Nominations for the 41st Golden Raspberry Awards announced
Posters of "Dolittle" (L) and "365 Days"(R). /CGTN

Posters of "Dolittle" (L) and "365 Days"(R). /CGTN

Nominations for the 41st Golden Raspberry Awards also known as the Razzie Awards were announced: Polish erotic romantic drama film "365 Days" and American fantasy adventure film "Dolittle" each won six nominations including Worst Film.

The annual parody awards show recognizes some of the worst movies of the year. "365 Days" was released in Polish theaters on February 7, 2020. After releasing on Netflix on June 7, it quickly attracted global attention and soon become one of the most watched films and one of the longest periods as the most watched item in Netflix's history in the United States.

Though popular, the film received a huge amount negative reviews for its sexual violence scenes. It got only 3.2 out of 10 on IMDb.

"Dolittle" starring Robert Downey Jr. is a remake of the original 20th Century Fox series 1967 "Doctor Dolittle." It was not only nominated as the worst film, it also got Robert Downey Jr. a nomination for Worst Actor.

Anne Hathaway was nominated for Worst Actress for "The Last Thing He Wanted"and "The Witches."

This year's Golden Raspberry has a special award: 2020 won the "The Worst Calendar Year EVER!". 

The Golden Raspberry Awards will be presented the day before the Oscars ceremony on April 14.

Following are part of major awards shortlisted:

Worst Picture

“365 Days”

“Absolute Proof”


“Fantasy Island”


Worst Actor

Robert Downey, Jr. – "Dolittle”

Mike Lindell – "Absolute Proof”

Michele Morrone – "365 Days”

Adam Sandler – "Hubie Halloween”

David Spade – "The Wrong Missy”

Worst Actress

Anne Hathaway – "The Last Thing He Wanted" and "Roald Dahl's The Witches”

Katie Holmes – "Brahms: The Boy II" and "The Secret: Dare to Dream”

Kate Hudson – "Music”

Lauren Lapkus – "The Wrong Missy”

Anna-Maria Sieklucka – "365 Days”

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