Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, a former underwear model with no previous acting experience, looks like she will win Worst Supporting Actress for her screen debut. She replaced Megan Fox, who was a Razzie nominee for the previous "Transformers" installment, "Revenge of the Fallen."
Katie Holmes earned a previous Razzie nomination for "Batman Begins" in 2005. In "Jack and Jill," she plays Adam Sandler's wife.
Nicole Kidman ("The Hours") has a small role in "Just Go With It," a film she made in order to have a paid Hawaiian vacation. The Oscar-winning actress ("The Hours") was well hidden -- she's not in much of the film's advertising -- but Razzie voters singled her out.
Like lead actor Adam Sandler, David Spade plays a woman in "Jack and Jill." Despite appearing in many widely disliked big-screen comedies, this is his first Razzie Award nomination.
Brandon T. Jackson takes on one of the title roles in "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son." As with his on-screen dad Martin Lawrence, he plays an FBI agent going undercover as a woman.