'Twilight' Tryst Vs. 'Slumdog' Smooch: Who Will Win Best Kiss?

Find out by watching the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.

Kristen Stewart, Angelina Jolie Lead The Pack For Best Female Performance

Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Taraji P. Henson also up for the trophy at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.

MTV Movie Awards' WTF Nominees Include Naked Breakups, Magic Bullets

Angelina Jolie, Ben Stiller and more will compete Sunday at 9 p.m. ET for Best WTF Moment, a new category.

Anna Faris Gets Deep, Jackie Chan Gets Soaked: 2008's Memorable Movie Moments

This year's Other Awards honor 'Twilight,' 'Nick and Norah,' 'Burn After Reading' and more.

'Hellboy II' Has Golden Weekend, While Few Want To Meet Eddie Murphy's 'Dave'

After his latest film opened at #7, Murphy may want to steer clear of the sci-fi/fantasy genre.

Will Smith's 'Hancock' Soars To Top Of Box Office, Marking His Fifth July 4 #1

Despite poor reviews, Smith's superhero debut brings in $66 million over the holiday weekend.

'WALL-E' Outshines 'Wanted' For Box-Office #1 Debut

But Angelina Jolie beats the robot when it comes to per-screen average.

'Wanted': Bullet Time, By Kurt Loder

The return of Angelina Jolie, butt-kicker.

Review: Wanted is Excessive in a Very Good Way

'Wanted' Star Angelina Jolie Discusses Passing On The Action Torch, 'Rolling Around On The Floor' With Brad Pitt

Actress also addresses rumored roles in 'Atlas Shrugged' and 'Sin City 2.'

'Wanted' Star James McAvoy (Barely) Recalls Kissing Angelina Jolie, Addresses 'Hobbit' Rumors

'It was kind of emasculating ... to be beat up by a girl the entire time,' he says of playing Jolie's punching bag in the action flick.

Will Ferrell In Short Shorts, Iron Man In Flight: A Closer Look At Super Bowl Movie Ads

Were commercials for potential blockbusters 'Semi-Pro,' 'Wanted,' 'Wall-E' worth the $2.7 million?

'Indiana Jones,' 'Dark Knight' And More Flicks We Can't Wait To See: '08 Movie Preview

'Cloverfield,' 'Iron Man,' 'Wanted' also make our list.

Why Angelina Jolie, Common 'Wanted' To Work With Red-Hot Russian Director

Timur Bekmambetov's U.S. debut being described as a 'Watchmen' for supervillains.