As we wait to find out tonight who will be the winners at the Academy Awards, which celebrates the best in film, the Golden Raspberry Awards — which spotlights the very worst in film — were held last night, February 21, 2015, at The Montalban theater in Hollywood, CA.
Tying for the lead with 6 Razzie Awards nods each were Transformers: Age of Extinction, the third Michael Bay sequel in the blockbuster franchise, and Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas, the “put Christ back in Christmas” comedy. Guess which movie took home the most awards for the best of the worst? That’s right, Kirk Cameron swept the Razzies with 4 wins.
See here below for the complete list of 2015 Golden Raspberry Awards “Winners.”
Tomorrow will see the nominations revealed for the Academy Awards, which celebrate the best in film, and as is custom, the nominees for the Golden Raspberry Awards — the very worst in film — were announced today.
Tying for the lead with 6 Razzie nods each are Transformers: Age of Extinction, the third Michael Bay sequel in the blockbuster franchise, and Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas, the “put Christ back in Christmas” comedy.
Big name stars like Mark Wahlberg, Nicholas Cage, Adam Sandler, Cameron Diaz, and Charlize Theron are all up for Worst acting awards this year, while Any Two Robots from Age Of Extinction is up for Worst Screen Combo.
See here below for the complete list of nominees for the 2015 Golden Raspberry Awards, which will be given out on February 21, 2015 (the day before the Academy Awards ceremony).
Is it April? It feels like it should be the beginning of April, spring in the air, flowers blooming, and of course, deception afoot.
No, no—it’s October, the most wonderful time of the year! So why is it that news outlets are reporting that a one Mr. Nicolas Cage has entered into talks to star in a remake of Left Behind, the trilogy of religious-based movies headlined by Growing Pains star Kirk Cameron? Well…because apparently it’s true, folks.
With a jetpack fueled by insomnia and an easily amused mind, From the Interwebs scours and sifts through everything that has ever appeared on the internet (more or less) to find a few things that you should know about every week. These things come from the interwebs, hence the clever name.
This week we have Rocky 4 with robots, CD art, Tobias FÃ¼nke, a Marvel Dance-Off, and child celebrities responding to Kirk Cameron.