Actress Bo Derek and comic Andrew Dice Clay received the fond but dubious honors of worst actress and actor of the year Sunday at the 11th annual Golden Raspberry Awards - the `Razzies' memorializing the worst Hollywood had to offer in 1990.
The worst picture award was a tie between "Ghosts Can't Do It," which Derek produced and starred in, and "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane," starring Clay and produced by Joel Silver and Steve Perry.This year's ballot was a quadruple insult to Derek and her director husband John Derek as "Ghosts Can't Do It" topped all other nominees for four Razzies, Hollywood's least- coveted awards - worst picture, actress, director and supporting actor.
"The Adventures of Ford Fairlane" was judged next-to-most-revolting with three awards - worst picture, actor and screenplay, written by Daniel Waters, James Cappe and David Arnett.
A double winner was newcomer Sophia Coppola, daughter of director Francis Ford Coppla, for worst supporting actress and worst new star of the year for her work in her daddy's picture "The Godfather, Part III." The film has been nominated for an Oscar for best picture.
The Razzies, dedicated to poking fun at all entertainment awards, are voted by 350 members of the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation in 25 states.
The awards themselves are gold spray-painted, golf-ball-size raspberrys atop a plastic super 8 film reel base.