41st Saturn Awards

The 41st Saturn Awards, honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy, horror and other genres in film and television in 2014, was held on June 25, 2015, in Burbank, California. The awards were presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. The nominations were announced in March 2015.
In film, led the nominations with eleven, followed by Interstellar with ten, and Guardians of the Galaxy with nine. In series, Hannibal and The Walking Dead both earned seven nominations.
Four persons received two nominations: James Gunn stands as the only nominated in different categories with both Best Director and Best Writing for Guardians of the Galaxy, while Peter King received two Best Make-up nominations, and Joe Letteri and Jonathan Fawkner were both nominated twice in the Best Special Effects category. Additionally, Tom Cruise broke his own record of the most Best Actor nominations by receiving a tenth nomination in the category for Edge of Tomorrow.
Interstellar won the most awards with six wins, including Best Science Fiction Film, Best Writing and Best Music, followed by Guardians of the Galaxy with four wins including Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture, Best Director and Best Actor. Hannibal and The Walking Dead led the wins in television with three for each, including a tie between the two in the Best Actor category.

Winners and nominees





Home Entertainment

Special Awards

;Artist Showcase Award
;Breakthrough Performance Award
;Special Recognition Award
;The Dan Curtis Legacy Award


The following works received multiple nominations:
11 nominations: ', Interstellar
9 nominations: Guardians of the Galaxy
8 nominations: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
7 nominations: Edge of Tomorrow,
5 nominations: Into the Woods, '
4 nominations: Birdman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Maleficent
3 nominations: The Babadook, Dracula Untold, Nightcrawler, Whiplash
2 nominations: The Equalizer,
', Godzilla, Gone Girl, The Guest,
How to Train Your Dragon 2, ', Inherent Vice, Unbroken
The following works received multiple wins:
6 wins: Interstellar
4 wins: Guardians of the Galaxy
2 wins: Dracula Untold, Gone Girl,


The following works received multiple nominations:
7 nominations: The Walking Dead
6 nominations: Hannibal
4 nominations: Continuum, Outlander
3 nominations: Agent Carter, , Falling Skies, The Flash, Game of Thrones, The Librarians, The Strain
2 nominations: The Americans, Bates Motel, Doctor Who, Gotham, Teen Wolf
The following works received multiple wins:
3 wins: Hannibal, The Walking Dead
2 wins: The Flash, Game of Thrones