Hollywood may have just found the ultimate killer mega-sequel on Sunday night (June 5) when "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" ran the table at the MTV Movie Awards, taking home five big ones, including Best Movie and Best Female and Male performance wins for stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. Not too shabby for a bunch of undead vampires, buff werewolves and the lady who loves them.

In the process, the kids from rainy Forks, Washington, nearly blanked the also multiply-nominated cast of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1," surely giving someone in Hollywood a great idea to stage the ultimate fan-freakout-fantasy-world showdown once the two series wrap up.

In the meantime, fans made do with lots of Pattinson and Stewart on Sunday night, along with generous helpings of Taylor Lautner and more Arnold Schwarzenegger illegitimate-kid jokes than anyone imagined from host Jason Sudeikis.

With a set that looked like a backlot fantasia, with a ring of fake grass, crystal towers, caves, butterflies, LED lights and glittery, hanging jewels, the stage at the Gibson Amphitheatre was a nod to the "Lord of the Rings" and the fantasy world of movies.

And with their hands all over each other, "Friends with Benefits" co-stars Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake proudly handed out the night's first award, Best Male Performance, to "Twilight" star Pattinson, who beat out love-triangle rival Lautner for the honor. "I really didn't think I was going to win," said the perpetually self-effacing undead star, who got a smile but no congratulatory, well, anything, from co-star Stewart. "This is kind of embarrassing now. Zac Efron was crying and stuff in that clip. ... Thanks for showing all your support to the movies. See you next year!"

Check out photos of Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and other "Twilight" stars at this year's big show!

Was there any doubt whether Tom Felton would take home the Best Villain award for his truly terrifying performance of blond baddie Draco Malfoy in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1"? Flashing an uncharacteristic smile, the nice English lad said, "This will look very nice in my downstairs toilet," thanking fans for a decade of support and promising that the final installment will be worth the wait.

Poo Cocktail Supreme, a sawed-off arm, the world literally exploding all around you and the cuticle from hell: All worthy nominees, but it was Justin Bieber's "Never Say Never" 3-D concert film that took the Best Jaw Dropping Moment prize. Though it looked like the Biebs wouldn't be on hand to take home the honor, he made a surprise appearance and thanked his director, manager and family. "But most of all I want to thank my fans. I love you," said Bieber, sporting white jeans and a blue blazer over a black T-shirt.

It wasn't all just movie magic, though. Funnyman Jim Carrey promised to bring some high-tech shenanigans to the proceedings, and he didn't disappoint. The "Mr. Popper's Penguins" star showed up in a green-screen suit that featured a number of high-tech images, but mostly just dogs humping. He was on hand to introduce the Foo Fighters, who lit the stage up with a blistering performance of their new single "Walk," with a set that included six strobing movie-set klieg lights.

Alas, Potter's Death Eaters had nothing on Bryce Dallas Howard and Xavier Samuel's showdown with Pattinson in "Eclipse," which also won for Best Fight. Pattinson bragged about winning the filmed fight, even as Howard apologized for trying to hurt him. "It's fine. I ripped your head off ... and now you're pregnant!" he said awkwardly, as Stewart cradled her face in her hands in embarrassment at his crack about their co-star's bulging baby belly.

You kind of couldn't go wrong with the Best Kiss category, especially if you're on Team Edward. But really? Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman didn't snag the traditionally Sapphic-friendly smooch trophy? Nope, not when RPattz and KStew are in the mix. Taking the stage for the third time, Pattinson sheepishly said he felt bad because he, well, didn't really feel like re-creating his smooch with Stewart from "Eclipse."

"You don't want to kiss me, do you?" he said to Stewart. "Well, I mean, it's been a long time, and ... I think we should finally go for it," she replied nervously, as the camera cut to a totally psyched Selena Gomez. "There's someone else in the audience I think will appreciate it a little more," Pattinson answered, before sprinting out to the crowd and laying a big, wet one on Lautner's mouth, forehead and hand. When he tried to snag the award from Stewart's hands, she grabbed it away and he grunted, "I wanna take you backstage!" in what amounts to PDA for these two.

Luckily for the nominees in the Best Line from a Movie category, there were no quotable muggles or vampires in the mix, so you can be sure 7-year-old "Grown Ups" star Alexys Nycole Sanchez was going to celebrate her win later that night by getting totally "chocolate wasted."

This is so cool!" squeaked the adorable moppet before reprising her money line.

The ladies in the Best Female Performance race were not so lucky, as Stewart beat out the Emmas (Stone and Watson), Jennifer Aniston and "Black Swan" star Portman. The publicity-shy actress, wearing a red leather minidress festooned with safety pins, said, "Oh, man, this is silly. It feels very incredible to be so completely supported by everybody that voted for me, it actually really, truly does. Thank you. We have obviously the greatest fans ever."

The luminous Reese Witherspoon was presented with this year's MTV Generation Award, preceded by her "Water for Elephants" co-star Pattinson, giving a touching, and quite salty, tribute to the actress, who's been his movie mother and lover.

"I'm just so lucky in my career and my life," said Witherspoon, who kindly corrected the punch line to one of Pattinson's most off-color jokes, while praising her chemistry with "Sweet Home Alabama" co-star Patrick Dempsey. "I just want to say to all the girls out there: I know it's cool to be bad, I get it ... but it's also possible to make it in Hollywood without a reality show ... so for all the girls out there, it's possible to be a good girl."