It’s that time of year again when we tell you all about the biggest flops at the box office. So what made the list? Movies like The Promise and Valerian and the City of a Thousand Pieces.
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It’s that time of year again when we tell you which movies bombed at the box office.
And we have to start with Collide.
The Nicholas Hoult and Felicity Jones film suffered a yearlong release delay, but that didn’t keep the movie away from the flophouse. The thriller cost an estimated $21.5 million to make and it only brought in $4 million at the box office. Worldwide.
Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness didn’t fare much better. The Dane DeHaan fantasy/thriller earned $8 million domestically and another $18 million at the foreign box office. Only problem? It cost $40 million to make.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Pieces earned a spot on our biggest flops of the year list. It only raked in $132 million worldwide, which sounds like a lot. But when you consider that it cost an estimated $177 million to produce, it’s labeled a flop.
Charlie Hunnam couldn’t save Guy Richie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword because it got slayed at the box office. It cost $175 million to make. It had a marketing budget of $130 million… and it only earned $130.7 million. Guess you could say it didn’t make the cut.
But the biggest flop of the year belongs to Christian Bale and Oscar Issac. They’re Armenian genocide drama, The Promise, had a $100 million dollar production budget. And can you guess what it earned? Only $10 million dollars. Ouch.
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