It may not air until until Tuesday, October 10 but that isn't going to stop us from spilling the beans about Spike TV's Scream Awards.
The worlds of horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and comic books took over Hollywood during a celebration of all four genres at Spike TV's SCREAM AWARDS 2006 ceremony, which taped at the historic Pantages Theater this evening and airs on Tuesday, October 10 (10: 00 PM - Midnight, ET/PT). The festivities were hosted by Rosario Dawson, Rose McGowan and Marley Shelton (stars of Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez's upcoming film Grind House)
Amid the evening's flying bats, roaming zombies, and My Chemical Romance's elaborate performance of "Welcome to the Black Parade," this summer's blockbuster "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest," strutted away with four awards, followed by the hit film Batman Begins, which picked up three awards.
Kate Beckinsale (Underworld: Evolution) was bestowed the title of "Scream Queen," Evangeline Lilly ("Lost") was designated "Fantasy Fox," and Jessica Alba was named "Sexiest Superhero" for her work on Fantastic Four.
Special Honorees for the evening included Frank Miller, (Sin City and the upcoming 300) who received the first annual "Comic-Con Icon Award" "Scream Mastermind Award" winners Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez, whose thriller "Grindhouse" hits theaters in 2007, and the dark prince himself, Ozzy Osbourne, who was presented with the "Scream Rock Immortal Award."
A full list of winners is included below:
THE MOST ANTICIPATED MOVIE: Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End
THE ULTIMATE SCREAM: Batman Begins
BEST HORROR MOVIE: The Devil's Rejects
BEST FANTASY MOVIE: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
BEST SCI-FI MOVIE: V For Vendetta
BEST TV SHOW: Battlestar Galactica: Season 2.5
BEST SEQUEL: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
FANTASY FOX: EVANGELINE LILLY AS KATE AUSTEN, Lost: The Complete Second Season - The Extended Experience
BEST REMAKE: King Kong
BEST SUPERHERO: BRANDON ROUTH AS SUPERMAN, Superman Returns
SEXIEST SUPERHERO: JESSICA ALBA AS "THE INVISIBLE WOMAN," Fantastic Four
BEST COMIC-TO-SCREEN ADAPTATION: Army of Darkness
MOST MEMORABLE MUTILATION: THE EYE REMOVAL, Hostel
MOST HEROIC PERFORMANCE: JOHNNY DEPP, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
SCREAM QUEEN: KATE BECKINSALE AS "SELENE," Underworld: Evolution
MOST VILE VILLAIN: LESLIE EASTERBROOK, SID HAIG, BILL MOSELEY AND SHERI MOON ZOMBIE AS "THE FIREFLY CLAN" The Devil's Rejects
BREAKOUT PERFORMANCE: JENNIFER CARPENTER AS EMILY ROSE, The Exorcism of Emily Rose
THE "HOLY SH%T!"AWARD: THE EYE REMOVAL, Hostel
BEST DIRECTOR: CHRISTOPHER NOLAN, Batman Begins
BEST SCREAMPLAY: Batman Begins, WRITTEN BY DAVID S. GOYER & CHRISTOPHER NOLAN
BEST FOREIGN MOVIE: High Tension
BEST FLESH SCENE: FAMKE JANSSEN & HUGH JACKMAN, X-Men: The Last Stand
BEST COMIC BOOK: MARVEL ZOMBIES
BEST SCREEN-TO-COMIC ADAPTATION: X-Men: The Last Stand
BEST RACK ON THE RACK: "VAMPIRELLA"
BEST COMIC BOOK WRITER: FRANK MILLER, BATMAN & ROBIN
BEST COMIC BOOK ARTIST: SEAN PHILLIPS, MARVEL ZOMBIES
BEST INTERNET PARODY: "HOW SUPERMAN SHOULD HAVE ENDED," HOW IT SHOULD HAVE ENDED.COM
MOST SHOCKING COMIC BOOK TWIST: PETER PARKER REVEALS THAT HE'S SPIDERMAN, "CIVIL WAR"
COMIC-CON ICON AWARD: FRANK MILLER
SCREAM MASTERMIND AWARD: QUENTIN TARANTINO & ROBERT RODRIGUEZ, Grind House
SCREAM ROCK IMMORTAL: OZZY OSBOURNE
RUTHLESS FILMMAKER AWARD: DARREN LYNN BOSEMAN, ARK BURG, OREN KOULES, JAMES WAN AND LEIGH WHANNELL, Saw franchise.