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'The Avengers' Wins Big at 2013 Saturn Awards

June 27, 2013 (7:15 am) GMT
'Life of Pi', 'Skyfall' and 'The Cabin in the Woods' are other movie winners at the annual prize-giving event.

"" claimed big victory at the 39th Saturn Awards on Wednesday night, June 26 in Burbank, Calif. Receiving six nods, the Marvel flick eventually brought home four trophies from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, such as Best Science-Fiction Film, Best Supporting Actor (), Best Director (Joss Whedon) and Best Special Effects.

Tim Burton-directed "" won in all two categories it was up. The -starring animation was honored for Best Animated Film and Best Music (Danny Elfman). In other categories, Best Fantasy Film went to "", Best Horror/Thriller was given to "" and "" won Best Action/Adventure.

Up against and , took home the Best Actress trophy for her performance as Katniss Everdeen in "". , meanwhile, snatched Best Supporting Actress title for her role in "".

"" star was chosen as this year's Best Actor. beat the likes of , and to win Best Performance by a Younger Actor.

The 2013 Saturn Awards additionally revealed the winners in TV categories, including "" and "". Special achievement awards were presented as well, including The Visionary Award to author Richard Matheson who died on Sunday.

2013 Saturn Awards Movie Winners:



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