‘Razzie Awards 2021’: ‘Music’ Wins!! Check Out the Full List!!

Just months after Sia‘s feature directorial debut Music shocked awards observers by landing two Golden Globe nominations, the poorly-reviewed film has secured the dubious distinction of topping the 2021 Razzie Awards, celebrating the worst in film.

Music, which ultimately didn’t win anything at the Golden Globes, won three Razzie awards: worst actress (Kate Hudson), supporting actress (Maddie Ziegler) and worst director (Sia).

The film generated controversy months before its release as the musician chose to cast Maddie Ziegler as an autistic girl instead of an actor on the spectrum.

And while Glenn Close, who was nominated for both the supporting actress Razzie and Oscar for her role in Hillbilly Elegy, didn’t win at the Razzies, another Oscar-nominated project did: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.

The Sacha Baron Cohen-starring sequel, which is up for two Oscars, won two Razzie Awards, both for Rudy Giuliani‘s headline-making cameo.

The Razzie Awards got political with the prizes for worst actor and picture, recognizing MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell‘s role in his election-fraud film, Absolute Proof, which claimed there was an “unprecedented level of voter fraud” in the 2020 presidential election in which Joe Biden defeated incumbent Donald Trump.

Erotic Polish film 365 Days won worst screenplay and Robert Downey Jr. starrer Dolittle won worst remake, rip-off or sequel.

In addition to these awards, the Razzies made 2020’s status as the “The Worst Calendar Year Ever!” official by giving last year a Governors’ Award for its horrible achievements.

A complete list of this year’s Razzie Award winners follows.

Worst Picture

Absolute Proof (WINNER)

365 Days


Fantasy Island


Worst Actor

Mike Lindell (the My Pillow guy) – Absolute Proof (WINNER)

Robert Downey, Jr. – Dolittle

Michele Morrone – 365 Days

Adam Sandler – Hubie Halloween

David Spade – The Wrong Missy

Worst Actress

Kate Hudson – Music (WINNER)

Anne Hathaway – The Last Thing He Wanted AND Roald Dahl’s The Witches

Katie Holmes – Brahms: The Boy II AND The Secret: Dare to Dream

Lauren Lapkus – The Wrong Missy

Anna-Maria Sieklucka – 365 Days

Worst Supporting Actress

Maddie Ziegler – Music (WINNER)

Glenn Close – Hillbilly Elegy

Lucy Hale – Fantasy Island

Maggie Q – Fantasy Island

Kristen Wiig – Wonder Woman 1984

Worst Supporting Actor

Rudy Giuliani (as “Himself”) – Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (WINNER)

Chevy Chase – The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee

Shia LaBeouf – The Tax Collector

Arnold Schwarzenegger – Iron Mask

Bruce Willis – Breach, Hard Kill AND Survive the Night

Worst Screen Combo

Rudy Giuliani & His Pants Zipper (Yes, That Really IS Rudy Giuliani!) – Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (WINNER)

Robert Downey Jr. & His Utterly Unconvincing “Welsh” Accent – Dolittle

Harrison Ford & That Totally Fake-Looking CGI “Dog” – Call of the Wild

Lauren Lapkus & David Spade – The Wrong Missy

Adam Sandler & His Grating Simpleton Voice – Hubie Halloween

Worst Director

Sia – Music (WINNER)

Charles Band – All 3 Barbie & Kendra movies

Barbara Bialowas & Tomasz Mandes – 365 Days

Stephen Gaghan – Dolittle

Ron Howard – Hillbilly Elegy

Worst Screenplay

365 Days (WINNER)

All 3 Barbie & Kendra Movies


Fantasy Island

Hillbilly Elegy

Worst Remake, Rip-off or Sequel

Dolittle (Remake) (WINNER)

365 Days (Polish Remake/Rip-Off of Fifty Shades of Grey)

Fantasy Island (Remake/”Re-Imagining”)

Hubie Halloween (Remake/Rip-Off of Ernest Scared Stupid)

Wonder Woman 1984 (Sequel)


via The Hollywood Reporter

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