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Lindsay Lohan, Johnny Depp, Will Smith & More "Honored" With Razzie Nominations For Year's Worst Films

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist January 15, 2014 at 11:57AM

With Hollywood set to unveil the Oscar nominations tomorrow morning—the same day as the Sundance Film Festival kicks off—the folks at the Razzies are doing their annual thing of thumbing their nose at the industry by unveiling their nominations of the year's worst. And big shock here is really how tame most of their targets are this year.
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With Hollywood set to unveil the Oscar nominations tomorrow morning—the same day as the Sundance Film Festival kicks off—the folks at the Razzies are doing their annual thing of thumbing their nose at the industry by unveiling their nominations of the year's worst. And big shock here is really how tame most of their targets are this year.

Mostly focusing on big budget bombs, or movies that people have already acknowledged are pretty fucking terrible, 2014 sees the organization pin their crosshairs on the likes of Lindsay Lohan ("The Canyons," "InAPPropriate Comedy," "Scary Movie 5"), Johnny Depp ("The Lone Ranger"), Will Smith ("After Earth") and more. The usually reliable Naomi Watts gets rightfully called out for her dreadful performance in "Diana," while Adam Sandler makes his usual appearance on here too, with "Grown Ups 2" getting its fair share of nods. We wish the Razzies wouldn't've made some bolder, more provocative choices (seriously, how easy of a target is "The Counselor"?) but that's not really their thing.

Find out who "won" on Saturday, March 1st. Full nominees below.

Worst Picture
The Lone Ranger
After Earth
Grown Ups 2
A Madea Christmas
Movie 43


Worst Actor
Johnny Depp ("The Lone Ranger")
Ashton Kutcher ("Jobs")
Jaden Smith ("After Earth")
Sylvester Stallone ("Bullet To The Head," "Escape Plan," "Grudge Match")
Adam Sandler ("Grown Ups 2")

Worst Actress
Lindsay Lohan ("The Canyons")
Naomi Watts ("Diana," "Movie 43")
Selena Gomez ("Getaway")
Tyler Perry ("A Madea Christmas")
Halle Berry ("Movie 43," "The Call")

Worst Supporting Actress
Lady Gaga ("Machete Kills")
Salma Hayek ("Grown-Ups 2")
Katherine Heigl ("The Big Wedding")
Kim Kardashian ("Tyler Perry's Temptation")
Lindsay Lohan ("InAPPropriate Comedy," "Scary Movie 5")

Worst Supporting Actor
Chris Brown ("Battle Of The Year")
Larry The Cable Guy ("A Madea Christmas")
Taylor Lautner ("Grown-Ups 2")
Will Smith ("After Earth")
Nick Swardson ("A Haunted House," "Grown-Ups 2")

Worst Screen combo
The Entire Cast of Grown Ups 2
The Entire Cast of Movie 43
Lindsay Lohan & Charlie Sheen ("Scary Movie 5")
Tyler Perry & EITHER Larry the Cable Guy OR That Worn-Out Wig & Dress ("A Madea Christmas")
Jaden Smith & Will Smith on Planet Nepotism ("After Earth")

Worst Director
The 13 People Who Directed Movie 43
Dennis Dugan ("Grown Ups 2")
Tyler Perry ("A Madea Christmas and Temptation")
M. Night Shyamalan ("After Earth")
Gore Verbinski ("The Lone Ranger")

Worst Screenplay
After Earth
Screenplay by Gary Whitta and M. Night Shyamalan,
Story by Will Smith

Grown Ups 2
Written by Fred Wolfe & Adam Sandler & Tim Herlihy

The Lone Ranger
Screen Story & Screenplay by Ted Elliott,
Justin Haythe & Terry Rosso

A Madea Christmas
Written by Tyler Perry

Movie 43
Written by 19 "Screenwriters"

Worst Remake Rip-Off or Sequel
Grown Ups 2
Hangover III
The Lone Ranger
Scary Movie 5
Smurfs 2

This article is related to: Razzies, Lindsay Lohan, Will Smith, Johnny Depp, The Lone Ranger, After Earth, Movie 43, Grown Ups 2, Awards, Awards Season Roundup


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