27th AVN Awards
|27th AVN Awards|
|Date||January 9, 2010|
Palms Casino Resort
|Directed by||Gary Miller|
|Best Picture||The 8th Day (Best Video Feature)|
|Most awards||The 8th Day (9)|
|Most nominations||The 8th Day (20)|
|Duration||1 hour, 49 minutes|
The 27th AVN Awards ceremony in Las Vegas, presented by Adult Video News (AVN), honored the best pornographic movies of 2009. The ceremony was held on January 9, 2010 in a new venue, the Pearl Concert Theater inside the Palms Casino Resort in Paradise, Nevada. During the ceremony, AVN Media Network presented awards in 125 of categories of movies or products released between October 1, 2008 and September 30, 2009. The ceremony was televised in the United States by Showtime. Comedian Dave Attell hosted the show with co-hosts Kirsten Price and Kayden Kross.
Among the new award categories introduced was Best Sex Parody due to the genre's quality and market impact. The category was one of three at the awards show where a tie was declared and in this instance The Sex Files: A Dark XXX Parody, an action-adventure send-up of The X-Files, and Not the Cosbys XXX, a spoof of The Cosby Show, were co-winners.
The 8th Day earned Best Video Feature honors and eight more awards and 21-year-old Tori Black won her first Female Performer of the Year award and won or shared six others, while Kagney Linn Karter won the Best New Starlet Award. Manuel Ferrara won his third Male Performer of the Year Award, joining Lexington Steele as the only actors to have done so.
- 1 Winners and nominees
- 2 Honorary AVN Awards
- 3 Multiple nominations and awards
- 4 Presenters and performers
- 5 Changes to awards categories
- 6 See also
- 7 References
- 8 Other sources
- 9 External links
Winners and nominees
The nominees for the 27th AVN Awards were announced on December 2, 2009 in a press release. The winners were announced during the awards ceremony on January 9, 2010, which was broadcast on Showtime.
Award winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.
|Best Video Feature||Best New Starlet|
|Male Performer of the Year||Female Performer of the Year|
|Best Actor||Best Actress|
|Best Director — Feature||Best Ethnic-Themed Series — Black|
|Best Sex Comedy||Best Parody|
|Best Gonzo Release||Best All-Girl Release|
|Best High-End All-Sex Release||Best Group Sex Scene|
|Best Couples Sex Scene||Best All-Girl Couples Sex Scene|
|Best Anal Sex Scene||Best Oral Sex Scene|
|Crossover Star of the Year||Web Starlet of the Year|
|Top Renting and Selling Release|
Additional Award Winners
These awards were announced in a winners-only segment, but were not presented their awards on stage during the event and were not part of the televised awards show.
Web and Technology Categories
Honorary AVN Awards
Hall of Fame
AVN Hall of Fame inductees for 2010 were: Chris Charming, Stoney Curtis, Racquel Devine, Devon, Jessica Drake, Byron Long, Gina Lynn, Toni Ribas, Nicholas Steele, Michael Stefano, Valentino, Mark Wood
- Founders Branch: Christian Mann, Catalina Video; Michael Paulsen, Paradise Visuals; Michael Warner, Great Western Litho
- Internet Founders Branch: Ron Cadwell, CCBill; Tony Morgan, National Net; Morgan Sommer, Cybersocket
Multiple nominations and awards
The following releases received multiple awards:
The following releases received the most nominations:
The following individuals received multiple awards:
Presenters and performers
The following individuals were presenters or performers during the awards ceremony.
Changes to awards categories
Beginning with the 27th AVN Awards, AVN Media Network added a category to the awards show titled Best Sex Parody. "Because of the amount of quality parodies that studios have produced in the past year and the impact they've had on the marketplace, we've decided to honor the best of those movies in their own category separate from our long-running Best Sex Comedy award", said Paul Fishbein, president of AVN.
- Mark Kernes (March 2010), "27th Annual AVN Awards Show Heats Up the Palms in Las Vegas", AVN, Chatsworth, California: AVN Media Network, 26 (3): 44–48, ISSN 0883-7090, OCLC 24682494,
Could it be the hosts, famous comedian Dave Attell, Wicked Pictures contract gal Kirsten Price and new Digital Playground starlet Kayden Kross?
- "Nominations for 2010 AVN Awards Announced" (Press release). AVN. December 2, 2009. Retrieved January 18, 2013.
- "Best Sex Parody Category Added to AVN Awards" (Press release). AVN. September 29, 2009. Retrieved January 18, 2013.
- "2010 AVN Award Winners Announced". AVN. Retrieved December 31, 2014.
- Gary Miller (director) (2010). The 2010 AVN Awards Show (Television production). Los Angeles, California: Showtime Networks.
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