- Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson starred in a 2017 reboot of "Baywatch" with Zac Efron.
- The movie was given a Razzie Award for being so "rotten" that people loved it.
- On Instagram and Twitter, Johnson uploaded his acceptance speech for the Razzie.
- "We made 'Baywatch' with the best of intentions," he said. "It didn't work out like that, but I humbly and graciously accept my Razzie."
- Johnson laughed throughout the speech, clearly finding the award amusing.
This year's Razzie Awards were just doled out to the worst movies of 2017, and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's "Baywatch" reboot was among the recipients. In a humble acceptance speech shared on his social media accounts, Johnson appears to admit that "Baywatch" wasn't exactly the best movie.
"Look, we made 'Baywatch' with the best of intentions," Johnson says. "It didn't work out like that, but I humbly and graciously accept my Razzie."
Johnson cracks himself up throughout the full mini-speech in the video (shared in the below tweet).
It’s the #Oscars and Hollywood’s biggest night!— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) March 4, 2018
So let me go ahead and take this “L” right on the chin for Baywatch.
Win some, lose some.. but hey, that’s the way love goes. @RazzieAwards#Baywatch💩🥪 #AndTheWinnerLosesOnpic.twitter.com/2ICyzfVHSV
The Razzie given to "Baywatch" was an award sponsored by Rotten Tomatoes: "The Razzie Nom So Rotten You Loved It."
"That means the s--- sandwich you have been eating is so bad that you eventually started to like it," Johnson said.
The Rotten Tomatoes score for "Baywatch" was only 18% among critics and 56% for fans. The official Razzie Twitter account retweeted Johnson's video, saying "it takes a big man to pick up [the Razzie] and own his bad! That's love."
For more on the worst films of 2017, see all of movies awarded Razzies here.
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