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"Pan's Labyrinth" landed the top prize of Best Picture with "Apocalypto" scoring in supporting performances categories.
"Superman Returns" topped the event with taking five honors that included those of Best Fantasy Film, Best Actor, and Best Director.
"Casino Royale" was selected the Best Film with stars Daniel Craig and Eva Green taking home an honor each.
"Pan's Labyrinth" won nine out of twelve nominations it had landed at the 2007 Ariel Awards, including top prize best picture.
Jennifer Hudson was deemed best supporting actress with "The Lives of Others" being titled Best Foreign Language Film of the Year.
Recipients included the creative names behind "Pan's Labyrinth", "Dreamgirls", and "Letters from Iwo Jima" plus Alan Arkin as best supporting actor.
"Pan's Labyrinth" and "Cronicas" will both vie for honors at this year's Ariel Awards, Mexico's top film prize, notably for best film title.
"Superman Returns" dominates the film categories with ten nominations, notably that in Best Fantasy Film.
"The Queen" took the Best Film prize accompanied by "The Last King of Scotland" as the Outstanding British Film of the Year.
DreamWorks' comedy flick "Norbit" claims the No. 1 spot in its debut on the weekend box office ended February 11, 2007.
Pang brothers-directed horror flick "The Messenger" debuts on the top spot of box office for Super Bowl weekend.
"Volver" was deemed Best Picture while its star Penelope Cruz coming out as the Best Leading Actress.