It may not come as a surprise to non-Twihard fans, but it seems the box-office success of the final Twilight film hasn't resonated among organisers of this year's Razzie Awards.
The fifth and final film of the blockbuster vampire franchise, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II, has earned 11 not-so-honourable nominations at the 2013 Golden Raspberry Awards - which recognise the world's worst films, actors and filmmakers - set to be held a day before the prestigious Oscars.
The 11 nominations fall across 10 categories, with *Kristen Stewart *and *Robert Pattinson *in the running for worst screen couple, along with *Taylor Lautner *and *Mackenzie Foy *(who plays the young Renesmee Cullen, whom werewolf Jacob "imprints" in the film).
Both Pattinson and Stewart have also been nominated for worst actor and actress, while *Ashley Greene *and Lautner also got mentions in the worst supporting actress and actor categories.
But the cast weren't the only ones to get a Razzie mention - the film itself also picked up nominations for worst screenplay and worst remake, rip-off or sequel, while director *Bill Condon *received a nod for worst director.
Other nominees in the worst movie stakes include *Adam Sandler *, nominated for worst actor in his latest comedy flop That's My Boy, *Barbra Streisand *(worst actress) for her role in the mother-son road trip flick The Guilt Trip and *Katherine Heigl *(worst actress) for the critically-panned box office flop, One for the Money.