Sure, we love tuning into the Teen Choice Awards to see who’ll be going home with a coveted surfboard “trophy,” but let’s be real… we’re totally into seeing if the Choice Movie: Liplock winners get steamy onstage! Here’s a look at this year’s potential stage smoochers.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
There’s certainly something to be said for having chemistry and — despite the whole cheating-scandal hiccup — Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have sparks in spades. It’s no wonder they keep winning this award every year. After watching this montage of their kissing scenes in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, we need a cold shower.
Emma Watson and Logan Lerman
Even though we had our reservations about Hermoine kissing anyone other than Ron Weasley, Emma Watson and Logan Lerman’s make-out session as Sam and Charlie in The Perks of Being a Wallflower proved — dare we admit? — endearing. We silently cheered for Charlie for finally being able to tell Sam exactly how he felt.
Anna Kendrick and Skylar Astin
We pretty much loved everything about Pitch Perfect, and that includes the icing-on-the-cake kiss between Beca and Jesse — Anna Kendrick and Skylar Astin, respectively — at the end. It was one of those happy moments where everything falls into place and you half-expect little cartoon birds to start fluttering around like they do during cloyingly sweet scenes in Disney movies.
Alden Ehrenreich and Alice Englert
We can only hope the epic love story of Lena Duchannes and Ethan Wate from Beautiful Creatures will gain traction like Twilight‘s Bella and Edward, because it’s a story that deserves to be told. Played by Alice Englert and Alden Ehrenreich, Lena and Ethan share a connection not even time can diminish. This montage of their kissing scenes is oh-so-romantic.
Amy Adams and Henry Cavill
Sadly, it was tricky digging up a bona fide clip of Amy Adams and Henry Cavill’s epic kiss as Lois Lane and Superman in Man of Steel. But, if you keep your eyes peeled while watching this trailer, you’ll see the pair’s breathy embrace around the 1:39 minute mark. Even at just a few fleeting seconds, this kiss — set against a backdrop of burning buildings — is enough to make us want to see the movie again.