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Nominees List of 2010 MTV Movie Awards

May 13, 2010 (1:38 am) GMT
'The Hangover' is the leader of the nominees with six nods, followed by 'The Twilight Saga's New Moon' and 'Avatar' with five each.

The 2010 MTV Movie Awards is surprisingly dominated by "" and not Oscar winner "" or fan favorite "". The comedy starring , and is given six nods while "Avatar" and "New Moon" stop at five.

"Hangover" receives the nominations in Best WTF Moment for 's nude scene, Best Comedic Performance for both Cooper and Galifianakis, and the coveted Best Movie among two others. In fact, "Hangover" will have to compete with "New Moon" and "Avatar" in the Best Movie category along with "" and "".

One of the new categories added this year is called Global Superstar, and the "Twilight" gang is dominating the nominees list. , and will battle and to win the new trophy.

Under the Breakout Star category, there are the likes of , and Galifianakis. Best Kiss is nominating and in "", Lautner and in "", Stewart and in "", as well as and in "Avatar".

Fans are welcomed to vote for the winners at MTV.com. The 2010 MTV Movie Awards airs Sunday, June 6 at 9/8c on MTV with as host.

BEST MOVIE (voting stays live throughout the event)



BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE

BEST MALE PERFORMANCE

BEST BREAKOUT STAR

BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE

BEST VILLAIN

BEST FIGHT

BEST KISS

BEST WTF MOMENT

GLOBAL SUPERSTAR

BEST SCARED-AS-SH**T PERFORMANCE

BIGGEST BADASS STAR

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