Before the Oscars are handed out to the “Best of the Best”, Golden Raspberry will honor “Worst of the Worst”. Nominees for this year’s Razzie Awards include Johnny Depp, Lady GaGa and once again, Adam Sandler and Halle Berry.

First time nominee at the Razzies, Depp is put under the category of Worst Actor for his role as eccentric Indian, Toto, in “The Lone Ranger”. GaGa is slammed as one of the Worst Supporting Actress for her guest role in “Machete Kills”. Sandler, a repeat offender, is nominated for his “Grown Ups 2” role while Berry is up this time for “The Call” and “Movie 43”.

Sandler may be thrown in the worst actor category for the third year in a row, but Sylvester Stallone is the one scoring a record. The 31-time nominee has three of his films to blame/thank for; “Bullet to the Head”, “Escape Plan” and “Grudge Match”.

Meanwhile, “Grown Ups 2” leads the nomination list with 8 nods including Worst Supporting Actors/Actress nominations for Taylor Lautner and Salma Hayek respectively.

The Razzies will be handed out a night before the Oscars ceremony on March 2. The Razzies are raising fund via Indiegogo.com “to put on a high-end show this year and pave the way for the first ever RAZZIE Awards Broadcast in 2015.”

Worst picture

“After Earth”
“Grown Ups 2”
“The Lone Ranger”
“A Madea Christmas”
“Movie 43”
Worst actor
Johnny Depp, “The Lone Ranger”
Ashton Kutcher, “Jobs”
Adam Sandler, “Grown Ups 2”
Jaden Smith, “After Earth”
Sylvester Stallone, “Bullet To The Head”, “Escape Plan” and “Grudge Match”
Worst actress
Halle Berry, “The Call” and “Movie 43”
Selena Gomez, “Getaway”
Lindsay Lohan, “The Canyons”
Tyler Perry, “A Madea Christmas”
Naomi Watts, “Diana” and “Movie 43”
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” and “Scary Movie 5”
Worst supporting actor
Chris Brown, “Battle of the Year”
Larry the Cable Guy, “A Madea Christmas”
Taylor Lautner, “Grown Ups 2”
Nick Swardson, “A Haunted House” and “Grown Ups 2”

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