The Razzies have a proud history of honoring the worst in cinema. Former Worst Picture winners include disastrous classics "The Last Airbender" (2010), "Battlefield Earth" (2000), and "Showgirls" (1995).
One to watch in this year's race is "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2," the final installment of the blockbuster franchise about teenage Bella (Kristen Stewart), who is torn between a werewolf (Taylor Lautner) and a vampire (Robert Pattison). The series has picked up multiple nominations over the years, including two Worst Picture bids and multiple nods for its three stars, but its only win was Worst Supporting Actor in 2010 for Jackson Rathbone, who won jointly for "Eclipse" and "The Last Airbender." Will Razzie voters (dis)honor for the finale as a way to recognize the series as a whole?
Two multiple-Razzie winners are back with new critically-derided comedies. Eddie Murphy, who won Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actor, and Worst Supporting Actress for "Norbit," stars in "A Thousand Words," in which he plays a literary agent who will die after he speaks the title number of words.
Adam Sandler, who swept last year's Razzies for "Jack and Jill," stars in "That's My Boy," in which he plays the estranged father of Andy Samberg.
Other films vying for possible nominations include the Kate Hudson romance "A Little Bit of Heaven," the sci-fi action films "Battleship" and "John Carter," "Atlas Shrugged, Part II," the detective thriller "Alex Cross," and the Katherine Heigl comedy "One for the Money."