Creation spending plan – $130m. Wordwide gross – $78m.
Assessed Losses (incorporates some advertising expenses) – over $50m.
Why it besieged: It all begins with the off-putting title and the over-swelled spending plan. Moreover, pundits all around panned the film’s uneven tone and exhibitions (even stars Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges), while indicating out the story’s exposed likenesses past victories, for example, “Ghostbuster” and “Men in Black.
Mars Needs Moms (2011)
Creation spending plan of $150 million, overall gross of $38 million.
Evaluated Losses (incorporates some promoting expenses) – over $130m.
Disney’s PC energized Mars Needs Moms is course reading overspending on a film whose roof wasn’t too high in the first place. With a financial plan that smaller people a percentage of the greatest movies ever, no frills or vivified, Mars Needs Moms would have been extreme for even a liveliness studio like Pixar to benefit from. The film’s execution at last driven Disney to lose $136 million in 2011, which goes up to about $138.8 million when balanced for expansion.
Creation spending plan of $160 million, overall gross of $119.2 million.
Evaluated Losses (incorporates some promoting expenses) – over $100m.
The narrative of Sahara’s money related disappointment is the subject of numerous nitty gritty reports that diagram the complexities of alleged Hollywood bookkeeping and even some conceivably unlawful budgetary exchanges in the middle of Hollywood and the Moroccan government where the film was shot. However, when it comes down to it, Sahara was just excessively costly.
The issue was that Sahara truly had no shot at profiting back, losing $160 million notwithstanding acquiring over $100 million in the cinematic world — when balanced for swelling, Sahara’s misfortunes ascend to $100 million. From numerous points of view, Sahara ought to have been an enormous warning in terms of tent-pole film making, yet rather the film has been to a great extent overlooked.
Bullet to the Head
Creation spending plan of $55 million, overall gross of $9.5 million.
Evaluated Losses (incorporates some advertising expenses) – over $45m.
Two weeks after Schwarzenegger conveyed a flop, Sylvester Stallone’s standalone film from Warner Bros. turned into the performing artist’s most minimal film industry opening following 2000′s “Get Carter.”
Audiences appeared to have had their fill of Stallone in the “Expendables” movies when “Slug” hit in the wake of being postponed by very nearly a year. Regardless of its inquisitively high spending plan, the repetition activity film had a shoddy look that neglected to recognize it from innumerable different titles officially gathering dust in markdown receptacles in the few remaining video stores.
The Lone Ranger
Creation spending plan of $250 million, overall gross of $239.1 million.
Assessed Losses (incorporates some showcasing expenses) – over $95m.
After a few postponements, shutdowns and endeavored spending plan reductions, pre-discharge buildup immediately swung to irreversibly terrible buzz, blended audits and biting blame dealing. With such a huge spending plan (and a supposed $100 million promoting effort), the “Privateers of the Caribbean” gathering turned into the perfect case for blockbuster abundance even before it opened
47 Ronin (2013)
Generation spending plan of $225 million, overall gross of $105.9 million.
Evaluated Losses (incorporates some showcasing expenses) – over $149m.
Keanu Reeves’ arrival to the movies Christmas was an immense film industry flop. There were such a variety of films that turned out on and just before the occasion.
“The Wolf of Wall Street,” “The Hobbit” continuation, “Anchorman 2,” “American Hustle” and more were all competing for crowd consideration. Nobody has sufficient energy to see THAT numerous motion pictures. At the point when choices are constrained, you have to choose which to see and “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “American Hustle” alongside “Her” (in case you’re in NY or LA) have been getting all the verbal buzz.
White House Down
Generation spending plan of $150 million, overall gross of $138.2 million.
Assessed Losses (incorporates some promoting expenses) – over $91m.
The Channing Tatum-and Jamie Foxx-featuring Sony tentpole turned into the studio’s second film industry dissatisfaction when it opened to simply $24.8 million in the U.S. Its terrible overall take of $134.6 million means it will lose cash.
Cutthroat Island (1995)
Before the Guinness Book of World Records resigned the record of “biggest film industry misfortune,” MGM’s Cutthroat Island was immovably dug in the spot with $18.5 million earned in the cinema world against a financial plan of $98 million alongside $17 million in advertising costs. Balanced for expansion, Cutthroat Island lost the studio a sum of $145.4 million and remains the most exceedingly awful budgetary debacle in film history.
Jack the Giant Slayer (2013)
Creation spending plan of $200 million, overall gross of $197.6 million.
Evaluated Losses (incorporates some advertising expenses) – over $86m.
Why it shelled: With a tremendous sticker price, “Jack” landed on screens after gatherings of people had as of now O.D.’d on “rethought” tall tale movies, from “Alice in Wonderland” to “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” to two distinct tackles “Snow White.” The absence of significant stars and a befuddling advertising effort (is it a fun family film? An abrasive activity dream? Both?) helped seal its destiny.
Creation spending plan of $35 million, overall gross of $4 million.
Evaluated Losses (incorporates some advertising expenses) – over $30m.
Josh Brolin and Samuel L. Jackson couldn’t make a hit out of Spike Lee’s redo of the 2003 exemplary. Newcomers may have been killed by the tenaciously distressing trailer and the film’s generally reported ultraviolence and forbidden sexual topics. Inquisitively, it was moved from its unique discharge date close Halloween to the stuffed Thanksgiving edge, where it was completely wrecked by the opposition.
It most likely didn’t help that around the film’s discharge a fashioner turned out blaming Lee for taking his blurb outlines to advance “Oldboy.” The motion picture’s Facebook page rapidly got to be invaded by negative criticism.