The Golden Raspberry Awards has created a new category in order to give Quentin Tarantino a Lifetime Acheivement Award for Goofiest Looking Director. Tarantino, the writer and director of films such as Pulp Fiction and The Hateful Eight graciously showed up to the annual awards ceremony in LA, and accepted his Razzie.
The director, often cranky with the press and in interviews, was a good sport this week when taking his Lifetime Achievement Award, he even joked about his looks after Weird Al presented him with his Golden Raspberry.
"When I was a kid and I saw The Magnificent Seven, I knew I wanted to make movies, and fortunately for my films I did it from behind the camera."
Though the category for Goofiest Looking Director was created with Tarantino in mind, Golden Raspberry officials are saying there will be other lifetime achievement recipients for that category.
Other directors who's names have been floated for a Lifetime Achievement Award for Goofiest Looking Director in the future are Micheal Moore, Paul Rubens, David Lynch and Woody Allen.
Raspberry Board president Sally Moss spoke to the press after the award ceremony and was asked why no women have been mentioned for goofiest looking director.
Moss replied, "Well the female directors don't even come close in terms of goofiness as these guys, not even close..."