Sandra Bullock is a decent bet to earn an Oscar nomination on Tuesday, which would mean she would pull off a rare awards-season double: An Oscar and Razzie nomination in the same year.
“All About Steve,” the 2009 movie Bullock starred in that wasn’t “The Blind Side” or “The Proposal,” is among the leading nominees for the annual Razzie Awards, honoring the worst of what Hollywood had to offer in the past year. Bullock is nominated for worst actress and worst screen couple (with Bradley Cooper) in “All About Steve”; the movie is also nominated for worst picture, director and screenplay.
Those five nominations don’t, however, put it at the top of this year’s Razzie list. That, uh, honor goes to “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “Land of the Lost,” which had opposite fates at the box office but are united in their suckitude with seven Razzie nominations each. Both are nominated for worst picture.
The other worst picture nominees are “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” and “Old Dogs.”
“Twilight: New Moon” also earned several Razzie nods, including ones for worst supporting actor Robert Pattinson, worst screen couple — “Kristen Stewart and either Robert Pattinson or Taylor Whatz-His-Fang” — and worst sequel, remake or ripoff.
This year’s Razzie Awards will also call out the worst picture, actor and actress of the past decade, based on their previous Razzie wins. The worst-movie nominees are “Gigli,” “Battlefield Earth,” “Swept Away,” “Freddy Got Fingered” and “I Know Who Killed Me,” which must be what hell’s multiplex plays. The decade’s worst acting nominees include Ben Affleck, Madonna, Eddie Murphy, John Travolta and Lindsay Lohan.
The awards will be given out Saturday, March 6 — the night before the Oscars. You can see all the nominees at Razzies.com.
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