- Published: Wednesday, 05 January 2011 19:12
- Written by Lupe Haas
While Burlesque escaped the Worst Picture category, it has the dishonor of getting the most nominations with a worst performance Razzie for Christina Aguilera's feature film debut along with her co-stars Kristen Bell, Cam Gigandet and Cher for Worst Supporting Actor/Actress. Ouch! But that's not all. Burlesque director Steven Antin made the list for worst screenplay and worst director.
Other actors who didn't fare well in the Razzie acting categories include Jessica Alba for four films (Machete, The Killer Inside Me, Little Fockers, Valentine's Day), and Emily Blunt in The Wolfman and Gulliver's Travels.
This year's Razzie is multi-cultural as another Latino George Lopez joins the Razzie list with his performance in Marmaduke, The Spy Next Door, and Valentine's Day. We're glad to see Latinos are being included in something this year.
Christina Aguilera shouldn't be too sad for her possible nomination for Worst Actress since she will be sharing honors with A-lister Angelina Jolie for her work in The Tourist, being the only time both names will be in the same category for an award.
Past honors have been give to Halle Berry for Catwoman who gladly accepted the $4.95 spray painted gold trophy in person and last year Sandra Bullock did the same for her All About Steve performance the day before she won the Academy Award for The Blind Side.
Thankfully someone is also awarding Hollywood for their bad 3D movies. The Golden Rasberry Award aka Razzies added a new well-deserved category for Worst 3D Movie which has plenty to choose from with last year's find crop of three-dimensional headaches. Piranha 3D, The Nutcracker in 3D and Resident Evil: Afterlife made the cut.
The final list of Razzie nominations will be announced January 24th and the mock ceremony will be held the day before the Oscars on February 25th.