Tom Hanks receives the "award" of the worst supporting actor
Critics and fans have denounced Hanks' performance in "Elvis". Reuters
American actor Tom Hanks won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor for his performance as Colonel Tom Parker, former artistic director of singer Elvis Presley in the 2022 film "Elvis," which showcases the career of the late rock and roll star.
Ahead of the Academy Awards for the best film of the season, today, the winners of the Golden Raspberry Awards, also known as Ratzi, were announced yesterday.
Although he has previously won Oscars for high-profile roles, many critics and fans have denounced his performance in "Elvis," particularly his accent.
The Ratzee Awards for Worst Picture and Worst Screenplay went to the biopic drama "Blonde," Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe, starring Ana de Armas. However, de Armas is competing for the Academy Award for Best Actress today for her role in the same film.
Jared Leto and Adria Arjuna won the Golden Raspberry for Worst Actor and Worst Supporting Actress for their roles in Sony's superhero film "Morbius."
The Ratzy Redimer Award, which is given to artists who have been nominated for or received awards for Worst Motion Picture and more recently acclaimed, went to actor Colin Farrell for his role in this year's Oscar-nominated Nymphs of Enicherin.
The Ratzy Awards were established in 1980 to be the opposite of the prestigious Academy Awards.