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37th Saturn Awards

The 37th Saturn Awards, honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy and horror film and television in 2010 were held on June 23, 2011.[1]

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • Film 1.1
      • Best Science Fiction Film 1.1.1
      • Best Fantasy Film 1.1.2
      • Best Horror/Thriller Film 1.1.3
      • Best Action/Adventure Film 1.1.4
      • Best Actor 1.1.5
      • Best Actress 1.1.6
      • Best Supporting Actor 1.1.7
      • Best Supporting Actress 1.1.8
      • Best Performance by a Younger Actor 1.1.9
      • Best Director 1.1.10
      • Best Writing 1.1.11
      • Best Music 1.1.12
      • Best Costume 1.1.13
      • Best Make-Up 1.1.14
      • Best Production Design 1.1.15
      • Best Special Effects 1.1.16
      • Best International Film 1.1.17
      • Best Animated Film 1.1.18
    • Television 1.2
      • Best Network Series 1.2.1
      • Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series 1.2.2
      • Best Television Presentation 1.2.3
      • Best Actor in Television 1.2.4
      • Best Actress in Television 1.2.5
      • Best Supporting Actor in Television 1.2.6
      • Best Supporting Actress in Television 1.2.7
      • Best Guest Starring Role in Television 1.2.8
    • DVD Releases 1.3
      • Best DVD Release 1.3.1
      • Best DVD Special Edition 1.3.2
      • Best DVD Classic Film Release 1.3.3
      • Best DVD Movie Collection 1.3.4
      • Best DVD Television Release 1.3.5
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Winners and nominees

Film

Best Science Fiction Film

Inception

Best Fantasy Film

Alice in Wonderland

Best Horror/Thriller Film

Let Me In

Best Action/Adventure Film

Salt

Best Actor

Jeff Bridges - Tron: Legacy

Best Actress

Natalie Portman - Black Swan

Best Supporting Actor

Andrew Garfield - Never Let Me Go

Best Supporting Actress

Mila Kunis - Black Swan

Best Performance by a Younger Actor

Chloë Grace Moretz - Let Me In

Best Director

Christopher Nolan - Inception

Best Writing

Christopher Nolan - Inception

Best Music

Hans Zimmer - Inception

Best Costume

Alice in Wonderland

Best Make-Up

The Wolfman

Best Production Design

Tron: Legacy

Best Special Effects

Inception

Best International Film

Monsters

Best Animated Film

Toy Story 3

Television

The cast and crew of Fringe display their Saturn Awards.

Best Network Series

Fringe

Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series

Breaking Bad

Best Television Presentation

The Walking Dead

Best Actor in Television

Stephen Moyer - True Blood

Best Actress in Television

Anna Torv - Fringe

Best Supporting Actor in Television

John Noble - Fringe

Best Supporting Actress in Television

Lucy Lawless - Spartacus: Blood and Sand

Best Guest Starring Role in Television

Richard Dreyfuss - Weeds and Joe Manganiello - True Blood (tie)

DVD Releases

Best DVD Release

Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy

Best DVD Special Edition

Avatar (Extended Collector’s Edition)

Best DVD Classic Film Release

The Complete Metropolis

Best DVD Movie Collection

Alien Anthology

  • Back to the Future 25th Anniversary Trilogy
  • Clint Eastwood 35 Films 35 Years at Warner Bros.
  • Fantomas: Five Film Collection
  • Film Noir Classic Collection, Volume 5
  • Vengeance Trilogy

Best DVD Television Release

The Twilight Zone (Season 1 & 2) (Blu-ray)

References

  1. ^ Adam Chitwood. wins big at 2011 Saturn Awards"Inception". Collider. Retrieved June 24, 2011. 

External links

  • Official Saturn Awards website
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