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Fifty Shades of Grey Dominates the 2016 Razzies

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan attend the UK Premiere of "Fifty Shades Of Grey" at Odeon Leicester Square in London, Feb. 12, 2015.
Julian Parker—UK Press/Getty Images Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan attend the UK Premiere of "Fifty Shades Of Grey" at Odeon Leicester Square in London, Feb. 12, 2015.

The annual award ceremony recognizes the worst in film

Fifty Shades of Grey dominated this year’s Razzies, taking home five top prizes at the annual award ceremony that recognizes the worst in film.

The adaptation of author E.L. James’ erotic novel won worst screenplay, worst actor for Jamie Dornan and worst actress for Dakota Johnson during Saturday’s 36th annual Golden Raspberry Awards, according to the Associated Press. The two actors also won worst screen combo, while the movie tied with Fantastic Four as the year’s worst film.

Still, Fifty Shades of Grey earned more than $338.4 million from global box offices and had become Universal Studios’ highest-grossing R-rated film internationally.

The Razzies also crowned Kaley Cuoco as worst supporting actress for Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip and Eddie Redmayne as worst supporting actor for Jupiter Ascending.

[AP]

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