MTV Movie Awards | 2011

MTV Movie Awards

2011 MTV Movie Awards

Host: Jason Sudeikis
Venue: Gibson Amphitheatre
City: Los Angeles, California
Date: June 5, 2011

Best Movie: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

2011 Movie Awards Summary

True to form, the 2011 Movie Awards was an evening of surprises, swear words and sexual innuendo helmed by comedian host Jason Sudeikis. The 'SNL' funnyman shared the stage with a house full of stars, including the Foo Fighters and past Golden Popcorn winners Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz.

Once again, Team 'Twilight' dominated the winners circle, hauling in five Golden Popcorn awards (Best Movie, to boot). Patrick Dempsey, Robert Pattinson and Chelsea Handler regaled the audience with tales of Reese Witherspoon, who was honored with the MTV Generation Award and brought down the house with her charm and tips on makin' it in Hollywood.

Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis Romance -- or at least lust -- ruled the night, with both winners and presenters having a hard time keeping it in their pants. Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake both grabbed a handful while presenting the evening's first award. Steve-O and the 'Jackass' gang popped laser boners at the thought of Donald Trump in leather chaps. And, although all hope seemed lost for a hot make out sesh between reigning Best Kiss champs Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' fans were rewarded with one of the night's most talked about moments: Pattinson planting a big wet one on an unsuspecting Taylor Lautner in the audience.

Meanwhile, on the music side, Foo Fighters brought the house down with a rocking performance of 'Walk.' Lupe Fiasco and Trey Songz followed the legends with a double dose of awesome, performing 'The Show Goes On' and 'Out of My Head' off Lupe's album, "Lasers." Host Jason Sudeikis threw his own music chops into the mix, performing his very own movie theme songs for some of the year's hottest flicks (you're welcome, Brooklyn Decker). He even had a little help on vocals from Best Comedic Performance winner Emma Stone.

All this from a stage that came to you live from a Rainforest Cafť, according to Sudeikis. Want to get in on all the action from the 2011 Movie Awards? Grab some popcorn and sift through our vault of clips, photos and interviews from the event.

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