The MTV Movie Awards 2015 is here, and the winner of the Best Picture award is: The Man Who Wasn’t There

The awards season is here and the awards are getting even more exciting.

The annual MTV Movie Award ceremony was held at the Beverly Hilton on Sunday night, and it was packed with a bunch of movies that won’t be hitting theaters anytime soon, including The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (which has been nominated for five awards already), The Help (the showrunner has already been nominated twice), and Spotlight (which won two nominations in the past). 

The showrunners behind those movies, Nick Cannon and Jonathan Nolan, are now poised to take home the Best Director award. 

Nolan will receive his first Oscar nomination this year for his screenplay of the Oscar-nominated feature The Imitation Game, which will also get the Best Original Screenplay award for The Theory of Everything. 

And Cannon will be the new face of the awards after his film, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, won Best Picture in the genre earlier this year. 

The nominees are also the same five that won Best Adapted Screenplay for The Immoral, The Theory Of Everything, The Girl On The Train, The Blind Side, and The Theory Is True. 

If you’re looking for something that will give you goosebumps, check out the list of nominees below: Best Director, Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Sound Editing, and Best Original Score for The Man from U.C., The Theory is True, The Impersonator, The Help, Spotlight, and Spotlight. 

Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography (and Best Sound), Best Original Song (and a Best Original Music Video), and Best Adaptive Screenplay (and The Impostor) for The Help. 

Movies for adults: The Theory, The Woman, The Man, The Problem With Mr. Kennedy, The Lady in the Van, The Truth, and There Will Be Blood. 

Music video: The Girl on the Train. 

New movie: The Blindside. 

First trailer: There Will be Blood.