Jennifer Lawrence and "The Hunger Games" picked up the most prizes at the People's Choice Awards.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (JANUARY 9, 2013) (CBS/PROCTER & GAMBLE PRODUCTIONS, INC.) - Post-apocalyptic action film "The Hunger Games" was the big winner at the People's Choice Awards on Wednesday (January 9), picking up five awards including favorite movie of the year, while singer Katy Perry again led in the music categories.
"The Hunger Games," based on the trilogy of novels by Suzanne Collins, beat out "The Avengers," "The Amazing Spider-Man," "The Dark Knight Rises" and "Snow White and the Huntsman" for the coveted favorite movie accolade.
"The Avengers," which was nominated in eight categories, didn't go home empty-handed. Robert Downey Jr. was named favorite movie actor for his role as Iron Man in the superhero ensemble box office hit.
"You've chosen wisely," the actor joked on stage.
Adam Sandler picked up the fan favorite award for comedic actor, while former "Friends" star Jennifer Aniston picked up the favorite comedic movie actress award, beating outMila Kunis, Reese Witherspoon, Emily Blunt and Cameron Diaz.
Emma Watson of "Harry Potter" fame picked up the favorite dramatic actress accolade for her role in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower."
"Perks" was also named favorite dramatic movie, while "Ted," the raunchy R-rated comedy from "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane, was named favorite comedy film.
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The People's Choice Awards named winners in more than 40 categories across film, television and music decided by 475 million fan votes through the People's Choice website.