As awards season heats up in Hollywood, the annual Razzies Awards on Wednesday named the
year’s worst achievements in film with steamy romance Fifty Shades of
and Adam Sandler’s video game adventure Pixels among the
top nominees, while Sylvester Stallone was honoured with a redemption.

Shades of Grey
, Pixels, sci-fi saga Jupiter
, comedy Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, all of which landed
six nominations, and superhero Fantastic 4, which landed five nods,
will compete for the Razzies worst picture award.

tongue-in-cheek Razzies, created in 1980, serve as an antidote to Hollywood’s
prestigious Oscars ceremony, as organisers choose to bestow winners of the
year’s worst films with a gold spray-painted trophy worth $4.97.

Stallone, who
won his first Golden Globe last week for reprising his iconic role as Rocky
Balboa in Creed, is nominated for the Razzie Redeemer Award, going
from an “all-time Razzie champ to 2015 award contender.”

He will compete
for the title with Will Smith, nominated for his redeeming role in Concussion, actor-director Elizabeth Banks for directing the hit Pitch Perfect 2 and horror filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan for
directing hit horror The Visit after a slew of flops.

Winners of the
Razzies are voted for online by around 900 members of the Razzies committee,
and anyone can sign up to vote, with memberships starting at $40.

“tacky” Razzies ceremony are traditionally held in Hollywood on the
night before the Oscars ceremony on February 28, and those honoured seldom show up.

Razzie favorite Sandler, nominated for five consecutive years, this year scored
nods for worst actor in Pixels and worst screen combo for Adam
Sandler & Any Pair of Shoes
for his role in The Cobbler
about a cobbler who can magically step into the shoes of his customers.

Eddie Redmayne,
a potential best actor Oscar contender for his role in The Danish
, landed a worst actor Razzie nomination for Jupiter
, while Rooney Mara, potential Oscar best actress nominee,”
landed a worst supporting Razzie nod for her role as Tiger Lily in Pan.