The Razzies Had A Hard Time Deciding Which Movie Was Year's Worst

"Fifty Shades of Grey" and "Fantastic Four" split the awards no movies want to split.
Posted at 10:50 AM, Feb 28, 2016

"Fifty Shades of Grey" and "Fantastic Four" cleaned house at the one awards ceremony you'd rather not be a part of.

The Golden Raspberry Awards, aka the Razzies, has become the popular judge of Hollywood's worst material. 

"Fifty Shades" and "Fantastic Four" scored a rare tie for the dishonor of worst picture. 

As if that wasn't bad enough, both movies solidified their worst-of-the-worst awards. Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan won worst actress and actor for "Fifty Shades," while the superhero flick's Josh Trank took worst director.

"Fifty Shades" still won where it mattered most, though — the box office. The erotic movie trounced "Fantastic Four," bringing in over $570 million worldwide. 

But we're not too sure having that many people see your Razzie-winning movie is a good thing. Maybe we should avoid making movies with numbers in the titles. 

This video includes clips from Razzie ChannelFocus Features / "Fifty Shades of Grey"20th Century Fox / "Fantastic Four" and images from Getty Images.