After last year’s successful launch into the television orbit and a safe return to Earth, The Spaceys are all systems go for a second mission….But for these awards, the celebrities and recipients don’t come to the show, the show goes to them. Spacey cameras, for example, visited London to present a special lifetime achievement award to pioneer special-effects craftsman Ray Harryhausen…One Harryhausen admirer, Lord of the Rings maestro Peter Jackson, will also be getting a special achievement award, although the Spaceys didn’t journey to New Zealand to hand it over. “Jackson actually sent us stuff from New Zealand he had his own people shoot,” says Spaceys’ on-camera host Jonathan Llyr who notes the Kiwi filmmaker is also up for two other awards on the show. [More]