One year ago, the MTV Movie Awards featured a [article id="1610518"]face-off between vampires and orphans[/article], as "Twilight" was up for seven awards and "Slumdog Millionaire" was tapped in six categories. The battle turned into a blowout, as Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's flick nabbed five wins, and "Slumdog" was completely shut out.
2010 at the Movie Awards brings us another epic throw-down - this time between the vampires of "New Moon" and the big blue aliens of "Avatar." Both films are nominated in five categories, including Best Movie, Best Kiss and Best Female Performance. Which one of these blockbuster titans will triumph this Sunday at the awards show? That's up to you, because fan voting is currently under way at MovieAwards.MTV.com. But fans aren't the only ones who have a say in the competition. That's why we asked some of our favorite celebs who they would vote for when it comes to this heated debate: Team "Twilight" or Team "Avatar"?
"That's not a fair question," said "Twilight" franchise star Nikki Reed. "I think I have to stick with my movie on this one, although 'Avatar,' there are no words."
The likes of Kim Kardashian, Marisa Miller and Stephanie Pratt sided with Reed's choice of "New Moon." But for every Twilighter we spoke with, there was an "Avatar" fan ready to vote the other way, like Eli Roth and Adam Lambert. Or take Akon, who said simply, "I love 'Avatar.' That movie is amazing."
And then there are the folks who haven't yet hit the cinema or popped in the DVD so they can make an informed choice in the "New Moon" vs. "Avatar" debate.
"I can't vote, only because I'm narcoleptic and I never made it through either one," confessed Ke$ha.
Count Kristin Cavallari among the non-voters as well. "I haven't seen any of the 'Twilight' movies or 'Avatar,' " she said. "I'm so out of the loop with everything!"
So which flick is going to conquer on Sunday night? Stay tuned. For now, we'll give Tyrese Gibson the final word.
"Is it a teenage thing or is it revolutionizing-filmmaking thing?" he said. "And if it's revolutionizing, then James Cameron's definitely going to take it."
Don't miss the live red-carpet coverage, exclusive movie clips and fist-pumping action on MTV News' "Jersey Shore Blow-Out at the MTV Movie Awards," airing live from Los Angeles this Sunday, June 6, at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Then stay tuned for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards at 9 p.m. ET/PT.