The Hillbilly Elegy star joins Amy Irving and James Coco in an elite group of dual Oscar-Razzie nominees for the same performance.
Thirty-eight years ago, entertainment publicist John Wilson held a potluck Oscar party at his Los Angeles home, and — inspired by a double feature of the infamous movie musicals Xanadu and Can’t Stop the Music — he decided to launch his own informal awards show, the Golden Raspberry Awards, or “Razzies,” to recognize the worst in film. Obviously the title Can’t Stop the Music was incredibly nonprophetic, since Village People’s poorly timed flick came out in 1980, when disco music was well on its way to being stopped.
'Gotti,' 'Holmes & Watson,' 'Death of a Nation' and 'The Happytime Murders' share the dubious honor of leading nominations for this year's Razzies.
Dwayne Johnson was clearly amused by the new category for a Razzie for 'Baywatch,' the Special Rotten Tomatoes Award: The Razzie Nominee So Bad You Loved It!
"Transformers: The Last Knight" earns the dubious honor of having the most nominations, followed by "Fifty Shades Darker."
This year’s event features such nominees as “The Entire Cast of Once Respected Actors” from Collateral Beauty for worst screen combo and Zack Snyder‘s infamously poorly received superhero flick, Batman v Superman, up for seven different categories, including worst actor for stars Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill.
Pair vie for worst picture of 2016 with 'Dirty Grandpa,' 'Gods of Egypt,' 'Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party,' and 'Independence Day: Resurgence'
Prince, Madonna, George Lucas, Tim Robbins, and many more A-List talents were in the mix for "honors" due to some of their more dubious achievements, another reason moviegoers never had a more interesting popcorn-movie season than 30 years ago
Fifty Shades of Grey dominated the winners list at this year’s Razzies with five total nods, including worst actor, worst actress, worst screenplay, worst screen combo and the big winner of the night, worst picture. The 36th annual satirical awards show, honoring Fifty Shades as last year’s “Most Successful Bad Movie,” was held on Feb. 27, the night before the Oscars.
‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ received six nominations, including Worst Picture, in the 2016 Razzie Awards, tied for the lead with 'Pixels,' 'Jupiter Ascending,' and 'Paul Blart Mall Cop 2'