Last night Bloody-Disgusting hit up the Spike TV Scream Awards. Held on the famous Universal Backlot the open-air event offered some cool stunts, cool presenters and cool surprises. As well as cool weather – seriously I was freezing (after almost melting in the LA heat earlier this week I couldn’t imaging needing a jacket – I was wrong).
We hit up the red carpet and checked out the show. It was my first time being at the Spike Awards and having never watched the show on television I had no idea what to expect. The night’s big winner was Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 but a lot of other films got props as well.
“After a decade of thrilling audiences worldwide and nearly eight billion dollars in global box office receipts, Spike TV presented a moving tribute to the “Harry Potter” film franchise with the help of its eponymous star, Daniel Radcliffe, and Lord Voldemort himself, Ralph Fiennes at its “SCREAM Awards 2011.” Fittingly, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2” led the way with six awards, with Radcliffe accepting the night’s top honor, “The Ultimate SCREAM,” on the film’s behalf via remote surrounded by thousands of “Harry Potter” fans in New York City.
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