Actors Lindsay Lohan and Eddie Murphy led nominations for the "Golden Raspberry" awards, singling out Hollywood's worst movie performances from the past year.
The organisation which runs the annual, light-hearted Oscars spoof, nominated Lohan for a "Razzie," as the award is affectionately called, for her starring role in
I Know Who killed Me
, a horror film in which she plays psychically connected twins.
The critic-panned flick also received Razzie nominations as 2007's worst picture, screenplay, director and worst screen couple -- for Lohan's turn appearing opposite herself in the film.
Lohan, 21, made her name appearing in such popular movies as
The Last Show
, but has had a dry spell coinciding with her recent appearance in the tabloids and at a spate of exclusive detoxification centres.
Meanwhile, Eddie Murphy received a record five Razzie nods in one year for his politically incorrect
, about a nerd who meets the love of his life, but who inconveniently happens to be married to a grossly obese woman, also played by Murphy.
The veteran funnyman was dishonored with nominations for worst actor, supporting actor, actress, worst on-screen couple, and worst screenplay.
Murphy had received an Oscar nomination last year for his supporting role in
, but some observers said his hopes of winning the award were torpedoed by his association with the