Razzies nominate best of the worst in Tinseltown

The Baltimore Sun

Sharon Stone, losing both her inhibitions and her audience, shared cinematic dis-honors with Marlon Wayans' head yesterday as nominations for the 27th annual Razzies, celebrating the year's worst films, were announced in Hollywood.

Stone's Basic Instinct 2, a box-office dud that grossed less than $6 million in the United States, and Little Man, with Wayans' head atop the body of a midget pretending to be a baby, tied for the most Razzie nominations with seven. Both films were up for Worst Picture of the Year, along with the horrific horror film BloodRayne, the indecipherable and sophomoric Lady in the Water and the pointless remake of The Wicker Man.

FYI For coverage of the Oscar nominations, starting at 8:30 a.m. today, go to: baltimoresun.com/oscars.

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