Kim Kardashian, Tyler Perry, Will Smith, and Jaden Smith were the big “winners” at The 34th Annual Razzie Awards.
On March 1, in a penthouse across the street from the Dolby Theatre (where The Academy Awards will be doled out March 2), The 34th Annual Razzie Awards were bestowed upon the year’s worst actors, writers, directors, and films.
After Earth, starring Will and Jaden Smith, and Movie 43, starring every nearly A-lister in existence, were the night’s biggest winners, accounting for six of the nine categories.
Also nominated: After EarthGrown Ups 2The Lone RangerA Madea Christmas
Also nominated: Johnny Depp for The Lone RangerAshton Kutcher for JobsAdam Sandler for Grown Ups 2Sylvester Stallone for Bullet To The Head, Escape Plan, and Grudge Match
Also nominated:Halle Berry for Movie 43 and The CallSelena Gomez for GetawayLindsay Lohan for The CanyonsNaomi Watts for Diana and Movie 43
Also nominated:Lady Gaga for Machete KillsSalma Hayek for Grown Ups 2Katherine Heigl for The Big WeddingLindsay Lohan for In-App-Propriate Comedy and Scary Movie 5
Also nominated:Chris Brown for Battle Of The YearLarry the Cable Guy for A Madea ChristmasTaylor Lautner for Grown Ups 2Nick Swardson for A Haunted House and Grown Ups 2
Also nominated:Dennis Dugan for Grown Ups 2Tyler Perry for A Madea Christmas and TemptationM. Night Shyamalan for After EarthGore Verbinski for The Lone Ranger
Also nominated:The entire cast of Grown Ups 2The entire cast of Movie 43Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen for Scary Movie 5Tyler Perry and (either) Larry the Cable Guy or That Worn-Out Wig and Dress for A Madea Christmas
Also nominated: Grown Ups 2Hangover IIIScary Movie 5Smurfs 2
Also nominated: After Earth — Screenplay by Gary Whitta and M. Night Shyamalan, Story by Will SmithGrown Ups 2 — Written by Fred Wolfe, Adam Sandler, and Tim HerlihyThe Lone Ranger — Screen Story and Screenplay by Ted Elliott, Justin Haythe, and Terry RossoA Madea Christmas — Written by Tyler Perry
(Note: Movie 43 was written by — “Beezel,” written by James Gunn; “Victory’s Glory,” written by Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko; “Truth or Dare,” written by Greg Pritkin; “Happy Birthday,” written by Jacob Fleisher; “Tampax,” written by Patrik Forsberg and Olle Sarri; “Middleschool Date,” written by Elizabeth Shapiro; “Machine Kids,” written by Jonathan van Tulleken; “Super Hero Speed Dating,” written by Will Carlough; “iBabe,” screenplay by Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko, story by Claes Kiellstrom, Jonas Wittenmark, and Tobias Carlson; “Veronica,” written by Matt Portenoy; “The Proposition,” written by Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko; “Homeschooled,” written by Will Graham and Jack Kukoda; “The Catch,” story by Bill O’Malley, written by Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko; “The Pitch,” written by Rocky Russo, Jeremy Sosenko, and Ricky Bitt)