Alright everyone, here we go! The moment you’ve all been waiting for dreading. The worst actresses of 2012. These are the ladies that left our jaws hanging open in disbelief at just how awful they were. The worst female performers of the year!
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Hello again and welcome to another ed… wait, that’s Tank’s line. LOL. Just want to let everyone know that another episode of The (title pending) Movie Podcast is up and available for your listening pleasure!
This is part 1 of our 2 part year end spectacle spectacular, where we go over the best and worst that 2011 had to offer. In this first part? The Actors and Actresses of note in 2011, both good and bad! We give you the low down on who we thought were terrible, and who we thought were memorable. The best and worst of the whole year! We’ll be back with part 2 about this time next week, as we go over the best and worst movies! I can’t wait to record it, this one came out really well, and I’m sure you’re all going to enjoy!
Just a technical note at this point? We have our own Buzzsprout feed now. I know that won’t mean much for most of you, but it does mean we’ll have our own podcast page on that hosting service, and we’ll also have our own channel on iTunes. So if you have any bookmarks, you may need to update them. If not, well, it’ll be even easier to find us than ever before!
So! You can download this episode and all episodes directly on our Buzzsprout page http://www.buzzsprout.com/5028 or search for us on iTunes! (Oh… and if anyone does go to iTunes, leaving a review would really be a big favor!!! Thanks in advance to anyone that does!!!) ENJOY!!!
Up first? The Worst Actress of 2011. These ladies really handed out the headaches… turning in five of the most uninspired, cringe inducing, head scratching performances of the year.
Your nominees for the Worst Actress of the year are: Rosie Huntington-Whitley, “Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon”, January Jones, “X-Men: First Class”, Minka Kelly, “The Roommate”, Freida Pinto, “Immortals”, and Lucy Punch, “Bad Teacher”.