King Of Wishful Thinking Go West
You won't believe who has won both the best and worst prizes in Hollywood...
Just six years after winning an Oscar for 'Good Will Hunting' in 1997, Affleck won the Worst Actor Razzie for three films - 'Daredevil', 'Gigli', and 'Paycheck'. He's turned it around again, though, winning Best Picture for 'Argo' last year.
Halle was named Best Actress in 2002 for her role in 'Monster's Ball', but two years later she received a Razzie for her role in 'Catwoman'. Unlike most people, though, she turned up to accept the prize: “It was just what my career needed. I was at the top and now I’m at the bottom.”
Widely considered to be one of the greatest actors of all time, Laurence Olivier was nominated for an impressive ten Oscars in his career. He won Best Actor for 'Hamlet' in 1948 and the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1979. But no one is safe from a Razzie, and Olivier was given one in 1981 for his role in 'Inchon'. His reason for taking the role is the stuff of legend: "Money, dear boy. I'm like a vintage wine. You have to drink me quickly before I turn sour."
In 1972, Minelli was named Best Actress at the Oscars for her turn in 'Cabaret'. 16 years later, she won Worst Actress for not one, but - count them - TWO performances in one year. 'Rent-A-Cop' and 'Arthur 2: On The Rocks' will not rank among the actress' finest moments. Nonetheless, Minelli is one of a small handful of people to have won an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and an Oscar!
With seven nominations and three wins, Kevin Costner is something of a regular at the Razzies. He may have won Best Director and Best Picture for 'Dances With Wolves' in 1991, but he was also Worst Actor at the Razzies for 'Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves' the same year. He 'won' Worst Actor again for 'Wyatt Earp' in 1994, and for a third time with 1997's 'The Postman'.
Bullock is in the unique position of having won an Oscar the day after 'winning' a Razzie. In 2010, she accepted her Worst Actress prize for 'All About Steve' in person - before picking up Best Actress at the Academy Awards for 'The Blind Side' 24 hours later!
A pioneer of method acting in Hollywood, Marlon Brando was recognised with two Best Actor prizes - for 'On The Waterfront' in 1954 and for 1972's 'The Godfather'. Even Brando wasn't immune from the Golden Raspberry treatment, though; he was named Worst Actor for 'The Island Of Dr. Moreau' in 1996. Picture: Photoshot
Dunaway's lauded turn in 'Network' landed her the Best Actress Oscar in 1976. Her turn in 1981 film 'Mommie Dearest' was less well-received, though, and she was 'awarded' a Worst Actress Razzie.
Benigni followed up his 1999 Best Actor Oscar with a much-maligned role in 2002's 'Pinocchio' - and a Worst Actor Razzie to boot.