A stunning Halle Berry opened the Scream 2010 Awards on Saturday night 10/16 and presented the Ultimate Scream award to the film Inception.
Fans were also treated to a film clip of “Super” featuring Jim Trains of The Office (Dwight). He is a super hero who takes care of evil by wielding a wrench.
True Blood fans were not disappointed to see Stephen Moyer win for the Holy Sh#t Moment. Stephen Moyer accepted the award for his twisted sex scene with Mariana Klavenko in True Blood’s season 3.
The amazing set backdrop of the Scream Awards started glowing and showing a certain very famous car and the music from “Back to the Future” played. David Spade appeared on stage coming out of the DeLorean and then co-stars Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyed hugged in front of the DeLorean as they took home the 25th Anniversary Award for Robert Zemeckis’ time traveling movie.
The stars of the upcoming AMC series “Walking Dead” presented the award for best Comic Book and it was a good thing since “Walking Dead” won! The audience was shown a world premiere of the upcoming series “Walking Dead”.
Aaron Eckhart who will be appearing in the upcoming film “Battlefield Los Angeles” presented the Best Fantasy Actress award to Kristen Stewart.
The Comic Con Icon award was announced and Ray Bradbury is the 2010 winner.
Sir Anthony Hopkins presented the World Premiere for what appears to be one of the scariest movies that will soon be released (an exorcist type film).
A change of pace next when George Hardy from Troll 2 was on stage for “Best Worst Movie”. The winner chosen by fans for this category was “Piranhna 3-D.
More amazing film trailers were shown including the new Harry Potter movie.
The cast of “Lost” led by Jorge Garcia took the Award for Final Farewell. A montage of the series was shown on the big screen for fans. ( I still can’t follow that series!)
Eli Roth presented the award for Best Mutilation. This category really made a lot of the audience close their eyes for most of the presentation since all the nominees were being shown on the big screen and yes it was very gross! The winner was The Human Centipede.
By 9:05 pm on Saturday the slight drizzle that had started hours earlier was coming down full force but that did not dampen our mood. Especially for this True Blood fan! The category for Best TV Show was presented by Marilyn Manson. A little trailer featuring a vampire couple and the slayers had already done away with the guy and the female was brought out on stage and set a fire! There were some technical issues with the microphone due to the rain but that did not stop fans from hearing that the winner for Best TV Show was “True Blood”. Alan Ball accepted the award (and made a joke that since he had just broken a toe he could use the spike to break another one). Also on stage were Stephen Moyer, Anna Paquin, Rutina Wesley , Kristin Bauer, Sam Trammell, and Alexander Skarsgard.
Sarah Silverman presented the Best Movie award to Zombieland.
Bill Murray turned up in his “Ghostbusters” gear to accept the award for Best Horror Movie for “Zombieland.” He listed many of those from SNL that are no longer with us as thanks for all the great work. He also was the winner for the Best Cameo Scream Award.
Nikki Reed introduced MIA who performed one of their new songs. (featuring photos of very inebriated people).
The cast of Vampire Diaries presented the Award for Best Horror Actress Anna Paquin for her work as Sookie Stackhouse on True Blood.
Don Cheadle started off the final act of the Awards. Sigourney Weaver came out on stage in a large “egg” (looked like something from her famous role in “Alien”) for her award of Scream Heroine. James Cameron accepted the award for Top 3d Movie-Avatar and while on stage he also found out that he received an award for best Effects, and Best Director.
Rosario Dawson presented the award for Best Fantasy Film to “Twilight Saga: Eclipse,”. Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone and Kristen Stewart were on had to accept the award. In addition, the Breakout Male Performance: went to Xavier Samuel, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
Blake Lively presented the Most Anticipated Movie to Ryan Reynolds for Green Lantern. The audience all had rings that lit up in the green lantern light style and were proudly wearing when Ryan Reynolds came out on stage.
The 2010 Scream Awards will air tonight on Spike TV.
UPDATE: Now that the show has aired here is the listing of all the winners:
The Ultimate Scream:
Most Anticipated Movie:
Best Fantasy Movie:
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Best Science Fiction Movie: Inception
Best Horror Movie:
Best TV Show:
James Cameron – Avatar
Best Scream-Play: Shutter Island
Best Fantasy Actress:
Kristen Stewart – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Best Fantasy Actor: Robert Pattinson – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Best Science Fiction Actress: Scarlett Johansson – Iron Man 2
Best Science Fiction Actor: Leonardo Dicaprio – Inception
Best Horror Actress:
Anna Paquin – True Blood
Best Horror Actor:
Alexander Skarsgård – True Blood
Mickey Rourke – Iron Man 2
Best Superhero: Robert Downy Jr. – Iron Man
Best Supporting Actor: Joseph Gordon-Levitt – Inception
Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway – Alice in Wonderland
Breakout Performance Female: Chloe Grace Moretz – Kick-Ass
Breakout Performance Male: Tom Hardy – Inception
Best Cameo: Bill Murray – Zombieland
Best Ensemble: Zombieland
Most Memorable Mutilation:
The Human Centipede (First Sequence)
Best Fight Scene: Anti Gravity Hotel Fight – Inception
Holy Sh!t Scene of the Year:
True Blood – Twisted Sex
3-D Top Three Award:
Best Television Performance: Matthew Fox – Lost
Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel:
The Walking Dead
Author Robert Kirkman
Best Comic Book Writer:
Best Comic Book Artist:Frank Quietly – Batman & Robin – Batman
Best Comic Book Movie: Kick-Ass
Scream Heroine Award:
Best Worst Movie:
2010 Comic Con Icon Award: