De Armas is up for the Best Actress gong for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in the Netflix film, and will battle it out with Cate Blanchett, Andrea Riseborough, Michelle Williams and Michelle Yeoh.
However, Howery implied he was a bit surprised that de Armas – who he shared the screen with in 2022's erotic thriller Deep Water – was on the list and also suggested that some other people had been overlooked.
Speaking on Vulture’s Into It podcast, he said: “Somebody else should have got bumped.”
“I’m not going to say anything, but it’s a movie nominated as a Razzie,” he went on.
The interviewer went on to name the movie as Blonde as it is also up for some ‘awards’ at the Razzies, which recognise the worst films of the year.
“It’s just, and that’s somebody I did film with,” Howery continued.
“I did Deep Water with her, with Ben Affleck. Amazing.
"I’m just talking about the Academy. What are y’all doing? Come on, fam. For real?”
Howery also said that he thought Viola Davis should have been nominated for The Woman King and that Danielle Deadwyler should have been recognised for Till.
He said: “It’s just very unfortunate that we keep… and just being honest, especially as Black people, we want to be recognised by the Academy so bad because we know what it does for our bag.
"You know what I’m saying?
“But are we ever going to get that due?”
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