Tuesday, September 6, 2016

The box office flops of 2016 according to Hit Flix.

Star Trek Beyond

Budget: $185 million
Worldwide gross: $285 million


Budget: $144 million
Worldwide gross: $219 million

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

Budget: $135 million
Worldwide gross: $244 million

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Budget: $170 million
Worldwide gross: $295 million


Budget: $140 million
Worldwide gross: $160 million


Budget: $100 million
Worldwide gross: $53 million

Judging by this list, the season's box office doesn't look too bad; six is, in fact, a pretty standard number of high-profile flops for any summer. But when you broaden the picture to include films that came in far below expectations domestically, things suddenly look a whole lot bleaker. Here's a list of those titles:

Jason Bourne

Budget: $120 million
Domestic gross: $156 million ($223 million international)

X-Men: Apocalypse

Budget: $178 million
Domestic gross: $155 million ($387 million international)

The Legend of Tarzan

Budget: $180 million
Domestic gross: $125 million ($230 million international)

Independence Day: Resurgence

Budget: $165 million
Domestic gross: $103 million ($280 million international)

Now You See Me 2

Budget: $90 million
Domestic gross: $65 million ($258 million international)

Ice Age: Collision Course

Budget: $105 million
Domestic gross: $62 million ($327 million international)

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

Budget: $35 million
Domestic gross: $55 million ($52 million international)


Budget: $160 million
Domestic gross: $47 million ($386 million international)

Pete's Dragon

Budget: $65 million
Domestic gross: $66 million ($28 million international)

Read more at http://www.hitfix.com/news/summer-box-office-wrap-up-7-big-lessons-from-a-season-of-disappointments#wWoQYL1PMyqriLWq.99

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