A Million Ways To Die In The West, Transformers: Age Of Extinction, Sex Tape and The Interview will 'fight' for the title of 2014's worst film at the Golden Raspberry Awards in February (15), according to a leaked list of potential nominees.
With almost two weeks to go before the official Razzie nominations are announced, awards website GoldDerby.com has obtained the shortlists for Worst Film, Worst Remake, Worst Screenplay, Worst Screen Combo, Worst Director and Worst Actor, Actress, Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress.
Unsurprisingly, Transformers: Age of Extinction comes out on top with nine considerations including Worst Film, Worst Director (Michael Bay), Worst Sequel, Worst Screenplay and Worst Supporting Actor and Actress (Kelsey Grammer, Nicola Peltz and Sophie Miles).
It is closely followed by Seth MacFarlane's critically-mauled A Million Ways to Die in the West with eight nods, including Worst Film, Worst Director (MacFarlane) and Worst Actress (Charlize Theron). Saving Christmas, Sex Tape, Legend of Hercules and Haunted House 2 land six nominations, according to the leaked list, while Pompeii, The Expendables 3 and Johnny Depp's Transcendence bottom out with five apiece.
Cameron Diaz is among the potential nominees in the Worst Actress category with two films, Sex Tape and The Other Woman, and she's also up for Worst Supporting Actress for her role in Annie, while Glee star Lea Michele's voice in Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return earns her a Razzie consideration for Worst Actress.
Seth Rogen's controversial new comedy picks up four early nods, including Worst Film and Worst Actor (Rogen and James Franco), and movie veteran Jane Fonda could land a Razzie for her role as a lesbian matriarch in This is Where I Leave You, while Kelsey Grammer, Mel Gibson and Arnold Schwarzenegger are all under consideration for a Worst Supporting Actor nomination for The Expendables 3.
The Golden Raspberry Awards nominations will be unveiled on 14 January (15).