The 10th annual Teen Choice Awards were held last night in L.A. and will be televised tonight on Fox. Miley Cyrus was the host, and early word is that she managed to stay clothed the entire time. As mentioned, Step Up 2 the Streets won the award for "choice movie drama." (They say "choice" instead of "best," perhaps as an acknowledgment that no one really thinks this movie is the best; it's simply the one they've chosen.) The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian won for choice movie action-adventure, and Juno won choice movie comedy.
The rest of the movie-related awards, courtesy of the Associated Press, are after the jump. Should we have given a spoiler warning? Are the people watching the show tonight hoping to be surprised by the results? We face ethical dilemmas like this when awards shows are pre-taped. Anyway, the winners:
Choice Movie Action Adventure: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Choice Movie Drama: Step Up 2 The Streets
Choice Movie Chick Flick: 27 Dresses
Choice Movie Bromantic Comedy*: What Happens in Vegas
Choice Movie Comedy: Juno
Choice Movie Horror/Thriller: I Am Legend
Choice Summer Movie Action Adventure: Hancock
Choice Summer Movie Comedy: Get Smart
Choice Movie Actor Drama: Channing Tatum, Stop-Loss**
Choice Movie Actress Drama: Keira Knightley, Atonement
Choice Movie Actress Action Adventure: Rachel Bilson, Jumper
Choice Movie Actor Comedy: Ashton Kutcher, What Happens in Vegas
Choice Movie Actress Comedy: Ellen Page, Juno
Choice Movie Actor Horror/Thriller: Will Smith, I Am Legend
Choice Movie Actress Horror/Thriller: Jessica Alba, The Eye
Choice Movie Villain: Johnny Depp, Sweeney Todd
Choice Movie Breakout Female: Ellen Page, Juno
Choice Movie Breakout Male: Drake Bell, Superhero Movie
* What is a "bromantic comedy"? It's like a "romantic comedy," except that voters will think that's the same thing as "chick flick," for which there's already a category. So they call it "bromantic comedy" as a means of reassuring male voters that they're allowed to vote, too.
** I would bet money that very few of the people who voted for this actually saw the film, considering nobody saw the film. I'm guessing the thought process was that Channing Tatum is hotter than the other nominees, so he gets the award.