THE latest Transformers film, part of which was shot in Gosport, has been nominated as one of Hollywood’s worst films of last year.
Transformers: The Last Knight has collected nine nominations at the 39th Golden Raspberry Awards, which features the worst that the movie world has to offer.
The film, released last summer, is named in the worst picture, worst screen combo, worst screenplay and worst remake, rip-off or sequel categories.
Film star Mark Wahlberg was also shortlisted for worst actor, and Michael Bay is also a nomination for worst director.
Gosport’s Cold War submarine HMS Alliance was used as a key location in the film.
Wahlberg and fellow A-lister Sir Anthony Hopkins visited the National Museum of the Royal Navy to shoot the scenes.
Fans flocked to the gates in their hundreds to catch a glimpse of the stars.
Supercars Bumblebee and Hotrod also made an appearance as they sped up to the submarine, with further scenes shot over the course of three days back in 2016.
Professor Dominic Tweddle, director general of the national museum, previously said the filming was an incredible experience.
The award ‘winners’ will be announced on March 3, a day before the Academy Awards are presented to Hollywood’s finest.
Other films included in the Golden Raspberry Awards nominations are The Mummy, which was shortlisted seven times, The Emoji Movie and Fifty Shades Darker.