Razzie winner Alicia Silverstone is in this, but she might not get nominated. Worst Sequel is most likely.
Akiva Goldsman: The writer partially responsible for this year's triple threat of The Dark Tower, Rings, and, worst of all, Transformers: The Last Knight. I'll be shocked if all three screenplays do not make the ballots.
Worst Actor - Tom Cruise (nom), Matt Damon (nom), Johnny Depp, Jamie Dornan (nom), Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (nom), and Charlie Sheen (nom)
Worst Actress - Kate Beckinsale (nom), Whoopi Goldberg (nom), Katherine Heigl, Dakota Johnson (nom), Milla Jovovich (nom), and Amy Schumer (nom)
Worst Supporting Actor - Javier Bardem (nom), Anthony Hopkins, Eric Johnson (nom), Ben Kingsley (nom), Rob Lowe (nom), and John Turturro (nom)
Worst Supporting Actress - Kim Basinger, Faye Dunaway (nom), Laura Haddock (nom), Marcia Gay Harden (nom), Goldie Hawn (nom), and Isabela Moner (nom)
Worst Director - Michael Bay (nom), James Foley, Martin Guigui (nom), Alex Kurtzman (nom), Guy Ritchie (nom), and Chris Wedge (nom)
Worst Actor Jason Drucker. His performance is bereft of comical presence needed for a comedy.
I was reluctant to suggest this as Jason Drucker is only eleven years old. However his unfunny presence is too difficult to ignore.
Worst Supporting Actor Charlie Wright. His performance is also bereft of comical presence.
Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel Despite a new cast this is a sequel to Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days.
Worst Director David Bowers. His direction failed to get decent performances from the cast. Despite a run time of ninety-one minutes the movie appears slow-paced in some parts.
Worst Screenplay Jeff Kinney and David Bowers. The screenplay has little humor in it. There are a few times worthy of a weak smile but not much else. Most the "gags" are more stupid than humorous.
Worst Screen Combination The entire cast should be considered for being unfunny.