The 36th annual Golden Raspberry Awards, which celebrate and dishonour the worst films of the year, will be held on 27 February. The event will take place at the Palace Theater in downtown Los Angeles.
The general masses will be able to attend the award ceremony. Click here for ticket details.
Fantastic Four, Fifty Shades Of Grey, Jupiter Ascending, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 and Pixels are the films in the running for the worst picture. Take a look at the full list of Golden Raspberry Awards nominations by clicking here.
The ceremony takes place a day before the Oscars but in 2012 it was held on April Fool's Day at a magic shop in Santa Monica, California. Winners do not traditionally appear in person to accept their Razzies but Academy Award-winning actress Halle Berry did show up at the 2005 ceremony to receive the award for her role in Catwoman.
The gold spray-painted award, which is the shape of a "golfball-sized raspberry", is placed above a Super 8mm film reel. Each statuette costs $4.97 (approximately £3). The first awards ceremony was reportedly held on 31 March 1981 in Razzie founder John J.B. Wilson's living room in Los Angeles.