She’s the worst. On Saturday night, Sandra Bullock collected a worst actress Razzie Award for her romantic comedy bomb All About Steve. But might she also be the best? On Sunday night, Bullock is the favorite to win best actress at the 82nd annual Academy Awards for her role in The Blind Side. If she wins she’ll be the first person to win an Oscar and a Razzie on the same weekend.
Bullock showed up in person at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in Hollywood to collect her Razzie, taking the stage pulling a little red wagon filled with DVD’s of All About Steve, offering everyone in the audience a copy as a parting gift. Bullock also shared a second Razzie for worst screen couple with All About Steve co-star Bradley Cooper.
Meanwhile, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was chosen as the year’s worst picture, while also capturing worst director (Michael Bay) and worst screenplay. Of course, Bay and his screenwriters are laughing all the way to the bank as Transformers has taken in more than $400 million domestically, No. 2 on the 2009 box-office chart behind Avatar.
The worst-actor Razzie went to Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas for Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience. And while Miley Cyrus escaped distinction, her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, was named worst supporting actor for Hannah Montana. Sienna Miller received the worst supporting actress Razzie for G.I. Joe.
Will Ferrell’s action comedy flop Land of the Lost tied the field with Transformers for most Razzie nominations with seven, but took home just one award -- worst remake, rip-off or sequel.
Razzie voters also made worst of the decade picks. The worst actress of the decade went to Paris -- Paris Hilton, that is. Worst actor was an easy choice: Eddie Murphy (Imagine That, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, I Spy, Meet Dave). Finally, worst picture of the decade was Battlefield Earth.