Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker sweeps Saturn Awards

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Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker may have been criticized by both the specialized critics and the spectators and fans of the saga, but the JJ Abrams film has won the odd award in the Saturn Awards, the awards given to science fiction and fantasy. The 46th edition has extended the voting deadlines due to the pandemic, hence a 2019 film was among the nominees.

The great winner of the gala has been the film starring Rey Skywalker and company. Has triumphed in five categoriesBest Sci-Fi Movie, Best Director (JJ Abrams), Best Soundtrack (John Williams), Makeup and Special Effects. The Mandalorian, the first live-action Star Wars series, has received the award for its presentation within the category of television series. Meanwhile, The Clone Wars has savored the honeys of success as the best animated series.

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Star Trek wins three awards

Another of the awarded sagas has been Star Trek, nominated in seven categories and winner of three awards. Star Trek Discovery has been voted best science fiction seriesWhile Doug Jones, actor in this series, has also won an award, best supporting actor on television. Patrick Steward has lifted the Saturn for his work on Star Trek: Picard.

After the premiere of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, all film projects will focus on other eras. There are several feature films in the works: a trilogy by Rian Johnson, a film by Taika Waititi, another produced by Kevin Feige (Marvel Studios) and Rogue Squadron, by Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins. In the field of series, titles such as The Book of Boba Fett, the second season of La Remesa Mala, The Mandalorian 3, Obi-Wan Kenobi or Andor will premiere on Disney +.

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