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Golden Raspberry and Oscar Winners
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After being nominated for his Supporting Role in "Dreamgirls", Eddie Murphy won 3 Golden Raspberries for his roles as Norbit, Mr. Wong and Rasputia
Known for her Oscar speech after winning Best Actress for "Monster's Ball", she accepted the Razzie for her performance in "Catwoman" and delivered a speech while holding an oscar in one hand and the razzie in the other!
After winning Worst Actress for "All About Steve" (and giving the audience each a DVD copy of the film), Sandra won an Oscar for the biopic, "The Blind Side" in the same weekend.
This screenwriter/director known for winning Worst Screeplay with Eric Roth on the critical and commercial flop "The Postman" (which destroyed Kevin Costner's career). He won Best Adapted Screenplay with co-writer/director Curtis Hanson for James Ellroy's "L.A. Confidential". This made him the first person to win a Razzie and Oscar in the same weekend. He was nominated again for adapting Dennis Lehane's "Mystic River".
After being nominated for her leading role in "Pretty Woman" and supporting role in "Steel Magnolias", Julia got nominated for Worst Supporting Actress for "Hook". Before her Oscar-winning performance in "Erin Brockovich", she was nominated for Worst Actress for the critical and financial flop "Mary Reilly".
Before "Aliens" and after "Terminator", Cameron co-wrote "First Blood Part II" which earned him Worst Screenplay. 12 years later he became "King of the World" after winning Best Director for the disaster epic "Titanic".
Just after winning Worst Actor for "A Cop and Half" couldn't get any worse, Reynolds just got lucky for his Oscar nominated performance in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights" in his supporting role
After being nominated for Worst Screenplay for "Batman and Robin", Goldsman later won Best Adapted Screenplay for "A Beautiful Mind" based on the life of John Nash.
After being nominated for Worst Supporting Actor for the infamous "Howard the Duck", Tim Robbins won Best Supporting Actor for "Mystic River"
After winning Best Adapted Acreenplay for "Forrest Gump" Eric Roth won Worst Screeplay with Brian Helgeland for "The Postman". He was later nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay with Tony Jushner for "Munich" based on the novel "Vengeance: The True Story of an Israeli Counter-Terrorist Team" by George Jonas.
The daughter of Oscar-winner Francis Ford Coppola, earned two Razzie nominations for her supporting roles in "The Godfather Part III" (which she won) and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. After deciding to following in her father footsteps, she won Best Original Screenplay for her second motion picture "Lost In Translation" which also earned her a nomination for Best Director.
Know for his Oscar-winning performance in the biopic Gandhi, Kingsley was nominated for Worst Supporting Actor for "The Love Guru". His last nomination for an Oscar was for his leading role in "House of Sand and Fog".
After being nominated for Worst Actress for "Vanilla Sky" (a butchered remake of Open Your Eyes) and "Blow", Cruz won Best Supporting Actress for Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona". She was previously nominated for her leading role in "Volver" and later for her supporting role in "Nine".
Screenwriter Randall was nominated for Best Original Screenplay for the Oscar-winning "Braveheart", he was later nominated for Worst Screenplay for the Razzie-nominated "Pearl Harbour" (despite it winning Best Sound Editing).
Known for her Oscar-winning role in "Network," Faye Dunaway will later become a target for the Golden Raspberry community, most notably winning Worst Actress for "Mommie Dearest" and Worst Supporting Actress for "The Temp."
After receiving two Oscar nominations for "Ali" and "The Pursuit of Happyness," Will won Worst Supporting Actor for "After Earth."
Despite receiving two Oscar nominations for writing and directing "The Sixth Sense," Shymalan won Worst Supporting Actor and Worst Director for "Lady in the Water." He'll later win Worst Director for a second time and Worst Screenplay for "The Last Airbender."
After receiving Best Director Nomination for "Good Will Hunting," Gus Van Sant won Worst Director for the shot-for-shot remake of the 60's classic "Psycho." He'll later receiving the same Oscar nomination for the biopic "Milk."
After winning Best Director for "The Deer Hunter," Michael Cimino later won Worst Director for "Heaven's Gate."
After earning an Oscar nomination for "The Social Network," Jesse Eisenberg won Worst Supporting Actor for "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice."
After winning Best supporting actor for "Dallas Buyers Club," Jared Leto got nominated for Worst Supporting Actor for "Suicide Squad."
After being nominated for Best Actor for "Magnolia," Tom Cruise won Worst Actor for "The Mummy," after being previously nominated for Worst Actor for "War of the Worlds."
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