Sandra Bullock Razzie Award and Oscar in Same Year?

Could Sandra Bullock win a Razzie Award and an Academy Award in the same year? It’s possible. While Sandra Bullock is receiving plenty of Oscar buzz for her performance in The Blind Side, she’s also gotten plenty of not-so-good attention for her slapstick role in the idiotic comedy All About Steve.

Sandra Bullock in 'All About Steve' - (Photo: Fox)
Sandra Bullock in 'All About Steve' - (Photo: Fox)

Sandra Bullock has been nominated for a Razzie worst actress award for All About Steve, an honor any Hollywood actress could do without. At the same time, she’s considered a front-runner for a Best Actress nod for her role in the true-story inspired The Blind Side.

If Bullock were to win both a Razzie and an Academy Award in the same year, she would be the first to ever claim that dubious honor in an acting capacity. Honestly, we think Bullock was awesome in The Blind Side, but her accent probably deserved a secondary Razzie nomination… Bullock will be up against Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Sarah Jessica Parker and Megan Fox for worst actress – pretty stiff competition. Every one of them really deserves to win.

Only two other actors have ever been nominated for a Razzie and an Oscar in the same year: James Coco and Amy Irving. Neither of them managed to win both.

As for the rest of the Razzie field, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Land of the Lost are tied for the most Razzie nominations, taking seven each. Check out a full list of nominees here. We heartily agree with all of the nominations.

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‘The Blind Side’ Tackles ‘New Moon’ at Box Office

The Sandra Bullock starring feel-good film The Blind Side finally managed to overtake New Moon at the box office in its third week in theaters. The Twilight Saga: New Moon dropped to second place from last weekend, with $15.7 million in ticket sales.

The Blind Side

The Blind Side surged to the number one spot in the box office, raking in $20.4 million in sales. The film opened at the number 2 spot against New Moon, but has now overtaken the blockbuster vampire sequel. Not a big deal for Summit Entertainment, however, considering New Moon has already stacked up a total gross of over $245 million.

Brothers, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tobey Maguire, crept into third place at the box office, bringing in only $9.7 million. Heist thriller Armored stumbled into fourth place, while the John Travolta and Robin Williams comedy Old Dog rounded out the top five.

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