Awards for 2015

MTV Movie Award

Best Musical Moment

WINNER

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1: Jennifer Lawrence
All around badass and Mockingjay leader Katniss Everdeen sings a haunting battle cry to the rebels who are rallying against the Capitol.

NOMINEES

Guardians of the Galaxy: Chris Pratt
When he's not defending the galaxy, Star-Lord uses a rat as a microphone to belt out "Come and Get Your Love" while dancing through a creepy swamp.

Neighbors: Seth Rogen, Zac Efron
It wouldn't be a frat party without a black light dance off between neighbors Mac Radner and Teddy Sanders. While Teddy has the moves, it's Radner's belly shake that slays.

The Skeleton Twins: Bill Hader, Kristen Wiig
Hilarious sibling duo Milo and Maggie's epic lip-sync to '80s hit "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" has impeccable choreography - jazz hands included.

Whiplash: Miles Teller
As a talented and tolerant jazz drummer, Andrew is the backbone of the group who doesn't let band leader Terence Fletcher's intimidation interrupt the tempo.

Movie of the Year

WINNER

NOMINEES







Best On-Screen Transformation

WINNER

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1: Elizabeth Banks
Despite being stuck in District 13, Effie Trinket's eccentric wardrobe had actress Elizabeth Banks looking every bit a member of District 1.

NOMINEES

The Theory of Everything: Eddie Redmayne
Eddie Redmayne's Oscar-winning portrayal of famed physicist Stephen Hawking's battle with motor neuron disease was not only beautifully done, but jaw-droppingly realistic.

Guardians of the Galaxy: Zoe Saldana
Zoe, is that even you?! For her action-heavy role as space badass Gamora, the actress went all in with facial prosthetics and layers of green makeup.

Foxcatcher: Steve Carell
To nail his performance as multimillionaire Olympic sponsor John du Pont, funnyman Steve Carell got serious by wearing multiple layers of makeup, a tight haircut, and a striking prosthetic nose.

Boyhood: Ellar Coltrane
In this landmark role, audiences watched Ellar Coltrane literally transform from age six all the way to 18 over the course of the movie.

Best Breakup

WINNER

Gone Girl
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Best Fight

WINNER

The Maze Runner: Dylan O'Brien, Will Poulter
Dylan O'Brien vs. Will Poulter - During the simple challenge of staying within the fight circle, Gally's smart remarks ignite a fire in Thomas that surprises him the most.

NOMINEES

22 Jump Street: Jonah Hill, Jillian Bell
Jonah Hill vs. Jillian Bell - Schmidt and Mercedes throw some heated punches back and forth until emotions of another kind arise. More like 21 Hump Street, amirite? Actually, not really.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier: Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan
Chris Evans vs. Sebastian Stan - Weaponry is key in this intense good vs. evil showdown between Captain America and Winter Soldier. Who takes it - guns or glory?

Neighbors: Seth Rogen, Zac Efron
Seth Rogen vs. Zac Efron - Using whatever they can grab (um...awkward), the neighbors channel their inner Batman in this hilarious and very unorthodox brawl.

Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance): Edward Norton, Michael Keaton
Edward Norton vs. Michael Keaton - Mike makes fun of his boss Riggan whilst wearing tighty whities. He's just asking to get his face punched with that malicious mockery.

Best WTF Moment

WINNER

Neighbors: Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne
Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne's Mac and Kelly get up close and personal in a way NOBODY was expecting.

NOMINEES

22 Jump Street: Jonah Hill
While on an undercover mission, Jonah Hill's Schmidt gets inked in a way he definitely wasn't expecting.

Horrible Bosses 2: Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day
An infomercial for their new invention goes very, VERY wrong on live TV for Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day's Kurt and Dale.

Whiplash: Miles Teller
Getting hit by a car ain't no thang for Miles Teller's character Andrew in 'Whiplash.'

Top Five: Rosario Dawson, Anders Holm
Rosario Dawson and Anders Holm's characters get...saucy...in this truly insane moment from 'Top Five.'

Best Kiss

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Villain

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Shirtless Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES




Breakthrough Performance

WINNER

The Maze Runner: Dylan O'Brien
Dylan O'Brien didn't hold anything back in his action-packed role as Thomas, the unlikely leader of a group trapped in a life-threatening maze.

NOMINEES

The Fault in Our Stars: Ansel Elgort
Ansel Elgort's touching role as Augustus Waters, a teen with cancer, left audiences as impressed as they were tear-stained.

Gone Girl: Rosamund Pike
As the devious, murderous Amy Dunne, Rosamund Pike's performance totally and completely knocked it out of the park.

Selma: David Oyelowo
Newcomer David Oyelowo perfectly captured the inspirational message of the Civil Rights Movement in his unforgettable role as Martin Luther King Jr.

Boyhood: Ellar Coltrane
Ellar Coltrane's 12-year-long dedication to his role in 'Boyhood' had critics raving over his genuine performance.

Best Female Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Duo

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Hero

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Male Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Scared-As-S**t Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Comedic Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES




MTV Generation Award

WINNER

Comedic Genius Award

WINNER

Trailblazer Award

WINNER

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