Tom Hanks Wins Two Razzies for the Movie Elvis

Beloved actor Tom Hanks won back-to-back Oscars for Best Actor: for Philadelphia in 1993 and then for Forrest Gump in 1994. He's also won a half-dozen Emmys and a bunch of other awards. Last night, Hanks won his first Golden Raspberry Award, known as the Razzies, which are given to the worst of movies from the previous year. Hanks had nominations for two movies, for Pinocchio in the Worst Actor category and for Elvis in the Worst Supporting Actor category. His win last night was for Worst Supporting Actor for portraying Colonel Tom Parker in the movie Elvis. Hanks won a second Razzie in the category of Worst Screen Couple along with "His Latex-Laden Face (and Ludicrous Accent)." He also had a hand in the winner of the Worst Remake, Ripoff, or Sequel award, which went to Pinocchio.

The Netflix film Blonde won Worst Picture, and Jared Leto won his second Razzie for Morbius. The Razzies also gave themselves an award for the blunder of nominating a 12-year-old actress this year, a nomination they rescinded after the backlash. From now on, all nominations will go to people 18 or older. You can see all the winners of the 2022 Razzie Awards at their website.  -via Uproxx

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