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MTV MOVIE AWARDS

LOS ANGELES (AP) — "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" wins movie of the year at the MTV Movie Awards. Josh Hutcherson says they're thinking of the their friend and co-star, the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. Hutcherson also wins best male performer, while co-star Jennifer Lawrence takes the female honors. Zac Efron earned the best shirtless performance award and presenter Rita Ora ripped off his shirt while he accepted. Mark Wahlberg collected the generation award. He jokes it signifies that he's done. Best kiss went to Emma Roberts, Jennifer Aniston and Will Poulter.

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<<CUT *001 (04/14/14)>> 00:14 "Games Catching Fire (cheers)"

Johnny Depp, announcing winner of movie of the year award

Here's Johnny Depp, announcing the winner of movie of the year award. COURTESY: MTV ((mandatory on-air credit))

<<CUT *002 (04/14/14)>> 00:14 "him as well"

Josh Hutcherson, accepting movie of the year award for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"

Josh Hutcherson says they're thinking of their friend and co-star, the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. COURTESY: MTV ((mandatory on-air credit))

<<CUT *003 (04/14/14)>> 00:17 "many talented people"

Mark Wahlberg, accepting the generation, career achievement award

Mark Wahlberg jokes being honored for his career must mean he's finished. COURTESY: MTV ((mandatory on-air credit))

<<CUT *004 (04/14/14)>> 00:16 "guys so much"

Jared Leto, accepting best transformation award for "Dallas Buyers Club"

Jared Leto says the battle against AIDS and intolerance continues. COURTESY: MTV ((mandatory on-air credit))

<<CUT *005 (04/14/14)>> 00:10 "an extra ticket (cheers)"

Jared Leto

Jared Leto jokes he's looking for a lift back to the big Southern California rock festival. COURTESY: MTV ((mandatory on-air credit))

<<CUT *006 (04/14/14)>> 00:17 "thank you guys (cheers)"

Mila Kunis, accepting award for best villain for "Oz the Great and Powerful."

Mila Kunis can't believe she's won for the best movie villain. COURTESY: MTV ((mandatory on-air credit))

<<CUT *007 (04/14/14)>> 00:12 "to you all"

Channing Tatum, accepting trailblazer award

Channing Tatum says he's not sure he deserves to be honored. COURTESY: MTV ((mandatory on-air credit))

<<CUT *008 (04/14/14)>> 00:13 "to my fans ... (cheers)"

Zac Efron, accepting best shirtless performance

Presenter Rita Ora strips off Zac Efron's shirt as the crowd cheers. COURTESY: MTV ((mandatory on-air credit))

BOX OFFICE

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Captain America is the five star general at your local multiplex. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" stays number one for a second straight weekend. It brings in more than $41 million this weekend. World wide the new Captain America movie is approaching the half billion dollar mark -- soaring past the total take of the first installment. "Rio 2" opens in a close second. The openings of "Oculus" and "Draft Day" are third and fourth this weekend.

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Jamie Friar

"Captain America" still is standing tall. The AP's Jamie Friar has the weekend box office results. ((opens with sound))

<<CUT *010 (04/14/14)>> 00:14 "the first installment"

Jamie Friar

The AP's Jamie Friar reports "Captain America" is the five-star general at your local multiplex.

<<CUT *011 (04/14/14)>> 00:16 "''

Excerpt of sound from "Captain America: The Winter Soldier"

Excerpt of sound from "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" which was tops at the weekend box office.

''RIO 2"

LONDON (AP) — Jemaine Clement (kluh-MENT') is a popular guy at children's parties these days. When he brings his kid to a party, the other children ask him about being the voice of Nigel the cockatoo in the "Rio" movies. He then gives them Nigel's freaky laugh. He says "that seems to go well."

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<<CUT *012 (04/14/14)>> 00:15 "tried to do"

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway says she wore a special shirt while speaking for a blue bird in "Rio 2."

<<CUT *013 (04/14/14)>> 00:14 "that freaky laugh (laughs)"

Jemaine Clement (kleh-MENT')

Jemaine Clement says being the voice of Nigel the cockatoo makes him popular with kids.

''CAPTAIN AMERICA"

LONDON (AP) — Sure it looks cool on screen to see all those superheroes saving the world in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," but it's different on set. Scarlett Johansson says it can be a bit silly when they're all standing around "in these ridiculous costumes." She says no matter what Chris Evans says about how cool he looks, she reminds him that he's wearing tights.

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<<CUT *014 (04/14/14)>> 00:09 "meal number seven"

Sebastian Stan

Sebastian Sam says he had to eat all the time to bulk up for the movie.

<<CUT *015 (04/14/14)>> 00:08 "was very difficult"

Anthony Mackie

Anthony Mackie says it was hard eating healthy food where he lives.

<<CUT *016 (04/14/14)>> 00:08 "and some potatoes"

Anthony Mackie

Anthony Mackie says he pigged out when filming was over.

<<CUT *017 (04/14/14)>> 00:12 "you're wearing tights"

Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson says a set full of superheroes in their costumes looks funny, even Captain America.

''DIVERGENT" FINALE TO BE SPLIT IN TWO PARTS

LOS ANGELES (AP) — They did it with "The Hunger Games," the "Twilight" movies and "Harry Potter" and now they're doing it with "Divergent." The third and final film will be split in two parts. The first part of "Allegiant" will be out in March 2016. Part two will be out a year after that. The second film "Insurgent" is due out next year.

''DANCING WITH THE STARS"

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The celebrities are back with their regular partners tonight on "Dancing With the Stars." They'll dance to songs from Disney movies, including "The Lion King," ''Aladdin," ''The Little Mermaid," and, of course, "Frozen." Disney animation will also be worked into the show. Season 9 champ Donny Osmond will be the guest judge. Another star will be sent home.

''AMERICAN IDOL" - MALAYA: STUPID BOYS NOT ALLOWED

LOS ANGELES (AP) — When Malaya returns to finish her junior year in high school, she might find being on "American Idol" made her more popular with boys. If so, they'll have to possess these qualities: Malaya says they have to play football and be taller than her when she's in heels. They have to have "a nice side and be loyal and honest." And, above all, she says "they can't be stupid." Malaya hopes to get her braces off when she gets home, too.

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Michael Weinfeld

Malaya Watson has a bright future, being the youngest finalist in "American Idol" history. AP Entertainment Editor Michael Weinfeld tells us what's ahead.

<<CUT *026 (04/14/14)>> 00:09 "get back home"

Malaya (muh-LY'-uh) Watson

Malaya Watson says he hopes to get her braces off soon.

<<CUT *027 (04/14/14)>> 00:10 "whatever comes up"

Malaya (muh-LY'-uh) Watson

Malaya Watson was asked how she can go back to high school after being a finalist on "American Idol."

<<CUT *028 (04/14/14)>> 00:06 "do on tour"

Malaya (muh-LY'-uh) Watson

Malaya Watson was asked if she hopes to play her tuba on the "American Idol" tour.

<<CUT *029 (04/14/14)>> 00:09 "loyal and honest"

Malaya (muh-LY'-uh) Watson

Malaya Watson says there are certain qualities a boy has to have for her to go out with him.

JOHNNY DEPP ON TURNING 50

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Johnny Depp has had 10 months to get used to turning 50 last June and he finds he's calmer than he used to be. He tells Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show that he still has some "weirdness," but he's lost some of his "rage." He says he has "far less drama in his life." His love life has settled down, too. Depp is engaged to Amber Heard.

TNT TURNING "THE LIBRARIAN" MOVIES INTO A SERIES

LOS ANGELES (AP) — "The Librarian" movies that Noah Wyle has been starring in on TNT have been such a success they're being turned into a series. Wyle's going to executive produce the series which will star Rebecca Romijn (roh-MAYN'). Wyle will have a recurring role as Flynn Carsen, who he played in the movies. TNT has ordered 10 episodes of what will be called "The Librarians."

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