33rd Saturn Awards

The 33rd Saturn Awards, honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy and horror film and television in 2006, were held on 10 May 2007 at the Universal City Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California. They were hosted by Greg Grunberg and Jeffrey Ross. The ceremony also celebrated the 35th anniversary of The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films.

Below is a complete list of nominees and winners. Winners are highlighted in boldface.

33rd Saturn Awards
Date10 May, 2007
SiteCalifornia, U.S.

Winners and nominees

Film

Best Sci-Fi Film Best Fantasy Film
Best Horror Film Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film
Best Animated Film Best International Film
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Best Young Actor/Actress Best Director
Best Screenplay Best Score
Best Costume Design Best Make-Up
Best Special Effects

Television

Best Network TV Series Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series
Best Television Presentation Best Television Actor
Best Television Actress Best Supporting Television Actor
Best Supporting Television Actress

DVD

Best DVD Release Best DVD Special Edition Release
Best Classic Film DVD Release Best DVD Movie Collection
  • James Bond Ultimate Edition (Collections 1-4)
  • The Boris Karloff Collection
  • The Exorcist - The Complete Anthology
  • The Premiere Frank Capra Collection
  • Hollywood Legends of Horror Collection
  • Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition
Best DVD Television Release Best Retro Television Series on DVD

Special awards

The Rising Star Award

The Filmmakers Showcase Award

The Service Award

The Special Recognition Award

  • Alien Xmas written by Stephen Chiodo & Jim Strain

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34th Saturn Awards

The 34th Saturn Awards, honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy and horror film and television in 2007 were presented on June 24, 2008 in Universal City Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

Below is a complete list of nominees and winners. Winners are highlighted in boldface.

Eva Green

Eva Gaëlle Green (Swedish: [ˈɡreːn]; born 6 July 1980) is a French actress and model.

The daughter of actress Marlène Jobert, she started her career in theatre before making her film debut in Bernardo Bertolucci's The Dreamers (2003). She achieved international recognition for her portrayal of Sibylla, Queen of Jerusalem in Ridley Scott's historical epic Kingdom of Heaven (2005). The following year, she played Bond girl Vesper Lynd in the James Bond film Casino Royale (2006) and was awarded the BAFTA Rising Star Award.

Green has since starred in numerous independent films, including Cracks (2009), Womb (2010), and Perfect Sense (2011). In 2014, she played Artemisia in the 300 sequel, 300: Rise of an Empire, and Ava Lord in Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's Sin City sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Green is also known for her collaborations with director Tim Burton, starring as Angelique Bouchard in the horror comedy film Dark Shadows (2012), Miss Alma Peregrine in the fantasy film Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (2016), and Colette Marchant in the fantasy film Dumbo (2019).

Green starred as Morgan Pendragon in the Starz historical fantasy series Camelot (2011). She also starred as Vanessa Ives in the Showtime horror drama series Penny Dreadful (2014–2016), earning a nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards.

Gabrielle Anwar

Gabrielle Anwar (born 4 February 1970) is an English actress known for her roles as Sam Black in the second series of Press Gang, Margaret Tudor on The Tudors, Fiona Glenanne on Burn Notice, Lady Tremaine in the seventh season of Once Upon a Time, and for dancing the tango with Al Pacino in Scent of a Woman.

Go Ah-sung

Go Ah-sung (born 10 August 1992) is a South Korean actress. She began her career as a child actress, notably in 2006 top-grossing blockbuster The Host. This was followed by major roles in Snowpiercer (2013), Thread of Lies (2014) and Office (2015), as well as the TV dramas Master of Study (2010) and Heard It Through the Grapevine (2015).

List of accolades received by the Pirates of the Caribbean film series

The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is a fantasy-adventure film series consisting of The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), Dead Man's Chest (2006), At World's End (2007) and On Stranger Tides (2011). The first three films were directed by Gore Verbinski, while the fourth was by Rob Marshall, the series was written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The Pirates films have featured such characters as Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley), Captain Hector Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush), Joshamee Gibbs (Kevin McNally), Davy Jones (Bill Nighy), Angelica (Penélope Cruz), Blackbeard (Ian McShane), Philip Swift (Sam Claflin) and Syrena (Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey). Hans Zimmer composed the score primarily, although Klaus Badelt composed for the first film.

The Curse of the Black Pearl was 2003's fourth highest-grossing film worldwide (behind The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Finding Nemo and The Matrix Reloaded). Dead Man's Chest was 2006's highest-grossing film worldwide, and the sixth highest-grossing film of all time (originally third), behind Avatar, Titanic, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, Transformers: Dark of the Moon and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. At World's End was 2007's highest-grossing film worldwide and the twelfth highest ever (originally sixth), and On Stranger Tides was 2011's third highest-grossing film of 2011 and is the twelfth highest-grossing film of all time worldwide.Pirates of the Caribbean has received reviews ranging from positive to negative. The Curse of the Black Pearl received 78% positive reviews of 197 sampled critics on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes and garnered an average rating of 7.1/10. Dead Man's Chest received a 54% "Rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. At World's End has a "Rotten" rating of 45% on Rotten Tomatoes and 50% at Metacritic, although opinions differed from positive to negative. On Stranger Tides has received generally mixed reviews. Rotten Tomatoes reports that 33% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 232 reviews, with an average score of 5/10.It has won a plethora of prestigious awards and has gathered 10 Academy Award nominations (five for The Curse of the Black Pearl, three for Dead Man's Chest and two for At World's End), with one win for Best Visual Effects in 2006 for Dead Man's Chest. Pirates has also won two BAFTA awards, 17 Teen Choice Awards, and has been nominated for two Golden Globes, two Eddie awards (winning one), one Grammy, nine MTV Movie Awards (winning four), 17 Saturn Awards (winning four), seven Satellites (winning one) and two Artios Awards.

Parker Posey

Parker Christian Posey (born November 8, 1968) is an American actress and musician. She frequently works with Christopher Guest and has appeared in several of his mockumentaries, such as Waiting for Guffman (1996), Best in Show (2000), A Mighty Wind (2003), For Your Consideration (2006), and Mascots (2016). Posey is the recipient of a Golden Globe Award nomination, a Satellite Award nomination and two Independent Spirit Award nominations.

Posey made her film debut in Joey Breaker (1993). Following small roles in Coneheads and the cult classic Dazed and Confused (also 1993), she was labelled "Queen of the Indies" for starring in a succession of independent films throughout the 1990s, such as Sleep with Me (1994), Party Girl, The Doom Generation, Kicking and Screaming (all 1995), The Daytrippers (1996), The House of Yes and Clockwatchers (both 1997). Her other notable film appearances include You've Got Mail (1998), Scream 3 (2000), Josie and the Pussycats (2001), Personal Velocity, The Sweetest Thing (both 2002), Blade: Trinity (2004), Superman Returns, Fay Grim (both 2006), Broken English (2007), The Eye (2008), Spring Breakdown (2009), Irrational Man (2015), and Café Society (2016).

Outside of film, Posey starred in the television movie Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay (2002) and has guest-starred on numerous series, such as Futurama (2000), The Simpsons (2000), Will & Grace (2001), Boston Legal (2006), Parks and Recreation (2011), The Good Wife (2011–12), Louie (2012), Inside Amy Schumer (2014), and Search Party (2016). Since 2018 she has starred as June Harris on the Netflix series Lost in Space.

Rachel Hurd-Wood

Rachel Clare Hurd-Wood (born 17 August 1990) is an English actress and model, best known for her film roles as Wendy Darling in Peter Pan (2003), Corrie McKenzie in Tomorrow, When the War Began (2010) and Sibyl Vane in Dorian Gray (2009), and her television role as Rachel Maddox in Clique (2017–present).

Saturn Award

The Saturn Award is an American award presented annually by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films; it was initially created to honor science fiction, fantasy, and horror on film, but has since grown to reward other films belonging to genre fiction, as well as on television and home media releases.

The award was originally referred to as a Golden Scroll. The Saturn Awards were created in 1973.

Superman Returns

Superman Returns is a 2006 American superhero film directed and co-produced by Bryan Singer and written by Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris, from a story by Singer, Dougherty and Harris. It is based on the DC Comics character Superman and serves as a homage sequel to the motion pictures Superman (1978) and Superman II (1980), while ignoring the events of Superman III (1983) and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987), including its spin-off Supergirl (1984). The film stars Brandon Routh as Clark Kent/Superman, Kate Bosworth as Lois Lane, Kevin Spacey as Lex Luthor, with James Marsden, Frank Langella, and Parker Posey. The film tells the story of the title character returning to Earth after a five-year absence. He finds that his love interest Lois Lane has moved on with her life, and that his archenemy Lex Luthor is plotting a scheme that will destroy both Superman and America.

After a series of unsuccessful projects to resurrect Superman on screen following the critical failure and box office disappointment of Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, Warner Bros. hired Bryan Singer to direct and develop Superman Returns in July 2004. The majority of principal photography took place at Fox Studios Australia, Sydney, while the visual effects sequences were created by a number of studios, including Sony Pictures Imageworks, Rhythm & Hues, Framestore, Rising Sun Pictures, and The Orphanage; filming ended in November 2005.

Upon release, Superman Returns received generally positive reviews, with critics praising its visual effects, story, musical score, the performances of Routh and Spacey. However, it received criticism focusing on its runtime and lack of action sequences. While it was a box office success, Warner Bros. was disappointed with the worldwide box office return. A sequel was planned for a summer 2009 release, but the project was later canceled. The Superman film series was completely rebooted in 2013 with the film Man of Steel, directed by Zack Snyder and starring Henry Cavill as Superman.

The Closer

The Closer is an American television police procedural, starring Kyra Sedgwick as Brenda Leigh Johnson, a Los Angeles Police Department deputy chief. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, and CIA-trained, Brenda has a reputation as a closer—an interrogator who not only solves a case, but also obtains confessions that lead to convictions, thus "closing" the case. Deputy Chief Johnson sometimes uses deceit and intimidation to persuade a suspect to confess. The series ran on TNT from June 13, 2005, to August 13, 2012.

The Closer was created by James Duff and the Shephard/Robin Company in association with Warner Bros. Television. On Monday, July 11, 2011, the series began its seventh and final season, having finished its sixth season as cable's highest-rated drama. The Closer's final six episodes began airing on Monday, July 9, 2012, with its finale airing on Monday, August 13, 2012. Following the finale, The Closer's spin-off, Major Crimes, premiered.

The Lost Room

The Lost Room is a 2006 science fiction television miniseries that aired on the Sci Fi Channel in the United States. The series revolves around the titular room and some of the everyday items from that room which possess unusual powers. The show's protagonist, Joe Miller, is searching for these objects to rescue his daughter, Anna, who has disappeared inside the Room. Once a typical room at a 1960s motel along U.S. Route 66, the Lost Room has existed outside of normal time and space since 1961, when what is referred to only as "the Event" took place.

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