Razzies 2015: Cameron Diaz, Kirk Cameron and Transformers Age Of Ex-STINK-tion 'win big' at Golden Raspberry Awards

Sex Tape and The Other Woman earned Diaz the least-coveted 'actress' gong in awards season

Matilda Battersby
Sunday 22 February 2015 10:41
Jason Segal and Cameron Diaz star in Sex Tape
Jason Segal and Cameron Diaz star in Sex Tape

She might be getting spruced up for the Oscars tonight but Cameron Diaz is not having a good weekend so far.

Last night she was dubbed the worst actress at the 35th Annual Golden Raspberry Awards, otherwise known as the Razzies – one of the least-coveted gongs in Hollywood.

Diaz earned the dubious honour at another LA ceremony for her performances in two comedies: The Other Woman, in which a wife and two mistresses of the same man team up to make his life miserable; and Sex Tape, which sees a couple accidentally release videoed bedtime antics online.

Meanwhile another Cameron picked up the worst actor award for his widely derided faith-based comedy Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas.

Kirk’s film also won worst picture, worst screen combo (Cameron and his ego) and worst screenplay.

Transformers: Age Of Extinction

The Razzies renamed the film Transformers: Age Of Ex-STINK-tion and despite its commercial success the silly, explosion-happy movie couldn’t be saved from more than one win.

Transformers supporting actress Nicola Peltz was spared, but Kelsey Grammer was not as lucky.

The five-time Emmy winner picked up worst supporting actor not just for his role as the evil counter-intelligence agent, but also for his performances in Legends Of Oz, Think Like A Man Too, and Expendables 3.

Megan Fox, who gained fame from the Transformers franchise, was recognised as worst supporting actress for playing the tenacious reporter April in the Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Ben Affleck was the only one who was spared. The actor-director who won for the terrible 2003 movie Gigli, was acknowledged with a Razzie redeemer award thanks to his Oscar-winning film Argo and his performance in David Fincher's Gone Girl.

The modern-day remake of Annie, which also featured Diaz as Miss Hannigan, along with Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhane Wallis as the plucky foster kid, was named worst remake, rip-off or sequel.

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