Will "Hunger Games" Or "Bridesmaids" Rule Movie Awards?

Sunday's most-nominated films have the Wanted, 'Jersey Shore' star Deena and Big Time Rush divided.
By Jocelyn Vena

Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson in "Hunger Games"
Photo: Lionsgate

While we all know where Justin Bieber stands on the issue of "Bridesmaids" versus "Hunger Games" (hint: He prefers laughing to crying), we felt it was important to do our due diligence and reach out to other celebrities to see which of the two most-nominated films might take home more prizes at Sunday's 2012 MTV Movie Awards.

Kendall Schmidt and Carlos Pena from Big Time Rush also went for "Bridesmaids" as the night's big winner, with Pena telling MTV News he thinks he's "in love" with Kristen Wiig — "a little bit."

Siva Kaneswaran from the Wanted was banking on "The Hunger Games," and bandmate Jay McGuiness had a very good reason. "Me and Max [George] Googled Jennifer Lawrence. We were very happy with the results," he laughed.

Deena Cortese from "Jersey Shore" also seemed pretty sure that Jennifer Lawrence's dystopian flick will beat Kristen Wiig's female-driven comedy about the perils of weddings: "I think "Hunger Games" might take it."

The films will not only face off in the Movie of the Year category, but also in Best Female Performance, Best Cast and Breakthrough Performance.

To find out which movie will take home more Golden Popcorn, check out the 2012 MTV Movie Awards this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The show will be hosted by Russell Brand and feature performances from Fun., the Black Keys, Martin Solveig and Wiz Khalifa. It all goes down live at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California, this Sunday.

Head over to MovieAwards.MTV.com to vote for your favorite flicks now! The 21st annual MTV Movie Awards air live this Sunday, June 3, at 9 p.m. ET.

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