Films and the people behind collected abundant awards at the Taurus World Stunt Awards, held Sunday at Paramount Pictures. The event, hosted by Dwayne Johnson, will air on the E! cable channel on October 13. Among number of winners was "The Bourne Supremacy," which honored Best Work with a Vehicle and Best Stunt Coordination and/or 2nd Unit Direction in a Feature Film. Also there was "Kill Bill: Vol. 2" which picked two awards as well.
For the people, Quentin Tarantino of "Kill Bill" was named Action Movie Director, and Vic Armstrong was handed Lifetime Achievement Award for a career that included doubling for Harrison Ford in the "Indiana Jones" series. Sylvester Stallone, in companion, was named Action Movie Star.
Best Fight Award went to Zoe Bell and Monica Staggs, who also shared the trophy for Best Overall Stunt by a Woman, for their portrayal in "Kill Bill: Vol. 2." Meanwhile, Best Overall Stunt by a Man Award given to Chris Daniels and Michael Hugghins for their work in "Spider-Man 2."