MTV Movie Awards 2012
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"The Hunger Games" completely dominated the MTV Movie Awards 2012, winning four awards, beating the likes of "Harry Potter" and "Twilight" (the usual dominators).

The post-apocalyptic survival saga movie scooped four awards (from eight nominations) in the 21<sup>st MTV movie awards including Best Fight, Best On-Screen Transformation (Elizabeth Banks), Best Female Performance (Jennifer Lawrence) and Best Male Performance (Josh Hutcherson).

"I've wanted to hold golden popcorn since I was four years old," said Hutcherson.

Apart from "The Hungers Games", "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" also picked up two awards including Best Hero (Daniel Radcliffe) and Best Cast.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1" also did not return empty handed as they also won two golden popcorns for Movie of the Year and Best Kiss.

"God, Rob's not here, you guys. I don't really know what to do," said Kirsten Stewart.

"Bridesmaids" too won awards for Best Gut-Wrenching Performance and Best Comedic Performance (Melissa Mccarthy), although their winnings were not telecast.

The ceremony was hosted by British comedian/actor Russell Brand, who opened the show by rendering a humorous monologue about his 14-month marriage with American singer Katy Perry.

"Last time I did an MTV show I ended up marrying someone. Tonight I'm going to keep my eyes peeled for my next wife," Brand told the audience.

The Rock of Ages actor also took a shot at Michael Fassbender for his frontal nudity in the movie Shame and Kim Kardashian for her shortlived marriage to Kris Humphries.

"Kim took a lot of pressure off with her world record marriage - thanks, Kim," he said.

Charlie Sheen was also not spared by Brand, who asked the former "Two and a Half Men" actor to do something wild to entertain the audience.

"I've taped a bottle of Hennessy and a gram of coke under your chair.In case I start going crazy just nick it and do a couple of lines...release the tiger blood hero!" Brand told Sheen.

Meanwhile, actor Johnny Depp showed off his guitar skills with Ohio based rock duo The Black Keys after he was awarded the MTV Generation Award by Aerosmith members Steven Tyler and Joe Perry.

"It's like the get-out-of-the-business award," said Depp on receiving the award.

Check out the complete list of winners here: