Expensive Movies That Absolutely Tanked Financially

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John Carter (2012)
It’s a superhero movie that looks like a superhero movie, got a superhero movie budget of a whopping $263,7000,000 but didn’t quite make the superhero profits. The estimated losses for this movie range from a modest $127,000,000 to a whopping $209,000,000. Try explaining that number to the shareholders. I double dare you.

 

 

Jupiter Ascending (2015)
Oh wow! Mila Kunis! Channing Tatum! Other names I’ve heard before! A story that does literally nothing for anyone! $88 million to $121 million in estimated financial losses! This movie has everything! Except money. This movie has none of that. It pretty much lost all of it.


Blade Runner 2049 (2017)
Well, it’s too early to tell, but at the time of writing this, it’s currently $80,000,000 short of making any profit. And the reviews are lukewarm at best. Get it, luke-warm? Because it has Harrison Ford in it, who played Han Solo, best friend of Luke Skywalker? Well, I got my Star Wars joke in, now I can rest in peace.

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