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Mar 21, 2012 · If the film continues to be such an epic dud at the box office, it will force the studio to record an operating loss between $80 million and $120 million for the quarter. John Carter provides a stark reminder that profiting from art is not an exact science. If the $200 million figure comes to fruition, this box-office debacle will win the dubious distinction of biggest box office loser of all time.

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List of biggest box-office bombs – Wikipedia

Biggest box office bombs The following list is limited to films that are potentially among the top one hundred box office losses, adjusted for inflation (approximately upper-bound losses of …

Biggest box office bombs of all time – msn.com

More than a mere box office bomb, “Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000” is one of the most ridiculed flops of all time.

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Mar 21, 2012 · Walt Disney Studios announced Monday that it would be taking a $200 million, second quarter write-down related to the science-fiction flop John Carter. If the film continues to be such an epic dud at the box office, it will force the studio to record an operating loss between $80 million and $120 million for the quarter.

The 25 Biggest Box Office Bombs Of All Time – BuzzFeed

The 25 Biggest Box Office Bombs Of All Time. Ouch, that’s gotta hurt. Posted on November 27, 2014, 00:06 GMT and still the film was one of the biggest bombs of 2011. 22.

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International box office: $896,200,000 Year released: 2012 Superheroes from across the universe must team up to stop an alien invasion bent on enslaving the human race in this 2012 superhero movie.

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2017 Box Office Hits and Misses, From Marvel Blockbusters to Matt Damon’s Many Duds there’s “It,” the biggest horror hit of all time with nearly $700 million worldwide gross