'Inception,' 'Walking Dead' Top Saturn Awards Nominations
"Let Me In," "Tron: Legacy," "Lost" and "Fringe" also earn multiple noms from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror.
Inception dominated the Saturn Award nominations, announced Wednesday by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror, with a total of nine mentions.
The films Let Me In and Tron: Legacy followed with seven nominations each.
On the TV side, The Walking Dead led with six noms, followed by Breaking Bad, Lost and Fringe with five noms apiece.
Inception was nominated for best-science fiction film alongside Hereafter, Iron Man 2, Never Let Me Go, Splice and Tron: Legacy.
The movie also earned noms for best actor (Leonardo DiCaprio, a double nominee, also for Shutter Island), best actress (Ellen Page) and best supporting actor (Tom Hardy).
Meanwhile, Walking Dead's nominations included best TV presentation, best actor (Andrew Lincoln) and best actress.
The best network series nominees are Fringe, Lost, Smallville, Supernatural, V and The Vampire Diaries.
Up for best syndicated/cable TV series are The Closer, Dexter, Eureka, Leverage, Spartacus: Blood and Sand and True Blood.
The 37th annual Saturn Awards take place in June in Burbank.
A complete list of nominees can be found starting on the next page.
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