The “Twilight” franchise has owned the Movie of the Year prize at the MTV Movie Awards for the last four years running. However, this year’s final installment in the series, “Breaking Dawn: Part II” was snubbed.
Stepping into the breach is “The Avengers,” the summer blockbuster that brought together a host of Marvel superheros. With the backing of five editors and two-thirds of users, it has leading odds of 21 to 10.
But don’t count out recent Academy Award contender “Silver Linings Playbook.” With the support of one editor and 20% of users, it has odds of 7 to 2. That film featured an Oscar-winning performance by MTV Movie Awards darling Jennifer Lawrence.
Just over 10% of users are predicting “The Dark Knight Rises” to prevail. That is good enough to give the concluding chapter of the hit trilogy odds of 9 to 2.
While “Ted” made a mint, only 5% of users expect this raucous comedy to cash in at these kudos. That translates into odds of 11 to 2.
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Fans have the “Power of the Popcorn” in their hands with online voting for Movie of the Year going down to the wire as ballots can be cast even during the April 14th kudocast.