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Posted at 03:05 PM ET, 10/17/2011

The Scream Awards: A series of ridiculous photos

Scream Awards

GALLERY: Click the image for more pictures from the Scream Awards.

The Scream Awards — an annual October event hosted by Spike TV that honors great achievements in horror, sci-fi and fantasy entertainment while also giving stars another platform from which to shill upcoming projects — is a purposely weird affair.

And its intentional weirdness — which can be seen during Spike’s Tuesday broadcast of the ceremony — naturally makes for some bizarre after-the-fact photos.

In that spirit, here are nine more particularly freaky pics from Saturday’s event in L.A., photos that probably have a rational explanation behind them but are more humorous with ridiculous captions attached. (View even more photos via the gallery above.)

Have other caption suggestions? Share them in the comments. You know, because that whole soliciting-of-captions-via-comments thing went super well on this Kirk Cameron post.


“We’re the three best friends that anyone could have. . . .” (Chris Pizzello - Associated Press)


“And you made the Ewoks blink, too! I so appreciated that, George. It finally invalidates the results of that staring contest I had with Wicket back in ’83.” (Chris Pizzello - Associated Press)


The piranha from “Piranha 3D” appeared to accept his Scream Award. And just as he did at the Oscars, he completely forgot to thank his wife. (Chris Pizzello - Associated Press)


The great and powerful Peter Dinklage has spoken! (Chris Pizzello - Associated Press)


Robert Downey Jr. in a scene from the upcoming remake of “Eyes Wide Shut.” (Chris Pizzello - Associated Press)



Joseph Gordon-Levitt: “And that, my fellow ‘Dark Knight Rises’ stars, is the 140-character sentence that explains ‘Inception’ completely. Ta-da!” (Chris Pizzello - Associated Press)


“Game of Thrones” stars Sean Bean and Lena Headey were playing the Jessie J.-at-the-VMAs role until things took a decidedly inappropriate turn. . . . (Kevin Winter - Getty Images)


A scene from the next Harold and Kumar movie: “Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle Again, Except This Time They Bring a Dude Wearing a Mask and a Tux Jacket With No Sleeves. In 3-D.” (Christopher Polk - Getty Images)


“No, I do not turn these balloons into giraffes for a living. I just did a show on Broadway, you idiots.” (Kevin Winter - Getty Images)

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