'Sex Tape' Producer Steve Tisch Hoping to Win a Razzie Award

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Steve Tisch

The New York Giants co-owner is not only not offended to be shortlisted in six categories, but he's pulling for a, um, victory come Feb. 21.

This story first appeared in the Jan. 23 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

Steve Tisch is gunning for a new kind of EGOT. Sex Tape — the 2014 comedy he produced, starring Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel, that was annihilated by critics — was shortlisted in six categories for the 35th annual Golden Raspberry Awards, best known as the Razzies. "In a perverse way, I hope we win. Because if we win, I will have two Super Bowl trophies, two Raspberrys and an Oscar. I am just missing the Nobel Prize."

Noting that he's not offended, the New York Giants co-owner says his campaign message is short and sweet: "See the movie." As for his opinion of the film? "The movie was a lot of fun and did extremely well overseas," says Tisch, referring to the $87 million haul abroad compared to $38 million in the U.S. "It was harmless." Razzies will be doled out Feb. 21.