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August 12, 2013 (4:06 am) GMT
The last chapter in the 'Twilight' series wins seven trophies, while 'Pitch Perfect' takes home four.

Winners of the 2013 Teen Choice Awards were revealed on Sunday, August 11. In movie field, "" followed in the footsteps of its predecessor, which also became a big winner last year, by winning seven categories it was nominated in.

The last installment in the "" feature franchise was named Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy Movie and Choice Romance Movie. It also helped and win the Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actor and Romance Actor respectively, with securing the Choice Female in both categories. 's portrayal of Emmett Cullen made him the Scene Stealer.

A cappella sensation "" became the second feature with most winnings. Besides winning Choice Comedy Movie, it earned two other prizes through 's Choice Comedy Movie Actor and 's actress award. also contributed to the big win of the singing pic with his Villain prize.

"" beat the likes of "" and "" to claim Choice Drama Movie nod. Its two stars, and , grabbed the Actor and Actress trophies respectively.

Tying with two wins were this year's box-office hits "" and "". The former became the Choice Action Movie with as the best actor. The latter, meanwhile, saw its success that night through 's Choice Summer Movie Female Star and Choice Chemistry she shared with co-star .

The 2013 TCA was hosted by and , airing live from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles on FOX. was honored with the Ultimate Choice Award.

2013 Teen Choice Awards Movie Winners:





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