22 Biggest Box Office Flops of All-Time

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A big budget, famous actors, talented directors: None of these, even combined, don’t promise that a movie will become a box office hit. Go over the next 22 films: Most of them initially seemed like guaranteed hits. Turned out they ended up being massive box office disasters.

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22. Seventh Son: The 2015 fantasy epic, loosely based on a book called ‘The Last Apprentice: Revenge of the Witch’ grossed only $114.2 million on a $95 million budget after it’s February 2015 release in the United States. That caused a loss of $85 million for the studio, with the movie getting a 13% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, despite a cast that included Jeff Bridges, Juliane Moore and Djimon Hounsou.

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21. The Good Dinosaur: It’s rare to see a Disney movie flop in recent years, and it did make $332 million worldwide. However, it did come based on a $200 million budget, which meant an $85 million loss for the studios, which is rare for an animated movie, especially a Pixar one.