LOS ANGELES, July 23 (UPI) -- "The Hunger Games" collected a raft of prizes, including Best Sci-Fi Fantasy Movie, at the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles.
Stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson also won Best Actress and Actor in a Sci-Fi Movie and shared the Best Movie Liplock honor. Lawrence and Amandla Stenberg won the award for Best Movie Chemistry. The Best Movie Villain title went to Alexander Ludwig and the Best Movie Scene Stealer was presented to Liam Hemsworth.
"Abduction" was named Best Action Movie and its star, Taylor Lautner, Best Actor in an Action Movie, while "The Lucky One" was declared Best Drama Movie and its leading man, Zac Efron, won for Best Actor in a Drama and Best Actor in a Romance.
Emma Stone picked up twin prizes for Best
Actress in a Drama and a Comedy for "The Help" and "Crazy Stupid Love" respectively.
Zoe Saldana earned the award for Best Actress in an Action Movie for "Colombiana" and Kristen Stewart the prize for Best Actress in a Romance Movie for "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1." "Breaking Dawn" co-star Ashley Greene won in the Best Movie Scene Stealer category.
"21 Jump Street" won for Best Comedy Movie and Channing Tatum was named Best Actor in a Comedy.
"Pretty Little Liars" won the awards for Best TV Drama, Best TV Drama Actor Ian Harding and Best TV Drama Actress Lucy Hale. Co-star Troian Bellisario was recognized as Best Summer TV Actress and Janel Parrish as Best TV Villain.
"The Vampire Diaries" won for Best Fantasy/Sci-Fi TV series. Show stars Ian Somerhalder Nina Dobrev won the awards for Best Actor and Actress in a Fantasy/Sci-Fi series. Cast members Candice Accola and Michael Trevino snagged the honors for Best TV Female and Male Scene Stealer.
"CSI: Miami" earned the title Best Action TV show and star Adam Rodriguez Best Actor in an Action TV series.
Linda Hunt of "NCIS: Los Angeles" won Best Actress in an Action show.
"Glee" earned the Best TV Comedy nod, while its leads, Chris Colfer and Lea Michele, won Best TV Actor and Actress in a Comedy.
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