MTV Movie Awards 2014: 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Wins Movie of the Year


MTV Movie Awards 2014: 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Wins Movie of the Year


The third 'Hunger Games' movie collects three big wins including Best Male and Female Performance for Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence.

The live telecast of the 23rd annual MTV Movie Awards just ended with the crowning of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" as Movie of the Year. Johnny Depp presented the top prize after Ellie Goulding and Zedd performed "Divergent" soundtrack.

Unfortunately, only Josh Hutcherson was present at the awards show. Fellow cast members Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth were no-show. Hutcherson also won Best Male Performance, and Lawrence picked up Best Female Performance.

Other winners included Jonah Hill (Best Comedic Performance), Mila Kunis (Best Villain), Zac Efron (Best Shirtless Performance), Jared Leto (Best On-Screen Transformation), Rihanna (Best Cameo), and Shailene Woodley's Tris (Favorite Character).

The show was hosted by Conan O'Brien and featured performances by Eminem, Rihanna, and Twenty One Pilots. Paul Walker was remembered, Mark Wahlberg got Generation Award, and Channing Tatum received Trailblazer Award.


MTV Movie Awards' Paul Walker Tribute:


2014 MTV Movie Awards: Arrivals | Musical Performances | Press Room


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