LOS ANGELES, Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Spike TV put on an out of the world performance bringing together the world's of horror, sci-fi, fantasy and comic book industries this evening to honor the genres' outstanding accomplishments over the past year. Featuring appearances by Harrison Ford, Alice Cooper, Hayden Panettiere and many others, SCREAM 2007 did not fail to disappoint the audience with its wide array of talent and ground breaking performances. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20060322/NYW096LOGO ) The night opened with a bang as Spike TV honored Harrison Ford with the first ever Hero Award for his cumulative work in such films as "Star Wars," "Indiana Jones" and "The Fugitive." The Hero Award is given to a true superstar - an icon in the hearts and minds of fans everywhere, a living legend, whose body of work inspires all those with a love of the fantastic. Other special honorees of the evening included "Comic-Con Icon Award" winner Neil Gaiman; The 25th anniversary celebration of "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan" and the second annual "SCREAM Rock Immortal" presented to Alice Cooper. The summer blockbuster "Transformers" blew away the competition winning several honors, including Best Sci-Fi Movie and Best F/X, while star Shia LaBeouf was named Sci-Fi Star and co-star Megan Fox walked away with Sci-Fi Siren. The stunning Jessica Alba was awarded Best Female Superhero and "Heroes" star Hayden Panettiere was recognized as Breakout Star. Memorable performances of the night included Avenged Sevenfold's rendition of "Scream" from their soon to be released album. Rock legend Ozzy Osbourne took the stage tonight to a standing ovation. The night belonged to rock immortal Alice Cooper as he closed the show with an all-star rock performance of "I Love The Dead/School's Out" with rock gods Slash and Rob Zombie. Taped at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, SCREAM 2007 will premiere Tuesday, October 23 (10:00 PM - Midnight, ET/PT) to an estimated audience of one billion viewers worldwide. A full list of winners is included below: THE ULTIMATE SCREAM -- 300 BEST HORROR MOVIE -- 28 WEEKS LATER BEST FANTASY MOVIE PAN'S LABYRINTH BEST SCIENCE FICTION MOVIE -- TRANSFORMERS BEST TV SHOW -- HEROES BEST COMIC BOOK -- 30 DAYS OF NIGHT SCREAM QUEEN -- KATE BECKINSALE, VACANCY SCREAM KING -- SHIA LABEOUF, DISTURBIA BEST SUPERHERO -- TOBEY MAGUIRE AS SPIDER-MAN, SPIDER-MAN 3 SEXIEST SUPERHERO -- JESSICA ALBA, FANTASTIC FOUR: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER FANTASY FOX -- JESSICA BIEL, THE ILLUSIONIST FANTASY HERO -- JOHNNY DEPP, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD'S END SCI-FI SIREN -- MEGAN FOX, TRANSFORMERS SCI-FI STAR -- SHIA LABEOUF, TRANSFORMERS BEST CAMEO -- KEITH RICHARDS, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD'S END BREAKOUT PERFORMANCE -- HAYDEN PANETTIERE, HEROES MOST VILE VILLAIN -- RALPH FIENNES, HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX MOST MEMORABLE MUTILATION -- DISMEMBERED IN CAR CRASH, GRINDHOUSE BEST COMIC-TO-SCREEN ADAPTATION -- 300 BEST SEQUEL -- HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX "JUMP-FROM-YOUR-SEAT" SCENE OF THE YEAR -- FINAL BATTLE: MEGATRON VS. OPTIMUS PRIME, TRANSFORMERS BEST DIRECTOR -- QUENTIN TARANTINO & ROBERT RODRIGUEZ, GRINDHOUSE BEST SCREAM-PLAY -- GRINDHOUSE, WRITTEN BY ROBERT RODRIGUEZ, QUENTIN TARANTINO, JEFF RENDELL, ELI ROTH, EDGAR WRIGHT & ROB ZOMBIE BEST F/X -- TRANSFORMERS BEST FOREIGN MOVIE -- PAN'S LABYRINTH (SPAIN) BEST COMIC BOOK WRITER -- FRANK MILLER, ALL-STAR BATMAN & ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER/FRANK MILLER'S ROBOCOP BEST COMIC BOOK ARTIST -- JOHN CASSADY, ASTONISHING X-MEN BEST SCREEN-TO-COMIC ADAPTATION -- 28 DAYS LATER: THE AFTERMATH MOST SHOCKING COMIC BOOK TWIST -- CAPTAIN AMERICA DIES!, CAPTAIN AMERICA Spike TV is available in 95.3 million homes and is a division of MTV Networks. A unit of Viacom (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), MTV Networks is one of the world's leading creators of programming and content across all media platforms.
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