Mike Myers, Paris Hilton Lead Razzie Nominations

Mike Myers may have to dust off his mantel to make room for his awards – if he has a fireplace in his basement.

The comic actor’s The Love Guru led the field at the Razzies – celebrating the worst from Hollywood last year – which were announced by Razzies founder John Wilson on Wednesday, a day before the Oscar nominations are to be revealed.

In all, Guru grabbed seven nods, including worst picture and worst performances by Myers, Jessica Alba, Verne Troyer and Oscar-winner Ben Kingsley.

Lindsay Lohan Gets Razzied

Lindsay Lohan is raking in the statues this Academy Awards weekend, just not the kind named Oscar.

At the annual Razzie Awards, honoring the worst in film, the actress took home record honors for her work in the horror-suspense movie, I Know Who Killed Me.

The movie beat out the previous Razzie record-holder, Showgirls by rounding up eight awards including worst actress and worst screen couple for Lohan (she plays two people) and worst picture.

Lindsay Lohan Scores 'Worst Actress' Nod

Lindsay Lohan landed her first nominations of the 2008 awards season Monday. But it’s probably best to leave this one off the résumé.

The 21-year-old actress was recognized by the Razzies – the annual awards show recognizing the year’s “worst” films and performances – for her part in the thriller I Know Who Killed Me. In fact, she earned two nominations for a single role.

Tom & Katie Given 'Most Tiresome' Razzie

For Tom Cruise and fiancée Katie Holmes, it’s not an honor just to be nominated. The couple – known as TomKat – was named “most tiresome tabloid targets” at Saturday’s 26th Annual Razzie Awards, where the worst of Hollywood was celebrated the day before the Oscars.

Cruise and Holmes were saluted for being “the celebs we’re all sick and tired of” and, as one Razzie presenter said, the actor’s couch-jumping antics on Oprah Winfrey’s show happened on “the day when his rabies vaccine ran out,” Reuters reported.

Cruise, Simpson Earn Razzie 'Honors'

War of the Worlds starTom Cruise had better run for cover. And this time he might think of taking Jessica Simpson with him.

The Razzies have returned to Hollywood – with the Golden Raspberry Foundation’s Monday morning announcement of Tinseltown’s worst embarrassments from last year.

Halle Berry, Colin Farrell Up for Razzies

They’re baaaack, and they’re as baaad as ever: The nominations for the Worst Pictures of the Year, as determined by the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation, were announced Monday.

Leading the heap, with seven nominations, is the critically clawed Catwoman starring Halle Berry – cited in categories that include worst picture, actress, director, screenplay and couple (Berry with either Benjamin Bratt or Sharon Stone – who got a worst supporting actress nod).

Ben Affleck: Give Me My Razzies

If Ben Affleck can’t have all the Razzie Awards that he’s won with such clunkers as “Gigli” and “Pearl Harbor,” then at least he should get “a golden sack of grapes,” the star tells the Associated Press.

Affleck, 31, on promotional rounds for his new film “Jersey Girl,” says the Golden Raspberry Awards committee, which hands out awards for the worst movies of the year, have never forwarded his prizes to him and, as a result, he feels “stiffed.”

Bennifer's 'Gigli' Sets Razzie Record

Chalk up another milestone for “Gigli”: On Saturday it became the first movie ever to sweep all six major categories, including worst picture of 2003, at the less-than-stellar 24th annual Razzie Awards, which “dis-honor the worst achievements in film.”