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‘Alexander,’ ‘Catwoman’ Lead Bad Pix Nominations
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – This could be the year in which Alexander the Great conquers Catwoman and President Bush wins a prize as worst actor.
Nominations for the 25th annual Razzies, which honor the worst films of the year, were announced on Monday with “Catwoman,” the Halle Berry box office bomb, besting “Alexander,” Oliver Stone’s much maligned tale of the bleached blond conqueror, by seven nominations to six.
In addition, the president made the list for worst actor for his film clip appearances in “Fahrenheit 9/11,” a movie he might well consider the worst of the year. Also nominated for their appearances in the politically-charged film about the Iraq war were Secretary of State-designate Condoleezza Rice and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
The Razzies are a traditional spoof award made at Oscar time by the non-profit Golden Raspberry Award Foundation. The group’s prizes are given out on Feb. 26, the day before the Oscars. Never has one of its films gone on to win an Oscar.
“Catwoman” and “Alexander” were nominated for Worst Picture, a category which also drew “SuperBabies: Baby Geniuses 2,” Ben Affleck’s career-eroding “Surviving Christmas,” and “White Chicks,” the Wayans brothers dress-up, gender-bending comedy that left critics cold.
Bush was nominated for worst actor along with Affleck for “Surviving Christmas” and “Jersey Girl,” Vin Diesel for “Chronicles of Riddick,” Colin Farrell for “Alexander.” Ben Stiller was nominated for “Along Came Polly,” “Anchorman,” “Dodgeball,” “Envy” and “Starsky & Hutch.”
Halle Berry was nominated for worst actress for “Catwoman,” Hilary Duff for “Cinderella Story” and “Raise Your Voice,” Angelina Jolie for “Alexander” and “Taking Lives,” Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen for “New York Minute” and Shawn and Marlon Wayans in their incarnation as the Wayans sisters in “White Chicks.”
The nominations for worst screen couple include: Ben Affleck and either Jennifer Lopez or Liv Tyler in “Jersey Girl,” Halle Berry and either Benjamin Bratt or Sharon Stone in “Catwoman, George W. Bush and either Rice or his pet goat in “Fahrenheit 9/11,” the Olsen twins in “New York Minute,” the Wayans Brothers, in or out of drag, in “White Chicks.”
Worst supporting actress were Carmen Electra for “Starsky & Hutch,” Jennifer Lopez for “Jersey Girl,” Rice for “Fahrenheit 9/11,” Britney Spears for her cameo role in that same movie and Sharon Stone for “Catwoman.”
Val Kilmer was nominated for worst supporting actor for “Alexander.” Also nominated were California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger for “Around The World in 80 Days,” Rumsfeld for “Fahrenheit 9/11,” Jon Voight for SuperBabies: Baby Geniuses 2″ and Lambert Wilson for “Catwoman.”
“Catwoman” led with seven nominations to six for Alexander, five for “Fahrenheit 9/11,” five “White Chicks,” and four for “SuperBabies.”