See which terrible films and performances are nominated for this year's 'anti-Oscars'
This annual Razzie Awards have recognised the worst in Hollywood film-making since 1981, when they were founded by publicist John J.B. Wilson as a spoof of the Oscars. Here are list year’s leading contenders, including some truly terrible movies and several A-list actors who really should have known better. The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Los Angeles on February 27 – the night before the Oscars.
It grossed over $570m (£395m) at the global box office, but Sam Taylor-Johnson's big screen adaptation of Fifty Shade Of Grey proved far less popular with film critics. It receives six Razzie nominations including Worst Picture, Worst Actor for Jamie Dornan and Worst Actress for Dakota Johnson. Ouch.
The Wachowskis' messy sci-fi movie Jupiter Ascending also receives six nominations including Worst Picture and Worst Actress for Mika Kunis. Even Eddie Redmayne, the winner of last year's Academy Award for Best Actor, couldn't save it and duly finds himself shortlisted for Worst Supporting Actor.
Also racking up six Razzie nominations is botched sci-fi comedy Pixels. Both Josh Gad and serial Razzie nominee Adam Sandler find themselves shortlisted for worst acting prizes.
The fourth and final film to rack up six Razzie nominations is Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. The original was hardly a masterpiece, but this even shoddier sequel currently holds an approval rating of just 5% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Last year's summer's most infamous box office bomb, Fantastic Four, is close behind with five nominations. The film's four leads - Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell - are shortlisted for the Worst Screen Combo gong.
Julianne Moore was named Best Actress at last year's Academy Awards, but this year she finds herself competing for a Worst Supporting Actress Razzie for her turn in flop fantasy flick Seventh Son. No, we can't remember it either.
Johnny Depp looks set to earn an Oscar nomination for his turn as notorious Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger in Black Mass, but his less impressive performance in comedy howler Mortdecai bags him a place on the Razzies' Worst Actor shortlist. You win some, you lose some.
Joining Depp is Mortdecai co-star Gwyneth Paltrow, who's nominated for Worst Actress. Sandra Bullock famously turned up to the Razzies in person to collect this award in 2010, but if she were to win this year, would Paltrow also see the funny side?
Last year the anti-awards bash introduced a new prize, The Razzie Redeemer Award, which recognises stars who have gone from zero to hero over the past 12 months. Elizabeth Banks wins a nomination in this category for her sensitive performance in Brian Wilson biopic Love And Mercy and sterling work directing Pitch Perfect 2.
Elizabeth Banks' competition for the Razzie Redeemer Award includes Sylvester Stallone, who gives what is arguably a career-best performance in surprisingly brilliant Rocky spin-off Creed.