The Oscar's is the most famous and adored award ceremony in Hollywood, but surprisingly the Razzie awards is also a big hit for fans worldwide. This year marks the 38th year for the Razzies, which honors the worst in film and acting. The winners will be announced the day before the Oscars, 3 March.

More than 1000 votes were cast online by 49 states in America and 25 foreign countries. The polls are in, and the public chose their choices for worst movie, actor, actress, supporting actor and actress, screen duo, remake, rip off or sequel, screenplay, and director.

2018 Razzie worst movies

The nominations are as follows: "Baywatch," "The Emoji Movie," "Fifty Shades Darker," "The Mummy" and "Transformers: The Last Knight." Surprisingly, "Baywatch" is top of the list, and whether it wins this category, time will only tell.

All the movies nominated were criticised for their bad storylines and more importantly, terrible acting. "Baywatch" scored a measly five point six out of ten on the famous movie website, IMDB and "The Emoji Movie" scored even worse with a three out of ten rating.

2018 Razzie actors and actresses nominees

Katherine Heigl was nominated as number one for her role in "Unforgettable" and Dakota Johnson in second for her part in "Fifty Shades Darker," which isn't surprising as her acting skills are the main topic of the well-known franchise.

What comes as a shocker is Jennifer Lawrence's nomination for her role in "Mother!" Fans are outraged as they believe her acting was superb. They are also upset with Emma Watson's nomination in "The Circle."

Tom Cruise, was nominated as number one for his role in "The Mummy" and Johnny Depp is in second for "Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Men Tell No Tales." The rest of the nominees are Jamie Dornan for "Fifty Shades Darker," Zac Efron for "Baywatch" and sadly Mark Wahlberg for two movies, "Daddy's Home 2" and "Transformers: The Last Knight."

2018 Razzies movie nominees nominated more in different categories

Some films have been nominated more than once, such as "Baywatch" nominated four times in the lists, 'Worst movie,' 'Worst actor,' 'Worst remake, rip off or sequel' and 'Worst screenplay.' "Fifty Shades Darker" is nominated in every single category, except for one, 'Worst supporting actor.' "The Mummy" hasn't fared any better as it's nominated seven times.

Who do you think will take home the award for each category? Hopefully, Jennifer Lawrence won't need to add this to her list of awards.