Sandra Bullock was at the Razzie Awards

“Thank you for ruining my career with a very bad decision,” Bullock said as she took the stage of a small Hollywood theater to accept the Golden Raspberry statue.

Bullock’s was “dis-honor” with this award for her performance in box office bomb “All About Steve,” in which she co-stared with Bradley Cooper.

“I think that this is an extraordinary award, and I didn’t realize that in Hollywood that all you had to do was say you’ll show up and then you’d get it,” she said. “If I had known that, I would have said I was appearing at the Oscars a long time ago.”

“Something tells me you all didn’t really watch the film, because I wouldn’t be here if you really, really watched it and understood what I was trying to say,” she said.

“This is the deal I’m going to make you,” she said. “Seeing how when I said I would show up, I miraculously won. I will show up next year if you promise to watch the movie — and I mean really watch it — and really consider if it was really and truly the worst performance. If you’re willing to watch it and then I will come back next year, I will give back the Razzie.”

“I’m willing to go through page by page of my dialogue, so we’re going to be here for a while,” she said. “I will read the line the way I read it in the film, then I want anyone who wants to give me a line reading of how I could have done better.”


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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie won’t assist The Golden Globe Awards

Even if Brad Pitt’s film “Inglourious Basterds” was nominated to an Award, rumors say neither Brad nor Angelina will assist to ceremony.

Taking into consideration that Jennifer is one of the presenters this year, this is a major relieve for her due to their history.

The reasons that the couple choose to skip this year’s ceremony aren’t public for the moment.

Nevertheless, Angelina was shooting lately for her next movie, the thriller “Salt”, while Brad was sitting home, taking care of the couple’s six children.