Vampire saga "Twilight" dominated the 2009 MTV Movie Awards Sunday, nabbing five awards, including Best Movie. And in perhaps the most anticipated moment of the night, fans saw the official trailer for the "Twilight" sequel, "New Moon."
The clip starts off with a kiss between lead characters Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, but then features a scene where Edward abandons Bella.
She is attacked by a vampire, but Taylor Lautner's character Jacob Black transforms into a werewolf to help her.
In addition to Best Movie, "Twilight" won Best Fight (Robert Pattinson and Cam Gigandet), Best Kiss (Kristen Stewart and Pattinson), Breakthrough Male Performance (Pattinson) and Best Female Performance (Stewart).
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Host Andy Samberg opened the 2009 MTV Movie Awards with spoofs on movies like "Slumdog Millionaire" and Twilight." In his opening monologue, he ensured the audience the show would have its token laid-back atmosphere. "It's cool to fart in here," he told the crowd.
In one of the night's most confusing moments, Sacha Baron Cohen flew over the night's audience while portraying his scantily clad new character Bruno. He landed on top of rapper Eminem, who then grew visibly angry and stormed out of the show. Fans couldn't tell if it was real anger or part of a rehearsed skit.
Ashley Tisdale won Breakthrough Female Performance for her role in "High School Musical 3."
Eminem and The Kings of Leon entertained.
Fans also got a preview of the newest film in the "Transformers" series, as well as a sneak peek at "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
Zac Efron, another teen heartthrob, won Best Male Performance for his role in "High School Musical 3."
Leann Rimes, Chris Issac and Forest Whitaker sang a dramatic medley of the comedic songs Samberg has performed on "Saturday Night Live."
Amy Poehler won the award for Best WTF Moment for her role in "Baby Mama."
"The Climb," performed by Miley Cyrus in "Hannah Montana: The Movie," was named Best Song.
Ben Stiller won an achievement award for his movie career. Jim Carrey won Best Comedic Performance for his role in "Yes Man."
Heath Ledger won Best Villian for his role in "The Dark Knight."