Golden Raspberry 2024: “Winnie the Pooh” and Megan Fox win

Actress Megan Fox (37) and the horror film “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey” (2023) are the big winners at the Golden Raspberry 2024.

Golden Raspberry 2024: “Winnie the Pooh” and Megan Fox win

Actress Megan Fox (37) and the horror film “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey” (2023) are the big winners at the Golden Raspberry 2024. The “Razzies” are awarded to the worst performances. This award is traditionally presented on the eve of the Oscars.

The story about the bloodthirsty bear, which was developed from the children's favorite book "Pooh the Bear" after the copyright was no longer available, was clearly ahead this time. The film clearly won in all five nominated categories, as can be read on “Razz Blogz”:

"Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey" is named the "Worst Film" and the "Worst Remake or Sequel" by the Razzie Awards organizers. In addition, the British director Rhys Frake-Waterfield had to accept the ridiculous prize for “Worst Direction” and “Worst Screenplay” for his work. In addition, Winnie the Pooh and the Piglet - "Pooh

Hollywood star Megan Fox also achieved a brilliant feat, winning in both actress categories. "Megan Fox can add another pair of trophies to her portfolio after serving as both an actress (for "Johnny

The raid for “Worst Actor” went to Oscar winner Jon Voight (85) for his Irish accent in “Mercy”. Sylvester Stallone (77) strengthened his claim to the title of all-time Razzie champion with his win as “Worst Supporting Actor”.

The only prize in the award show parody that is really an award, the “Razzie Redeemer Award,” this time goes to actress and SAG/AFTRA President Fran Drescher (66). This award is given to previous candidates who have since moved on to something better. Drescher received this sweet raspberry "for her brilliant leadership of the Acting Guild during the long strike in 2023, which ended in a highly successful conclusion," according to the organizers.

The first Golden Raspberry Awards took place on March 31, 1981 in Hollywood to honor the supposedly worst films of the 1980 film season. To date, Sylvester Stallone is the most awarded actor of all time with eleven awards.

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