Razzie Awards 2022: Nominations for cinema’s worst of the worst revealed

The critics have spoken.

Nominations for the 42nd Golden Raspberry Awards, more commonly known as the Razzies, were released Monday and include a musical tribute to the late Princess Diana, Jared Leto’s “House of Gucci” performance, an unrequested take on Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” and a special category dedicated entirely to Bruce Willis’ 2021 flops, CNN reported.

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Netflix’s “Diana the Musical,” based on the Broadway play that closed after fewer than 40 performances, led the annual roundup of films and actors we loved to hate with nine nominations, including one for worst picture.

Two thrillers, “Karen” and “The Woman in The Window,” tied for second-most nominations at five, including worst picture and worst actress nominations for both.

Amy Adams, who earned a worst actress nod for “The Woman in The Window” also drew a worst supporting actress nomination for her turn in “Dear Evan Hansen,” the musical drama that earned four of its own nominations.

Meanwhile, actor Bruce Willis made history with Razzie officials designating an entire category to the eight films he released in 2021: “American Siege,” “Apex,” “Cosmic Sin,” “Deadlock,” “Fortress,” “Out of Death,” “Survive the Game” and “Midnight in the Switchgrass.”

According to USA Today, more than 1,000 Razzie members from the United States and more than two dozen other countries cast their 2021 ballots online. The “winners” will be announced March 26, also known as “Oscar’s Eve.”

See the complete list of categories and nominees below:


  • “Diana the Musical” (The Netflix Version)
  • “Infinite”
  • “Karen”
  • “Space Jam: A New Legacy”
  • “The Woman in the Window”


  • Scott Eastwood, “Dangerous”
  • Roe Hartrampf (as Prince Charles), “Diana the Musical”
  • LeBron James, “Space Jam: A New Legacy”
  • Ben Platt, “Dear Evan Hansen”
  • Mark Wahlberg, “Infinite”


  • Amy Adams, “The Woman in the Window”
  • Jeanna de Waal, “Diana the Musical”
  • Megan Fox, “Midnight in the Switchgrass”
  • Taryn Manning, “Karen”
  • Ruby Rose, “Vanquish”


  • Amy Adams, “Dear Evan Hansen”
  • Sophie Cookson, “Infinite”
  • Erin Davie (as Camilla), “Diana the Musical”
  • Judy Kaye (as both Queen Elizabeth and Barbara Cartland), “Diana the Musical”
  • Taryn Manning, “Every Last One of Them”


  • Ben Affleck, “The Last Duel”
  • Nick Cannon, “The Misfits”
  • Mel Gibson, “Dangerous”
  • Gareth Keegan (as James Hewitt, the Muscle-Bound Horse Trainer), “Diana the Musical”
  • Jared Leto, “House of Gucci”

WORST PERFORMANCE by Bruce Willis in a 2021 movie

  • Bruce Willis, “American Siege”
  • Bruce Willis, “Apex”
  • Bruce Willis, “Cosmic Sin”
  • Bruce Willis, “Deadlock”
  • Bruce Willis, “Fortress”
  • Bruce Willis, “Midnight in the Switchgrass”
  • Bruce Willis, “Out of Death”
  • Bruce Willis, “Survive the Game”


  • Any Klutzy Cast Member & Any Lamely Lyricized (or choreographed) Musical Number, “Diana the Musical”
  • LeBron James & Any Warner Cartoon Character (or Time-Warner product) He Dribbles on, “Space Jam: A New Legacy”
  • Jared Leto & Either His 17-Pound Latex Face, His Geeky Clothes or His Ridiculous Accent, “House of Gucci”
  • Ben Platt & Any Other Character Who Acts Like Platt Singing 24-7 is Normal, “Dear Evan Hansen”
  • Tom & Jerry (aka Itchy & Scratchy), “Tom & Jerry the Movie”


  • “Karen” (inadvertent remake of “Cruella deVil”)
  • “Space Jam: A New Legacy”
  • “Tom & Jerry the Movie”
  • “Twist” (rap remake of “Oliver Twist”)
  • “The Woman in the Window” (rip-off of “Rear Window”)


  • Christopher Ashley, “Diana the Musical”
  • Stephen Chbosky, “Dear Evan Hansen”
  • Coke Daniels, “Karen”
  • Renny Harlin, “The Misfits”
  • Joe Wright, “The Woman in the Window”


  • “Diana the Musical,” script by Joe DiPietro, music and lyrics by DiPietro and David Bryan
  • “Karen,” written by “Coke” Daniels
  • “The Misfits,” screenplay by Kurt Wimmer and Robert Henny
  • “Twist,” written by John Wrathall and Sally Collett
  • “The Woman in the Window,” screenplay by Tracy Letts, from the novel by A.J. Finn