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Rudy Giuliani awarded two Golden Raspberry Awards for ‘Borat’ cameo

Rudolph W. Giuliani was acknowledged for his function in “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” with a pair of not-so-prestigious Golden Raspberry Awards, or “Razzies,” handed out to Hollywood’s worst Friday.

Mr. Giuliani, former President Donald Trump’s private lawyer, was the recipient of two completely different Razzies, together with one within the class of Worst Supporting Actor, for his cameo within the hit comedy.

The film, launched round two weeks earlier than the 2020 presidential election, induced a substantial quantity of controversy on the time by catching Mr. Giuliani on digital camera in a compromising place.

In the movie, Mr. Giuliani is briefly seen reaching into his pants whereas reclining on a resort room mattress within the presence of an actress, Maria Bakalova, whom he mistakenly believed to be an interviewer.

Along with the award for worst actor, that scene in the end resulted in Mr. Giuliani incomes a Razzie within the class of Worst Screen Combo — an honor bestowed on each him and his pants zipper.

Mr. Giuliani, 76, didn’t instantly reply to a message searching for his response to “winning” the awards. He beforehand denied having performed something inappropriate through the filming of the film.

Traditionally held earlier than the Academy Awards, or Oscars, when Hollywood acknowledges the most effective movies of the previous yr, the tongue-in-cheek Razzies began in 1980 and has taken place yearly ever since.

Ms. Bakalova, 24, is nominated for an Oscar this yr within the class of Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her efficiency as Tutar Sagdiyev in “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.”

The writers of “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” together with British actor and comic Sacha Baron Cohen, who stars because the titular character, are nominated for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar, in the meantime.

Mr. Baron Cohen, 49, beforehand mentioned he purposely launched the movie, the sequel to 2006’s “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan,” near Election Day.

“I don’t want to egotistically imply that people would watch ‘Borat’ and not vote for Trump, but that was the aim,” Mr. Baron Cohen mentioned after it was launched, Variety reported earlier this yr.”

The 93rd Academy Awards will air Sunday, April 25 at 8 p.m. Eastern on ABC.

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