Transformers: The Last Knight Receives Multiple Nominations For Razzies, The 38th Annual Golden Raspberry Awards

In a presentation video likening the subjects of its nominations to toxic waste, the Razzies, AKA the Golden Raspberry Awards, have announced their nominations for the worst of 2017. As you might expect, Transformers: The Last Knight indeed has been nominated, tying Age of Extinction with nine nominations. That's the record for the franchise! Keep reading for specifics on the nominations along with an announcement video for the three top categories.

Here's the full list of nominations afforded The Last Knight:

Mark Wahlberg,Worst Actor(Split between TLK and Daddy's Home 2)
Josh Duhamel,Worst Supporting Actor
Sir Anthony Hopkins,Worst Supporting Actor(Split with Collide)
Laura Haddock,Worst Supporting Actress
"Any combination of two humans, two robots or two explosions,"Worst Screen Combo
Michael Bay,Worst Director
Worst Screenplay
Worst Remake, Ripoff, or Sequel
Worst Picture

As is tradition, the Razzies will be announced the weekend of March 3rd, just ahead of the Oscars. Good Luck to Transformers: The Last Knight! ...whether "good luck" means winning or not winning the award we will leave up to the individuals nominated.

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