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Scream 2010: Award Nominations

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The 2010 Scream Award Nominees have been announced. The 5th Annual Scream Awards honors “the best in sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and comic genres.” This years nominees comprises “the top four grossing films of 2010, totaling a US box office of over 1 billion dollars among them, and that doesn’t even include 2009’s Avatar, the most successful film in history.” Christopher Nolan‘s Inception “nabbed 15 nominations in 14 categories, one for every year the critically hailed project was in development, including nods for ‘The Ultimate Scream,’ ‘Best Ensemble,’ and ‘Fight Scene of the Year.’ ‘Kick-Ass was nominated in 13 categories for a total of 17 nominations, while Tony Stark’s adventures in ‘Iron Man 2 garnered 13 nominations. HBO’s ‘True Blood‘ had the most nominations of any television series with 10. The full listing of the films nominated for the 2010 Scream Awards is below. You can vote on your favorites at the SpikeTV website.

The Ultimate Scream
Alice in Wonderland
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
Lost
True Blood
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Zombieland

Best Science Fiction Movie
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Predators
The Road

Best Fantasy Movie
Alice in Wonderland
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Kick-Ass
Toy Story 3
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Where the Wild Things Are

Best Horror Movie
The Crazies
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Paranormal Activity
Shutter Island
Thirst
Zombieland

Best TV Show
Dexter
Doctor Who
Lost
True Blood
V

Best Director
Neill Blomkamp, District 9
Tim Burton, Alice in Wonderland
James Cameron, Avatar
Roland Emmerich, 2012
Christopher Nolan, Inception
Martin Scorsese, Shutter Island

Best Scream-play
District 9, written by Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell
Inception, written by Christopher Nolan
Kick-Ass, written by Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman
Shutter Island, written by Laeta Kalogridis
Toy Story 3, written by Michael Arndt
Zombieland written by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese

Best Fantasy Actress
Cate Blanchett, Robin Hood
Lily Cole, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Chloe Grace Moretz, Kick-Ass
Saoirse Ronan, The Lovely Bones
Kristen Stewart, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Mia Wasikowska, Alice in Wonderland

Best Fantasy Actor
Nicolas Cage, Kick-Ass
Johnny Depp, Alice in Wonderland
Tom Hanks, Toy Story 3
Aaron Johnson, Kick-Ass
Taylor Lautner, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Robert Pattinson, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Best Science Fiction Actress
Scarlett Johansson, Iron Man 2
Mila Kunis, The Book of Eli
Evangeline Lilly, Lost
Ellen Page, Inception
Gwyneth Paltrow, Iron Man 2
Zoe Saldana, Avatar

Best Science Fiction Actor
Sharlto Copley, District 9
Leonardo DiCaprio, Inception
Robert Downey Jr, Iron Man 2
Matthew Fox, Lost
Josh Holloway, Lost
Denzel Washington, The Book of Eli

Best Horror Actress
Julie Benz, Dexter
Emily Blunt, The Wolfman
Charlotte Gainsbourg, Antichrist
Milla Jovovich, The Fourth Kind
Anna Paquin, True Blood
Emma Stone, Zombieland

Best Horror Actor
Leonardo DiCaprio, Shutter Island
Michael C Hall, Dexter
Woody Harrelson, Zombieland
Stephen Moyer, True Blood
Timothy Olyphant, The Crazies
Alexander Skarsgard, True Blood

Best Villain
Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street
Stephen Lang as Col. Miles Quaritch, Avatar
Dieter Laser as Dr. Joseph Heiter, The Human Centipede
John Lithgow as the Trinity Killer, Dexter
Terry O’Quinn as John Locke/Smoke Monster, Lost
Mickey Rourke as Ivan Vanko, Iron Man 2

Best Superhero
Nicolas Cage, Kick-Ass
Robert Downey Jr, Iron Man 2
Aaron Johnson, Kick-Ass
Chloe Grace Moretz, Kick-Ass
Zachary Quinto, Heroes
Tom Welling, Smallville

Best Supporting Actor
Don Cheadle, Iron Man 2
Sir Ben Kingsley, Shutter Island
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Inception
Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Kick-Ass
Mark Ruffalo, Shutter Island
Sam Trammell, True Blood

Best Supporting Actress
Abigail Breslin, Zombieland
Jennifer Carpenter, Dexter
Marion Cotillard, Inception
Anne Hathaway, Alice in Wonderland
Yunjin Kim, Lost
Sigourney Weaver, Avatar

Breakout Performance – Female
Deborah Ann Woll, True Blood
Gemma Arterton, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Morena Baccarin, V
Lyndsy Fonseca, Kick-Ass
Chloe Grace Moretz, Kick-Ass
Mia Wasikowska, Alice in Wonderland

Breakout Performance – Male
Sharlto Copley, District 9
Andrew Garfield, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Tom Hardy, Inception
Aaron Johnson, Kick-Ass
Xavier Samuel, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Kodi Smit-McPhee, The Road

Best Cameo
Bubo the Mechanical Owl, Clash of the Titans
Michael Caine, Inception
Rosario Dawson, Percy Jackson
Stan Lee, Iron Man 2
Bill Murray, Zombieland

Best Ensemble
Inception
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
Lost
True Blood
Zombieland

Most Memorable Mutilation
Body dissolved by hydrofluoric acid, Saw VI
Forced to cut off own flesh and arm, Saw VI
Heart cut out of chest, cut up into souffle and fed to people, True Blood
Scalped with a hunting knife, Inglourious Basterds
Surgically transformed into human centipede, The Human Centipede
Zombie shot in the mouth by flare gun, Survival of the Dead

Best Fight Scene of the Year
Aisha vs Clay, The Losers
Anti-gravity hotel fight, Inception
Hit-Girl vs the Drug Dealers, Kick-Ass
Final battle: Iron Man and Rhodes vs Vanko and the Drones, Iron Man 2
Final battle: Na’vi vs the military, Avatar
Perseus and the Heroes vs Medusa, Clash of the Titans

Holy Sh*t! Scene of the Year
Damon Macready shoots little daughter Mindy in chest, Kick-Ass
The destruction of Los Angeles, 2012
Dren mates with Clive, Splice
Freight train drives through city street, Inception
Head twisted 180 degrees during sex, True Blood
Paris street folds over onto itself, Inception

3-D Top 3
Alice in Wonderland
Avatar
Toy Story 3

Best F/X
2012
Avatar
District 9
Inception
Iron Man 2
Zombieland

Best Comic Book Movie
Iron Man 2
Kick-Ass
The Losers

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  • gambit116

    The Scream Awards suck.Just like a MTV bs show.If you believe this shit is scream worthy can’t wait for more PG-13 remakes.Seems like they’re pushing Inception and True Blood.Where does 3-d come into this?Is Alice in Wonderland and f’n Toy Story 3 horror?Started out right but now it’s a big f’n joke.My Scream Award goes to the people who sold out.May your babies be zombies and eat your dicks.

  • The 3D is bs. Come on now. This awards show does have a better presentation than the Emmys or Oscars do though. Substance-wise…

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