5 High-Budget Movies That Badly Flopped

Sometimes low budget movies get the academy award nominations. Sometimes a high-budget movie badly flops at t theaters. It is a very unpredictable scenario in the Hollywood industry. Because you cannot predict the audience.

5 High-Budget Movies That Badly Flopped [List]
  1. 1. Gemini Man

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    Gemini Man was released in 2019. A bigger star power along with very amazing technology to show the older Will Smith alongside a Teen Will Smith. And yet the Gemini Man could bag the success. The original budget of Gemini Man was $139 Million. It could only engross $38 Million domestically. What went wrong? The Gemini Man was supposed to be released ibn 120 fps in 4K 3D. But the problem is that there are very lesser theaters in the United States of America that possess this advanced technology. I.e. if the audience wants to Buy Safety Sunglasses Online but you are only giving them manually, who’s at the loss? What then? The movie was displayed at only 14 Theater with 120fps but in 2K 3D. That’s how the movie lost the enthusiasm amongst the viewers. Most of the theaters were showing it in 3D only. That became the reason when the audience lost interest in the movie. The views weren’t good. Or perhaps the audience didn’t want to see two Will Smith together.

  2. 2. Blackhat

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    Sometimes bigger stars cannot save a movie from the failure. Because the movie somehow lacks in other spheres that are vital for the success of the movie. Blackhat is one such failure. The start of power was present in the movie. The director's power was also present in the movie. Perhaps the script power wasn’t present in the movie. The original budget of the movie was $70 Million. In a movie like this, the budget was quite excessive. But the movie couldn’t earn the likewise gross. The Blackhat was able to engross only $8 million domestically. It was the biggest disappointment for the movies because a well-famed, well-dressed, and Star power in Wiley X Eyewear failed to grab the attention of the audience. The loss engrossed by the movie was huge. This loss was very falling apart on the shoulders of the director who was also the part of the movie. There were no sponsors in the movie. The movie was actually debuted against another movie named American Snipers. The latter one proves to be a big success and a prior one proved to be a big failure.

  3. 3. Seventh Son

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    Seventh Son was originally derived from a novel. It wasn’t an explicit script for the movie. The movie had a total budget of $95 Million. But when the Seventh Son was released in 2014, it couldn’t impress the audience. It couldn’t bring about the audience to the theaters. The business that the movie was able to acquire was only $17.22 Million. This was very loss-statement for the directors. Because the Hollywood Pundits were calling it the most successful movie. They were anticipating the further series of this movie. But none from all those anticipations could happen. It all happened quite the opposite of it. The film was delayed for 2 years to be released in the United States of America. The intentional delay caused the failure in grabbing the big success.

  4. 4. Hellboy

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    Hellboy was released in 2019 but a total budget of $50 Million. The movie couldn’t bag a good gross for itself in the theaters. It only engrossed $21.9 Million domestically that wasn’t a good success at all. It could’ve engrossed more than that. The original Hellboy was a masterpiece but the restoration of the franchise was an all-out failure. It couldn’t bag a good gross for itself.

  5. 5. Ben-Hur

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    Ben-Hur was originally released in 1959. The movie was a bigger bank statement in terms of revenue. That movie was a greater success in times when Hollywood was thriving for its success. Ben-Hur boosted Hollywood and gave it a new recognition it deserved. The movie made a good revenue. On the other hand, Ben-Hur re-made by the paramount pictures was the greatest failure of equal measures compared to actual Ben-Hur. The original budget of the movie was $100 Million. It was quite a lot of budget. The remake of Ben-Hur was released in 2016. The movie engrossed only $24 Million. The rest of the money goes to the loss caused to the movie. The movie as now known as the biggest flop of all time. No one had ever spent this much money on a successful re-make in Hollywood History. Why was it flopped by the way? Because of the movie lack in star power. Due to this factor, it made things worse for the re-make of Ben-Hur. There was only one well-recognized face in the whole movie that was Morgan Freeman. Except him, there was none to be admired at best. The sponsors got a hit of $47 Million that was a badass upset for sponsors.

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