So, IDK if you knew this, but movies cost A LOT of money to make. Most of the time it's fine because you and I go spend money to watch them and they end up turning a profit.
However, some movies have flopped, losing tens of millions of dollars because they never recovered their production costs. Maybe the effects were too expensive, maybe it was released at a weird time of year, or maybe the movie just couldn't find its audience.
Whatever the reason, the movies below reportedly lost the most money at the box office. Let's find out how many you've seen!
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)Via DreamWorksJohn Carter (2012)Via DisneyKing Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017)Via Warner Bros.Monster Trucks (2016)Via Paramount PicturesMars Needs Moms (2011)Via DisneyTitan A.E. (2000)Via David Kirschner Productions47 Ronin (2013)Via Bluegrass FilmsStealth (2005)Via Columbia TristarThe Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002)Via Castle Rock EntertainmentFinal Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)Via Chris Lee ProductionsThe Alamo (2004)Via Touchstone PicturesR.I.P.D. (2013)Via UniversalCutthroat Island (1995)Via Beckner/Gorman ProductionsJupiter Ascending (2015)Via Warner Bros.Jack the Giant Slayer (2013)Via New Line CinemaPan (2015)Via Warner Bros.Treasure Planet (2002)Via DisneyTown & Country (2001)Via New Line CinemaSupernova (2000)Via MGMFantastic Four (2015)Via Twentieth Century FoxSahara (2005)Via Paramount PicturesInchon (1982)Via One Way ProductionsHow Do You Know (2010)Via Columbia PIcturesWindtalkers (2002)Via MGMAround the World in 80 DaysVia DisneyHart's WarVia MGMBen-Hur (2016)Via Paramount PicturesThe BFGVia DisneyBattlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 (2000)Via Warner Bros.The Postman (1997)Via Warner Bros.The 13th Warrior (1999)Via Buena Vista PicturesThe Lone Ranger (2013)Via DisneyHeaven's Gate (1980)Via United ArtistsBallistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002)Via Warner Bros.Tomorrowland (2015)Via DisneyA Sound of Thunder (2002)Via Warner Bros.Poseidon (2006)Via Warner Bros.Gigli (2003)Via Columbia PicturesGreen Lantern (2011)Via Warner Bros.