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October 18th, 2010
Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley aka Elena, Damon and Stefan of The Vampire Diaries were smoking hot and they weren’t even in direct sunlight! They showed off just how sexy modern vamps are, strutting their stuff on stage at the 2010 Scream Awards in California. The awards honour the best in science-fiction and fantasy entertainment.
Twilight’s Eclipse killed the competition for the night including wins for Best Actress, Actor, Fantasy Movie, Breakout Actor and the Ultimate Scream Award.
M.I.A. (arriving in a burqa and giving the finger – see below) performed on stage as the night’s musical act. Footage from a dozen upcoming projects was unveiled including the final Harry Potter, Scream 4 (featuring a SNEAK PEEK of Pretty Little Liars‘ Lucy Hale) and new TV series The Walking Dead.
Bella Swan aka Kirsten Stewart, Scream 4’s Emma Roberts, True Blood’s Anna Paquin, X-Men’s Halle Berry, Transformers’ Megan Fox, Back to the Future’s Michael J. Fox, and Kelly Osbourne are just some of the names that hit up the red carpet. Others included the casts of Lost, Alice in Wonderland, Iron Man 2, Avatar and Zombieland living it up with all their fans.
The full awards show airs tomorrow night. Check out this list of partial winners and a gallery of the science fiction creatures that like to party:
* The Ultimate Scream: “The Twilight Saga’s Eclipse”
* Top Anticipated Movie: “Green Lantern”
* Best Fantasy Movie: “The Twilight Saga’s Eclipse”
* Best Actress in a Fantasy Movie or TV Show: Kristen Stewart – “The Twilight Saga’s Eclipse”
* Best Actor in a Fantasy Movie or TV Show: Robert Pattinson – “The Twilight Saga’s Eclipse”
* Breakout Male Performance: Xavier Samuel – “The Twilight Saga’s Eclipse”
* Best Villain: Mickey Rourke in “Iron Man 2″
* Best F/X : “Avatar”
* Best Director: James Cameron – “Avatar”
* 3D Top Three: “Avatar”
* Best Horror Movie to “Zombieland”
* Scream Heroine Award: Sigourney Weaver
* Most Memorable Mutilation: “The Human Centipede”
* Most Mind-Bending Film: “Inception”
* Best Worst Movie: “Piranha 3-D”