The screen siren was on typical bombshell form in a figure-hugging halterneck gown in pillar-box red at LA's Scream Awards – one of the biggest nights of the year for the horror, fantasy and sci-fi film genres.
She picked up the Best Sci-fi Actress award for her role in the robot blockbuster, despite saying earlier this year that the film "was not about acting".
"Unless you're a seasoned veteran, working with (director) Michael Bay is not about an acting experience."
Meanwhile, stepping out of Robert Pattinson's shadow and into the limelight was his Twilight co-star Taylor Lautner.
The 17-year-old actor was given a Breakthrough Performance gong - and a kiss from presenter Cristina Ricci - for his role as Jacob Black in the vampire saga.
Rob's name was read out at the ceremony – he won Best Fantasy Actor - but the British star wasn't there to pick up the trophy.
Other winners included True Blood couple Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin – who won Best Actor and Actress in the horror category.
Johnny Depp was also invited on stage at the ceremony – which will be broadcasted on US TV on October 27 - to collect the most anticipated film award for Alice In Wonderland.
He portrays the Mad Hatter in Tiim Burton's adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic tale.