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2012 MTV Movie Awards: The Hunger Games, Twilight, And Harry Potter Among Big Winners

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Jun. 3 2012, Published 12:30 p.m. ET

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The Hunger Games was the big winner at this Sunday's MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Russell Brand and held at Los Angeles's Gibson Amphitheater, as the smash-hit survival epic took home golden popcorn trophies for best actor (Josh Hutcherson), actress (Jennifer Lawrence), fight and on-screen transformation.

"I've wanted to hold a golden popcorn since I was 4 years old," Hutcherson said upon collecting his trophy.

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In other notable wins, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 was named the best movie of the year, while its stars, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, took home the best kiss award for the fourth year in a row.

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With Pattinson not in attendance Sunday, Stewart pretended to kiss herself when accepting the award.

Going out with a bang, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 won two honors (best cast & best hero), as did Bridesmaids (best gut-wrenching performance, best comedic performance for Melissa McCarthy).

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Other notable wins on the evening included Jennifer Aniston's best on-screen dirtbag for Horrible Bosses; Emma Stone claiming MTV's Trailblazer Award; and Johnny Depp swashbuckling his way to the MTV Generation Award.

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"It's like the get-out-of-the-business award," Depp, who jammed with The Black Keys onstage Sunday, joked.

Click here for a full list of winners.

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