While The Blind Side is Oscar-nominated, her All About Steve gets a Raspberry

By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated February 02, 2010 09:00 AM
Credit: Twentieth Century Fox; Warner Bros.

Win some, lose some – just ask Sandra Bullock.

Awakening Tuesday morning to the news that she’d been nominated for the Best Actress Oscar for the uplifting drama The Blind Side, the leading lady had only the day before received a nod from the Golden Raspberry Foundation in the race for the Razzies – as 2009’s worst actress, for the limp summer comedy All About Steve.

Should Bullock “win” both the Razzie and the Oscar, she’ll claim the dubious distinction of being the first star ever to pull off the double-barreled win in the same year. (Others have done so in non-acting categories.)

The question will then also arise if she will pull a Halle Berry, who five years ago (and two years after she won her Oscar for Monster’s Ball), proved a good sport by accepting her Razzie in person. Berry’s Razz was for Catwoman.

In terms of this year’s 30th annual Razzie nominees – in which Twilight costars “Kristen Stewart and either Robert Pattinson or Taylor Whatz-His-Fang” are up for worst screen couple – Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Land of the Lost tie to lead the field, with seven nods each.

In Bullock’s category, her competition consists of Beyoncé, in Obsessed; Miley Cyrus, in Hannah Montana: The Movie; Megan Fox, in Jennifer’s Body and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen; and Sarah Jessica Parker, in Did You Hear About the Morgans?.

Here is the full list of Razzie nominations.

Results will be made known March 6, the night before the Oscars, at a Hollywood ceremony presided over by Razzies founder John Wilson.