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Twilight actress Kristen Stewart picks up Scream award
18 October 2010
Last updated at 10:52
Vampire film Twilight and TV programme True Blood dominated this year's Scream awards, which recognise horror, sci-fi and fantasy movies and series.
Kristen Stewart thanked the crowd after being voted best fantasy actress at this year's Scream horror awards in Los Angeles. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse also picked up best fantasy movie.
TV vampire series True Blood had a successful night being voted best TV show. British actor Stephen Moyer collected the best scene award after his character Bill twisted the head of his maker Lorena 180 degrees during sex.
Stephen Moyer's co-star and new wife Anna Paquin was voted best horror actress. More winners will be announced when the Scream awards show is broadcast on American TV on Tuesday (19 October).
Alexander Skarsgard was another winner from True Blood. He was voted best horror actor for his portrayal of vampire sheriff Eric Northman. Fans vote online for awards in 30 categories, including best villain and memorable mutilation.
Other honorary tribute awards are also handed out at the event every year. One of those went to Ryan Reynolds, who was on hand to pick up the most anticipated movie award for his upcoming superhero film, Green Lantern.
Nikki Reed from Twilight (left) and Paul Wesley from The Vampire Diaries (middle) were photographed before the award ceremony on the red carpet. There was also a live performance from M.I.A. (right) who wore a burqa.
Megan Fox handed out the villain award to Mickey Rourke for his role as Ivan Vanko in Iron Man 2. Other winners included James Cameron (best director - Avatar) and Inception (the ultimate scream, best ensemble, fight scene).
Neve Campbell, Emma Roberts and David Arquette joined director Wes Craven on stage during the show for a sneak peak at their new film, Scream 4. There were also clips from Harry Potter, The Walking Dead and The Rite.
Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox were given a standing ovation as they reunited with a DeLorean car to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Back to the Future. celebrities were also asked for their memories of watching the films.
The audience at the Scream awards also got into the spirit of the event by dressing up as their favourite characters, complete with face paint. Another honorary award was handed out to Lost, which was given a farewell tribute.
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