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Razzies Nominates 12-Year-Old Worst Actress, Ana de Armas’ Blonde Leads Noms | Hollywood

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The Razzie Awards revealed their nominations with the ‘worst’ films and performances of 2022. Oscar winner Tom Hanks and Pete Davidson were double nominated for their work last year. Ana de Armasstarrer Blonde tops the list with eight nominations. Machine Gun Kelly’s comedy Good Mourning followed with seven noms. But many fans online felt the Razzies went too far by nominating 12-year-old Ryan Kiera Armstrong as Worst Actress for her performance in Firestarter. (Read also: Blonde review: a nightmarish, disturbing reimagining of Marilyn Monroe’s life that you can’t see more than once)

This isn’t the first time the Razzies have nominated a child. Previously, actors Gary Coleman were nominated as a 12-year-old and Macaulay Culkin as a 13-year-old in 1994. A Twitter user shared, “We’re picking up 12-year-old girls now, Razzies? Cool cool cool.” Another added: “The Razzies: ‘yes, let’s nominate a 12-year-old child actor for Worst Actress, for sure nothing harmful will happen in her career in the future, such as blacklisting, bullying, abuse, depression, addiction. , and suicide en route.'”

Others felt that the Razzies were only bullying some artists. One user wrote, “Maybe it’s just me, but nominating a 12-year-old girl for something that’s “worst” feels like outright bullying to me. Then again, I never expected a lesson from this horrible organization. No idea why they still exist #razzies #razzieawards.” Another user pointed out the organization’s double standards in the past when it came to other matters. They wrote, “The #Razzies in 2022: “We recant how badly we offended Bruce Willis and Shelley Duvall, that was just cruel. The Razzies in 2023: “Let’s make fun of this 12-year-old girl for doing her best in a movie that wasn’t great!”

Other films that received multiple nominations included Morbius, starring Jared Leto, Disney’s Pinocchio, and the sequel to Netflix’s widely acclaimed 365 Days. The awards, which call themselves the “ugly cousin of the Oscars,” will announce their winners for their 43rd edition on March 11, one day before the Oscars. They announced their nominations two days before the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).

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Check out the full list below:

Worst Supporting Actor

Pete Davidson – Good grief

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Tom Hanks – Elvis

Xavier Samuel – Blonde

Mod Sun – Good grief

Evan Williams – Blonde

Worst Supporting Actress

Adria Arjona – Morbius

Lorraine Bracco – Pinocchio

Penelope Cruz – The 355

Bingbing Fan – The 355 and the king’s daughter

Mira Sorvino – Lamborghini: the man behind the legend

Worst Actor

Colson ‘Machine Gun Kelly’ Baker – Good grief

Jared Leto – Morbius

Pete Davidson – Marmaduke

Sylvester Stallone – Samaritan

Tom Hanks – Pinocchio

Worst Actress

Alicia Silverstone – The requin

Bryce Dallas Howard – Jurassic World Dominion

Ryan Kiera Armstrong – Fire starter

Diane Keaton – Mack & Rita

Kaya Scodelario – The King’s daughter

Worst director

Judd Apatow – The bubble

Colson “Machine Gun Kelly” Baker and Mod Sun – Good grief

Andrew Dominik – Blonde

Daniel Espinosa – Morbius

Robert Zemeckis – Pinocchio

Worst screen couple

Colson ‘Machine Gun Kelly’ Baker and Mod Sun – Good Mourning

Both real characters in the deceptive White House Bedroom Scene – Blonde

Tom Hanks and his latex-laden face (and ridiculous accent!) – Elvis

Andrew Dominik and his problems with women – Blond

The two sequels of 365 days

Worst scenario

Blonde

Pinocchio

Good grief

Jurassic World Domination

Morbius

Worst remake/rip-off/sequel

Blonde

BOTH 365 Days sequels — 365 Days: This Day” and The Next 365 Days

Pinocchio

Fire starter

Jurassic World Domination

Worst photo

Pinocchio

Blonde

Good grief

Morbius

The daughter of the king

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