The group traditionally has announced its nominees the day before the Oscar nominations and its winners the night before the Oscars. But Wilson and the roughly 600 voting members for the Razzies decided to experiment with an April 1 date this time, figuring April Fool’s Day was an ideal time for their mock ceremony.
“I have always wondered if we stepped slightly away from lockstep with the Oscars, what would happen,” Wilson said. “We just kept hoping the Oscars would do their ceremony on April 2, but they just never did.”
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