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LeBron James Nominated For ‘Worst Actor’ Of The Year For Performance In New Space Jam Movie

Last updated on February 8, 2022

The Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James was nominated on Monday in the 42nd Razzie Award nominations for the “Worst Actor” award for his performance in the new Space Jam movie that was released in theaters last year.

“The Golden Raspberry Awards (the formal name for the Razzies) nominations are decided by 1,128 voting members from 49 US states and more than two dozen foreign countries who cast their 2021 ballots online, selecting five top contenders in each of the nine categories,” CNN reported. “As per tradition the “winners” will be announced March 26, which is the day before the Oscars.”

Nominations for “Worst Picture,” “Worst Actor,” and “Worst Actress,” are as follows:

WORST PICTURE

Diana the Musical (The Netflix Version)
Infinite
Karen
Space Jam: A New Legacy
The Woman in the Window

WORST ACTOR

Scott Eastwood / Dangerous
Roe Hartrampf (As Prince Charles) Diana the Musical
LeBron James / Space Jam: A New Legacy
Ben Platt / Dear Evan Hansen
Mark Wahlberg / Infinite

WORST ACTRESS

Amy Adams / The Woman in the Window
Jeanna de Waal / Diana the Musical
Megan Fox / Midnight in the Switchgrass
Taryn Manning / Karen
Ruby Rose / Vanquish

WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Amy Adams / Dear Evan Hansen
Sophie Cookson / Infinite
Erin Davie (As Camilla) Diana the Musical
Judy Kaye (As BOTH Queen Elizabeth & Barbara Cartland) Diana the Musical
Taryn Manning / Every Last One of Them

WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Ben Affleck / The Last Duel
Nick Cannon / The Misfits
Mel Gibson / Dangerous
Gareth Keegan (As James Hewitt, the Muscle-Bound Horse Trainer)
Diana the Musical
Jared Leto / House of Gucci

“Space Jam: A New Legacy” received four nominations, including Worst Picture, Worst Actor, Worst Screen Couple, and Worst Remake.

The movie had been criticized as “one of the worst movies ever made” and was never released in China, which was a major blow to the movie.

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