Looks like this whole "vampire craze" isn't going away anytime soon.
Spike TV celebrated all things scary and sci-fi Saturday night at the Scream 2009 Awards, and no surprise here, the T's owned the show— Twilight, Transformers, True Blood and Trekkies.
The tasty Taylor Lautner was the talk of the night, not only picking up one of the four Twilight trophies, beating out resident heartthrob Robert Pattinson for Breakout Male Performance (don't worry! R. Pattz and rumored ladylove Kristen Stewart skipped the festivities, but both won Best Fantasy Actors).
Lautner showed up with his game face on, debuting exclusive New Moon footage for those devoted Jacob (and Edward and Bella) fans.
Fox, who has experienced loads of scrutiny since her not-so-nice comments about Transformers mastermind Michael Bay, took home the Best Sci-Fi Actress award and delivered an incredibly modest—and almost moving—acceptance speech.
"I would like to take this moment to actually say something genuine. There have been a lot of false reports concerning how I feel about this movie and I just want to be very clear that I've always felt that I am a very ordinary part of an extraordinary film," said the sexpot. "These movies took me out of obscurity and they gave me a career and I am completely grateful to everyone involved with this franchise."
Hear that? Someone just flattered her way back into Bay's good graces.
Depp was on hand to present Rolling Stones guitarist (and Captain Jack Sparrow muse) Keith Richards with the Rock Immortal nod—and the two were dressed in strangely similar fashions. Richards received a much deserved standing ovation during the presentation.
See a full list of winners below, including more from HBO's True Blood and Star Trek:
Most Anticipated Fantasy Film: Alice in Wonderland
Best Sci-Fi Actress: Megan Fox, Transformers 2
Breakout Performance, Female: Isabelle Lucas, Transformers 2
Best Villain: Alexander Skarsgård, True Blood
Breakout Performance, Male: Taylor Lautner, Twilight
Best Comic Book Writer: Jeff Jones
Best Comic Book Movie: Watchmen
Rock Immortal Award: Keith Richards
Best Horror Movie: Drag Me to Hell
Best Horror Actor, Male: Stephen Moyer, True Blood
Best Horror Actor, Female: Anna Paquin, True Blood
Best Fantasy Actor, Male: Robert Pattinson, Twilight
Best Fantasy Actor, Female: Kristen Stewart, Twilight
Scream Mastermind Lifetime Achievement Award: George A. Romero
Best Director: J.J. Abrams, Star Trek
Best TV Show: True Blood
Best Fantasy Movie: Twilight
Comic-Con Icon Lifetime Achievement Award: Stan Lee
Ultimate Scream: Star Trek
The star-studded Scream 2009 Awards show airs Oct. 27 at 10 p.m. on Spike TV.
(Originally publised Oct. 18, 2009, at 12:42 p.m. PT)