If you had any questions as to why Fifty Shades of Grey was nominated for an Oscar this year, The Weeknd's performance just summed it up for you. On Sunday night, the artist took to the stage to perform his hit song "Earned It," which is up for best original song, and to say he killed it would be an understatement. Show More Summary
The Weeknd hits the stage for a great performance at the 2016 Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday (February 28) in Hollywood. The 26-year-old singer performed his song “Earned It” from the movie Fifty Shades of Grey, which is nominated for Best Original Song. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of The [...]
Although the film Fifth Shades of Grey is not one that you might associate with the Academy Awards, The Weeknd performed the signature track from the lusty movie live at Sunday night's Awards Show.
The Weeknd performed "Earned It" at the 2016 Academy Awards on Sunday. The song was nominated for Best Original Song from the movie "Fifty Shades Of Grey." Watch the video here:
Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images Tonight at the Oscars, the Weeknd performed his Best Original Song-nominated track "Earned It" from Fifty Shades of Grey. Surrounded by candles and chandeliers, he sang the track alongside a team of dancers and a string section. Show More Summary
'Fifty Shades of Grey' tied 'Fantastic Four' for Worst Picture, taking home five Razzies in total at the awards ceremony last night.
If you haven’t been paying attention to any pre-Oscars coverage, which has more or less been happening all day, you might have tuned in to another little awards show that makes a point of highlighting this past year’s cinematic swill, i.e., movies that makes us question whether Hollywood thinks movie-watchers are no better than paramecium. Show More Summary
n">The erotic box office hit "Fifty Shades of Grey" led the pack on Saturday for the annual Razzie Awards, "honoring" Hollywood's worst films, while "Rocky" star Sylvester Stallone punched his way to a special Redeemer award for his Oscar-nominated turn in "Creed." "Fifty Shades of Grey," based on the best-selling E.L. Show More Summary
We’re just hours away from tonight’s 88th Academy Awards ceremony, but we interrupt the fanfare with the all-important results from this year’s Razzie Awards — dedicated to shining a glaring spotlight …Read More
Tonight brings the telecast for the 88th Academy Awards, honoring what some select people working on the film industry as the best achievements in motion pictures for the previous year. With Chris Rock hosting, it’ll be interesting to...Show More Summary
Ah, the Razzies. Looking at the list of nominees for the annual "worst film awards" increasingly makes it seem as though the people behind the Razzies don't actually watch the worst films of the year, and while Fifty Shades of Grey was...Show More Summary
Fox's FF movie was such a loser it couldn't even properly win Best Worst Picture, settling for a tie with "50 Shades of Grey."
The dirty, sexy Fifty Shades of Grey cleaned up at The Razzies ahead of Sunday's Oscars. Although Grey tied with Fantastic Four for Worst Picture of 2015, it got the most lashes, including Worst Actor (Jamie Dornan), Worst Actress (Dakota...Show More Summary
The 2016 Razzie Awards have been announced and it's a tie for Worst Picture of the Year. "Fifty Shades of Grey" and "Fantastic Four" shared the honors this year at the 36th edition of the [awards](http://www.razzies.com/history/2016/2016-noms-press-release.html).
While tonight, the best of the best films will be honored and the stars will be anxiously waiting to see who will be bringing home the coveted Oscar statuette, last night was for losers. Every year, The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation holds the Razzie Awards ceremony on “Oscar Eve” to celebrate the worst of the... Show More Summary
On the eve of the Oscars, the Razzie Awards blow one fat raspberry in the face of Hollywood with their not at all daring selection of the worst films of the year. This year, Fantastic Four and Fifty Shades of Grey tied for Worst Picture, while Fifty Shades also received... More »
Fifty Shades of Grey put on a dominating performance at the 36th annual Razzie Awards – the annual pre-Oscars event that celebrates the worst films of the year – as the cinematic adaptation "won" five Golden Raspberry Awards. The film's stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan were named Worst Actress and Worst...
Fifty shades of Grey officially the worst film of 2015 It’s official. “Fifty shades of Grey” and “Fantastic Four” are the worst films to have hit the screen in 2015. A dead heat for the main category, the two epics took home a combined total of seven Golden Raspberry awards. “Fifty Shades” swept...
Golden Raspberry Awards (Razzies) have been revealed for 2016. On the Golden Raspberry winners list is Fifty Shades of Grey as a clear leader for the past year’s films. There was a tie for Worst Picture of the Year, though, as Fantastic Four and Fifty Shades of Grey shared the honor. Show More Summary
"Fifty Shades of Grey" came out on top — or perhaps the bottom — at this year's Razzies. The awkward adaptation of author EL James' erotic novel nabbed five prizes at Saturday's Golden Raspberry Awards, including tying it up with superhero flop "Fantastic Four" as the year's worst film. "Fifty...