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“Twilight,” Kristen Stewart win big at People’s Choice Awards


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: The people have spoken, and they love “Twilight.”

The mega-hit Hollywood franchise based on Stephenie Meyer’s vampires-and-werewolves lit series took home four trophies during last night’s People’s Choice Awards. “Eclipse,” the third film in the ongoing franchise, won awards for favorite overall movie, favorite drama, favorite onscreen team (for Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner), and favorite actress (for Stewart).

Team “Twilight” didn’t sweep the movie awards, however. Johnny Depp took hgome the prize for favorite actor. Jackie Chan was named top action star. Adam Sandler won out as the year’s top comedy actor. And “Toy Story 3” was voted favorite family movie.

Queen Latifah hosted last night’s event, which was held at the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.

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