'Twilight' finale leads Razzies worst-of list
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The ``Twilight'' finale had better reviews than the franchise's previous four movies, but you'd never know it from the Razzie nominations singling out Hollywood's worst of the year.
``The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn _ Part 2'' led the Razzies lineup late Tuesday with 11 nominations, including worst picture, lead-acting slots for Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, and supporting-acting nominations for Taylor Lautner and Ashley Greene.
Other worst-picture nominees are the naval action tale ``Battleship,'' the family flick ``The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure,'' Adam Sandler's raunchy dud ``That's My Boy'' and Eddie Murphy's comedy flop ``A Thousand Words.''
A spoof of the Academy Awards, the Razzies announcement came a little more than a day before Thursday's Oscar nominations. Winners for the 33rd annual Razzies will be announced Feb. 23, the night before the Oscar show.
The final installment in the supernatural romance involving vampires, werewolves and a moody schoolgirl, ``Breaking Dawn _ Part 2'' also had nominations for worst director for Bill Condon, plus worst sequel, screenplay and screen ensemble. It picked up two nominations for worst screen couple _ for Stewart and Pattinson and for Lautner and child co-star Mackenzie Foy.
Stewart's worst-actress nomination came for two performances in 2012, her Bella Swan of ``Twilight'' and the title role in ``Snow White and the Huntsman.''
Earlier ``Twilight'' movies have been regular nominees for the Razzies but have not come away with any key worst-of awards. But the finale seems to be the one Razzies voters have been waiting for, the way Oscar voters were waiting for the last ``Lord of the Rings'' film, the one that finally won the big prize.
``That's the analogy we're making, that this is the Razzies' flipside,'' said Razzies founder John Wilson. ``This is our equivalent to `The Lord of the Rings.' It's our members' last chance to razz `Twilight.'''