2014 MTV Movie Awards Winners: 'The Hunger Games' Catches Fire With Top Marks


The 2014 MTV Movie Awards winners were announced during the awards ceremony, which aired on Sunday, April 13, and was hosted by late-night TV personality and comedian Conan O'Brien. Films like 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' and 'We're the Millers' dominated the nominations, but which ones took home the top honors?

The MTV Movie Awards winners are chosen through online voting polls available to the general public, which most often allows for titles locked out from the Oscars, Golden Globes and the like their time to in the spotlight -- and also accounts for why movies like 'Twilight' won so many awards back in their days. Though this time around, awards darlings 'American Hustle,' '12 Years a Slave,' 'Dallas Buyers Club' and 'The Wolf of Wall Street' were all nominated in multiple categories.

As expected, however, 'The Hunger Games' walked away with most of the major awards, including Best Male and Female Performances and the ultimate Movie of the Year. Considering previous years saw 'Twilight' winning these same titles, we'd say this is a step up. Check out all the winners from Sunday's ceremony below:

Movie of the Year

'12 Years a Slave'
'American Hustle'
'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'
'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' -- WINNER
'The Wolf of Wall Street'

Favorite Character

Tris (Shailene Woodley), 'Divergent' -- WINNER
Loki (Tom Hiddleston), 'Thor: The Dark World'
Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence), 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell), 'Veronica Mars'
Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch), 'Star Trek Into Darkness'

Best Male Performance

Bradley Cooper, 'American Hustle'
Chiwetel Ejiofor, '12 Years a Slave'
Josh Hutcherson, 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' -- WINNER
Leonardo DiCaprio, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Matthew McConaughey, 'Dallas Buyers Club'

Best Female Performance

Amy Adams, 'American Hustle'
Jennifer Aniston, 'We're the Millers'
Jennifer Lawrence, 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' -- WINNER
Lupita Nyong'o, '12 Years a Slave'
Sandra Bullock, 'Gravity'

Best Scared-as-S*** Performance

Brad Pitt, 'World War Z' -- WINNER
Ethan Hawke, 'The Purge'
Jessica Chastain, 'Mama'
Rose Byrne, 'Insidious: Chapter 2'
Vera Farmiga, 'The Conjuring'

Breakthrough Performance

Liam James, 'The Way, Way Back'
Margot Robbie, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Michael B. Jordan, 'Fruitvale Station'
Miles Teller, 'The Spectacular Now'
Will Poulter, 'We're the Millers' -- WINNER

Best On-Screen Duo

Amy Adams + Christian Bale, 'American Hustle'
Ice Cube + Kevin Hart, 'Ride Along'
Jonah Hill + Leonardo DiCaprio, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Matthew McConaughey + Jared Leto, 'Dallas Buyers Club'
Vin Diesel + Paul Walker, 'Fast and Furious 6' -- WINNER

Best Shirtless Performance

Chris Hemsworth, 'Thor: The Dark World'
Jennifer Aniston, 'We're the Millers'
Leonardo DiCaprio, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Sam Claflin, 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
Zac Efron, 'That Awkward Moment' -- WINNER

Best Fight

'Identity Thief'
'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
'This Is the End'
'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' -- WINNER
'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues'

Best Kiss

Ashley Benson, James Franco + Vanessa Hudgens, 'Spring Breakers'
Emma Roberts, Will Poulter + Jennifer Anniston, 'We're the Millers' -- WINNER
Jennifer Lawrence + Amy Adams, 'American Hustle'
Joseph Gordon-Levitt + Scarlett Johansson, 'Don Jon'
Shailene Woodley + Miles Teller, 'The Spectacular Now'

#WTF Moment

Cameron Diaz, 'The Counselor'
Channing Tatum + Danny McBride, 'This Is the End'
Johnny Knoxville + Jackson Nicoll, 'Bad Grandpa'
Leonardo DiCaprio, 'The Wolf of Wall Street' -- WINNER
Steve Carell, Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd + David Koechner, 'Anchorman 2'

Best Villain

Barkhad Abdi, 'Captain Phillips'
Benedict Cumberbatch, 'Star Trek Into Darkness'
Donald Sutherland, 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
Michael Fassbender, '12 Years a Slave'
Mila Kunis, 'Oz The Great and Powerful' -- WINNER

Best Musical Moment

'This Is the End' -- WINNER
'American Hustle'
'The Wolf of Wall Street'
'Identity Thief'
'We're the Millers'

Best Comedic Performance

Jason Sudeikis, 'We're the Millers'
Johnny Knoxville, 'Bad Grandpa'
Jonah Hill, 'The Wolf of Wall Street' -- WINNER
Kevin Hart, 'Ride Along'
Melissa McCarthy, 'The Heat'

Best On-Screen Transformation

Christian Bale, 'American Hustle'
Elizabeth Banks, 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
Jared Leto, 'Dallas Buyers Club' -- WINNER
Matthew McConaughey, 'Dallas Buyers Club'
Orlando Bloom, 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' -- WINNER

Best Cameo

'Anchorman 2,' Amy Poehler + Tina Fey
'Iron Man 3,' Joan Rivers
'Anchorman 2,' Kanye West
'This Is the End,' Rihanna -- WINNER
'American Hustle,' Robert De Niro

Best Hero

Channing Tatum, 'White House Down'
Chris Hemsworth, 'Thor: The Dark World'
Henry Cavill, 'Man of Steel' -- WINNER
Martin Freeman, 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug'
Robert Downey Jr., 'Iron Man 3'

MTV Generation Award

Mark Wahlberg -- WINNER

MTV Trailblazer Award

Channing Tatum -- WINNER

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