The Hunger Games sequel was on fire on Sunday at the MTV Movie Awards.
Catching Fire won the top three awards of the night, including movie of the year. The blockbuster beat out 12 Years a Slave and The Wolf of Wall Street for the highest honor. Stars Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson took home the Popcorns for best female and best male performance, respectively.
Earlier in the evening, Josh thanked the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, who played Plutarch in the franchise. "We think about him every day on set," he said.
Paul Walker was also honored at the awards show by his Fast and the Furious costars Jordana Brewster and Vin Diesel. Paul won the best on-screen duo award posthumously for Fast & Furious 6, along with Vin.
"I was lucky enough to work with him over the last 15 years and witness the generosity of his heart every day I was with him," Jordana said. "He was humble, he thought about others. Whether you knew Paul for five minutes or were a close friend, he made you feel like the most important person in the world."
In the more lighthearted moments, Jonah Hill won best comedic performance for his crooked role in The Wolf of Wall Street.
Meanwhile, the coveted best kiss trophy went to Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts and Will Poulter for We're the Millers. Will was also named breakthrough performer of the year.
Jared Leto left Coachella early to accept the honor for best on-screen transformation for his role as a transgendered woman dying of AIDS in Dallas Buyers Club. Rumored crush Lupita Nyong'o presented the award to the Thirty Seconds to Mars rocker, who won this year's best supporting actor Oscar for the same performance.
"Is anyone going back to Coachella? Because I need a ride back," he joked.
A pregnant Mila Kunis, who hid her small bump in a little back dress, nabbed best villain for Oz The Great and Powerful.
This is the End was another big victor. The Backstreet Boys, Jay Baruchel, Seth Rogen and Craig Robinson won best musical moment and Rihanna received the trophy for best cameo for the comedy. Rihanna later performed her hit "Monster" with Eminem.