Razzie Awards Include Kevin Spacey In “In Memoriam” Segment

“Very sorry, but we won’t be missing you—or your kind."

He’s not dead. He’s just dead to a lot of people.

Kevin Spacey is among the accused Hollywood sexual harassers featured in an “In Memoriam” video released Saturday as part of the 38th annual Golden Raspberry Awards, or Razzies, which recognize the worst in film. Anthony Rapp accused Spacey in October of making unwanted sexual advances toward him when Spacey was 26 and Rapp was 14.

The cheeky Razzies video also spotlights the career deaths of Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, Casey Affleck, James Franco, Brett Ratner, Dustin Hoffman, Steven Seagal, Woody Allen, Louis C.K., Donald Trump, and other men who have faced serious sexual misconduct allegations this past year.

“Very sorry, but we won’t be missing you—or your kind,” a message reads.

In light of the encouraging #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, this year’s Razzie Redeemer Award, honoring “a humbling transformation from crap to creative, or at least the inkling of a solid attempt,” went to “A safe Hollywood-haven, where talent is protected, nourished, and allowed to flourish with proper compensation.”

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Other big Razzie winners—or losers—included The Emoji Movie as Worst Picture, Tom Cruise as Worst Actor for The Mummy, and Tyler Perry as Worst Actress for BOO! 2: A Madea Halloween.

Spacey was also a target at the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards, 
held Saturday and broadcast live on IFC.

Co-host Nick Kroll mocked Spacey’s terrible apology in response to Rapp’s allegations of sexual misconduct: “’I don’t remember doing this, but I know I was drunk when I did it. Also, in a Keyser Soze-like twist, I’m coming out of the closet. So, to sum it up, I’m connecting being gay with assaulting a minor. And now to let the congratulations notes roll in.’”

Following Rapp’s accusations, Spacey was fired from Netflix’s House of Cards and digitally removed from the film All the Money in the World. More men have since accused Spacey of sexual misconduct, and many have credited Rapp for inspiring them to come forward.

Watch the 2018 Razzies “In Memoriam” and full winners announcement below.

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