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2011 Scream Awards Winners in Movie: 'Deathly Hallows II' Wins Top Honor

October 17, 2011 (6:02 am) GMT
The final installment of the 'Harry Potter' film franchise grabbed not less than six awards, including The Ultimate Scream, Best Scream-Play and Best F/X.

Spike TV has announced the winners of the 2011 Scream Awards, which was held at Universal Studios Hollywood on Saturday, October 15. This year, "" was dominating the awarding event in movie categories. The final installment of the wizard boy film franchise nabbed six awards, including the top honor, The Ultimate Scream.

Aside from the Ultimate Scream award, "Deathly Hallows II" also grabbed the trophies for Best Scream-Play and Best F/X. Lead actor accepted the prize for Best Fantasy Actor, while took home the Best Villain award for his portrayal as Lord Voldemort. Additionally, the film grabbed a kudo for Holy Sh*t Scene of the Year.

Other movies that also nabbed more than one award during the event were "" and "". "Black Swan" grabbed the Best Director, Best Fantasy Actress and Best Supporting Actress, while "X-Men" won the Best Fantasy Movie and Best Cameo.

Meanwhile, Christopher Nolan's "" won the special award for Most Anticipated Movie. Its leading stars , and were on hand to accept the award.

That night, presented an exclusive clip of his anticipated movie "" after receiving the Maverick Award. , meanwhile, accepted the Hero Award before presenting a never-before-seen footage of "".

The sixth annual Scream Awards, which was attended by the likes of , , , , , , and among others, will air on Tuesday, October 18 at 9 P.M. ET on Spike TV. In TV categories, "" and "" won big with three kudos each.



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