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From 'Blonde' to 'Morbius', all the movies nominated for a golden raspberry at 43rd Razzie Awards

Ana De Armas' 'Blonde' and Jared Leto's 'Morbius' seem to be leading with the maximum number of nominations
Disney' 'Pinnochio', 'Blonde' and 'Morbius' have all been nominated at the 43rd Razzie Awards (Narcity/Allure/Vulture)
Disney' 'Pinnochio', 'Blonde' and 'Morbius' have all been nominated at the 43rd Razzie Awards (Narcity/Allure/Vulture)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: There are some movies that make people cry, laugh and feel the full-spectrum of human emotion, then there are those that end up being frontrunners for Razzie Awards. Who would have thought that there would be an award show that would single-handedly give out awards for the most dreadful movies of the year? The list for the 43ed Razzie Awards seems "promising" with Ana De Armas' 'Blonde' and Tom Hanks' starrer 'Pinocchio' receiving nominations. 

The Golden Raspberry Awards or Razzies as they are popularly known, started on March 31, 1981 and comprises a team of 1,000 members, a mix of cinephiles and some chosen ones in the film industry, who choose the movies that dissappointed audiences and the film industry the most. The winners will be announced on Saturday, March 11, on the eve of the Academy Awards.


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Jared Leto starrer 'Morbius' was up for a whopping five Razzies, including worst picture and worst actor. How can the auidience forget the gut-churning 'Blonde', a historical fictional drama about Marilyn Monroe, which received a total of eight nominations, including worst picture, worst director (Andrew Dominik) and worst screenplay. Luckily, Ana de Armas dodged a worst actress nomination. Tom Hanks, on the other hand, was under the audience's radar for a not-so-great performance in Disney's 'Pinocchio'. The 'Forrest Gump' star was nominated for worst actor for Disney's 'Pinocchio' and worst supporting actor for 'Elvis'. Hanks was also nominated for the worst screen couple, for his latex-laden face, prosthetics and accent in 'Elvis'. Read on to know about all the nominations: 

43rd Annual Golden Raspberry (Razzie) Nominations

Worst Picture


        Disney’s 'Pinocchio'

        'Good Mourning'     

        'The King’s Daughter'


Worst Actor

Colson Baker (aka Machine Gun Kelly) for 'Good Mourning'

Pete Davidson (Voice Only) for 'Marmaduke'

Tom Hanks (As Gepetto) for Disney’s 'Pinocchio'

Jared Leto for 'Morbius' 

Sylvester Stallone for 'Samaritan'

Worst Actress

Ryan Kiera Armstrong for 'Firestarter'

Bryce Dallas Howard for 'Jurassic Park: Dominion'

Diane Keaton for 'Mack & Rita' 

Kaya Scodelario for 'The King’s Daughter'

Alicia Silverstone for 'The Requin'  

Worst Remake/Rip-Off/Sequel


BOTH '365 Days' Sequels – '365 Days: This Day'

and 'The Next 365 Days' [a Razzie BOGO]

Disney’s 'Pinocchio' 


'Jurassic World: Dominion'

Worst Supporting Actress

Adria Arjona for 'Morbius' 

Lorraine Bracco (Voice Only) for Disney’s 'Pinocchio'

Penelope Cruz for 'The 355' 

Bingbing Fan for 'The 355' and 'The King’s Daughter'

Mira Sorvino for 'Lamborghini: The Man Behind the Legend'

Worst Supporting Actor

Pete Davidson (Cameo Role) for 'Good Mourning'

Tom Hanks for 'Elvis' 

Xavier Samuel for 'Blonde'

Mod Sun for 'Good Mourning'

Evan Williams for 'Blonde'

Worst Screen Couple

Colson Baker (aka Machine Gun Kelly) & Mod Sun for 'Good Mourning'

Both Real Life Characters in the Fallacious White House Bedroom Scene in 'Blonde'

Tom Hanks and His Latex-Laden Face (and Ludicrous Accent) in 'Elvis'

Andrew Dominik and His Issues with Women in 'Blonde' 

The Two '365 Days' Sequels (both Released in 2022)

Worst Director

Judd Apatow for 'The Bubble'

Colson Baker (aka Machine Gun Kelly) & Mod Sun for 'Good Mourning'

Andrew Dominik for 'Blonde'

Daniel Espinosa for 'Morbius' 

Robert Zemeckis for Disney’s 'Pinocchio' 

Worst Screenplay

'Blonde': Written for the Screen by Andrew Dominik,

    Adapted from the “Bio-Novel” by Joyce Carol Oates

Disney’s 'Pinocchio': Screenplay by Robert Zemeckis and Chris Weitz

   (Not Authorized by the Estate of Carlo Collodi)

'Good Mourning':  "Written" by Machine Gun Kelly and Mod Sun

'Jurassic World: Dominion': Screenplay by Emily Carmichael

   and Colin Treverrow, story by Treverrow and Derek Connolly

'Morbius': Screen story and screenplay by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless