Razzies 2018: 'Transformers' leads the way with 9 nominations

Razzie Awards: 'Transformers,' 'Fifty Shades Darker,' 'Mummy' Top Nominations

Razzie Awards: 'Transformers,' 'Fifty Shades Darker,' 'Mummy' Top Nominations

Transformers: The Last Knight led the field with nine when nominations for the Golden Raspberry Awards were announced early Monday in Los Angeles.

It is, in fact, the fifth instalment in the robot-based action series.

Dedicated to honoring the very worst in film from the previous year, the Golden Raspberry Awards have become one of the most publicized awards shows around over the years. Big name franchises with one too many sequels dominate the pack, though there's definitely a few surprises in store in the Worst Actress category.

Emoji Movie also scored nominations for worst director (Tony Leondis), worst screenplay (Tony Leondis, Eric Siegel, Mike White), and worst screen combo (any two obnoxious emojis).

In the running for Worst Supporting Actor are Javier Bardem for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Russell Crowe for The Mummy, Josh Duhamel and Anthony Hopkins for Transformers: The Last Knight and Mel Gibson for Daddy's Home 2.

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Joining Transformers as a Worst Picture nominee is Fifty Shades Darker, the second film in E.L. James' erotic thriller franchise. In the same year, Sandra Bullock picked up the worst actress award, for the comedy All About Steve; a day before winning an Oscar for The Blind Side.

Johnson is hoping she doesn't win worst actress for "Fifty Shades Darker", an award she won for "Fifty Shades of Grey" in 2016.

The other contenders for worst film are Baywatch, Fifty Shades Darker, The Mummy and The Emoji Movie.

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