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2011 MTV Movie Awards: 'Eclipse' Leads Full Winner List With Five Kudos

June 6, 2011, 3:34 am GMT

'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' shows off its roar by snatching five awards, including Best Movie and Best Kiss, during the event which is held at Universal Studios' Gibson Amphitheatre.



The 20th Annual MTV Movie Awards has handed out the kudos on Sunday, June 5 from Gibson Amphitheatre and "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse" bags a handful of trophies. The David Slade-directed film shows off its power by collecting five awards in total.

The vampire drama movie keeps dominating at the event by snatching the Best Movie awards. The movie also helps Kristen Stewart win Best Female Performance. In the meantime, Robert Pattinson brings home Best Male Performance prize, and shares Best Kiss kudo with Stewart. He also shares Best Fight award with co-stars Bryce Dallas Howard and Xavier Samuel.

Trailing behind the drama movie is "Kick-Ass", which grabs two awards during the event. The film's star Chloe Moretz, wins Best Breakout Star, beating out the likes of Andrew Garfield and Olivia Wilde. She also brings home Biggest Badass Star kudo after throwing off Alex Pettyfer, Jaden Smith, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Robert Downey Jr..

"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I", "Inception", "Grown Ups" and "Easy A" are movies taking home one prize each. The wizard-themed movie wins Best Villain for Tom Felton, while the sci-fi film helps Ellen Page take in Best Scared-As-Sh-- Performance. in the meantime, Emma Stone owes it to "Easy A" for grabbing Best Comedic Performance award.

The rest of the awards go to Justin Bieber and Reese Witherspoon. The teen hearthrob bags Best Jaw-Dropping Moment award by beating other stars include Natalie Portman and James Franco. As for Witherspoon, the "Water for Elephants" beauty receives Generation Award for her remarkable career, being the second female winner after Sandra Bullock.

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