Awards Tour: People's Choice Winners Announced!

You have spoken! And you love sparkly vampires!

by | January 6, 2011 | Comments

The 2011 People’s Choice Awards ceremony have revealed their winners. They
include a Twilight enterprise as Favorite Movie and Zac Efron as Favorite
Star Under 25, an award that we’re sure Efron has won a million times before,
though if not, this was his year and he so totally deserved it. Again, we
emphasize that these awards come from the people (all of you!), giving voice to
the voiceless, the downtrodden, the commoners way too ugly to appear on a very
large theater screen. If, for some insane reason you take umbrage with any of
these choices or winners, what the hell, you big outcast weirdo.


Favorite Movie


Alice in Wonderland


51%


Inception

87%

Iron Man 2


74%

Toy Story 3

99%

Twilight Saga:
Eclipse


51%


Favorite Movie Actor

Johnny Depp


Leonardo DiCaprio

Robert
Downey Jr.

Robert
Pattinson

Taylor
Lautner


Favorite Movie Actress

Angelina
Jolie

Jennifer
Aniston

Julia
Roberts

Katherine
Heigl

Kristen
Stewart


Favorite Action Movie

Iron Man 2


74%

Kick-Ass

76%



Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

37%

Robin Hood

43%

Salt


61%

 


Best Action Star

Angelina
Jolie

Bradley
Cooper

Jackie Chan

Jake
Gyllenhaal

Robert
Downey Jr.


Favorite Drama Movie


Alice in Wonderland


51%

Dear John


28%


Inception

87%

The Social
Network

97%

Twilight Saga:
Eclipse


51%


Favorite Family Movie


Despicable Me

82%



How to Train Your Dragon

98%

The Karate Kid


67%

Shrek Forever After


58%

Toy Story 3

99%


Favorite Comedy Movie

Date Night

67%

Easy A

86%

Grown Ups

10%

Sex and the
City 2

16%


Valentine’s Day

17%


Favorite Comedic Star

Adam Sandler

Drew
Barrymore

Steve Carell

Tina Fey

Will Ferrell


Favorite On Screen Team

Date Night

67%


Inception

87%

Iron Man 2


74%

The Karate Kid


67%

Twilight Saga:
Eclipse


51%


Favorite Movie Star Under 25

Emma Watson

Kristen
Stewart

Robert
Pattinson


Vanessa Hudgens

Zac Efron


Favorite Horror Movie

The Crazies


71%

The Last
Exorcism


72%

The Kids Are All Right

Let Me In

89%

A
Nightmare on Elm Street


13%


Resident Evil: Afterlife


25%


For all of RT’s awards season coverage, check out Awards Tour here.

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