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‘Zoolander 2’ faces off with ‘Batman v Superman’ for 2017 Razzies

TAGs: 2017 Golden Raspberry awards, 89th Academy Awards, Bodog

On the night before Oscars, we get to award last year’s “crop of cinematic crap”—and the 2017 Golden Raspberry awards, aka the Razzies, is gearing up to be a titanic battle to death between “Zoolander 2” and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

‘Zoolander 2’ faces off with ‘Batman v Superman’ for 2017 RazziesThe fashion industry satire is leading the Razzies nomination list with nine, while DC’s attempt to compete with Marvel on the big screen comes in close second with eight nominations.

At Bodog, “Batman v Superman” is a favorite to win Worst Picture with 2/3, followed by “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party” with 4/1 odds. “Zoolander 2” has 4/1 odds of winning, while “Independence Day: Resurgence” has 9/1. Rounding the list of nominees are “Dirty Grandpa” with 18/1 and “Gods of Egypt” with 18/1.

“Batman v Superman” is also a favorite to win Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel with 2/3 odds, while “Zoolander 2” has 9/2 odds. Also nominated for the award are “Independence Day: Resurgence” (4/1), “Fifty Shades of Black” (11/1), “Alice Through the Looking Glass” (12/1), and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows” (15/1).

“Batman v Superman” gets another Razzies nod: Ben Affleck is the odds-on favorite to win Worst Actor award with 2/3, while Robert DeNiro has 5/1 odds for his stint in “Dirty Grandpa.” Dinesh D’Souza’s cries to the right-wing crowd at “Hillary’s America” got and Ben Stiller’s forgettable performance at “Zoolander 2” got them both 5/1 odds. Gerard Butler and Henry Cavill have a long shot at getting the award with 15/1 and 20/1 odds, respectively.

Affleck and his “baddest foe forever” Henry Cavill are also up for Worst Screen Combo with 2/3 odds, while Stiller and his “barely funny friend” Owen Wilson has 5/1 odds.

Meanwhile, Tyler Perry is an odds-on favorite to win Worst Actress award for “Boo! A Medea Halloween,” followed by Megan Fox (3/1) for “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.” Becky Turner, of “Hillary’s America,” and Shailene Woodley, of the “Divergent Series: Allegiant,” have 8/1 odds each. Naomi Watts, who stars in “Divergent Series: Allegiant” and “Shut-In,” has 14/1 odds of winning, while “Mother’s Day” Julia Roberts has 15/1 odds.

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