It’s OSCUH Day!! Who is going to be crowned prom king and queen of Hollywood? We only have a scant few hours to find out. In the meantime, the Academy Awards’ ugly sister the Razzies has already taken place, so we finally know who got the pig’s blood dropped on them. And the winner is…Blonde! I wonder if Ana de Armas and the film crew told Marilyn Monroe’s grave that they were getting her blessing for making the worst film of 2022.
The 2023 Razzie nominations are here, and poor Tom Hanks scored three nominations: Worst Actor for Disney’s Pinocchio, Worst Supporting Actor for Elvis, and Worst Screen Couple for Tom and his “Latex-Laden Face (and Lubricous Accent)” in Elvis. From double Oscar winner to triple Razzie nominee. Bummer. On the bright side, Tom isn’t the only guy with three noms: Colson Baker, aka Machine Gun Kelly, was also nominated thrice for Worst Actor, Worst Director, and Worst Screen Couple (with Avril Lavigne’s fiancé, Mod Sun) for the stoner comedy, Good Mourning (0% on Rotten Tomatoes). Tom Hanks and MGK: industry equals!
Spencer took home zero awards at last night’s Oscars, but over at the annual Golden Raspberry Awards, Princess Diana was a big winner. Just not for the reasons most Diana fans would appreciate. Or fans of musical theater. Or the kind of people who can celebrate a good mess-watch. Because Netflix’s Diana: The Musical swept this year’s show. And here I was thinking Bruce Willis was going to be the belle of the ball!
Halle Berry did an interview for Vanity Fair’s career timeline series and reflected on several past roles, from 1989’S Living Dolls all the way up to her most recent film/directorial debut, Bruised. She also discussed the iconic critical bomb Catwoman and winning the 2004 Razzie for Worst Actress. Halle explains that everybody takes themselves too seriously, and she wanted to accept the award in person and be “a good loser.” She says, “I had a great time and then I set that thing on fire.” That’s right, Halle torched her Golden Raspberry! Continue reading
The hostless, Zoom-free, and mostly maskless Oscars are happening tonight, but there’s a chance that Glenn Close, who is up for Best Supporting Actress for her role as gritty Thelma Mae Harper in People Of Walmart: The Movie Hillbilly Elegy, will not make an appearance during the 85-hour-long ceremony. And that’s because Glenn will be too busy crying into the fried wall insulation wig she wore in Hillbilly Elegy over losing a much more illustrious award. I’m talking about the Razzie!
Robert Downey Jr. might want to practice holding that pose in the mirror because there’s a very good chance he could very well be soon balancing a Golden Raspberry Award in that same hand. RDJ just landed himself a Worst Actor and a Worst Onscreen Combo nomination for this year’s Razzie Awards, as well as a Worst Picture nomination for the 2020 talking CGI animal dud Dolittle. And these are RDJ’s first Razzie nominations ever. Congratulations, I guess??