Kim Kardashian, Tyler Perry, Will Smith, and Jaden Smith were the big "winners" at The 34th Annual Razzie Awards.
The Twilight Saga had largely avoided the wrath of the Golden Raspberry Awards, which dishonor the worst in film, until now. The final Twilight film "won" seven Razzies on Feb. 23 — although it could have been worse.
Each year, 10 Golden Raspberry Awards are bestowed on the worst actors, writers, and directors in film. As always, some of these nominees, which were announced yesterday, deserve a break.
The awards honoring Hollywood's worst announced their nominations this morning with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 sweeping all categories, even offering Kristen Stewart two worst actress nods.
Eleven nominations across TEN categories. Unfortunately buried in all the weekend’s Oscars talk were the nominations for the annual Golden Raspberry Awards, which singled out the year’s worst movies.
A crappy companion piece to the Oscar nominations. This list is a composite of predictions from film critics as to which cinematic atrocity will win the uncoveted Razzie for Worst Picture, compiled by awards show handicappers GoldDerby.
They're neck and neck for the Worst.
Very deserving recipients.
But the real winner was M. Night Shyamalan.
Stiff competition for the Razzie this year.
Sandra Bullock could become the first star to ever win Best and Worst Actress in the same year.
The movie, based on the award-winning play, is centered in a parish in which Father Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is accused by Sister Aloysius (Meryl Streep) of abusing a student, despite her having no evidence.