Pretty much any person with eyes, save for the most rabid and loyal Twihard fan, considers the final Twilight film, Breaking Dawn – Part 2, as the worst movie of last year and it would appear that the folks who hand out the Golden Raspberry Awards agree. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 leads the way in Razzie Award nominations, scoring 11 of them … in every single Razzie category. Impressive! Click below to find out which Razzie Awards Twilight will be vying for this year.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 looks set to dominate the upcoming Golden Raspberry Awards after landing 11 nominations. The vampire blockbuster is tipped in the Worst Picture, Worst Screen Ensemble, Worst Screenplay and Worst Remake, Rip-Off, or Sequel categories, while Bill Condon is up for Worst Director. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Ashley Greene all feature in the acting categories, while the movie is named twice in the Worst Screen Couple list.
Now, lest you think that Breaking Dawn – Part 2 was the only terrible film of 2012, there are other films/actors with 2012 Razzie Award nominations as well:
The Adam Sandler comedy That’s My Boy is also a big contender for Razzies, with eight nominations – not enough to rival the funnyman’s 2011 flop Jack And Jill, which made history at last year’s prize giving by scooping a massive 10 dishonors. Pop star Rihanna is also among the nominees – she is tipped in the Worst Supporting Actress category for her appearance in sci-fi movie Battleship, which landed a total of seven nominations. The 33rd annual Golden Raspberry Awards ceremony will take place on February 23rd, the day before the Academy Awards.
Yes, there are plenty of Razzie Awards to hand out to all deserving candidates … but methinks the final Twilight film is going to walk away with the most Golden Raspberry trophies on the big night. What do y’all think? Are 11 Razzie noms enough for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2? Don’t you think they could’ve come up with even more categories to nominate the film for?