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Spider-Man, The Suicide Squad Dominate Saturn Awards Nominations

The success of Jordan Peele’s Knope continues, as it is among the major nominees for the 2022 Saturn Awards.

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The Batman leads all the nominees with 12, including Best Superhero Film and Best Actress in a Film for Zoe Kravitz. The Catwoman actress is up against Zendaya in Spider-Man: No Way Home and Keke Palmer in Nope.

Peele’s Alien Invasion Film Awarded Best Science Fiction

The film also received approval, with actors Daniel Kaluuya and Peele writing and directing a film,
It should come as no surprise that Marvel Studios is brimming with recognition in both film and television. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Spider-Man: No Way Home and Thor: Love and Thunder are up for Best Superhero Film, while Loki, WandaVision, Hawkeye and Miss Marvel are streaming Nominated in categories. Although the series was not nominated, Anthony Mackie is up for Best Actor in a Streaming Series for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.

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Best Actor Award in Film

It’s a DC Comics Family Affair as Viola Davis is nominated for Supporting Actress in a Film for her role as Amanda Waller in The Suicide Squad, while Danielle Brooks is nominated for a supporting role in the HBO Max spinoff as her daughter Adabayo. She is all set to star as a supporting actress in a streaming series. Peacemaker. The always outstanding Idris Elba received the Best Actor in a Film award for his work as a member of Task Force X.

Amazing Supporting Actress in a Streaming Series Nominees

In addition to Nope’s nominations, I’m excited to see Jonathan Majors (Loki) and LeVar Burton (Leverage: Redemption) in the Guest Performance category. I have to shout out the amazing supporting actress in the streaming series nominees for Obi-Wan Kenobi, Amazing Supporting Actress in Leverage: Redemption and Moses Ingram, who had to fight evil on and off screen.

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films

Side note: If you haven’t seen Obi-Wan Kenobi yet, definitely check it out now. You don’t have to watch Star Wars first, there are plenty of explainers along the way. And if you like action/heist series, leverage: Redemption on the Amazon freebie is a lot of fun. Plus, it’s family-friendly. The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films will announce the winners for its 50th anniversary celebrations during a livestream on ElectricNow on October 25.

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