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“The Last Airbender” dominates Razzies

The Last Airbender

By Kim Palacios

hollywoodnews.com: “The Last Airbender” took home five Golden Raspberry Awards at tonight’s ceremony in Los Angeles, the highest count for any single film. The “wins” were unexpected, as the clear leader for 2010 Razzie nominations was “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”.

From Worst Picture, to Worst Director (M. Night Shyamalan), to Worst Supporting Actor (Jackson Rathbone), to Worst Screenplay, “The Last Airbender” took home the gold. It even won in a new category this year: Worst Eye-Gouging Misuse of 3-D.

Golden Raspberry Awards were given in only ten categories, making “The Last Airbender’s” five wins significant. Three of the remaining five went to “Sex and The City 2” for Worst Actress, Worst Screen Ensemble, and Worst Sequel. Final honors went to Ashton Kutcher for Worst Actor (“Killers” and “Valentine’s Day”) and to Jessica Alba for Worst Supporting Actress (“The Killer Inside Me” and “Machete”).

None of the winners was present to claim their awards this year.

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