Echoing John Travolta’s bold donning of a lace-front wig for the Oscars, Kirk Cameron keeps making movies.
At this weekend’s Razzie Awards, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas claimed the prizes of Worst Picture, Worst Actor, Worst Screenplay and Worst Screen Combo. For that last category, the winners were “Kirk Cameron and his ego.” Ouch.
But don’t feel too sorry for the former Growing Pains star. In what ranks as one of 2014’s most upside-down bits of movie merchandising, Cameron spun off from this opus a Saving Christmas Blend for his line of coffees. At press time, the blend is still available via kirkscoffee.com and, for those who like to do their Christmas shopping early, could be the perfect item to bank for this year’s Secret Santa office exchange:
Inspired by the timeless flavors of the classic mocha java blend, our limited edition Saving Christmas Blend is a delicate balance of East African and Indonesian coffees. The subtle sweetness of the Indonesian beans is intimately paired with the robust earthiness of the African for a truly harmonious and memorable cup. It’s meant to be brewed in large quantities and shared with friends and family.
A fresh-roasted pound costs $19, or slightly less than an annual membership to the Razzies voting ranks. The 35th Annual Golden Rasperry Awards were held Saturday night at the Montalban Theater on Vine Street in Hollywood, about a mile from the Dolby.