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A raspberry for Redmayne at best of the worst Razzies show

Published 28/02/2016

Jamie Dornan and his Fifty Shades co-star Dakota Johnson win worst actor and actress in the Razzies.
Jamie Dornan and his Fifty Shades co-star Dakota Johnson win worst actor and actress in the Razzies.

Oscar nominee Eddie Redmayne has scored the dubious honour of the worst supporting actor prize at the Razzie Awards.

The British star, who won at the Academy Awards last year and is nominated again this year for his role in The Danish Girl, won the golden raspberry prize for his turn in Jupiter Ascending.

Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, the stars of the film adaptation of Fifty Shades Of Grey, were named worst actor and worst actress and worst screen combo.

The adaptation of EL James' hit erotic novel was named worst screenplay and the movie tied with comic book remake Fantastic Four to be named worst picture of 2015.

Fantastic Four was also named worst remake, rip-off or sequel and director Josh Trank was named worst director.

The Big Bang theory star Kaley Cuoco was deemed worst supporting actress for her performance in The Wedding Ringer and her voice contribution to Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip.

The Razzie Redeemer Award, which is given to a previous Razzie Award winner who has "gone on to do better work", went to Sylvester Stallone who is widely expected to win the best supporting actor Oscar for Rocky sequel Creed.

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