Eddie Murphy and Lindsay Lohan were crowned the worst actor and actress of 2007 at the 28th Golden Raspberry Awards on Saturday.
The annual honors were announced by the Golden Raspberry Foundation. Murphy and Lohan won three gold spray-painted Razzie trophies worth 4.89 U.S. dollars respectively and neither showed up to accept the spoof Oscars.
Murphy, who had earned an Oscar nomination for his dramatic musical "Dreamgirls" in 2006 and was one of the nominees at the Academy Awards on Sunday for his role in "I Am Legend," won the Worst Actor, the Worst Supporting Actress, and the Worst Supporting Actor awards for several parts in the comedy "Norbit," setting a record by winning three of the four worst acting categories.
Unlike the other Razzie victims, the movie "Norbit" still made success at box offices, taking of 158 million dollars worldwide.
Lohan won two Worst Actress awards and the Worst Screen Couple award for playing twins in the thriller "I Know Who Killed Me," a film that was named worst of the year.
"I Know Who Killed Me" won eight of nine Raspberries, breaking a record of seven wins previously held by "Showgirls" (1996) and "Battlefield Earth" (2001).
Despite the "fierce" competition between Murphy and Lohan, the Cuba Gooding Jr. comedy “Daddy Day Camp” managed to secure the Razzie for Worst Prequel or Sequel.
Following is a list of this year's Razzie winners:
Worst Actor: Murphy in "Norbit"
Worst Actress (tie): Lohan as twin sisters Aubrey and Dakota in "I Know Who Killed Me"
Worst Supporting Actress: 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."
Lindsay Lohan in "I Know Who Killed Me."
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