Sideshow: Will and Jaden Smith awarded Razzies

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This film publicity image released by Sony - Columbia Pictures shows Will Smith, left, and Jaden Smith in a scene from "After Earth." (AP Photo/Sony, Columbia Pictures)

And the loser is ...

 

Will and Jaden Smith have something they can bond over. Both won Razzies (son for worst actor, dad for worst supporting actor) for their performances in M. Night Shyamalan's sci-fi flop After Earth. At Saturday's Golden Raspberry Awards, organizer John Wilson noted the pair was "stranded on Planet Nepotism."

Movie 43, a raunchy comedy anthology featuring the likes of Halle Berry, Richard Gere, Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts earned Razzies for worst picture, screenplay and director. Apparently, it took a village to craft something so loathed: Movie 43 is credited with 13 directors and 19 screenwriters.

Tyler Perry - as feisty alter-ego Madea - was picked as worst actress for A Madea Christmas, while Kim Kardashian was worst supporting actress for her role in the drama Tyler Perry's Temptation.

Despite being the year's biggest box-office bomb, The Lone Ranger lassoed just one prize: worst remake, rip-off, or sequel.

 

'Non-Stop' stops 'Lego'

Liam Neeson has grounded The Lego Movie.

The action star's airliner thriller Non-Stop arrived in first place at the weekend box office, ending the Warner Bros. animated film's three-week blockade at the top spot. The Universal Pictures film opened with $30 million, according to studio estimates.

Fox's Son of God opened close behind, with $26.5 million. The film recounts the story of Jesus' life using footage shot during production of the History Channel's 10-part miniseries The Bible.