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Twilight grabs five MTV Awards


Twilight grabs five MTV Awards

Monday, June 1 2009

by Kaustav Das Modak


The movie "Twilight" received the maximum number of recognitions at the MTV Movie

Awards yesterday. Among the five awards it received were awards in the categories of Best

Fight, Best Kiss and Best Movie.


Other movies which won awards at this year's MTV Movie Awards were "Dark Knight",

"Hannah Montana: The Movie", "High School Musica". On the other hand, "Slumdog

Millionaire" was nominated for a six categories but didn't get a single award.


Audiences also got previews on upcoming movies like "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood

Prince", "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" and "Bruno".


image source: reuters.com