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8 Big Movie Franchises That Suffered Huge Setbacks in 2016

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Outside of Disney's "Captain America: Civil War" and "Finding Dory", it's been a rough year for big franchise film releases.

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8 Big Movie Franchises That Suffered Huge Setbacks in 2016

  1. 1. Text Text 8 Big Movie Franchises That Suffered Huge Setbacks In 2016 Image source: Xbox
  2. 2. Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad put up solid numbers at the box office with approximately $870 million and $740 million in ticket sales, respectively, but both pictures received scathing receptions from filmgoers and critics. Image source: Time Warner. The DC Extended UniverseThe DC Extended Universe
  3. 3. Warner's DCEU still has great characters to help sell future films, but the franchise's uneven start could make audiences less inclined to show up for future entries. The company has more invested in its DC films than any other franchise. Image source: Time Warner.
  4. 4. Sony's Ghostbusters revival fell flat at theaters, scaring up a worldwide gross of less than $230 million. With a production budget of $175 million, the picture has been estimated to lose $70 million for Sony. Ghostbusters Image source: Sony.
  5. 5. Sony needs big franchises to lift its movie division and aid its turnaround effort. The company was counting on Ghostbusters to launch an ongoing franchise so the picture's poor commercial performance is a notable setback. Image source: Sony.
  6. 6. Divergent Lions Gate's Divergent franchise fizzled in 2016. Allegiant's roughly $180 million in ticket sales fell more than $100 million short of sales for each of its two predecessors. Image source: Lions Gate
  7. 7. Performance for Allegiant was bad enough that Lions Gate is now developing the series' concluding chapter as a TV movie rather than a big screen outing, but series lead Shailene Woodley wants out of the project. The franchise's decline is especially disappointing for Lions Gate in light of its struggles to deliver big franchise hits. Image source: Lions Gate
  8. 8. Disney's Alice With a global gross of roughly $300 million, Alice Through the Looking Glass came up roughly $700 million in ticket sales short of its predecessor – the biggest pure dollar decline for a sequel ever. Image source: Disney.
  9. 9. In 2010, Alice in Wonderland rode strong 3D ticket sales to a worldwide gross of over $1 billion, setting up big expectations for Through the Looking Glass. The sequel's poor performance means Disney will likely abandon the franchise. Image source: Disney.
  10. 10. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Viacom's 2014 Turtles reboot grossed roughly $424 million, but this year's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows managed less than $250 million in its theatrical run. Image source:Viacom.
  11. 11. With a production budget of $135 million, Out of the Shadows will fall short of recouping costs and likely kill off this big screen version of the Turtles. Image source:Viacom.
  12. 12. Independence Day Independence Day: Resurgence's less than $390 million global box office haul on a $165 million production budget is a disappointment for Fox, especially in light of the 1996 original's $820 million international gross. Image source: Fox.
  13. 13. Soggy ticket sales and bad reviews for Resurgence make it likely that Fox will shelve the Independence Day franchise. Image source: Fox.
  14. 14. X-Men X-Men: Apocalypse's $550 million gross came up roughly $200 million short of 2014's Days of Future Past. The sequel also received less favorable reviews from critics and audiences. Image source: Fox.
  15. 15. The X-Men series is one of Fox's most important film properties, and Apocalypse's big box office decline is a troubling indicator for the performance of future installments. Image source: Fox.
  16. 16. Ice Age has been one of Fox's most successful movie franchises, but weak performance for 2016's Ice Age: Collision Course could put the freeze on the series. Ice Age Image source: Fox.
  17. 17. Collision Course managed just over $400 million in global ticket sales – a massive decline from the roughly $880 million brought in by Ice Age: Continental Drift in 2012. Image source: Fox.Image source: Fox.
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