At last night’s Scream Awards, Spike TV premiered a creepy and atmospheric (but brief) new trailer for the upcoming supernatural thriller The Woman in Black right after star Daniel Radcliffe accepted the award for Ultimate SCREAM on behalf of the Harry Potter film series (watch video of that here). Check out the new trailer here below.
Spike TV hosted their annual Scream Awards this past weekend that showcases the best in horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and comics. And the award for the Most Anticipated Movie of 2012 category obviously went to the only 2012 movie that is on my radar, The Dark Knight Rises.
I mean, really, how could it have gone to anything else? Is there even another movie coming out that year? But seriously, The Dark Knight Rises is easily at the top section of most people’s list for next year, so it’s not a surprise that this film was chosen. What was a surprise, however was the fact that Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Gary “The Man” Oldman, and Anne Hathaway showed up to accept the award. In the video, which you can watch here below, Hathaway gives an acceptance speech on behalf of the cast and crew of the movie while showing her enthusiasm for playing the role of Catwoman and also doing a hilarious impersonation of Christian Bale’s Batman.
At the Spike TV 2011 Scream Awards, Piranha 3D won the award for Most Memorable Mutilation for the scene where the girl gets scalped alive by a motorboat.
To accept the award was none other than Scalped Alive By Motorboat Girl herself, a massive digitally projected talking head which arose from the pool of water on stage, who, while honored and excited to accept the award, went on to introduce the world premiere of the teaser trailer for Piranha 3D.
At Spike TV’s 2011 Scream Awards, iconic Star Wars villain Darth Vader won the Ultimate Villain award. But even someone as villainous as the Dark Lord of the Sith has fears — of his creator George Lucas and his tendency to digitally revise cinematic history.
As the heavy-breathing black-cloaked Sith lord came out to accept his award, he expressed his worry about Lucas, saying he could “digitally enhanced you in the DVD release.”