Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, has been tricked into starring in the new Borat movie. On Saturday, he won two worst awards for his “efforts”.
The results of the Golden Raspeberry Awards (known as “Razzies”) – known as the worst awards in the film industry and their Oscar counterpart – were announced on Saturday. Here, the worst shows, movies and directing of the year are rewarded.
The numbers are clear, according to what was written by the French news agency Yahoo News.
Cats can win some of the worst prizes
Donald Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, won two worst awards for his “efforts” in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.
While Oscar praises the film industry’s best accomplishments the year before, Razzies delivers their biggest backlash on the cinema screen. They do so the day before the big Oscars, which takes place Monday night Norwegian time.
He was nominated in the “Worst Supporting Role” and “Worst Screen Structure” categories and in these categories he escaped with his victory.
Cameron Diaz became the “worst actor”
In the new “Borat” movie, you gotta be able to see the former New York mayor with his hand in his pants when he’s alone in a bedroom with what in the movie is Borat’s 15-year-old daughter. .
The accident occurred between Giuliani, 76, and actress Maria Bacalova, 24, who plays the daughter of “Porat” in a bedroom with hidden cameras.
Trump’s attorney fooled by “Borat” in a bedroom scene
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Yahoo News wrote that Borat tricked Giuliani into wandering around, and he didn’t even have to know he was in the movie. Forcibly or not, Trump’s attorney is in good company.
In 2018, for example, it was Tom Cruise He won the award For Worst Actor of the Year for his interpretation of the role of Nick Morton in the movie “The Mummy”. In the same year, Mel Gibson was awarded last year’s worst supporting role in the comedy “Daddy’s Home 2”. Norwegian Harald Zwart was also nominated To “Razzie” in 2006.
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