And Your 2010 Scream Awards Winners Are….

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Maybe it’s less prestigious than the Oscars, but the Spike Scream Awards tries to honor the best in cult/nerd/sci-f/fantasy culture. These films might not be known as the best of their generation, but you definitely went to the theater and saw these films, sometimes even multiple times. The show filmed a couple of days ago, and footage leaked before the show aired last night, including the much-anticipated Scream 4 trailer which they ended up releasing online before the event.

If you didn’t see it, here’s one of the best parts – Bill Murray accepting the award for Zombieland as a g. Early promotion for the upcoming film? Whatever, he still looks good in the suit after all these years, and if it’s the original suit and he still fits, kudos to him. (More on TechlandGhostbusters III: Reitman Will Suit Up Again (Proton Pack, Of Course))

More importantly, they revealed the Green Lantern battery for the upcoming film. Smaller pictures of it have leaked online, but take a look at the giant-sized one standing on stage. (More on Techland: Rumor PaTroll: Aronofsky Negotiating Wolverine 2, Green Lantern News)

And of course, Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox appearing on stage as part of a Back To The Future reunion. (More on Techland: Marty McFly Recreates the Back To the Future Trailer Shot for Shot)

And the winners were…

The Ultimate Scream: Inception

Best Sci-Fi Movie: Inception

Best Fantasy Movie: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Best Horror Movie: Zombieland

Best Director: James Cameron – Avatar

Best Scream-play: Laeta Kalogridis – Shutter Island

Best Fantasy Actor: Robert Pattinson - The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Best Sci-Fi Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio – Inception

Best Supporting Actor: Joseph Gordon-Levitt – Inception

Breakout Male Performance: Tom Hardy – Inception

Best Fantasy Actress: Kristen Stewart – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Best Sci-Fi Actress: Scarlett Johansson – Iron Man 2

Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway – Alice in Wonderland

Breakout Female Performance: Chloe Moretz – Kick-Ass

Top Anticipated Movie: Green Lantern

Best Cameo: Bill Murray – Zombieland

Best Villain: Mickey Rourke - Iron Man 2

Best Superhero: Robert Downey Jr. – Iron Man 2

Best Ensemble: Zombieland

Most Memorable Mutilation: The Human Centipede

Fight Scene of the Year: Anti-gravity hotel fight – Inception

3D Top Three: Avatar

Best F/X: Avatar

Best Comic Book Movie: Kick-Ass

Best Worst Movie: Piranha 3-D

Scream Heroine Award: Sigourney Weaver

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