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The 'Alice in Wonderland' star snatches the first kudo presented at the show, while the action drama movie takes home two prizes.
'Deathly Hallows: Part I' and 'Alice in Wonderland' are eying Favorite Movie title, while the stars Emma Watson and Johnny Depp are up for Favorite Actress and Actor respectively.
The songs from Christina Aguilera's and Gwyneth Paltrow's musical films will compete with Carrie Underwood's track for 'Narnia 3' to land a nod at the prize-giving event.
'Twilight Saga's Eclipse' dominates the movie nominees with eight nods, eying the coveted Favorite Movie and Favorite Drama Movie titles.
'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' adds other four nods, while 'Salt' enters the competition with two nominations.
Jackie Chan and Will Smith as well as his family defy Hurricane Alex and continue promoting the remake in the country although at least two people have been killed by it.
The animation still holds the first position on its second weekend, while the Adam Sandler-starring comedy debuts in number two.
The 'Easy A' star dropped the bomb on June 19 via her Twitter, starting with her tweet which read, 'Being an actress isn't as fun as it may seem.'
The movie makes the best debut from Disney's Pixar Animation with $110.3 million, while fellow newcomer 'Jonah Hex' has a low start with just $5.4 million.
Not only forcing 'Shrek Forever After' to hand out its crown, but also the drama action film successfully beats out 'The A-Team' from taking the coveted spot.
In an online vote, the cult 1980s movie got 53 percent vote from the moviegoers, winning over 'Weird Science' and 'Teen Wolf'.
It follows the young actor as he is chased by other boys, before giving preview to the training sessions in addition to the battle on the ring.