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Five Saturn Awards for Gravity

Sandra Bullock's Gravity was the big winner at the Saturn Awards in California.

The Oscar-winning space movie picked up Best Science Fiction Film gong, and Sandra was named Best Actress at the event run by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.

Alfonso Cuaron won Best Director and the thriller also took home gongs in the editing and special/visual effects categories.

The male acting awards went to Robert Downey Jr and Sir Ben Kingsley, who collected the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor prizes for Iron Man 3..

Scarlett Johansson was also among the winners, picking up Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Her, in which she voices a computer's operating system which is the object of a lonely writer's affections.

Chloe Grace Moretz's performance in the Carrie reboot was recognised with an award for Performance By A Younger Actor.

In the TV categories, the big winners were Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead, which each picked up three trophies.

Hannibal won two awards, including acting honours for star Mads Mikkelsen.

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