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“The Dark Knight Rises” Wins Most Anticipated Movie At The 2011 SCREAM Awards

by Dana Flax   October 17, 2011 at 12:00AM  |  Views: 4,011
With stars Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Gary Oldman on hand to accept the Most Anticipated Movie award, the 2011 SCREAM Awards turned into Gotham City for one night only.

“The Dark Knight Rises,” opening Summer 2012, came in first because of you, the fans, who voted on the category online at Spike.com.

New Batman franchise heartthrob Anne Hathaway gave a shout out to all the girls out there who dreamt of becoming Catwoman before trying out her best Christian Bale impression in front of the adoring SCREAM fans.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, another new addition to the franchise, thanked director Christopher Nolan – whom he previously worked with on “Inception” – for his unparalleled artistic direction of the Batman series. (Coincidentally, “Inception” was the 2010 SCREAM Award winner for The Ultimate SCREAM, amongst other awards.)

This win isn’t the first time SCREAM has honored the latest Batman franchise, as “The Dark Knight” took home a whopping 12 awards at the 2008 show, including Best Superhero for Christian Bale, Best Actor for Heath Ledger and The Ultimate SCREAM.

Check out a clip of their acceptance speech below:

Watch the rest of the segment when the SCREAM Awards premieres this Tuesday, October 18 at 9/8c on Spike. Highlights from the show, including video clips, photo galleries, a complete list of winners and more can be found on SCREAM.spike.com.

Are you most stoked to see “The Dark Knight Rises” next year? Will Anne Hathaway be an awesome Catwoman? Tell us what you think in comments.

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