Saturday 10 December 2016

Twilight gets the most Screams

Published 18/10/2010 | 11:44

Kristen Stewart represented Twilight at the Scream Awards
Kristen Stewart represented Twilight at the Scream Awards

Kristen Stewart was the belle of Spike TV's annual Scream Awards at the weekend, as Twilight swept the board at the ceremony.

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Kristen picked up Best Fantasy Actress and was joined by co-stars Jackson Rathbone and Nikki Reed to pick up the Best Fantasy Film award for Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Best Fantasy Actor was awarded to co-star and boyfriend Robert Pattinson and Xavier Samuel scooped The Ultimate Scream and Breakout Male Performance.

The evening was a retro spooky spectacular, with Sigourney Weaver emerging from a giant brain-shaped pod to accept Heroine honours from James Cameron.

Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd got a standing ovation as they reunited with a DeLorean car to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Back To The Future and Bill Murray appeared in full Ghostbusters gear to claim an award for Zombieland.

The cast of HBO's True Blood - including Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard, Sam Trammell and creator Alan Ball - appeared together to claim several awards and Jimmy Kimmel honoured the cast of Lost with a special farewell in front of a flaming piece of fuselage.

Other famous faces to appear among the fire-breathing gargoyles on stage included Halle Berry, Megan Fox, Don Cheadle, Kelly Osbourne, Mickey Rourke and M.I.A., who arrived in a burqa.

There were sneak previews of new movies and shows, with Wes Craven, Neve Campbell, Emma Roberts and David Arquette presenting footage from Scream 4.

The stars of Paranormal Activity and The Walking Dead also presented never-before-seen clips. Sir Anthony Hopkins introduced a look at The Rite and There was also a peek at the latest Harry Potter film.

But the most anticipated movie, according to Spike viewers, was Green Lantern, and stars Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively appeared together to accept the night's final prize.

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