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The 5 Biggest Movie Flops of 2017 So Far

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The cost of releasing major motion pictures has risen over the years, and big production and marketing costs can mean big losses without ticket sales to match.

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The 5 Biggest Movie Flops of 2017 So Far

  1. 1. Text Text The 5 Biggest Movie Flops of 2017 So Far Image source: Cisco.Image source: Ubisoft.
  2. 2. Comcast’s The Mummy has grossed roughly $340 million on a $125 million production budget. Some estimates suggest that the film will lose roughly $95 million for the company. Image source: Comcast. The Mummy
  3. 3. Comcast was hoping for The Mummy to launch an expanded film universe featuring other famous Universal movie monsters, but the future of the connected franchise is uncertain following the lackluster performance of its debut entry. Image source: Comcast.
  4. 4. Time Warner spent somewhere around $300 million producing and marketing King Arthur, but the film has grossed less than $150 million worldwide so far. Its performance likely factored into the company’s recent announcement that it was aiming to keep future film budgets down. Image source: Time Warner. King Arthur
  5. 5. Warner was hoping that King Arthur would launch a franchise, but the picture could wind up losing somewhere in the neighborhood of $150 million. Image source: Time Warner.
  6. 6. Ben Affleck directed and starred in Time Warner’s Live By Night, a picture that had early Oscar buzz but ultimately came up short with critics and in theaters. Live By Night Image source: Time Warner.
  7. 7. Live By Night grossed just $22 million worldwide on a $65 million production budget and is expected to lose roughly $75 million for Warner. Image source: Time Warner.
  8. 8. Viacom’s Monster Trucks reportedly had a production budget of $125 million, but it managed less than $65 million in global ticket sales before ending its theatrical run. Image source: Viacom. Monster Trucks
  9. 9. Monster Trucks added to a string of box office disappointments for Viacom, which is also facing pressure due to declining performance for its television networks. The company wrote down a $115 million loss on the film. Image source: Viacom.
  10. 10. The Great Wall was a co-production that saw Comcast, Legendary Pictures, China Film Group, and Le Vision Pictures come together in ill-fated hopes of delivering a film that would win big in the U.S. and Chinese markets. The Great Wall Image source: Comcast.
  11. 11. The film grossed roughly $330 million worldwide, but a $150 million production budget combined with distribution costs and a big marketing push means that it’s expected to lose $75 million. Image source: Comcast.
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