LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- Hollywood stars Lindsay Lohan and Eddie Murphy were the big losers when the 28th Annual Golden Raspberry Awards were announced in Los Angeles Saturday.
Also known as the Razzies, the "awards" recognize the previous year's worst in film and are announced on the eve of the film industry's biggest night, the Academy Awards presentation.
Lohan's thriller "I Know Who Killed Me" was named Worst Picture, Worst Excuse for a Horror Movie and Worst Remake or Rip-Off, while Lohan tied with herself for Worst Actress for the two characters she played in the film -- and was named Worst Screen Couple, again for her duel role.
The film also earned Chris Siverston the Worst Director dis-honor, as well as a Worst Screenplay distinction for Jeffrey Hammond.
Murphy was named Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actress and Worst Supporting Actor for the multiple roles he played in the big-screen comedy "Norbit."
"Daddy Day Camp," a sequel to Murphy's flick "Daddy Day Care," won the Razzie for Worst Prequel or Sequel.