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During the 37th Annual Saturn Awards, the Christopher Nolan-directed movie has claimed Best Science Fiction Film, Best Director, Best Writer award and more.
'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I' is dubbed Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy film while Colin Firth is chosen as Best Actor.
'Fighter' pairs up Best Supporting Actor and Actress gongs, 'Inception' is hauled for its achievement in Sound Editing and Sound Mixing, and 'Alice' wins best costume design prize.
Melissa Leo has additionally showed up on stage to pick up her best supporting actress prize for her role in 'The Fighter'.
The two sci-fi works dominate in movie categories, while 'The Walking Dead' leads the pack of TV nominees.
The sci-fi thriller has gotten two prizes for best sound editing in the categories of sound effects & foley, and music in a feature film at the MPSE Golden Reel Awards on Sunday, February 20.
The movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio tops over 'Black Swan', 'The King's Speech', 'The Social Network' and 'True Grit'.
Christopher Nolan's 'Inception' is awarded with Original Screenplay prize and Aaron Sorkin's 'The Social Network' gets Best Adapted Screenplay honor.
The sci-fi film went home with the top trophies including best vfx in a vfx-driven feature as well as honors for composting, created environments and models.
Colin Firth of 'The King's Speech' and Natalie Portman of 'Black Swan' took the coveted Best Actor and Actress titles respectively.
The movie about the making of Facebook is deemed the best overall picture while the movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio is honored for its visual effects and cinematography.
Also taking nods in their respective categories are 'Iron Man 2', 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I', 'Tangled', 'Lost' and 'The Walking Dead'.