June 28, 2014 05:34:45 GMT
The Alfonso Cuaron movie leads the pack with five wins, while the Spike Jonze film and the Alan Taylor superhero pic trail behind with three.
"Gravity" dominated the movie winners list of the 40th annual Saturn Awards which was held on June 26 at Castaway Starlight Ballroom in Burbank, California. The Alfonso Cuaron-directed pic won five prizes including Best Sci-Fi Film, Best Director, and Best Actress for Sandra Bullock.
"Her" and "Iron Man 3" follow with three each. The former grabbed Best Fantasy Film, Best Writing for Spike Jonze, and Best Supporting Actress for Scarlett Johansson. Meanwhile, the latter got Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture, Best Actor for Robert Downey Jr., and Best Supporting Actor for Ben Kingsley.
Best Horror Film went to "The Conjuring", Best Action/Adventure Film was given to "Fast and Furious 6", Best Thriller was handed to "World War Z", Best Animated Film was taken by "Frozen (2013)", and Best Indie Film belonged to "12 Years a Slave".
Special honorees included Bryan Fuller who received The Dan Curtis Legacy Award presented to him by Kristin Chenoweth. Greg Nicotero was feted with the George Pal Memorial Award, and Marc Cushman earned the Special Recognition Award for his books, "(Star Trek) These are the Voyages: Season 1 and 2".