He also had two nominations as worst screen couple opposite Jennifer Aniston or Brooklyn Decker in "Just Go with It" and opposite Katie Holmes, Al Pacino or himself in "Jack and Jill."
As a producer, Sandler was credited with worst-picture and worst prequel, remake, rip-off or sequel nominations for both "Bucky Larson" and "Jack and Jill." He also shared in worst-screenplay nominations as a writer on both movies, and a worst-ensemble nomination for "Jack and Jill."
"It's almost karmic for someone to have made that much razz-able stuff in one year," said Razzies founder John Wilson. "He has angered someone really powerful, I would say."
Along with "Bucky Larson" and "Jack and Jill," worst-picture contenders are "New Year's Eve," "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" and "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1."
"Jack and Jill" led with 12 nominations, with "Transformers" second with nine and "Breaking Dawn" right behind with eight.
Winners will be announced on April Fool's Day.
But, really, they're all winners.
* "The Artist" won best picture and three other prizes Saturday at the Spirit Awards honoring independent film.
The film also won for best director for Michel Hazanavicius and lead actor for Jean Dujardin as a silent-era star whose career crumbles as talking pictures take over in the 1920s. It earned the cinematography prize for Guillaume Schiffman, too.
Michelle Williams won best actress as Marilyn Monroe in the filmmaking tale "My Week with Marilyn."
Supporting-acting honors went to Christopher Plummer in "Beginners" and Shailene Woodley in "The Descendants."
"The Artist" producer Thomas Langmann said the awards attention for the film was especially gratifying given how difficult it was to line up financing for a silent film.
"Everybody told us this is so much against conventional wisdom," Langmann said.
Other winners: First feature: "Margin Call," directed by J.C. Chando; International film, "A Separation," directed by Asghar Farhadi; Documentary: "The Interrupters"; First screenplay: Will Reiser, "50/50"; John Cassavetes Award for feature film made for less than $500,000: "Pariah."
* As Kodak takes its name off the Kodak Theatre while it struggles with bankruptcy, seven of nine "Best Picture" nominees this year were shot on Kodak film.
* The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is not pleased with plans to auction off 15 Oscar statuettes from such films as "Citizen Kane," "Wuthering Heights" and "Little Women."
"Oscars should be won, not purchased," the academy said in a statement.
And Harvey Weinstein shuddered.
* A short time after Elton John
had to cancel Las Vegas shows because of food poisoning, Celine Dion
has canceled several upcoming concerts because of a virus. What happens in Las Vegas, stays in your intestinal tract.
Daily News wire services
contributed to this report.