The Last Airbender had the ever dubious distinction of dominating the Razzies, being named worst picture, worst screenplay and worst director for M. Night Shyamalan — and a new award for worst eye-gouging misuse of 3-D.
Cast member Jackson Rathbone also took home worst supporting actor for his work in Airbender and Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
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The made-for-TV movie/miniseries would be an almost completely lost art if it weren't for HBO and the British imports served up by PBS' various Masterpiece franchises. Already this year, we have a deliciously strong contender for best-of-year (and, one imagines, Emmy) honors with Masterpiece Classic's over-too-quickly Downton Abbey.
M. Night Shyalmalan's fantasy film The Last Airbender and the vampire flick Twilight Saga: Eclipse tied for the most Razzie nominations with nine each, including worst picture.
Rounding out the list for 2010's worst picture: Vampires Suck (a Twilight parody), Sex and the City 2 and The Bounty Hunter.
It takes a special man to be Samantha Jones' love interest. But then again, it takes a special man to admit crying during the first Sex and the City movie.
"I was like, I've got to see what this is about. I need to know what I'm doing," Sex and the City 2 actor Max Ryan tells TVGuide.com. "I watched the movie and I was emotionally touched. I actually cried a bit. It's quite embarrassing but I did. I was happy, I was sad, and I was like, 'Whoa, this is really good.'"
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