26th AVN Awards

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26th AVN Awards
2009 Adult Video News Awards Logo and Promotional Image.jpg
Date January 10, 2009 (2009-01-10)
Site Mandalay Bay Events Center
Paradise, Nevada
Hosted by
Preshow hosts
Produced by
Directed by Mark Stepp[2]
Highlights
Best Picture Cry Wolf (Best Film)
Most awards Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge (15)
Most nominations Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge (30)
Television coverage
Network Showtime[2]
Duration Nearly 2 hours

The 26th AVN Awards ceremony, presented by Adult Video News (AVN), honored the best pornographic movies of 2008 and took place on January 10, 2009, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Paradise, Nevada. During the ceremony, Adult Video News presented AVN Awards (commonly referred to as Oscars of porn)[3] in 127 categories released between Oct. 1, 2007 and Sept. 30, 2008.[4] The ceremony, televised in the United States by Showtime, was produced by Gary Miller.[2][5] Comedian Thea Vidale hosted the show for the second time, joined on stage by actresses Belladonna and Jenna Haze.[2][5]

Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge won 15 awards, the most of the evening, including Best Video Feature and Best Director for Joone.[5] Other winners included Fallen and Cheerleaders with four awards each and Icon, Not Bewitched XXX, and Big Wet Asses 13 with three apiece. Subsequent to the broadcast on Showtime, the show was issued on a two-disc DVD with hardcore excerpts of winning scenes added as extras.[6][7]

Winners and nominees[edit]

The nominees[8] for the 26th AVN Awards were announced on November 25, 2008, at 3:30 p.m. PST (23:30 UTC) in a press release, by David Sullivan. Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge received the most nominations with an unprecedented 30.[2]

The winners[9] were announced during the awards ceremony on January 10, 2009. Cry Wolf won what was to be the final award for Best Film; the award was discontinued the next year as film production gave way to digital video. Joone and Belladonna each won the most individual awards with three apiece, while projects they directed scooped up several more. The coveted performer of the year awards were won by Stoya (new starlet), Jenna Haze and James Deen.[9]

Major Awards[edit]

James Deen, Male Performer of the Year winner
Stoya, Best New Starlet winner
Jessica Drake, Best Actress winner
Evan Stone, Best Actor winner
Catalina Cruz, Web Starlet of the Year winner
Belladonna, Best Supporting Actress winner, Best Girl-Girl Scene and Best All-Girl 3-Way Scene co-winner

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.[9]

Best Video Feature Best Film
  • Cry Wolf[9]
    • Burn
    • The Chauffeur's Daughter
    • House Pets
    • Paid Companions
    • X2[8]
Web Starlet of the Year Best New Starlet
Male Performer of the Year Female Performer of the Year
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Director — Feature Top Selling Release
  • Cheerleaders[9]
Top Renting Release
  • Cheerleaders[9]
Best Sex Comedy Best Gonzo Release
  • Not Bewitched XXX[9]
    • Ashlynn Goes to College
    • Bad News Bitches 3
    • Bree's Sumber Party
    • Carmen Goes South
    • Cheating Affairs
    • Dancing with the Porn Stars
    • The HO.C.
    • Fired
    • Get Smartass
    • Horat
    • Kung Fu Nurses a Go-Go
    • Mary Carey Rocks
    • Night of the Giving Head
    • Not Another Porn Movie
    • This Ain't The Munsters XXX[8]
  • The Gauntlet 3[9]
    • 1 on 1
    • Beyond the Call of Booty 2
    • Buttman's Beautiful Brazilian Ass
    • Flesh Hunter 10
    • Fuck Truck
    • The Initiation of Nikki Jayne
    • Missy-Behavin'
    • Morgan Dayne's Deviant
    • Oil Overload
    • Perfect Match
    • Rachel's Choice
    • Slutty & Sluttier 6
    • Surfer Girls 2
    • Tera Goes Gonzo[8]
Best Interracial Release Best Interactive DVD
  • Lex the Impaler 3[9]
    • Adventures Of Shorty Mac 10
    • Bangin' Black Boxes
    • Big Mann on Campus
    • Black Cock Slut
    • Black Ass Master
    • Black Owned 3
    • Black Power 3
    • Dark Meat 2
    • Dark Meat, Asian Treat 2
    • Lex on Blondes 4
    • Mandinka Parties 2
    • Race 2 Race
    • She Only Takes Diesel 5
    • Souled Out[8]
  • My Plaything: Ashlynn Brooke[9]
    • The Interactive Gina Lynn
    • Interactive Sex with Bree Olson
    • Total Interactive Control of Sasha Grey
    • Up Close and Virtual with Holly Sweet
    • Virtual Dreams: Natalie Heck
    • Virtual Sex with Katsuni
    • Virtual Vivid Girls: The Love Twins[8]
Best Couples Sex Scene Best Girl-Girl Sex Scene
Best Anal Sex Scene Best Oral Sex Scene

Additional Award Winners[edit]

These awards[9] were announced in a winners-only segment[10] following the main portion of the event and were not part of the televised awards show:[2]

Honorary AVN Awards[edit]

Reuben Sturman Award[edit]

  • None given this year

Hall of Fame[edit]

AVN Hall of Fame inductees for 2009 were: Lisa Ann, Briana Banks, Jewel De'Nyle, Guy DiSilva, Wesley Emerson, Tim Lake, Mr. Marcus, Midori, Tera Patrick, Carter Stevens, Lexington Steele and Luc Wylder[9]

  • Founders Branch: Frank & Michael K., founders of IVD; Steven Toushin, founder of Bijou Video; Howie Klein & Al Bloom, founders of Caballero Home Video[9]
  • Internet Founders: Greg Clayman & Chuck Tsiamis, founders of Video Secrets; Andrew Conru, founder of Adult FriendFinder; Al Hadhazy, founder of iFriends and Amateur Hardcore; Ron Levi, founder of Cybererotica and CECash; David Van der Poel & Toine Rodenberg, founders of Python[9]

Films with multiple nominations and awards[edit]

The following individuals received multiple awards:

Presenters and performers[edit]

The following individuals presented awards or performed musical numbers.[2][5]

Presenters[edit]

Name(s) Role
Katie Morgan
Kaylani Lei
Nick Manning
Presenters of the awards for Best Interactive DVD and Best Oral Sex Scene
Penny Flame
Tera Patrick
Presenters of the awards for Best Girl-Girl Sex Scene and Best Film
Brooke Haven
Lisa Ann
Jesse Jane
Presenters of the awards for Best Actor and Best Gonzo Release
Savanna Samson
Kayden Kross
Bubba the Love Sponge
Presenters of the awards for Best Anal Sex Scene and Best Sex Comedy
Randy Spears Introducer of the "Pirates II" comedy segment
Sasha Grey
Katsuni
Mikayla Mendez
Presenters of the awards for Male Performer of the Year and Best Interracial Release
Justine Joli
Tommy Gunn
Kirsten Price
Presenters of the awards for Web Starlet of the Year and Best Couples Sex Scene
Thea Vidale Introducer of the trophy girls—Sadie West and Angelina Armani
Bree Olson Presenter of the AVN Award for Best New Starlet
Paul Fishbein
Michelle Maylene
In memoriam for people in the industry who died; Announcement of awards for Top Renting and Top Selling Release
Tom Byron
Meggan Mallone
Presenters of the awards for Best Actress and Best Director—Feature
Priya Rai
Monique Dayne
Rico Strong
Presenters of the AVN Award for Female Performer of the Year
Alexis Texas
Ann Marie Rios
Pinky
Presenters of the award for Best Video Feature

Performers[edit]

Name(s) Role Performed
Mark Stone
and the AVN Orchestra
Musical Director/Producer Orchestral
Flo Rida
Spearmint Rhino Dancers
Performers Opening musical number, “Low
Thea Vidale Performer Opening comedy segment
Evan Stone
Tommy Gunn
Performers “Pirates II” comedy segment
Voodoo Performers “Cock Wow” comedy segment
Jazmine Katrina
The Fashionistas Dancers
Performers “Star-Spangled Banner”
Larry Flynt Speaker Positive message to the industry

Ceremony Information[edit]

Although not scheduled to perform, rappers T-Pain and Flavor Flav jumped on stage to be part of the show during Flo Rida's performance of his hit song "Low" to open the show.[3][9]

Among new categories for 2009, AVN recognized three web categories: Adult Site of the Year, Web Starlet of the Year, and Best New Web Starlet. Reviewers from TheBestPorn.com and RabbitsReviews.com and AVN Online staff made up the nominating committee. Also new was the Internet branch of the AVN hall of fame, which added five members.[11]

Performance of year's movies[edit]

Cheerleaders was announced as the top selling and top renting movie of the previous year.[9]

In Memoriam[edit]

AVN president Paul Fishbein gave a memorial tribute to 10 stalwarts of the adult industry who died in 2008. He dedicated the show to one of them, producer Dick Miller, a close friend of his.[5]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "2009 AVN Awards". Adult Video News. Retrieved December 20, 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Mark Stepp (Director) (2009). The 2009 AVN Adult Movie Awards (DVD Direct-to-video production). Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Pulse Pictures. 
  3. ^ a b Valcourt, Keith (July 2009), "Viva Lust Vegas", Hustler Magazine, Larry Flynt: 74–75 
  4. ^ Garrett, Wade (September 26, 2008). "2009 AVN Awards Pre-Nominations Deadline is Sept. 30". Adult Video News. AVN Media Network. Retrieved January 14, 2016. 
  5. ^ a b c d e Rutter, Jared (January 11, 2009). "AVN Adult Movie Awards: Blow By Blow". Adult Video News. Retrieved December 20, 2015. 
  6. ^ X, Nelson (August 7, 2009). "Pulse to Distribute Hardcore Edition of '2009 AVN Awards'". Adult Video News. Retrieved December 20, 2015. 
  7. ^ Houston, Don (August 23, 2009). "AVN Awards 2009 - Special Collector's Hardcore Edition". XCritic. Retrieved December 20, 2015. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Shull, Ed (December 21, 2008). "AVN Announces 2009 Award Nominees". Filthy Lucre. Retrieved December 20, 2015. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad Sullivan, David (January 11, 2009). "2009 AVN Award-Winners Announced". Adult Video News. Retrieved December 20, 2015. 
  10. ^ "XCritic Twitter Updates From AVN Awards 2009". XCritic. Retrieved December 20, 2015. 
  11. ^ "AVN Awards Announce 40 Nominees in Three New Web Categories". Adult Video News. Retrieved December 20, 2015. 

References[edit]

"On the Road: 2009 AVN Awards - Porn Sluts Wild on the Vegas Strip!". Cheri. August 2009. 

Rutter, Jared (March 2009). "Bright Lights, Sin City: The 2009 AVN Awards Show". Adult Video News. Vol. 25 no. 3. Chatsworth, California, USA: AVN Media Network (published March 1, 2009). p. 58. ISSN 0883-7090. 

"AVN Awards Internext AEE". AVN Online. Chatsworth, California, USA: AVN Media Network. March 2009. 

"AVN Expo in Las Vegas", Hustler Magazine, Larry Flynt, November 2009 

"26th AVN Awards". Bachelor (in Japanese). April 2009. 

"AVN Award Winners". XCritic. XCritic. January 1999. Retrieved December 21, 2015. 

"2009 AVN Awards Show - And The Winners Are". Pornolab.net (in Russian and English). Pornolab.net. Retrieved December 21, 2015. 

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