MTV Movie Awards 2013 – ‘Avengers’ Tops Winners List

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The 2013 MTV Movie Awards has come and gone – and though we’re a bit too old (and busy, what with our regular regiment of TV “research” viewing) to tune in for the festivities, we’d thought we’d take a quick moment to share the list of films that the Viacom-approved young person demographic have highlighted as their favorites.

The Avengers walked away with the award for Movie of The Year, while other showdowns included Django Unchained winning “Best WTF Moment” and Taylor Lautner beating out Channing Tatum for “Shirtless Performance of the Year” (this is an MTV award show, remember).

Below you’ll find the complete list of winners at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards:


Movie of the Year

  • Django Unchained
  • Silver Linings Playbook
  • Ted
  • The Avengers — WINNER
  • The Dark Knight Rises

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Best Female Performance

  • Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables
  • Mila Kunis, Ted
  • Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook – WINNER
  • Emma Watson, The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  • Rebel Wilson, Pitch Perfect

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Best Male Performance

  • Ben Affleck, Argo
  • Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook – WINNER
  • Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
  • Jamie Foxx, Django Unchained
  • Channing Tatum, Magic Mike


Breakthrough Performance

  • Ezra Miller, The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  • Eddie Redmayne, Les Misérables
  • Suraj Sharma, Life of Pi
  • Quvenzhané Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild
  • Rebel Wilson, Pitch Perfect – WINNER

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Best Shirtless Performance

  • Christian Bale, The Dark Knight Rises
  • Daniel Craig, Skyfall
  • Taylor Lautner, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 – WINNER
  • Seth MacFarlane as Ted, Ted
  • Channing Tatum, Magic Mike


Best Fight

  • Jamie Foxx vs. Candieland Henchmen, Django Unchained
  • Daniel Craig vs. Ola Rapace, Skyfall
  • Mark Wahlberg vs. Seth MacFarlane as Ted, Ted
  • Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner vs. Tom Hiddleston, The Avengers – WINNER
  • Christian Bale vs. Tom Hardy, The Dark Knight Rises


Best Kiss

  • Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx, Django Unchained
  • Kara Hayward and Jared Gilman, Moonrise Kingdom
  • Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook — WINNER
  • Mila Kunis and Mark Wahlberg, Ted
  • Emma Watson and Logan Lerman, The Perks of Being a Wallflower

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Best WTF Moment

  • Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson, “Candieland Gets Smoked” in Django Unchained – WINNER
  • Denzel Washington – “Final Descent” in Flight
  • Anna Camp – “Hack-Appella” in Pitch Perfect
  • Javier Bardem – “Oops… There Goes His Face” in Skyfall
  • Seth MacFarlane as Ted – “Ted Gets Saucy” in Ted


Best Villain

  • Javier Bardem, Skyfall
  • Leonardo DiCaprio, Django Unchained
  • Marion Cotillard, The Dark Knight Rises
  • Tom Hardy, The Dark Knight Rises
  • Tom Hiddleston, The Avengers – WINNER

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Best Musical Moment

  • Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables
  • Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash and Adam Rodriguez, Magic Mike
  • Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, Alexis Knapp, Ester Dean and Hana Mae Lee, Pitch Perfect – WINNER
  • Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
  • Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller, The Perks of Being a Wallflower


Best Hero

  • Martin Freeman, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey — WINNER
  • Robert Downey Jr., The Avengers
  • Kristen Stewart, Snow White and the Huntsman
  • Christian Bale, The Dark Knight Rises
  • Mark Ruffalo, The Avengers
  • Anne Hathaway, The Dark Knight Rises

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And finally, some micellanous awards:

The Trailblazer Award

Emma Watson

The Generation Award

Jamie Foxx

The Comedic Genius Award

Will Ferrell


If that list isn’t to your liking, be sure to check out Screen Rant’s Top 10 Movie Moments 2012 – Maybe you’ll find our selections a bit more to your liking.

The MTV Movie Awards will like be in replay for the next few months on MTV.

Source: MTV

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  1. Avengers cleans up again.

    • Wow, must be some accomplishment.

  2. Only winner I agree with is Will Ferrell right at the end, otherwise it’s typical MTV crap catering to the younger (and in my view, dumber) members of society, the bandwagoneers who vote stuff just to avoid being seen as “uncool” or “nerdy” by voting against popular opinion (read: hive mind thinking, think of the old “smoking is cool, if you don’t smoke, you’re a Commie” ads of the 50s).

    The day MTV and its viewership is considered a legit presence in the world of accurate judgment in the movie department is the day Idiocracy becomes real. When that day comes, someone pick me up and take me off this planet.

    • They pay to see the same movies you do, popular or not. Their opinions are just as valid as anyone else’s. That’s really a snobbish statement on your part, bruh.

      • You would not say that if Twilight had won, as they do every year, MTV is the biggest crap in the world. Period.

      • Agreed, never take MTV movie awards seriously. It’s either twilight or the biggest box office super hero movie (Avengers) Best actor Brad Coopley, not Daniel Day Lewis? Lol. Best villain, Loki, not Bane? Lol. Best picture avengers, not Dark Knight Rises? Lol. Best Musical moment not Anne Hathaway? Lol. They just had to get a twilight win in there, shirtless performance….lol….oh god.

        • Bane wasn’t even CLOSE to the source material. TDKR absolutely sucked.

    • would you like to tell us how this should have went lord o’mighty?

      why dont you take your egotistical opinion and shove it straight up your arse… more people are into this than the overrated oscars which is the most boring piece of s**t ive watched.

      these are awards for the more summer movies… you know that. you seriously think they want to be another golden globe and oscar show? thank god they aint and thats why ill watch this over boring oscars any day.

      • MTV Movie Awards lost all credibility when Twilight started winning every year, winning an MTV award means nothing.

        • But people actually watch Twilight. Twilight breaks box office records.

          To me, the Oscars have no credibility. Look at the movies in the Oscars. You wouldn’t even know these movies existed if it wasn’t for the Oscars.

          • However Oscars winning films still better than Twilight.

            OSCAR >> MTV Award

          • People who seriously follow movies know about the ones in the Oscars. Come on. If you prefer MTV awards over the Oscars that’s fine, to each their own. But you really think they have less credibility than the award show that gives praise to “the best shirtless performance”?

            • The Oscars are stuffy, pretentious, artsy-fartsy crap. Need proof that they’re purely political? Heath Ledger won a posthumous Oscar for playing the F***ING JOKER!!! Nuff said.

              • Ledger’s performance in Dark Knight was great. Sounds like you’re throwing in with the “you can’t have a good performance in a COMIC BOOK movie!” crowd.

    • I wouldn’t use the same words, but I agree with your overall opinion of the show. It’s a two hour plus advertisement for the most “gullible” segment of our population. Sadly, this segment has the numbers and the disposable income to guide Hollywood. :-/

    • HATER!!

    • is not supposed to be considered a legit presence. Calm down. The awards show is designed for people to lay back, not take things so serious (like you), and have fun. sheesh

    • With an elitist and immature comment like this… Good riddance.

    • He’s mad that Avengers beat Rises every time it was up against it, (except for best hero, which I think MTV kinda copped out on that one.) Loki was the best villain. You understand his motivation, he gave brilliantly delivered monologues in Germany and when speaking to Widow, and you could sense true emotional attachment. Hard to do all that through a voice modifier and with just eye expressions.

      Tom Hardy was awesome, but Hiddleston was better, and I’m glad he’s getting recognition for it from someone because his performance certainly deserves it.

  3. Worst awards ever, the jokes werent funny and it was a popularity contest. Loki as best villian? not to blame his performance cause Tom is wonderful, but a villian should atleast achieve something he got his butt kicked for 2 hours straight. I mean best shirtless performance?? yeah thats important.

    • The fact that Marion Cotillard made the nominations extremely grinds my gears

      • Ill agree to that

    • I feel you its was just bad everything was terrible and people kept talking for a very long time there was like no timed speeches it was just bad worse MTV awards ever

      • Yeah, it was like… one long run-on sentence with no punctuation or something. Seriously, your comment is nearly unreadable.

        • That’s beautifully ironic given your moniker. +1

          • +1

  4. Well, it’s a step up from the last few years when it was the twilight awards. Maybe they’re trying to win back some of their credibility.

  5. Not to mention givng Jamie Foxx the generation award.. the man has had one performance that had gained him any credibility.

    • Django? Collateral? RAY?????????

  6. uggh….mtv awards, they should of renamed it years ago to The Twilight awards.

  7. I’m gonna be frank and say as much as I love “Skyfall”, The Bane/Batman fight should’ve won best fight.

    I also love how Kristen Stewart makes Best Hero nominations, but not Daniel Craig

    • Actually, take that back, Bane breaking Batman should’ve won Best WTF Moment and Bond vs. Patrice should’ve won best fight

  8. MTV used to mean something. Now, it’s just garbage.

    • MTV was a rip-off of Canada’s Muchmusic. Still, In the beginning it was just about music and music videos. Now it’s gone to total crap and hardly any music anymore.

  9. of course they would give many awards for avengers since it has been known that MTV is biased with marvel and against dc.

    IDK i never liked MTV for a lot of reasons.

    • mtv is biased towards tween popularity.

    • That has nothing to do with it. Avengers is defended by an enormous amount of people, half of them aren’t willing to accept the fact that there might’ve been a better movie in 2012

  10. Well, this proves why the MTV Movie Awards have absolutely no credibility and are meaningless.

  11. I can’t believe I watched this. The beautiful and talented Emma Watson was the only thing worth seeing.

  12. The Avengers and The Hobbit won something?! AWESOME!!!! Suck on that Twilight!

  13. So glad to see The Avengers took the top spot… after all, the movie was an Oscar nominee (though only in 1 category and did not win).
    Despite that though, I actually chuckled reading some of the nominees in this award, especially with Twilight still has a win as well…

  14. Just to be clear I am in no way taking MTVs side on this. They are smart. They do exactly what is needed to rake in piles and piles of money. They know what they are doing and they know that they suck as a credible source of movie awards. They know what is popular with all of the stupid Tweens now a days and they bank on it. Yes it has always sucked since they stopped showing music videos. Can you blame them for wanting to make millions upon millions of dollars and only making a small group of people unhappy. The group that hates MTV already. So what do they care dudes. It’s all about money now a days and they have it all figured out.

  15. I haven’t watched the MTV movie awards in years and I’m glad I didn’t last night lol
    I loved the Avengers don’t have a problem with it winning best movie. Loki as best villian I do, he was good I love Hiddleston as Loki but there were two people who I thought were better than him and thats Candie (Dicaprio) and Bane (Hardy). Not taking anything away from Loki but those two villians were far superior in their movies as villians

  16. You know what IS Dumb? assuming that people who like a popular movie are dumb or gullible. I mean that’s like saying that little movie snobs are social rejects who have partners that squeak while making love.
    If you ask me those that must lash out just because somethings popular, make themselves become the lowest common denominator, in other words you make yourself dumb because you had to “jump on the hate bandwagon”
    So calm down and repeat after me “It’s only a movie”

  17. Hey! To all the haters, Tom Hiddleston deserved the Best Villain award! For one, he was there. He took the time to book a flight & attend the awards and as for the actual performance itself, he took the character Loki to another level as a villain. In the movie Thor, he was simply a misunderstood lost soul who was left wandering off in god knows where. Then, in the Avengers, he established himself more as a real villain & became a tyrannical ruler , kinda like Bane. You guys think he achieved nothing, but he did. He created chaos, didn’t he? ‘Cuz that’s what he does! Kinda like Joker! Also, he’s still alive at the end! So there’s more to him that’s yet to be explored. Ok, I’m just rambling right now, so I don’t really have a point. Well, actually I do. The point it that you guys underestimate Loki as a villain. There’s a reason why there’s a Hiddles Army and it’s thanks to them ‘cuz THEY made this win possible. :)

    • And no one else did?

      Take some time to research other nominees. Everyone, aside from Cotillard, was committed to their roles. My opinion? DiCaprio should’ve won

    • @ emma

      I agree. I enjoyed Tom Hiddleston’s performance as Loki in Thor & asmuch as i did in The Avengers. Im even betting he’d make a great Joker in the next Batman reboot. Just add Harleyquinn by his side,lol.

  18. WOO hOO! The Avengers #1! And Best Villain portrayed by Tom Hiddleston. A great job to Joss Whedon & to the entire cast & people involved with that film.

  19. People take this seriously?..

  20. Snobs here in the comment section annoy me. MTV Movie Awards is supposed to be fun. They all know it’s not the Oscars. MTV knows, the actors know, it’s just for fun for Christ’s sake.

    It’s an award show where the blockbusters shine and not just the handful of movies the academy thinks are good.

    And just because something is popular it doesn’t mean it’s sh*t. I am so tired of hearing this.

    And has anyone noticed that Twilight only won the “joke category”? It is a joke category, the best shirtless performance, it’s meant to be funny that they give out an award for six-packs, seriously how do you not know that? If anyone thinks that this award show is taking itself seriously needs a reality check.

    I am very happy about The Avengers wins (all three), because it was indeed an amazing movie that entertained millions over the world and that deserve praise! The people who make blockbusters and popular movies work just as hard as the cast and crew of the oh so wonderful “Oscar pictures”, but they are ignored everywhere, because the sci-fi/fantasy/superhero genre is looked down on by the “serious filmmakers”. Oh the trashing Christopher Reeve got when he played Superman, and yet everyone remembers him and who the hell knows who won the Oscar that year? Maybe a couple of film enthusiasts that can recall stuff like that.

    It’s two very different worlds and I think being able to create something that entertains so many people is just as worth of praise as something that’s considered “artistically good” because some critics decided so.

    The audience matters, not the critics. This award show was decided by online polls, the opinion of the audience. The people who actually pay money in the cinema.

    The Oscars is just a big flashy show where the critics praise their favourites and while I know its considered the best of the best, I think it’s way overrated.

    Fun stuff like MTV Movie Awards and People’s Choice Awards actually give space for the blockbusters and popular films and anyone who tries to shame people for enjoying something like this should be ashamed of themselves.

    Guess what, most people want to be entertained and not be looked down on for it. And they want to celebrate the people who created those thing. Is that such a hard concept to grasp? It’s something you probably can’t see up from a high horse I suppose.

    • Very well said. My only problem with the show is that it wasn’t that funny this year(to me anyway). Plus it was awkward with a nine year old actress in the audience watching Seth Rogan’s bush and all the other sex jokes. Dammit MTV! But regardless, I do understand the purpose of the show so I can’t take it super seriously like the Oscars.

    • I understand that this is an awards show to celebrate light entertainment, but Avengers wasn’t even entertaining. It was a just a bunch of lame non sequitur action scenes with no plot. And even that could be forgiven, except the action scenes were just lame overproduced CG cartoons. I wasn’t expecting the MTV award to go to The Master or anything but there were certainly entertaining action movies and comedies that should have won over this bloated turd.

  21. When a movie like ‘New Moon’ won best picture, that’s the day I stopped taking the MTV Movie awards seriously. I find it quite astonishing that after all this time, people still put stock in the MTV Movie Awards.

  22. When a movie like New Moon won best picture, that’s the day I stopped taking the MTV Movie awards seriously. I find it quite astonishing that after all this time, people still put stock in the MTV Movie Awards.

  23. Stop taking it seriously guys. If you wanted a prestigious award show that celebrated accomplishments in all aspects of film-making, you missed ‘em a few months back…
    This one’s just for fun. It’s voted for by the people (generally younger people of the fairer sex) and it’s more of a “favorites” than “bests” type deal.

    If anything, we should all be GLAD that Twilight hardly won anything this year ;)

  24. Didn’t MTV give Adam Sandler A lifetime Achievement award? Come on guys, can you really take it seriously after that? :). Just relax and have fun.

  25. This confirms my suspicions that Marvel Cinematic Universe/Avengers is stepping in fill the empty space left by Twilight being mass marketed to tweens as the “best thing EVA!!”

    • Of course… because those Marvel flicks are completely about love stories. They should fill the gap nicely. Well done professor.

      • Marvel may skew somewhat more towards male demographics compared to Twilight, but they’re both marketed to a teen/tween audience. The winners for the past five years have been Transformers, Twilight, Twilight, Twilight, and Twilight. I’m placing my bets now for upcoming winners:

        2014 – Iron Man 3
        2015 – Transformers 4
        2016 – Avengers 2

  26. The source of most of these comic series is 50 to 60 years old, so saying marvel movies is marketing towards tweens is really stupid. yeah the twilight crap is marketed towards tweens. but no the avengers and not marvel movies.