2014’s Biggest Box Office Bombs
Instead of looking back at 2014 and picking out the movies that just rubbed us the wrong way, this is taking the mathematical approach and looking at the biggest films of 2014 that were financial failures.
Here we have a few movies that were expected to be big draws, one that was hoped to be the start of a 'Twilight'-esque franchise, and a few that were doomed from the start.
Estimated Loss: $7.3 million - $27 million budget, $19.7 million worldwide gross.
Estimated Loss: $10.4 million - $26 million budget, $15.6 million worldwide gross.
Men, Women, & Children
Estimated Loss: $14.3 million - $16 million budget, $1.7 million worldwide gross.
Estimated Loss: $18.5 million - $90 million budget, $71.5 million worldwide gross.
Estimated Loss: $20 million - $50 million budget, $29.8 million worldwide gross.
The Legend of Hercules
Estimated Loss: $22.3 million - $80 million budget, $57.7 million worldwide gross.
Estimated Loss: $32 million - $135 million budget, $103 million worldwide gross.
Estimated Loss: $36.9 million - $55 million budget, $18.1 million worldwide gross.
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Estimated Loss: $50.5 million - $90 million budget, $39.5 million worldwide gross.
Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return
Estimated Loss: $66.3 million - $85 million budget, $18.7 million worldwide gross.