HOLLYWOOD -- On the the eve of Hollywood's Oscar presentations, the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation announced it's worst movie of the year -- 'Hudson Hawk,' starring Bruce Willis.
In the eyes of the 365-member Razzie organization, 'Hudson Hawk' was so bad it wasn't even able to sweep the 12th annual awards.
Although Willis was a nominee for worst actor, that dubious distinction went to Kevin Costner for his sleep-walking performance in 'Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves,' which the Razzies retitled 'Robin Hood, Prince of Dweebs.'
Sean Young became the first actress to win both the worst actress and worst supporting actress awards for her appearances in the same movie, 'A Kiss Before Dying.'
Double loser Young played twins in the drama. She was chosen worst actress for playing the twin who survives in 'A Kiss Before Dying,' and worst supporting actress for the twin who was murdered.
But 'Hudson Hawk' led all other 1991 movies with three Razzies this year. In addition to worst picture, Michael Lehmann came away with the award for worst director. Willis, Steven E. deSouza, Daniel Waters and Robert Kraft were voted Razzies for worst screenplay.
Dan Aykroyd won the organization's scorn as worst supporting actor of the year for his performance in 'Nothing But Trouble,' which he also directed. Aykroyd was the only previous Razzie winner among this year's losers.
Worst new star honors went to Vanilla Ice for two performances, one in 'Cool As Ice' and the other in 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Part II.'
Voted worst song of the year was 'Addams Groove' from 'The Addams Family,' written by Hammer and Felton C. Pilate II.
John Wilson, founder of the Razzies, said, 'Not only did 'Hudson Hawk,' the $65 million Spruce Goose of cinematic self-indulgence, fail to gross even one third of its cost, but it suffered the ultimate insult in not living up to expectations that it would sweep the Razzies.'
The annual Oscar parody ceremonies are held in a Hollywood hotel the day before the Academy Awards. To date, no winners or nominees have ever attended. The organization is supported by 365 film buffs, media mavens and critics in 27 states, Switzerland, Canada, England, Russia and Japan.
The Razzie trophy is a gold-sprayed golf ball-sized raspberry atop a mangled super 8 film reel with an estimated street value of $1.79.NEWLN: (