June 25, 2009 08:25:08 GMT
'The Dark Night' has grabbed five trophies at the 35th Annual Saturn Awards, one of which was for the Best Action-Adventure Thriller category.
"The Dark Knight" was a big winner at the 35th Annual Saturn Awards. The Warner Bros.' movie grabbed five trophies at the event held on Wednesday, June 24. It was honored as the Best Action-Adventure Thriller and the late Heath Ledger, who played Joker in the action hero movie, was named Best Supporting Actor. The sequel of "Batman Begins" also scored awards for its writing, music and special effects.
Also winning big at the awards gala were "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" and "Iron Man", each of which earned three awards. "Benjamin Button" grabbed nods for the Best Fantasy Film, Best Supporting Actress for Tilda Swinton and Best Make-Up. Meanwhile, "Iron Man" won the awards of Best Science Fiction Film, Best Actor for Robert Downey Jr. and Best Director for Jon Favreau.
Other flicks which also brought home awards from the 35th Annual Saturn Awards included "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" which was named the Best Horror Film and "Wall-E" which scored the Best Animated Film gong.
Beside honoring works in movie, the awards also give recognitions to television.
Full Winners List in Movie: