2019 Razzie winners announced: Full list of Razzie Award winners in all 10 categories [WATCH]

The 2019 Golden Raspberry Awards were announced right before the stroke of midnight on Friday night, February 22. These 39th annual awards, “honoring” the worst achievements in film, were decided by more than 1,000 eligible voting members across all 50 states and two dozen foreign countries, while the Razzie Redeemer Award was chosen by registered users right here at Gold Derby. So who were the big winners — or losers, if you will? Watch the complete Razzies announcement video above, and scroll down to see the complete list of nominees and winners below.

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly have teamed up on comedy projects before, including “Talladega Nights” (2006) and “Step Brothers” (2008), but their December 25 release “Holmes and Watson” turned out to be coal in moviegoers’ Christmas stockings. The comic take on Arthur Conan Doyle‘s “Sherlock Holmes” stories scored a lowly 24 on MetaCritic, so it’s not too surprising that it was the Razzies’ pick for Worst Picture — though our users predicted that voters would go for John Travolta‘s widely ridiculed biopic “Gotti,” whose reviews were just as bad.

“Holmes and Watson” ended up with four awards out of its six nominations. In addition to Worst Picture, it also took Worst Director (Etan Cohen), Worst Supporting Actor (Reilly) and Worst Remake, Ripoff or Sequel. This was the first Razzie for Reilly, who was also up for Worst Screen Combo with Ferrell but mercifully lost that prize to Donald Trump and his pettiness.

Reilly is a past Oscar nominee for “Chicago” (2002), but he’s in good company. Razzie history is littered with Oscar winners like Halle Berry (“Catwoman”), Sandra Bullock (“All About Steve”) and Eddie Redmayne (“Jupiter Ascending”). Heck, Melissa McCarthy is the winner of both Worst Actress and the Razzie Redeemer Award at the same time this year, while also currently nominated for her second Oscar.

Find out who else won below. Do you agree with this year’s Razzie picks? Or were they too hard on “Holmes and Watson”? Discuss all these winners and more with your fellow movie fans in our forums.

“The Happytime Murders”
X — “Holmes & Watson”
“Robin Hood”

X — Etan Cohen, “Holmes & Watson”
Kevin Connolly, “Gotti”
James Foley, “Fifty Shades Freed”
Brian Henson, “Happytime Murders”
The Spierig Brothers (Michael and Peter), “Winchester”

Jennifer Garner, “Peppermint”
Amber Heard, “London Fields”
X — Melissa McCarthy, “The Happytime Murders” and “Life of the Party”
Helen Mirren, “Winchester”
Amanda Seyfried, “The Clapper”

Johnny Depp (voice), “Sherlock Gnomes”
Will Ferrell, “Holmes & Watson”
John Travolta, “Gotti”
X — Donald J. Trump (as himself), “Death of a Nation” and “Fahrenheit 11/9”
Bruce Willis, “Death Wish”

Jamie Foxx, “Robin Hood”
Ludacris (voice), “Show Dogs”
Joel McHale, “Happytime Murders”
X — John C. Reilly, “Holmes & Watson”
Justice Smith, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom”

X — Kellyanne Conway (as herself), “Fahrenheit 11/9”
Marcia Gay Harden, “Fifty Shades Freed”
Kelly Preston, “Gotti”
Jaz Sinclair, “Slender Man”
Melania Trump (as herself), “Fahrenheit 11/9”

“Death of a Nation”
X — “Fifty Shades Freed”
“Happytime Murders”

“Death of a Nation” (remake of “Hillary’s America”)
“Death Wish”
X — “Holmes & Watson”
“The Meg” (ripoff of “Jaws”)
“Robin Hood”

Any two actors or puppets (especially in those creepy sex scenes), “Happytime Murders”

Johnny Depp and his fast-fading film career, “Sherlock Gnomes”

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly (trashing two of literature’s most beloved characters), “Holmes & Watson”

Kelly Preston and John Travolta (getting ‘Battlefield Earth’-type reviews!), “Gotti”

X — Donald J. Trump and his self-perpetuating pettiness, “Death of a Nation” and “Fahrenheit 11/9”

Peter Farrelly — From “The Three Stooges” & “Movie 43” to Oscar contender for “Green Book”

X — Melissa McCarthy — For following up her dual Razzie winning appearances with her more complex role in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

Tyler Perry — From Worst Actress winner for “Medea” to playing Colin Powell in “Vice”

Sony Pictures Animation — From Worst Picture winner “Emoji Movie” to “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”

“Transformers” — From obvious Razzie target to universal acclaim with “Bumblebee”

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