37th Saturn Awards

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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]

Winners and nominees[edit]


Best Science Fiction Film[edit]


Best Fantasy Film[edit]

Alice in Wonderland

Best Horror/Thriller Film[edit]

Let Me In

Best Action/Adventure Film[edit]


Best Actor[edit]

Jeff Bridges - Tron: Legacy

Best Actress[edit]

Natalie Portman - Black Swan

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Andrew Garfield - Never Let Me Go

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Mila Kunis - Black Swan

Best Performance by a Younger Actor[edit]

Chloë Grace Moretz - Let Me In

Best Director[edit]

Christopher Nolan - Inception

Best Writing[edit]

Christopher Nolan - Inception

Best Music[edit]

Hans Zimmer - Inception

Best Costume[edit]

Alice in Wonderland

Best Make-Up[edit]

The Wolfman

Best Production Design[edit]

Tron: Legacy

Best Special Effects[edit]


Best International Film[edit]


Best Animated Film[edit]

Toy Story 3


The cast and crew of Fringe display their Saturn Awards.

Best Network Series[edit]


Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[edit]

Breaking Bad

Best Television Presentation[edit]

The Walking Dead

Best Actor in Television[edit]

Stephen Moyer - True Blood

Best Actress in Television[edit]

Anna Torv - Fringe

Best Supporting Actor in Television[edit]

John Noble - Fringe

Best Supporting Actress in Television[edit]

Lucy Lawless - Spartacus: Blood and Sand

Best Guest Starring Role in Television[edit]

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

DVD Releases[edit]

Best DVD Release[edit]

Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy

Best DVD Special Edition[edit]

Avatar (Extended Collector’s Edition)

Best DVD Classic Film Release[edit]

The Complete Metropolis

Best DVD Movie Collection[edit]

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[edit]

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


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

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