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'Fifty Shades of Grey' Dominates 2016 Razzies

'Fifty Shades of Grey' Dominates 2016 Razzies
Fifty Shades of Grey put on a dominating performance at the 36th annual Razzie Awards – the annual pre-Oscars event that celebrates the worst films of the year – as the cinematic adaptation "won" five Golden Raspberry Awards.

The film's stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan were named Worst Actress and Worst Actor as well as Worst Onscreen Duo, while the film also scooped up the Worst Screenplay trophy. Despite racking up the Razzies, Fifty Shades of Grey had to share its win in the night's least prestigious category – Worst Film – as
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Razzie Awards 2016: 'Fifty Shades of Grey' & 'Fantastic Four' Both win Worst Picture

Razzie Awards 2016: 'Fifty Shades of Grey' & 'Fantastic Four' Both win Worst Picture
The Razzie Awards ended in a surprise tie. The critically drubbed superhero reboot "Fantastic Four" and the erotic romance "Fifty Shades of Grey" both won Worst Picutre, marking the category's first tie in 25 years. There have only been two other ties in Worst Picture history. In 1990, "The Adventures of Lord Fairlane" and "Ghosts Can't Do It" shared the prize, and in 1986 both "Howard the Duck" and "Under the Cherry Moon" prevailed. (Click here for the complete list of Razzie winners.) -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Oscar Predictions And not only did "Fantastic" and "Fifty Shades" tie for the top prize, they also dominated the rest of the Razzie field. "Fifty Shades" won five awards total, also taking Worst Actor (Jamie Dornan), Worst Actress (Dakota Johnson), Worst Screenplay and Worst Screen Combo ...
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Michael Bay ('Transformers: Age of Extinction') ties Razzie Awards record for Worst Director

Michael Bay ('Transformers: Age of Extinction') ties Razzie Awards record for Worst Director
By taking home his second Razzie for Worst Director for "Transformers: Age of Extinction," action filmmaker Michael Bay now holds the distinction of being tied for the most "wins" in the category. He had previously prevailed in this category for the second instalment of the Transformers franchise, "Revenge of the Fallen" (2009). -Break- Only two other directors have taken home this dishonor on more than one occasion: John Derek prevailed first for "Bolero" (1984) and then for "Ghosts Can't Do It" (1990), which was the last film he directed before he passed in 1998. And M. Night Shyamalan was recognized for "Lady and the Water" (2006) and "The Last Airbender" (2010), 20 years after Derek had set the record in the category. Related: Complete list of 2014 Razzie Awards winners With five career bids for Worst Director, Bay also holds the distinction of being tied with Brian De Pal...'
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