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The M. Night Shyamalan-directed sci-fi 'wins' over 'Eclipse' as Worst Picture, while the second 'SATC' movie is named the worst sequel.
The third 'Twilight' film and M. Night Shyamalan's sci-fi share the 'honors' for Worst Picture and Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel.
'Sex and the City 2', 'Jonah Hex' and 'Vampires Suck' are some of the films that successfully lured audience to watch, but they turned out not as good as people expected.
'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' adds other four nods, while 'Salt' enters the competition with two nominations.
The third 'Twilight' film is forced to hand over the crown after it drops about 51.1 percent in ticket sales, while the animation makes a strong opening with 56.4 million dollars revenue.
The helmer also hints that some characters such as Azula and Kyoshi Warriors will have bigger parts in the second film.
Despite the strong opening weekend haul, this third 'Twilight' film does not surpass the first five days gross collected by its predecessor.
The film's actors such as Noah Ringer, Dev Patel and Jackson Rathbone, are joined by director M. Night Shyamalan at the event held on Wednesday, June 30.
Landing on Zuko's ship, Aang is almost caught by the Fire Nation's prince before Sokka and Katara bring Appa to him.
The winged lemur is seen clinging on Aang's shoulder in the new snippet, which also gives a look at new scenes with Katara.
The video features characters who have the power to control air, water and fire, but does not show the Earthbender.
The action adventure flick moves forward a day for July 1 release, while release date for the Screen Gems' horror sci-fi is once again pushed back to May 13, 2011.