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Spidey swings to Saturn victory

Superhero pic nabs five sci-fi awards

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“Spider-Man 2” swung to victory Wednesday with five Saturn Awards, presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.

The film picked up prizes for film (fantasy), actor (Tobey Maguire), director (Sam Raimi), writer (Alvin Sargent) and special effects during the 31st annual event.

“Kill Bill: Vol. 2” came in a close second with three Saturns, including film (action/adventure/thriller), supporting actor (David Carradine) and supporting actress (Daryl Hannah).

Television was also honored. ABC drama “Lost” received a Saturn for network television series as well as a supporting actor nod for Terry O’Quinn.

Television presentation went to the miniseries “Farscape: Peacekeeper Wars.” Mini also received nods for actor (Ben Browder) and actress (Claudia Black).

The Life Career Awards went to Fox Filmed Entertainment co-chairman Tom Rothman and producer and writer Stephen J. Cannell. A Special Recognition Award went to ‘Star Trek” for its 18-year television run. Kerry Conran was also honored with the Filmmakers Showcase Award.

And the winners are…

Best Science Fiction Film:
“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”

Best Fantasy Film:
“Spider-Man 2”

Best Horror Film:
“Shaun of the Dead”

Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film:
“Kill Bill: Vol. 2”

Best Animated Film:
“The Incredibles”

Best Actor:
Tobey Maguire (“Spider-Man 2”)

Best Actress:
Blanchard Ryan (“Open Water”)

Best Supporting Actor:
David Carradine (“Kill Bill:
Vol. 2″)

Best Supporting Actress:
Daryl Hannah (“Kill Bill:
Vol. 2″)

Best Performance by a Younger Actor:
Emmy Rossum (“Phantom of the Opera”)

Best Director:
Sam Raimi (“Spider-Man 2”)

Best Writer:
Alvin Sargent (“Spider-Man 2”)

Best Music:
Alan Silvestri (“Van Helsing”)

Best Costume:
Kevin Conran (“Sky Captain & the World of Tomorrow”)

Best Make-Up:
“Hellboy” (Jake Garber, Matt Rose, Mike Elizalde)

Best Special Effects:
“Spider-Man 2” (John Dykstra, Scott Stokdyk, Anthony LaMolinara, John Frazier)

Best Network Television Series:
“Lost”

Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series:
“Stargate SG-1”

Best Television Presentation:
“Farscape: Peacekeeper Wars”

Best Actor on Television:
Ben Browder “Farscape: Peacekeeper Wars”

Best Actress on Television:
Claudia Black (“Farscape: Peacekeeper Wars”)

Best Supporting Actor on Television:
Terry O’Quinn (“Lost”)

Best Supporting Actress on Television:
Amanda Tapping (“Stargate SG-1”)

Best DVD Release:
“Starship Troopers: Hero of the Federation”

Best DVD Special Edition Release:
“Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King”

Best DVD Classic Film Release:
“Dawn of the Dead” (Ultimate Edition)

Best DVD Collection:
“Star Wars” Trilogy

Best DVD Television Release:
“Smallville” (Season 2 & 3)

Best DVD Retro Television Release:
“Star Trek” (The Original Series)

The Life Career Award:
Tom Rothman

The Life Career Award:
Stephen J. Cannell

The Filmmakers Showcase Award:
Kerry Conran

The Special Recognition Award:
“Star Trek” television series (1987 – 2005)

The Service Award:
Bill Liebowitz

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