsey, Robert Pattinson, and Chelsea Handler. While accepting, Witherspoon told girls they could be "good" and still cool, and didn't need a reality show or sex tape to make it in Hollywood.

"SNL" star Jason Sudeikis hosted the event, skewering some of the stars in attendance including his pal Justin Timberlake, and even had to stop himself from telling another Arnold Schwarzenneger joke.

Other presenters in attendance included Tyrese Gibson, Mila Kunis, Selena Gomez, Emma Watson, Leighton Meester, Steven Spielberg, and more.

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