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"The Woman in Black," "Twilight" Among Winners of Fright Night Awards

Andrew Cooper© 2011 Summit Entertainment, LLC(NEW YORK) -- Daniel Radcliffe is usually associated with the Harry Potter films, but he was recognized on Halloween for his work in the 2012 horror film The Woman in Black.

The Woman in Black was named favorite scary movie of the year during the first annual Fright Night Awards, a celebration of horror-themed pop culture presented by a blood cancer awareness campaign called Cancer Bites.  Radcliffe earned the award for favorite actor in a horror film.

Among the other winners were stars of The Twilight Saga and TV's True Blood and The Vampire Diaries.

The winners were announced online Wednesday following a fan vote at


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'Spy Kids 4,' 'Fright Night,' 'One Day,' 'Conan the Barbarian' Open Friday

Comstock Images/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:

-- Spy Kids: All the Time in the World: In the fourth Spy Kids film, Jessica Alba plays a former secret agent who comes out of retirement when a villain threatens to take over the world.  Her stepchildren join in on the fun when they find out what their mom does for a living.  Joel McHale and Jeremy Piven also star in the film, which is screening in "4D."  Rated PG.

-- Fright Night: Anton Yelchin is a high school senior whose new neighbor, played by Colin Farrell, is a vampire.  Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Toni Collette and former Dr. Who star David Tennant also star in this remake of the 1985 horror film, which is screening in 3D.  Rated R.

-- One Day: Anne Hathaway's Emma and Jim Sturgess' Dexter strike up a friendship in 1988 that evolves over the course of 20 years.  The story details their experiences with one another each July 15 during that span.  Rated PG-13.

-- Conan the Barbarian: Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa plays the titular character, who attempts to protect his people from supernatural powers and exact revenge on the warlord who murdered his father.  The film is screening in 3D.  Rated R.

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