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Tom Hiddleston and The Avengers lead the Total Film Hotlist Award winners

 

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The Total Film Hotlist Awards called upon you to name the most exciting movies and talent existing in this very moment, based on recent and upcoming release s.

Well, the votes have been painstakingly counted, and full coverage of the awards can be found in the brand new issue of Total Film magazine (out now, and also available on iPad ).

There was an immense amount of love for Tom Hiddleston (so good as one of the year’s most hissable villains, Loki) and Avengers Assemble , with the superhero epic winning Hottest Director (for Joss Whedon), Hottest Film and Hottest Scene (‘Puny God’). On top of that, S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Maria Hill (better known in real-life as Cobie Smulders), picked up Hottest Newcomer (Female).

Kristen Stewart came top in the Hottest Actress category, and The Hobbit managed to snaffle a couple of awards.

Check out the full list of winners of below:

Hottest Film:
Avengers Assemble

Hottest Actor: Tom Hiddleston ( Avengers Assemble , The Deep Blue Sea , Midnight In Paris )

Hottest Actress: Kristen Stewart ( Snow White And The Huntsman , On The Road , The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 )

Hottest Director: Joss Whedon ( Avengers Assemble )

Hottest Writer: Abi Morgan ( Shame , The Iron Lady )

Hottest New Filmmaker: Lena Dunham ( Tiny Furniture , Girls )

Hottest Newcomer Male:
Liam Hemsworth ( The Hunger Games , The Expendables 2 )

Hottest Newcomer Female: Cobie Smulders ( Avengers Assemble , Iron Man 3 )

Hottest Scene: ‘Puny God’ ( Avengers Assemble )

Hottest Trailer: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

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Hottest Book: The Hobbit

Hottest TV Show: Sherlock
 

For full coverage on the Total Film Hotlist and all its winners, pick up a copy of the new issue of Total Film magazine, which is out now.



And try out our brilliant interactive iPad edition ! Read about the key features of Total Film ’s interactive iPad edition .

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If you prefer your magazine paper-y, worry not – the regular edition of the magazine is going nowhere. Subscribe to Total Film magazine.

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