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Lohan’s I Know Who Killed Me reaps most Razzies ever
Eddie Murphy and Lindsay Lohan shared some nasty honours by each capturing three 2007 Razzies, awards given to the worst performances and films.
The 28th annual Golden Raspberry Awards, always handed out the day before the Oscars, bestowed Lohan with two worst-actress awards for playing twins in I Know Who Killed Me, which was named worst movie of the year.
Adding to the dishonour, she also won worst onscreen couple for a scene in which she appears opposite herself in a story about siblings stalked by a serial killer.
I Know Who Killed Me was a box office flop with a take of $9 million US worldwide, and won eight of nine Raspberries for which it was nominated.
“Part of why the Razzies exist is to make fun of the academy, which takes itself too seriously,” Razzies founder John Wilson said at the ceremony on Saturday at a magic shop in Santa Monica, Calif.
“If you had tried to make something certain to offend the average 90-year-old academy voter, I don’t think you could have done a better job than the foul-mouthed, physically ugly, emotionally ugly movie [Lohan] unleashed on the world.”
The film also garnered Raspberries for Chris Siverston in the director category as well as Jeffrey Hammond for worst screenplay, and in the new category of Worst Excuse for a Horror Movie.
I Know Who Killed Me broke a record of seven wins previously held by Showgirls and Battlefield Earth.
Murphy’s roles in Norbit rack up Razzies
Norbit, a hit worldwide with $158 million US in box office receipts, captured three of the four worst-acting categories.
Murphy had several parts in Norbit so, besides worst actor, he also nabbed worst supporting actor and supporting actress Raspberries for roles as a Chinese man and Norbit’s screaming overweight wife.
It’s been quite a journey for the comedian, who is now the first person ever to win three acting Razzies in one year. That’s only a year after he was nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actor in Dreamgirls.
The only award left over was given to Daddy Day Camp for Worst Prequel or Sequel.
The winners almost never are in attendance to get their gaudy gold trophies. An exception was Halle Berry, who showed up to accept her 2005 prize for Catwoman.
In the history of the award, Sylvester Stallone is the overall Razzies champ with 30 nominations and 10 wins.
The winners are decided by Razzie members, who must buy a membership to take part in the vote.