Voting for the 2011 MTV Movie Awards began Tuesday and will run through Tuesday, April 5, with fans able to vote in 13 categories and the top selections making the final list of nominees, which will then be voted on May 3-June 4.
The 20th annual 2011 MTV Movie Awards will air live from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, Calif., Sunday, June 5 at 9 p.m. ET.
The categories are: best movie (voting stays live throughout the ceremony), best comedic performance, best villain, best kiss, best fight, best male performance, best female performance, best female breakout star, best male breakout star, biggest badass star, best scared-as-shit performance, best jaw-dropping moment, and best line from a movie (new category).
MTV general manager Stephen Friedman said:
MTV’s viewers are die-hard film buffs, and we love to see how they wield that dedication when voting for the MTV Movie Awards. By putting the fans in control of the voting, the show will be less about royalty and more about magic, action, and comedy.