Movies That Failed Spectacularly In The Last Ten Years (25 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       29 Nov 2019       4951       1

A Wrinkle in Time (2018)

Budget: $100 million

Domestic gross: $100.47 million

Worldwide gross: $132.67 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $70 million

 

Gemini Man (2019)

Budget: $139 million

Domestic gross: $48 million

Worldwide gross: $169.28 million

Loss: $75 million

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016)

Budget: $135 million

Domestic gross: $82 million

Worldwide gross: $245.6 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $80 million

 

Rise of the Guardians (2012)

Budget: $145 million

Domestic gross: $103.4 million

Worldwide gross: $306.94 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $83 million

 

Ben-Hur (2016)

Budget: $100 million

Domestic gross: $26.4 million

Worldwide gross: $94 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $81.5-$131 million

 

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Tomorrowland (2015)

Budget: $190 million

Domestic gross: $93.4 million

Worldwide gross: $209.2 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $82.6-$163 million.

 

Seventh Son (2014)

Budget: $95 million

Domestic gross: $17.22 million

Worldwide gross: $114 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $92 million

 

The Wolfman (2010)

Budget: $150 million

Domestic gross: $62 million

Worldwide gross: $139.8 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $93.3 million

 

Pan (2015)

Budget: $150 million

Domestic gross: $35 million

Worldwide gross: $128 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $93.5-$163 million

 

Jupiter Ascending (2015)

Budget: $176 million

Domestic gross: $47.4 million

Worldwide gross: $184 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $95-$130.5 million

 

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The Promise (2016)

Budget: $90 million

Domestic gross: $8.22 million

Worldwide gross: $12.45 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $96.5 million

 

Blackhat (2015)

Budget: $70 million

Domestic gross: $8 million

Worldwide gross: $19.65 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $97.5 million

 

Dark Phoenix (2019)

Budget: $200 million

Domestic gross: $65.84 million

Worldwide gross: $252.44 million

Loss: $100 million

 

Green Lantern (2011)

Budget: $200 million

Domestic gross: $166.6 million

Worldwide gross: $220 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $101.7 million

 

Terminator: Dark Fate (2019)

Budget: $185 million

Domestic gross: $52 million

Worldwide gross: $204 million

Loss: $100 million

 

The BFG (2016)

Budget: $140 million

Domestic gross: $55.5 million

Worldwide gross: $183.3 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $106 million

 

RIPD (2013)

Budget: $130-$154 million

Domestic gross: $33.6 million

Worldwide gross: $78.3 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $100-$155 million

 

47 Ronin (2013)

Budget: $175-$225 million

Domestic gross: $38.4 million

Worldwide gross: $151.8 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $107-$165.5 million

 

Monster Trucks (2017)

Budget: $125 million

Domestic gross: $33.4 million

Worldwide gross: $64.5 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $120.74 million

 

Mars Needs Moms (2011)

Budget: $150 million

Domestic gross: $21.4 million

Worldwide gross: $39 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $115-$166 million

 

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017)

Budget: $175 million

Domestic gross: $39.2 million

Worldwide gross: $148.7 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $120-$157 million

 

Jack the Giant Slayer (2013)

Budget: $195 million

Domestic gross: $65.2 million

Worldwide gross: $197 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $138-$154.66 million

 

The Lone Ranger (2013)

Budget: $215 million

Domestic gross: $89.3 million

Worldwide gross: $260.5 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $166-$210 million

 

Mortal Engines (2018)

Budget: $100-$110 million

Domestic gross: $16 million

Worldwide gross: $83.6 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $179 million

 

John Carter (2012)

Budget: $250 million

Domestic gross: $73 million

Worldwide gross: $284 million

Loss (inflation adjusted): $224 million



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Everyday 6 month s ago
One reason for loss is the insane amount of money they have to pay actors. Hell most of some of these movies are all CGI special effects.
       
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