The Razzies, worst of the year awards, will withdraw their nominations for Bruce Willis after his retirement

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Sadly, for Bruce Willis fans, the actor’s family has announced that he will be retiring from acting for good after being diagnosed with aphasia, a condition that limits his communication skills. After the tragic news, the Razzie Awards, which highlight the worst of the year, will withdraw their nominations for the performer.

In recent years, Bruce Willis has been singled out for participating in low-budget productions that were harshly criticized. However, after making known the health situation that the protagonist of ‘Duro de Matar’ is going through, the Razzie Awards, awards that nominate the worst of each year, and that even created a special category for the actor, they have retracted.

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The awards, also called the “Anti-Oscars”, have honored films that are considered classics, such as Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’. Or awarded to actors and actresses who even the same year won at the Academy Awards. However, now the organization behind the Razzie Awards has been heavily criticized for the Bruce Willis nominations.

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After the health condition of Bruce Willis was made known, the Razzie received thousands of requests from fans to remove the category “Worst Bruce Willis Performance”, where titles such as ‘American Siege’, ‘Survive the Game’, ‘Apex’, ‘Cosmic Sin’ ‘Out of Death’, ‘Deadlock’, ‘Fortress’ and ‘Midnight in the Switchgrass’ with Megan Fox.

The Razzie Awards made fun of Bruce Willis’ health

Razzie founders John Wilson and Mo Murphy told CBR that “After much thought and consideration, the Razzies have made the decision to rescind the Razzie Award given to Bruce Willis, due to his recently disclosed diagnosis.” they said.

The decision to withdraw the nominations explains that it is because, if Bruce Willis’ illness prevents him from developing his skills, and limits his decision-making or job performance, then it would not be “appropriate” to give an award to the Hollywood star. . At first, the founders said that they would not remove the category because it would not appear in future editions.

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This after the official account of the Razzie Awards on Twitter published a tweet where they made fun of Bruce Willis’s state of health: “Perhaps this explains why he wanted to say goodbye strongly in 2021.” Although the last years of the actor were not fruitful in terms of good movies, in his career he produced great classics such as ‘Hard To Kill’, ‘Pulp Fiction’ ’12 Monkeys’, among many others.

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