'That's My Boy' predicted to win 6 Razzies, including Worst Picture
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2
, Thats My Boy
, Vanilla Ice
, Madeas Witness Protection
, Adam Sandler
, Tyler Perry
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Actor
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Actress
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Picture
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Director
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Screen Combo
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Remake Ripoff Sequel
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Screenplay
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Supp. Actor
, Razzie Awards 2012 - Worst Supp. Actress
The big winner at Saturday's Razzie Awards will be "That's My Boy," which is predicted to prevail with six of its eight bids: Worst Picture, Worst Actor (Adam Sandler), Worst Supporting Actor (Vanilla Ice), Worst Director, Worst Screenplay and Worst Couple.
In this tepid laffer, Sandler plays a wayward father who returns to disrupt the wedding of his son (Andy Samberg). Last year, Sandler's "Jack & Jill" swept the Razzies, winning all 10 categories.
Gold Derby surveyed our experts and editors as well as hundred of users to predict the winners of the worst in film. (Click here to see a breakdown by category of the winners and potential spoilers.)
"Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2" is is forecast to take two races: Worst Ripoff/Remake/Sequel and Worst Ensemble. This final film in the franchise reaped 11 nominations. However, it has succeeded with only one of its previous 21 bids -- Worst Supporting Actor in 2010 for Jackson Rathbone, who won jointly for "Twilight: Eclipse" and "The Last Airbender."
Tyler Perry should claim his first Razzie with a Worst Actress win for dressing in drag in "Madea's Witness Protection." This multi-hyphenate broke through at the Razzies this year with five bids, including Worst Actor ("Alex Cross"), Worst Director ("Madea's Witness Protection" and "Good Deeds") and as part of both the Worst Couple and Worst Ensemble.
And Grammy champ Rihanna is likely to win the Worst Supporting Actress award for "Battleship," which earned seven nominations in all.