Megan Fox Earns Double Razzies: Return to Razzie Shame

Megan Fox Earns Double Razzies: Return to Razzie Shame
Published 1 months ago on Mar 10, 2024

Megan Fox Earns Double Razzies: A Return to Razzie "Glory" After Nearly a Decade.

She also got worst supporting actress for the latest Expendables movie Exp4ndables, in which she is pictured with Andy Garcia and Jacob Scipio

Megan Fox found herself the recipient of not one, but two Golden Raspberry Awards this year, marking a nearly ten-year return to the dubious "honors" bestowed by the Razzie organization. Held annually on the eve of the Oscars, the Razzies celebrate the worst achievements in film, and this year, Fox found herself on the receiving end of their "recognition" for two separate performances.

Fox was crowned Worst Actress for her role in the action film "Johnny & Clyde," a movie that also landed her co-star Sylvester Stallone a Worst Supporting Actor award. "Johnny & Clyde" tells the story of a murderous couple (Avan Jogia and Ajani Russell) who attempt a casino heist in Atlantic City. Fox steps in as the casino's owner, resorting to the occult and a demon named Bakwas to thwart their plans. However, the film received a critical drubbing, currently holding a dismal 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Megan Fox earned an embarrassing two Golden Raspberry Awards this year, nearly a decade after she was first granted the dubious honor; pictured in February

This isn't Fox's first encounter with the Razzies. Back in 2015, she received a Worst Supporting Actress award for her role in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." This year, however, sees her double-down on the dubious honor, demonstrating a commitment to, well, something, in her recent projects.

The night's biggest "winner" wasn't Fox, however. That dubious honor goes to the British slasher film "Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey." This horror reimagining of A.A. Milne's beloved characters garnered a whopping five Razzies, including Worst Picture. Critics were equally unforgiving, evidenced by its current 3% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Meanwhile, Stallone's Razzie history is as long as it is "illustrious." He holds the unenviable record for most Razzies of all time, having "won" 12 awards throughout his career. However, it's worth noting that one of those awards was the Redeemer Award, a rare positive Razzie given for his critically acclaimed performance in "Creed." Despite the occasional redeeming role, Stallone's association with the Razzies began in the 1980s with his Worst Actor "win" for the musical "Rhinestone" co-starring Dolly Parton. Since then, he's remained a frequent Razzie nominee, even taking home the Worst Actor of the Decade award in 1990.

She given worst actress for the action movie Johnny & Clyde, which stars her as a casino owner resorting to desperate measures to protect her business from a heist

While Fox and Stallone's double-Razzie wins may be a cause for amusement, it also raises questions about their recent career choices. Whether they'll take these awards as a wake-up call to seek out stronger projects remains to be seen. One thing's for sure, these awards solidify their place in Razzie "history," for better or worse.


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