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Worst Hollywood Films Nominated For Razzies

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Slumdog Millionaire has snagged 10 Oscar nominations. And another Indian themed picture, The Love Guru, has picked up seven nominations for the Razzies. The Razzie Awards are given each year to the worst Hollywood has to offer. Golden Raspberries could also go to Eddie Murphy for Meet Dave and Kate Hudson for Fool's Gold and My Best Friend's Girl.

RENEE MONTAGNE; host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. "Slumdog Millionaire" snagged 10 Oscar nominations yesterday, and another Indian-themed picture, "The Love Guru," picked up seven nominations - for the Razzies. The Razzy Awards, of course, are given each year to the worst Hollywood has to offer. "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" is up for worst prequel, remake, rip-off or sequel. Golden Raspberries could also go to Eddie Murphy for "Meet Dave," and Kate Hudson for "Fool's Gold." It's Morning Edition.

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