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Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans in 'The Avengers'Marvel/AP

The 2013 Saturn Awards were handed out Wednesday night, June 26, presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. (For those of you without the complete collection of limited edition "Battlestar Galactica" commemorative plates, the Saturn Awards are basically the genre equivalent of the Academy Awards.) "The Avengers" was the big winner on the movie side of things, while "Breaking Bad" dominated in the TV categories.

Named the best science fiction film of the year, "The Avengers" also picked up awards for best supporting actor (Clark Gregg), best director (Joss Whedon), and best special effects (Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, Guy Williams, and Dan Sudick).

Elsewhere in the film categories, "Life of Pi" won for best fantasy film, "Skyfall" took home best action/adventure film, and "Cabin in the Woods" nabbed best horror film/thriller. Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway both added to their awards collections, with Lawrence winning best actress for "The Hunger Games" and Hathaway, best supporting actress for her portrayal of Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises." Matthew McConaughey received an acting nod for the barely seen "Killer Joe."

"Breaking Bad" cleaned up in the TV categories, winning best presentation on television, best actor -- an award Bryan Cranston shared with "The Following" star Kevin Bacon -- and best supporting actor (Jonathan Banks).

Real on for the full list of winners.

Film Awards:

Best Science Fiction Film: "Marvel's The Avengers"
Best Fantasy Film: "Life of Pi"
Best Horror/Thriller Film: "The Cabin in the Woods"
Best Action/Adventure Film: "Skyfall"
Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey ("Killer Joe")
Best Actress: Jennifer Lawrence ("The Hunger Games")
Best Supporting Actor: Clark Gregg ("Marvel's The Avengers")
Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway ("The Dark Knight Rises")
Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Suraj Sharma ("Life of Pi")
Best Director: Joss Whedon ("Marvel's The Avengers")
Best Writing: Quentin Tarantino ("Django Unchained")
Best Production Design: Dan Hennah ("The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey")
Best Editing: Alexander Berner ("Cloud Atlas")
Best Music: Danny Elfman ("Frankenweenie")
Best Costume: Paco Delgado ("Les Miserables")
Best Makeup: Heike Merker, Daniel Parker, Jeremy Woodhead ("Cloud Atlas")
Best Special Effects: Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, Guy Williams, Dan Sudick ("Marvel's The Avengers")
Best Independent Film Release: "Killer Joe"
Best International Film: "Headhunters"
Best Animated Film: "Frankenweenie"

TV Awards:

Best Network Television Series: "Revolution"
Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series: "The Walking Dead"
Best Presentation on Television: "Breaking Bad"
Best Youth-Oriented Series on Television: "Teen Wolf"
Best Actor on Television: Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"), Kevin Bacon ("The Following") (tie)
Best Actress on Television: Anna Torv ("Fringe")
Best Supporting Actor on Television: Jonathan Banks ("Breaking Bad")
Best Supporting Actress on Television: Laurie Holden ("The Walking Dead")
Best Guest Star on Television: Yvonne Strahovski ("Dexter")

Home Entertainment Awards:

Best DVD/BD Release: "Touchback"
Best DVD/BD Special Edition Release: "Little Shop of Horrors: The Director's Cut"
Best DVD/BD Collection Release: "Universal Classic Monsters: The Essential Collection"
Best DVD/BD Television Series Release: "Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 1 & 2"

Special Achievement Awards:

The Lifetime Achievement Award: William Friedkin
The Dan Curtis Legacy Award: Vince Gilligan
The Visionary Award: Richard Matheson
The Life Career Award: Jonathan Frakes
Theater Showcase Award: "Silence! The Musical"

[via THR, Zap2it]
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