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The 2010 Razzies – Sandra Bullock won worst Actress, could she win an Oscar as well?

Posted by LiveFor on March 7, 2010

Sandra Bullock turned up in person to collect her Razzie for Worst Actress. The thing is in a few hours she could win Best Actress at the Oscars.

Sandra, who along with co-star Bradley Cooper also won Worst Screen Couple for their performance in comedy All About Steve, arrived with a trailer filled with DVDs for the audience. She’s a good sport for turning up to collect the prize. Has anyone seen All About Steve? Is it as bad as they say?

She is in the running for Best Actress Oscar for her role in The Blind Side.

Michael Bay and Transformers 2 won Worst Picture and Director.

Below is the full list of Losers. Do you agree or disagree with any of them?

WORST PICTURE

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

WORST DIRECTOR

Michael Bay – Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

WORST ACTOR

Jonas Brothers – The 3-D Concert Experience

WORST ACTRESS

Sandra Bullock – All About Steve

WORST SUPPORT ACTOR

Billy Ray Cyrus – Hannah Montana: The Movie

WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Sienna Miller – G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra

WORST SCREEN COUPLE

Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper – All About Steve

WORST REMAKE/RIP-FF/SEQUEL

Land of the Lost

WORST PICTURE OF THE DECADE

Battlefield Earth

WORST ACTOR OF THE DECADE

Eddie Murphy

WORST ACTRESS OF THE DECADE

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Paris, Not France – Trailer for Paris Hilton Documentary

Posted by LiveFor on May 18, 2009

PARIS, NOT FRANCE provides an intimate and provocative look at the world’s first new media star – Paris Hilton. Shot in London, New York, Tokyo, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, the film explores the business of being Paris Hilton, and the human being that lies beneath the public persona. Adria Petty’s documentary attempts to explore how the Paris phenomenon came to be, and how it defines this moment in culture. With additional commentary from the Hilton family, friends and media experts ranging from Donald Trump, Camille Paglia, Jeff Vespa of WireImage, Richard Johnson of Page Six and more, the film poses the ultimate questions – What is so fascinating about Paris Hilton? And why are we such a celebrity obsessed culture?

I think I’ll be giving this one a miss.

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