The nominees for this year's People's Choice Awards were unveiled today, marking the start of voting in the massive, country-wide battle for pop-culture supremacy (and kicking off one of our favorite late-in-the-year activities that doesn't involve road trips, family time and stuffing ourselves to the gills with mashed potatoes.) America is voting this year on an absolutely enormous field of favorites, picking their favorite favorites in categories ranging from Favorite Actress to Favorite TV Show to Favorite On-Screen Chemistry.
Among the frontrunners we're really rooting for: "The Hunger Games," which picked up a nomination for Favorite Movie, Favorite Action Movie, Favorite Movie Franchise and even Favorite Movie Fan Following (where Games-lovin' "Tributes" are up against Potterheads and Twilighters to determine who fangirls the hardest). And though "Magic Mike" is curiously absent from the big list, Channing Tatum is all over this business with nominations in every acting category (Dramatic, Comedic, and all-around Favorite) plus an extra entry for his on-screen chemistry with Rachel McAdams in "The Vow." And no matter who wins the Favorite Actress category, we'll be equally happy—or maybe unhappy, since we love every single one of the nominees a whole lot: Anne Hathaway, Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence, Mila Kunis and Scarlett Johansson.
Meanwhile, Kristen Stewart was missing from the Favorite Actress lineup, but she got a nod for her sword-wielding work in "Snow White and the Huntsman" with an entry in the lineup for Favorite Face of Heroism. And while "Twilight" didn't get any love this year, it's clear that somebody out there is still hot and bothered for the vampire set: Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder are both up for the win in Favorite Dramatic TV Actor/Actress, and "The Vampire Diaries" is holding its own in the Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show category.
Want to see the whole, huuuuge list? Scoot on over to the official site to see if your favorites made the first cut, and then vote to help them win!
Who's getting your vote?