Awards for 2013

MTV Movie Award

Best Latino Actor

WINNER

Skyfall: Javier Bardem
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NOMINEES

Savages: Benicio Del Toro
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Savages: Salma Hayek
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End of Watch: Michael Peña
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Silver Linings Playbook: John Ortiz
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Best Musical Moment

WINNER

Pitch Perfect: Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, Alexis Knapp, Ester Dean, Hana Mae Lee
The Barden Bellas break outside of their comfort zones and step up their performance with an a capella cover of "No Diggity."

NOMINEES

Les Misérables: Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway's live rendition of Fantine's "I Dreamed A Dream" breathes beautiful new life into an old ballad.

Magic Mike: Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez
Magic Mike and his hip-thrusting contemporaries deliver a steamy rendition of "It's Raining Men."

The Perks of Being a Wallflower: Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller
With the slow swell of "Come On Eileen" bursting through the high school speakers, the wallflowers crew peels themselves off the sidelines and lets loose on the dance floor.

Silver Linings Playbook: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence
Who knew emotional instability could result in killer dance moves? As Pat and Tiffany, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence pull off a choreographed two-step that's equal parts shameless and sultry.

Movie of the Year

WINNER

The Avengers
An epic ensemble of superheroes, including Captain America, Thor, Iron Man and The Hulk, join forces to stop villainous Loki from subjugating the world.

NOMINEES

Ted
When a boy's wish is granted and John's teddy bear comes to life, a lifelong friendship is born. But the duo's party-boy behavior is finally challenged when John's girlfriend, Lori, forces him to grow up and settle down.

The Dark Knight Rises
The final installment in director Christopher Nolan's trilogy finds Batman resurfacing from years of retirement to save Gotham from the wrath of masked man Bane.

Django Unchained
A German bounty hunter teams up with a freed slave to help him rescue his wife from a ruthless Mississippi plantation owner.

Silver Linings Playbook
Upon release from a mental hospital, Pat returns home to live with his parents and is determined to rebuild his life. During his attempts to win back his estranged wife, he meets Tiffany and an unexpected bond forms, bringing silver linings to both of their lives.

Best Fight

WINNER

The Avengers: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston
Iron Man, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Natasha Romanoff and Hawkeye vs. Loki and the Chitauri

NOMINEES

The Dark Knight Rises: Christian Bale, Tom Hardy
Bale and Hardy face off as Batman and masked menace Bane, brawling beneath Gotham City's underbelly in a sewage smack-down marking the end of a trilogy.

Django Unchained: Jamie Foxx
In Django's final brutal battle, Foxx's character bathes the white-walled Candieland mansion with blood red.

Skyfall: Daniel Craig, Ola Rapace
In a twist only worthy of a Bond plot, Craig and Rapace have us on the edge of our seats when 007 tears off the roof of a speeding train with a 22-ton excavator for a fist-on-fist face-off with Patrice.

Ted: Mark Wahlberg, Seth MacFarlane
It's man vs. bear when Wahlberg and MacFarlane's characters trash a hotel room in a brawl filled with furry fists of fury.

Best WTF Moment

WINNER

Django Unchained: Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson
In an excruciating sequence, Foxx's Django blasts servile head-servant Stephen, played by Jackson, and sets the Candieland mansion ablaze with the strike of a match.

NOMINEES

Pitch Perfect: Anna Camp
As Aubrey, Camp gives a barftastic display of a capella angst that tips the scales of cinematic grossness.

Flight: Denzel Washington
Washington's Whip Whitaker rolls an inverted plane out of a 90-degree nose dive and saves the lives of 96 passengers on board.

Skyfall: Javier Bardem
Mutilated and deformed after a botched suicide attempt, Bardem's villain twists his prosthetic mug to show the few teeth he has left in a gut-twisting moment filled with vindictive vengeance.

Ted: Seth MacFarlane
Fuzzy, flirtatious and flagrantly inappropriate, Seth MacFarlane's Ted takes his co-worker crush one step too far.

Best Kiss

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Female Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Villain

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Hero

WINNER

NOMINEES





Best Shirtless Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES




Breakthrough Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Male Performance

WINNER

Silver Linings Playbook: Bradley Cooper
Bradley Cooper charms as Pat, a bi-polar man living with his parents who befriends a beautiful-but-equally-disturbed neighbor named Tiffany.

NOMINEES




Best On-Screen Duo

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Scared-As-S**t Performance

WINNER

Life of Pi: Suraj Sharma
Sharma shines as 16-year-old Pi, whose life is changed forever when a startled zebra jumps into his lifeboat, forcing the pair overboard during a powerful storm.

NOMINEES

Texas Chainsaw 3D: Alexandra Daddario
In the ultimate slasher film, Daddario's Heather Miller lives our most terrifying nightmare as she is stalked through a graveyard by Leatherface and his chainsaw.

House at the End of the Street: Jennifer Lawrence
When Lawrence's Elissa is held hostage by her psychotic boyfriend in a silent cellar mere steps from her home, we're forced to face the frightening fact that you can't trust anyone.

Zero Dark Thirty: Jessica Chastain
Chastain's performance as intelligence expert Maya keeps us on the edge of our seats when her car is wrought with gun fire and she's driving without direction, desperately seeking safety.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: Martin Freeman
As an unwilling adventurer, Freeman's Bilbo quivers and quips his way through an unexpected journey to the Lonely Mountain where he's confronted by giant spiders, terrifying trolls and a creepy creature named Gollum.

Summer's Biggest Teen Bad A**

WINNER

Kick-Ass 2: Chloë Grace Moretz
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NOMINEES

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones: Lily Collins
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Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters: Logan Lerman
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After Earth: Jaden Smith
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MTV Generation Award

WINNER

Comedic Genius Award

WINNER

Trailblazer Award

WINNER

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