Among the nominations announced for the 28th annual Golden Raspberry awards, which celebrate the worst in film-making, are Adam Sandler, Lindsay Lohan and Eddie Murphy for their respective work in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, I Know Who Killed Me and Norbit.
I Know Who Killed Me received a total of nine nominations by the Razzies - worst screen couple, picture, horror movie, screenplay, director, remake/rip-off, supporting actress and two nods for worst actress - trailed by Norbit and I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, which both received eight.
It's a double-whammy for Lohan and Murphy, who play multiple roles in their cinematic fiascoes and were nominated opposite themselves in the worst screen couple category.
I Know Who Killed Me, a teen thriller in which Lohan plays psychically connected twins, "is a Lindsay Lohan 'vehicle' that proved as dangerous for its star as any car she ever ran off the road," said John Wilson, who heads the group that spoofs the Oscars by celebrating the year's worst films.
Norbit garnered Murphy five nods for what Wilson described as a "latex-laden, nearly laugh-free 'comedy.'"
In that film, Murphy plays Norbit, as well as his adopted Asian father and hugely obese girlfriend.
Rounding out the list is I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, in which Sandler and co-star Kevin James claim to be domestic partners in order to receive medical benefits, a comedy Wilson describes as a "gag-inducing 'gay romp.'"
The worst film category also includes Bratz, based on the popular toy dolls - the four lead actresses were all named in the worst actress category in a "four-for-one deal" - and Daddy Day Camp," starring Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr.
The worst actor category also includes Nicolas Cage for his turns in Ghost Rider, National Treasure: Book of Secrets and Next and Jim Carrey for The Number 23.
Others nominated for worst actresses include Diane Keaton in Because I Said So, Jessica Alba in Awake, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and Good Luck, Chuck.