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Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas was the big winner at this year’s Razzie Awards.

The faith-based comedy about the true meaning of Christmas won four awards, including worst picture and worst actor, at the 35th Golden Raspberry Awards ceremony on February 21.

The Razzies, which celebrates movie-making mediocrity, took place a short walk from the venue for tonight’s Oscars.

Razzie winners, who rarely turn up, get a $4.79 gold-spray-painted trophy.

Saving Christmas won worst picture, worst actor, worst screenplay and worst screen combo – for Kirk Cameron “and his ego”.

The movie is also only one of two films last year to score a zero rating on the review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes.Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas big winner at Razzies 2015

The tag line on its film poster is “Put Christ back in Christmas”.

Cameron Diaz was named worst actress for two comedies The Other Woman and Sex Tape.

The worst supporting actress prize went to Megan Fox for the reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction had led the field with seven nominations, but won only worst director and worst supporting actor for Kelsey Grammer.

Annie was named the worst remake, rip-off or sequel.

A new category – the Razzie Redeemer award – was introduced this year to reward a former Razzies target who has done good work in the past 12 months.

Ben Affleck was saluted in an online public vote for going from the much-panned Gigli to Oscar-winning Argo and Oscar-nominated Gone Girl.

The actor’s award was announced by real-life nun and veteran film critic Sister Rose Pacatte.

Rose Pacatte told the audience: “We Catholic nuns are all about redemption.”

The regular awards are chosen by 757 voting members in the US and abroad.

For the first time, the paying public was able to attend the irreverent ceremony – held this year at Hollywood’s Montalban theatre.

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2015 Razzie Awards complete list of winners:


  • Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas
  • Left Behind
  • The Legend of Hercules
  • Teenage Mutant Nunja Turtles
  • Transformers: Age of Extinction


  • Kirk Cameron, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas
  • Nicolas Cage, Left Behind
  • Kellan Lutz, The Legend of Hercules
  • Seth MacFarlane, A Million Ways to Die in the West
  • Adam Sandler, Blended


  • Cameron Diaz, The Other Woman
  • Drew Barrymore, Blended
  • Melissa McCarthy, Tammy
  • Charlize Theron, A Million Ways to Die in the West
  • Gaia Weiss, The Legend of HerculesRazzie Awards winners 2015


  • Kelsey Grammer, Expendables 3/Legends of Oz/Think Like a Man Too/Transformers: Age of Extinction
  • Shaquille O’Neal, Blended
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, Expendables 3
  • Kiefer Sutherland, Pompeii
  • Mel Gibson, Expendables 3


  • Megan Fox, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Nicola Peltz, Transformers: Age of Extinction
  • Brigitte Ridenour, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas
  • Susan Sarandon, Tammy
  • Cameron Diaz, Annie


  • Michael Bay, Transformers: Age of Extinctions
  • Darren Doane, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas
  • Renny Harlin, The Legend of Hercules
  • Jonathan Liebesman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Seth MacFarlane, A Million Ways to Die in the West


  • Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas
  • Left Behind
  • Sex Tape
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Transformers: Age of Extinction


  • Kirk Cameron & his ego, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas
  • Cameron Diaz & Jason Segel, Sex Tape
  • Kellan Lutz & either his abs, his pecs, or his glutes, The Legend of Hercules
  • Seth MacFarlane & Charlize Theron, A Million Ways to Die in the West
  • Any two robots, actors, or robotic actors, Transformers: Age of Extinction


  • Annie
  • Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?
  • The Legend of Hercules
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Transformers: Age of Extinction”


  • Ben Affleck – from Gigli to Argo and Gone Girl
  • Jennifer Aniston – from Razzie-nominee to Cake
  • Mike Myers – from Love Guru to documentary Supermensch
  • Keanu Reeves – from Razzie-nominee to John Wick
  • Kristen Stewart – from Twilight to Camp X-Ray [youtube jjEPdj7rGFw 650]

Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez posed side by side at the Hollywood premiere of their hotly anticipated movie, What To Expect When You’re Expecting.

The stars each opted for sexy dresses but in entirely opposing ways, and it was Jennifer Lopez who came top of the style stakes by a long shot.

JLo resembled a Grecian goddess in a floor-sweeping blush-colored gown by Romanian designer Maria Lucia Hohan.

The pleated lamé silk dress oozed sex appeal with a neckline that plunged all the way to the 42-year-old’s waist.

Jennifer Lopez teamed the billowing long-sleeved frock with sparkling caged shoe boots and a clutch bag and bracelet to match.

She completed her elegant look with a sleek ponytail and deep plum lipstick, and arrived at the event with toyboy Casper Smart on her arm.

JLo resembled a Grecian goddess in a floor-sweeping blush-colored gown by Romanian designer Maria Lucia Hohan

JLo resembled a Grecian goddess in a floor-sweeping blush-colored gown by Romanian designer Maria Lucia Hohan

Meanwhile Cameron Diaz went for a more overtly sexy look in a semi-sheer black knitted dress that clung to her slender figure.

The pleated mini skirt of the frock allowed Cameron Diaz, 39, to bare her endless pins and she accentuated her long legs further with the help of nude Mary Jane heels.

Cameron Diaz kept the accessories to a minimum with just a pair of black teardrop earrings, and she wore pink make-up while keeping her blonde locks loose.

The other female stars also dressed to impress as they arrived at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre to pose on the red carpet this evening.

Brooklyn Decker, 25, was on trend as she opted for a lemon yellow drop waist maxi dress by Giambattista Valli that boasted different patterns on the top and skirt.

Meanwhile Anna Kendrick, 26, dazzled in a taupe dress with sparkling silver embellishment by Elie Saab couture.

Elizabeth Banks, 38, chose a dramatic crimson red dress with black embroidery

The ladies all posed up together at the event and were joined by the movie’s male stars Matthew Morrison, Chace Crawford and Joe Manganiello.

The comedy film, based on the book of the same name, hits cinemas in the US on May 14.



This year Met Costume Institute Gala, held in New York last night, was all about who can sparkle hardest, as the celebrities slip into futuristic fabrics.

Gwyneth Paltrow had no problems, paying tribute to last night’s hostess Muccia in a stunning short and backless lilac-silver dress that was probably the most elegant outfit on the red carpet tonight.

Sparkle seems to work best when given a slant, like Gwyneth Paltrow’s Barbarella minimalism or Sofia Vergara’s sensational Marchesa silver lace column dress.

The color is so subtle it allows the drama of the lace and the sexy shape of the gown to really do the talking, and Sofia Vergara finished off her look with a bright, bright slick of fuchsia pink lipstick which sealed the deal.

In the gold corner, Cameron Diaz was a column of light in a retina-searing Stella McCartney gold dress which she paired, rather cheekily, with the hairstyle made famous in her 1998 smash hit movie, There’s Something About Mary.

And Jessica Alba offers a masterclass in how to really shine, without looking like a gaudy street hoarding.

She added a frisson of Hollywood glamour to her burnished gold Michael Kors dress, with gothic touches such as black nails and a vintage style Roger Vivier‘s Pilgrim Coeur clutch.

It transforms the timeless beauty into a pewter dipped antique goddess, while Mad Men’s Jessica Paré, breathtaking beauty though she is, false foul of an all over large sequin fabric that seemed to drown her gloriously dainty figure.

Camilla Belle in Ralph Lauren worked the trend with a gothic slant, just like Alba, and triumphantly her dark lips stood out on a carpet filled with fashionable peach pouts.

Sofia Vergara's sensational Marchesa silver lace column dress

Sofia Vergara's sensational Marchesa silver lace column dress

Lana Del Rey, unsurprisingly, also jumped at the chance to mine this fusion of old school glamour and film noir stylings, and debuted darker colored hair with her Joseph Altuzarra outfit which featured a stunning cape.

Carey Mulligan went furthest on this space oddity, in giant sequins by Prada; this dress ran the gamut of metallic hues and perhaps worked best on the newly married beauty’s slender shoulders as the skirt flared out in a Judy Jetson style hoop that looked awkward on the willowy Brit.

Leighton Meester also opted for metallic Marchesa, this time in gold, it was a bold move from the Gossip Girl star but one that aged her as her youth became lost within the archaic gold filigree patterned lace and giant diaphanous ruffles.

Scarlett Johansson filled out her Dolce and Gabbana fishtale dress admirably, but it’s pale color blended into the actress’s skin too softly and she always shines more brightly in rich colors.

Renee Zellweger was a vision in Pucci, an surprise choice for the star who was expected to wear Caroline Herrera, but a masterstroke, as she looked incredible in the dramatic backless black gown which, yes you guessed it, had accents of gold.

Rihanna played it reasonably safe in Tom Ford’s applique crocodile, but her stunning figure proved to be her winning accessory.

Her hair was slicked back to showcase her incredible cheekbones, but that was the same look chosen by Rooney Mara and Gisele Bundchen to heighten their air of Victorian melodrama in detailed Givenchy lace and embellished satin respectively.

Other stars wore their black in a gothic style, which was easily the second most popular trend of the evening.

Cate Blanchett, peerless beauty as always, nailed the look in a ravishing dress by Alexander McQueen that was at both extravagant and strangely minimalist, giving her the air of an elegant raven.

Another black look was sleek, as best personified by Rihanna, but also showcased to great effect by Rosario Dawson in super-sexy Calvin Klein and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley flying the British flag in Burberry.

Emma Roberts, Katharine McPhee and Eva Mendes were good enough to eat in various shades of orange, while the in the minority (for once) ladies in red, Chelsea Clinton, Emma Stone and Milla Jovovich made the most of the scarlet hue.

Mad Men star January Jones put pop into pastel in her fresh yellow dress, while Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel was a hip shade of blue to Brooke Burke’s slightly soppy take on the color.

Christina Ricci and Lily Collins boldly refused to follow the crowd and wore daring individual gowns.

Christina Ricci donned an incredible number by cult designer Thakoon, that certainly marked her out from the crowd with it’s large bow any celebrity other than Ricci would’ve looked plain ridiculous, but she managed to pull it off, just.

Not so Lily Collins, who just didn’t look glamorous enough in her pretty Victorian-style Valentino gown.

Rolling Stones Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood wore their rock ‘n’ roll credentials on their suited sleeves, and Jagger had his designer girlfriend L’Wren Scott cheering up his arm, while Wood had theatre producer Sally Humphreys by his side.