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Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Screen Couple/Ensemble

Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Screen Couple/Ensemble
33rd Golden Raspberry Awards
Awarded for Worst in film
Country United States
Presented by Golden Raspberry Award Foundation
First awarded 1994
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The Razzie Award for Worst Screen Couple and the Razzie Award for Worst Screen Ensemble are two awards presented at the annual Golden Raspberry Awards to the worst movie pairing and cast of the previous year. The following is a list of nominees and recipients of the awards, along with the film(s) for which they were nominated. The category, which made its debut at the 15th Razzie ceremony, was originally named just Worst Screen Couple, but in 2011 it was changed to Worst Screen Couple / Worst Screen Ensemble so entire casts could be included. This was changed again in 2012 where Screen Couple and Screen Ensemble were split and awarded separatedly. The Screen Couple Award is defined to include any combination of actors, actresses, props, or bodyparts.

Worst Screen Couple 1994-1999

Worst Screen Couple 2000s

Worst Screen Couple/Worst Screen Ensemble 2010

Worst Screen Couple 2011-2012

Worst Screen Ensemble 2011-2012

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