World Shocked as 'Twilight: New Moon' Dominates MTV Movie Awards

World Shocked as ‘Twilight: New Moon’ Dominates MTV Movie Awards

While it may not seem like it, MTV still appeals to kids. Though they aren’t the same cut of “kid” that was watching Twisted Sister music videos (or music videos in general), they’re still the #1 demographic for the network.

With that in mind, it was no surprise that Twilight: New Moon took home nearly half of the awards from last night’s MTV Movie Awards. A few other upsets included Ken Jeong winning for Best WTF Moment, and international superstar Rain being crowned Best Badass.

Aziz Ansari managed to hold together the night, bringing the same amount of energy and seniority that Andy Samburg brought to the awards show last year. A few fun surprises like Sandra Bullock and a drunk Peter Facinelli were entertaining. The newest go-to gag of Betty White and yesterday’s go-to gag Will Ferrell delivered, as usual.

Biggest surprise of the night has to go to Tom Cruise reprising his Les Grossman role from 2008’s Tropic Thunder. 2008! That would be two years ago. Long enough for it not to be relevant, but not far away enough for it to be retro. That would be like Owen Wilson doing a bit as Marmaduke 3 years from now. Not entirely necessary.

Check out the full list of broadcast winners from last night’s show, and be sure to catch the worthwhile clips of last night’s ceremony all over the web.

Best Female Performance:  Kristen Stewart (New Moon)

Best Breakout Star:  Anna Kendrick (Up in the Air)

Best Scared as Sh*! Performance: Amanda Seyfried (Jennifer’s Body)

Best Kiss:  Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson (New Moon)

Best WTF Moment: Ken Jeong (The Hangover)

Best Villain: Tom Felton (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince)

Biggest Badass Star: Rain (Ninja Assassin)

Best Male Performance: Robert Pattinson (New Moon)

Best Comedic Performance: Zach Galifianakis (The Hangover)

Best Movie: New Moon

  • sandman
    February 2, 2012 at 5:39 am


    And here is a fantastic illustration of what I’m talking about by that…

  • Anthony
    June 7, 2010 at 4:30 pm

    I was going to comment that how could the world be shocked when the MTV viewers that vote are females between the ages of 11-17, it should come as no surprise that Eclipse and the Twilight crew would dominate. Then I read your article and realized the title was misleading.