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* LOHAN AND MURPHY WIN BIG AT RAZZIES LINDSAY LOHAN and EDDIE MURPHY have been named and shamed as the worst actors of 2007, after landing a spray-painted trophy apiece at the Golden Raspberry Awards. Lohan's movie I Know Who Killed Me broke records by scooping eight of the nine prizes it was nominated for at the spoof Oscars ceremony - nicknamed the Razzies - in Los Angeles on Saturday (23Feb08). Lohan alone managed to win two - for Worst Actress and Worst Screen Couple, for a scene in the movie in which she appears alongside herself. Worst Film winner I Know Who Killed Me has smashed the unenviable record set by John Travolta-starring sci-fi Battlefield Earth and stripper drama Showgirls, which each scored seven wins at previous ceremonies. Murphy was awarded three of the four prizes in the worst acting categories, for the trio of characters, male and female, he played in the critically mauled but commercially successful Norbit. Due to the prize-winning dominance of I Know Who Killed Me and Norbit, Daddy Day Camp was the only other movie to be humiliated with a Razzie gong, for Worst Prequel or Sequel. The full list of Razzie winners - or losers, rather - is as follows: Worst Film: I Know Who Killed Me Worst Actor: Eddie Murphy in Norbit Worst Actress (tie): Lohan Lohan as twin sisters Aubrey and Dakota in I Know Who Killed Me Worst Supporting Actress: Eddie Murphy in Norbit Worst Supporting Actor: Murphy in Norbit Worst Screen Couple: Lohan & Lohan in I Know Who Killed Me Worst Remake or Rip-Off: I Know Who Killed Me, based on several films Worst Prequel or Sequel: Daddy Day Camp Worst Director: Chris Siverston for I Know Who Killed Me Worst Screenplay: Jeffrey Hammond for I Know Who Killed Me Worst Excuse for a Horror Movie (New Category): I Know Who Killed Me. (TN/WNWCCB/LR) Kelie McIver, Paula Einstein The 28th Annual Razzie Awards held at Magicopolis Santa Monica, California - 22.02.08


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Caption: * LOHAN AND MURPHY WIN BIG AT RAZZIES
LINDSAY LOHAN and EDDIE MURPHY have been named and shamed as the worst actors of 2007, after landing a spray-painted trophy apiece at the Golden Raspberry Awards.
Lohan's movie I Know Who Killed Me broke records by scooping eight of the nine prizes it was nominated for at the spoof Oscars ceremony - nicknamed the Razzies - in Los Angeles on Saturday (23Feb08).
Lohan alone managed to win two - for Worst Actress and Worst Screen Couple, for a scene in the movie in which she appears alongside herself.
Worst Film winner I Know Who Killed Me has smashed the unenviable record set by John Travolta-starring sci-fi Battlefield Earth and stripper drama Showgirls, which each scored seven wins at previous ceremonies.
Murphy was awarded three of the four prizes in the worst acting categories, for the trio of characters, male and female, he played in the critically mauled but commercially successful Norbit.
Due to the prize-winning dominance of I Know Who Killed Me and Norbit, Daddy Day Camp was the only other movie to be humiliated with a Razzie gong, for Worst Prequel or Sequel.
The full list of Razzie winners - or losers, rather - is as follows:
Worst Film: I Know Who Killed Me
Worst Actor: Eddie Murphy in Norbit
Worst Actress (tie): Lohan Lohan as twin sisters Aubrey and Dakota in I Know Who Killed Me
Worst Supporting Actress: Eddie Murphy in Norbit
Worst Supporting Actor: Murphy in Norbit
Worst Screen Couple: Lohan & Lohan in I Know Who Killed Me
Worst Remake or Rip-Off: I Know Who Killed Me, based on several films
Worst Prequel or Sequel: Daddy Day Camp
Worst Director: Chris Siverston for I Know Who Killed Me
Worst Screenplay: Jeffrey Hammond for I Know Who Killed Me
Worst Excuse for a Horror Movie (New Category): I Know Who Killed Me. (TN/WNWCCB/LR)


Kelie McIver, Paula Einstein
The 28th Annual Razzie Awards held at Magicopolis
Santa Monica, California - 22.02.08
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