Awards for 2005

Razzie Award

Worst Picture

WINNER

Catwoman: (Warner Bros.)

NOMINEES

Alexander: (Warner Bros.)


Surviving Christmas: (DreamWorks)

White Chicks: (Columbia, Revolution)

Worst Actor

WINNER

NOMINEES




Worst Actress

WINNER

Catwoman: Halle Berry
Halle Berry actually accepted her award in person, becoming the first actress to do so.

NOMINEES




White Chicks: Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans
The Wayans Sisters.

Worst Supporting Actor

WINNER

NOMINEES


Around the World in 80 Days: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Ah-Nuld Schwarzenegger, Around the World in 80 Daze.


Worst Supporting Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES




Worst Director

WINNER

NOMINEES


Exorcist: The Beginning: Renny Harlin, Paul Schrader
Renny Harlin and/or Paul Schrader.


Worst Screenplay

WINNER

NOMINEES




Worst 'Musical' of Our First 25 Years

WINNER

NOMINEES





Worst Screen Couple

WINNER

Fahrenheit 9/11: George W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice, "His Pet Goat"
George W. Bush & EITHER Condoleeza Rice OR His Pet Goat.

NOMINEES

Catwoman: Halle Berry, Benjamin Bratt, Sharon Stone
Halle Berry & EITHER Benjamin Bratt OR Sharon Stone.

Jersey Girl: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Liv Tyler
Ben Affleck & EITHER Jennifer Lopez OR Liv Tyler.


White Chicks: Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans
The Wayans Brothers (In or Out of Drag).

Worst Remake or Sequel

WINNER

NOMINEES


Around the World in 80 Days
Around the World in 80 Daze.


Worst 'Comedy' of Our First 25 Years

WINNER

NOMINEES




Worst 'Drama' of Our First 25 Years

WINNER

NOMINEES




Worst Razzie Loser of Our First 25 Years

WINNER

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Ah-Nuld Schwarzenegger, with 8 nominations, including 1 for 2004.

NOMINEES

Kim Basinger
With 6 nominations total.

Angelina Jolie
With 7 nominations, including 2 for 2004.

Ryan O'Neal
With 6 nominations total.

Keanu Reeves
With 7 nominations total.

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