January 09, 2014 06:00:17 GMT
The 'Gravity' actress collects four prizes including Favorite Movie Actress, and has her two films released in 2013 win a Favorite title each.
Sandra Bullock won big at this year's People's Choice Awards. The 49-year-old star won in all categories that she was nominated. She bagged Favorite Movie Actress, Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress, Favorite Comedic Movie Actress, and share a win for Favorite Movie duo with her "Gravity" co-star George Clooney.
On top of that, both of Bullock's 2013 films "Gravity" and "The Heat" won Favorite Dramatic Movie and Favorite Comedic Movie respectively. Her pairing with Melissa McCarthy in "The Heat" actually earned the mother of one a double nod in Favorite Movie Duo, but their collaboration was apparently outshined by her chemistry with Clooney in "Gravity".
"I'd like to thank my husband, Sean, for being there for me night and day," she joked after actor Sean Hayes introduced her as his wife when announcing her win for the Favorite Comedic Movie Actress. She also thanked her co-stars, film crews and her son, Louis, "for letting me come out tonight. He's going to want to know why I got all these, and it's because people work a lot harder than Mommy to make her look good."
Favorite Movie and Favorite Action Movie both went to "Iron Man 3", and Favorite Action Movie Actor was awarded to its lead star Robert Downey Jr. "The Wolf of Wall Street" hunk Leonardo DiCaprio took home Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor, and "Grown Ups 2" star Adam Sandler won Favorite Comedic Actor.
"The Lone Ranger" star Johnny Depp won the most Favorite Movie Actor. He beat Downey Jr., DiCaprio, Hugh Jackman and Channing Tatum. Other winners included "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" for Favorite Year End Movie and "Carrie" remake for Favorite Horror Movie.
Hosted by "2 Broke Girls" duo Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings, the 40th annual People's Choice Awards also honored fans' favorites in TV and music. More than 700 million votes were received from public to pick the winners. The victors were feted in a live ceremony at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. OneRepublic, Sara Bareilles and Brad Paisley performed.