Tom Hanks has been nominated for Worst Actor and Worst Supporting Actor
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Tom Hanks has had an incredible Hollywood career and has picked up awards from all corners of Tinseltown for his amazing performances.
He earned an Academy Award for his role in Forrest Gump as well as in Philadelphia, as well as four more nominations.
Hanks has picked up seven Emmys, four Golden Globes (as well as the Cecil B. DeMille Award), two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and a boatload of other nominations.
However, he's just had a chink in the chain of his near-immaculate reputation.
The 66-year-old has just been nominated for Worst Actor and Worst Supporting Actor for the Razzie Awards.
The annual event seeks to recognise and celebrate the movies and performances that attracted attention for all the wrong reasons.
It's a tongue-in-cheek take on the Oscars as it tries to find a space for the not-so-amazing cinematic moments of the previous year.
Unfortunately for Hanks, he's scored three mentions in the 2022 list for two separate projects.
The Worst Supporting Actor is for his role as Colonel Tom Parker in Elvis, where he played the King of Rock and Roll's conniving agent and manager.
The Worst Actor nomination is for Disney's Pinocchio, where he played the iconic role of Geppetto in the live-action remake of the story.
Hanks will be up against Machine Gun Kelly (Colson Baker) for his role in Good Mourning, Pete Davidson for Marmaduke, Jared Leto for Morbius and Sylvester Stallone for Samaritan for that award.
Disney’s Pinocchio has also earned itself unfortunate nominations for Worst Remake/Rip-Off/Sequel and Worst Screenplay.
The third nomination Tom Hanks earned for this year's Razzie Awards is fairly brutal.
It was for the Worst Screen Couple, but before you think it's between Hanks and Austin Butler (who played Elvis), think again,
Tom Hanks and his 'Latex-Laden Face and ludicrous accent' has copped the nomination. Brutal.
The Netflix movie about Marilyn Monroe, Blonde, received the highest number of nominations with eight.
Machine Gun Kelly's Good Mourning had seven.
Jared Leto's Morbius also pulled in a bunch of nominations, including Worst Film, Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actress, Worst Director and Worst Screenplay.
The winners for the 43rd Razzie Awards will be revealed on March 11, which is one day before the Academy Awards will give out some of the highest honours in the entertainment industry.
While it's all in good fun and jest, you can't help but feel a little bad for the nominees.