Robert Downey Jr., Anne Hathaway, Nicolas Cage, George Lucas and more attended the Spike TV Scream Awards on Saturday in Los Angeles. A tricked-out stage provided plenty of entertainment, including fireworks, pyrotechnics and holograms. The show will air Tuesday, Oct. 18, on Spike TV.
Robert Downey Jr. received the Hero Award at the Scream Awards. He kept his acceptance speech short, and introduced the world premiere for his upcoming film, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, which is due out in December.
Fans of Star Wars got a special surprise at the Scream Awards taping when George Lucas made an unannounced appearance on stage with Darth Vader. The masked bad guy was receiving the honor of Ultimate Villain.
Pee-wee Herman and True Blood star Joe Manganiello posed together on the carpet at the Scream Awards. Pee Wee (played by Paul Reubens) told THR that he doesn't enjoy scary movies, so hanging out with a werewolf must have been a tough situation for him.
Vampire Diaries star Paul Wesley and his wife Torrey DeVitto walked the black carpet before the event. Wesley presented at the Scream Awards, even though his CW show was overlooked for any nominations.
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