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It was a big night for several of the fandoms we cover at the 2011 Scream Awards. The ceremony was taped last night (and won’t air until Tuesday on Spike), and we have a list of winners now!

- Ultimate Scream: Deathly Hallows – Part 2
- Best Fantasy Movie: X-Men: First Class
- Best TV Show: Game of Thrones
- Best Scream-Play: Deathly Hallows – Part 2
- Best Fantasy Actor: Dan Radcliffe, Deathly Hallows – Part 2
- Best Science Fiction Actor: Matt Smith, Doctor Who
- Best Horror Actor: Alexander Skarsgard, True Blood
- Best Villain: Ralph Fiennes, Deathly Hallows – Part 2
- Best Superhero: Chris Evans, Captain America
- Best Supporting Actor: Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
- Best Breakout Performance – Female: Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones
- Best Breakout Performance – Male: Joe Manganiello, True Blood
- Best Cameo: Hugh Jackman, X-Men: First CLass
- Holy Sh!t Scene of the Year: Room of Requirement Fiendfire, Deathly Hallows – Part 2
- Best F/X: Deathly Hallows – Part 2
- Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel: The Walking Dead

See a complete list of winners on Spike’s website. Were you happy with the results?

  • Bernardotriana

    This is a complet freud !!! SPIKE CHOOSE THE WINNERS !!! look at the best supporting category Alan RIckamn didnt even win! or the best fight scene i mean come on scott pilgrim ?! Im just SOOOOOO angry! and already complained to spike
    if yoiu agree with me complain too

    • Susie

      You should take a deep breath.

      • Bernardotriana

        Yes i should… but i voted every single day not only because i love harry potter but because this was the last time EVER that we get to vote for them on the scream awards… i just got so angry with them because if you look at the comments and the Harry potter facebook page you can notice that so many people were voting and i dont think any other movie that was nominated has a such big fan base as Harry does. So i jsut think That Spkie chose the winners… :/

    • Katy

      For both of those categories, Harry Potter was nominated twice. Best Supporting Actor had Rupert Grint and Alan Rickman, and Fight of the Year had The Battle of Hogwarts and The Final Battle. When the same movie is nominated twice in one category, it splits the vote. When all HP fans unite and vote, then HP wins no problem. But when half of the HP fans vote for one option, and the other half vote for the other option, then something else wins. Its just the way the world works.

      • Bernardotriana

        Yeah guess your right…

    • Misswriter18

      Obviously someone doesn’t know how awesome Peter Dinklage is. :P

      • Bernardotriana

        not as awsome as Alan Rickman !

  • hola

    i dont see x-men first class as fantasy…is more like sci-fi or something and i think DH part 2 should has won this award but it got some other awards so thats good.

    • Bernardotriana

      Still Alan Rickman should have won!!!! I think the scream awards were a freud !!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    As much as I loved Alan Rickman in DH part 2, Peter Dinklage is amazing in Game of Thrones and completely deserved the award. I was more surprised that X-men beat Harry Potter for best fantasy movie.

  • Connor

    Best Supporting Actor or Best Fight didn’t win because their was 2 for Potter in both categories. So the votes from the fans were split, meaning they cancelled each other out. 

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  • http://twitter.com/xhpfanatic Grace Chen

    Potter should have won a few more.

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