INCEPTION Wins The Most Scream Awards
Published: October 20, 2010 - 9:08am
Christopher Nolan's mind boggling epic Inception took home the most awards last night at Spike's 2010 Scream Awards; Plus the full list of winners.
Inception won six awards including the evening's top honor, 'The Ultimate Scream', which was a mashup of the year's best TV shows and movies in one category.
The Scream Awards also showed many exclusive clips and trailers, including the first look at the upcoming Green Lantern film's power battery and Oath speech. Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reunited on stage as part of the 25th anniversary of Back to the Future in the night's most heart-filled moment. Bill Murray also made an appearence to accept his award for 'Best Cameo' and 'Best Horror Film' for Zombieland, and he did it all in his Ghostbusters outfit. A hint of things to come?
Here's the full list of winners - many were not shown during the two-hour broadcast on Spike.
- The Ultimate Scream: "Inception"
- Most Anticipated Movie: "Green Lantern"
- Best Movie:
- Science Fiction: "Inception"
- Fantasy Movie: "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse"
- Horror Movie: "Zombieland"
- Best Actor:
- Science Fiction: Leonardo DiCaprio, "Inception"
- Fantasy: Robert Pattinson, "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse"
- Horror: Alexander Skarsgard, "True Blood"
- Supporting Actor: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, "Inception"
- Breakout Performance: Tom Hardy, "Inception"
- Best Actress:
- Science Fiction: Scarlett Johansson, "Iron Man 2"
- Fantasy: Kristen Stewart, "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse"
- Horror: Anna Paquin, "True Blood"
- Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway, "Alice in Wonderland"
- Breakout Performance: Chloe Moretz, "Kick-Ass"
- Best Director: James Cameron, "Avatar"
- Best Scream-Play: Laeta Kalogridis, "Shutter Island"
- Best Villain: Mickey Rourke, "Iron Man 2"
- Best Superhero: Robert Downey Jr., "Iron Man 2"
- Best Cameo: Bill Murray, "Zombieland"
- Best Ensemble: "Zombieland"
- Best TV Show: "True Blood"
- Best Television Performance: Matthew Fox in "Lost"
- Fight Scene of the Year: Anti-gravity hotel fight in "Inception"
- Most Memorable Mutilation: Surgically transformed into human centipede in "The Human Centipede"
- Holy Sh!t Scene of the Year: Head twisted 180 degrees during sex in "True Blood"
- 3-D Top Three Award: "Avatar"
- Best F/X: "Avatar"
- Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel: "The Walking Dead"
- Best Comic Book Writer: Geoff Johns for "Blackest Night", "Brightest Day", "The Flash" and "Green Lantern"
- Best Comic Book Artist: Frank Quietly for "Batman and Robin"
- Best Comic Book Movie: "Kick-Ass"