The 2010 Razzie nominations are in! I love this time of year because we get to see who really sucked up this year with their horrific performances in flicks and you’d think with these Razzies that celebrities would get the hint. But nope, they don’t. Sometimes all some stars care about is getting some publicity rather than none at all. Check out the 2010 Razzies nominations here, including the worst films of the decade.
It was quite a year for the film industry but this time of year we get to hear about the worst of the worst. The 2010 Razzies award nominations are in and you may be surprised to see who got nominated. From Land of the Lost to Revenge of the Fallen for Worst Picture, it will be interesting to see who wins this coveted honor. And what about the worst films of the decade? We’ve got those here too.
According to Razzies.com, the nominees for Worst Picture includes: All About Steve, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Land of The Lost, Old Dogs and Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen. Surprisingly enough, both Land of the Lost and Transformers received seven Razzie nominations!
In a rather interesting feat, Sandra Bullock was nominated for worst actress for her role in All About Steve. The pretty freakin’ amazing thing about Bullock’s acting year is that the same year she could possibly receive a Razzie, she could also receive an Oscar! Sandra is said to be expected to score an Academy Award nomination on Tuesday for her role in “The Blind Side.” Will she be able to beat out these other actresses for a Razzie, though? Here are the Worst Actress nominations: Beyonce in Obsessed, Sandra Bullock in All About Steve, Miley Cyrus in Hannah Montana: The Movie, Megan Fox in Jennifer’s Boy AND Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, and Sarah Jessica Parker in Did You Hear About the Morgans?
In addition to this year’s nominations, the end of the decade brings about nominations for the worst films of the decade. Who is up for a Razzie? Well, my friends, the worst picture nominees are “Battlefield Earth,” “Freddy Got Fingered,” “Gigli,” “I Know Who Killed Me” and “Swept Away.” Talk about fierce competition!
Check out other 2010 Razzie Nominations here.
2010 Razzie winners will be announced March 6th, 2010. Who do you think will win worst film of the decade?
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