HOLLYWOOD -- 'Color of Night,' Kevin Costner and Sharon Stone were the big losers Sunday night at the 15th annual Golden Raspberry Awards, a Bronx cheer salute to the worst films and performances of 1994. None of the winners was nominated for Monday's Academy Awards. Voted worst picture of the year was 'Colorof Night,' an action- adventure disaster starring Bruce Willis, Lesley Ann Warren and Jane March. March was nominated for both worst actress and worst supporting actor -- for posing as a male in the film -- but won neither. Costner won the dubious distinction of worst actor for his wooden performance in 'Wyatt Earp,' a box-office bomb that also was nominated for worst picture. Sharon Stone won her first Razzie award for worst actress for two performances last year, in 'Intersection' co-starring with Richard Gere and in 'The Specialist' opposite Sylvester Stallone. Stone and Stallone suffered the indignity of winning the award for worst screen couple of 1994 in a tie with Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt for 'Interview with the Vampire.' Although edged out by 'Color of Night' for worst picture, 'Wyatt Earp' did win the Razzie for worst remake or sequel of the year. The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation (GRAF), composed of 375 film professionals, journalists and frequent filmgoers in 31 states and six foreign countries, held its award ceremonies at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles. The winners were not expected to accept their trophies -- gold, spray- painted golf-ball-sized plastic raspberries atop 8mm film reels with a street value of $1.97.
Among those who failed to RSVP was Rosie O'Donnell, who was voted worst supporting actress for a trio of films: 'Car 54 Where Are You?,' 'Exit to Eden' and 'The Flintstones.' Nor could there be an appearance by the beleaguered O.J. Simpson, on trial for the murder of his ex-wife Nicole and Ronald Goldman, who won the worst supporting actor Razzie for 'Naked Gun 33 1/3.' The worst new star of the year award went to Anna Nicole Smith, who also appeared in 'Naked Gun 33 1/3.' Actor Steven Seagal was insulted for being the worst director of the year 'for supervising his own stupefying performance' in 'On Deadly Ground.' A team of 35 who collaborated on 'The Flintstones' shared the Razzie for worst screenplay. 'Marry the Mole,' from the animated film 'Thumbelina,' was a runaway winner for worst original song, written by Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman and Jack Feldman. John Wilson of GRAF noted 'Color of Night' set a new low standard for bad films. ''Color of Night' won nine Razzie nominations but was voted only one award,' he said. 'It is the first picture in Razzie history to have won only that single award.' (