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The Razzies 2010
Originally posted 03/06/2010 11:00PM
Sandra Bullock took the Golden Globe, the Screen Actors Guild award, the Critics' Choice Movie Award and is the odds-on favorite to win as Best Actress at Sunday night's 2010 Oscars – but those are for her true-life role in the drama The Blind Side.
For her multi-dimensional part of a newspaper crossword puzzle writer in the 2009 comedy All About Steve, Bullock has now claimed the fun award: the 2010 Golden Raspberry, or Razzie. And she personally showed up to Hollywood's Barnsdall Gallery Theater on Saturday night to pick it up – along with the Razzie that she and Bradley Cooper "won" for worst screen couple.
"I thought no one went to see this film, but I know that there are more than 700 members here," said Bullock, who made her entrance pulling a wagon filled with All About Steve DVDs to give the crowd.
Originally posted 02/02/2010 09:00AM
Win some, lose some – just ask Sandra Bullock.
Awakening Tuesday morning to the news that she'd been nominated for the Best Actress Oscar for the uplifting drama The Blind Side, the leading lady had only the day before received a nod from the Golden Raspberry Foundation in the race for the Razzies – as 2009's worst actress, for the limp summer comedy All About Steve.
Should Bullock "win" both the Razzie and the Oscar, she'll claim the dubious distinction of being the first star ever to pull off the double-barreled win in the same year. (Others have done so in non-acting categories.)
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