Eddie Redmayne 'Wins' Razzie But No Oscar

Eddie Redmayne 'Wins' Razzie But No Oscar

Highs and lows. After winning an Oscar last year, Eddie Redmayne has now scored the dubious honour of a Razzie.

The British actor, who won an Academy Award for The Theory Of Everything, picked up the worst supporting actor for sci-fi film Jupiter Ascending at the 36th annual Golden Raspberry Awards.

Redmayne was also up for the best actor Oscar this year for The Danish Girl. He missed out to favourite Leonardo DiCaprio .

Northern Irish actor Jamie Dornan was also dishonoured at this year's Razzies, the anti-awards show held on the eve of the Oscars.

He was named worst actor prize for playing playboy billionaire Christian Grey in Fifty Shades Of Grey.

His co-star in the film, Dakota Johnson, was named worst actress, and together the pair picked up the worst screen combo.

It was a big night for the adaptation of EL James' erotic novel - it took home five awards in total. It also nabbed the worst screenplay and tied with comic book remake Fantastic Four in the worst film stakes.

Superhero flop Fantastic Four picked up the worst remake, rip-off or sequel and its director Josh Trank scored the worst director award.

Other "winners" included The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco, who was named worst supporting actress for her voice contribution to Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip.

The Razzie Redeemer Award, given to a previous Razzie winner who has "gone on to do better work", went to Sylvester Stallone, who has been nominated for a best supporting actor Oscar for Rocky sequel Creed.

The Razzies were launched in 1980 as a spoof of Hollywood's awards season.

The event was held at the Palace Theatre in Los Angeles, across town from the Dolby Theatre where the 88th annual Academy Awards will be presented later.

While most actors decline invites to claim their $4.97 trophies, for obvious reasons, past recipients such as Halle Berry and Sandra Bullock have actually shown up in person.

The awards are voted on by 943 members of the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation from 48 US states and 20 foreign countries.

Members earn voting rights by paying a $40 membership fee, with a $25 annual renewal.