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Sandra Bullock, Transformers Win Razzies

Worst actress has shot at best actress tonight

(Newser) - Sandra Bullock warmed up for the Academy Awards with a stop at the Razzies to collect a dubious honor: a worst-actress prize for her romantic comedy flop All About Steve. If she wins tonight for The Blind Side, Bullock will be the first person to win an Oscar and a... More »

Sandra Bullock Up for Worst Actress Razzie Award

'Transformers', 'Land of the Lost' top annual worst-of awards nominees

(Newser) - Sandra Bullock has been floating through this awards season on a cloud of nominations, and the Razzies are no exception: The actress—who may very well be nominated for a best actress Oscar tomorrow—snagged a nom for a worst actress Razzie today, thanks to her film All About Steve.... More »

Worst Films of the Decade

From Larry the Cable Guy to Antonio Banderas, these actors should have said no

(Newser) - Some films—including a few released mere weeks ago (we’re looking at you, All About Steve)—are just plain bad. Rotten Tomatoes compiles the absolute worst 100 of the decade so far. A sampling from the top 10, aka the bottom 10:
  • Witless Protection: “Larry the Cable Guy
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Box Office Is Good to Bad

Tyler Perry's newest success defies advertising formula

(Newser) - The box office was good to I Can Do Bad All By Myself, which took in $24 million this weekend, USA Today reports. Tyler Perry’s latest flick rode the same under-the-radar marketing blitz that drew legions of Christians and African Americans to his Madea movies. The digitally-animated 9 made... More »

Women Keep Final Destination in First Place

'All About Steve' comes in close second

(Newser) - Female moviegoers kept The Final Destination on top and propelled Sandra Bullock’s All About Steve into second this Labor Day weekend, Variety reports. Scoring $12.4 million and $11.2 million respectively, the films beat out Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds ($10.8 million), Gerard Butler shoot-'em-up Gamer ($9 million),... More »

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