Biggest Flop Movies On Box Office Of Year 2016

In 2016, the kinocasses rang loudly thanks to many superhelden films and a Star Wars spin-off. But Hollywood lost a lot of money with many high-profile films. We have compiled the largest cinema flops for you in 2016.

Biggest Flop Movies On Box Office Of Year 2016

As in the previous year, was in 2016 despite some very big blockbusters. Walt Disney, which is now also in the possession of big brands like Pixar, Marvel or Lucasfilm in addition to its animation films and real films (and real-effects of popular Disney animation films), has made it all right in 2016 and put the world’s four most successful films of the year. Three of them, namely Captain America: Civil War , Finding Dory and Zootopia . Could the world break through even the 1 billion dollar barrier and the fourth in the league – The Jungle Book – missed this limit with 966 million dollar global business just barely. The complete annual charts can be found over at Box Office Mojo . Quite possible way that Rogue One – which is under way just two weeks ago and has already taken over $ 700 million worldwide at the present time – is also classified still top, so the Disney equal the world’s top 5 last Year by itself.

But there is always a side of the coin. Where light is, there is also darkness. Indeed, even Disney did it not entirely spared (the most prominent example is the Alice in Wonderland continued Alice Through the Looking Glass ), being so very easy put away an outlier in Mice Group.

In order to understand when a movie becomes a hit or a flop, one must know that the breakeven is not reached when the production budget is restored, but only 250% of it, especially because of the worldwide Marketing – especially in the case of the big event films – can easily be twice the production budget.If you have missed them watching in cinema near you,then don;t be upset,you can download full movies listed here for free on blu ray rips released officially using your internet connection from moviesgraphy.com website.

The financial crash landings went across all major film studios throughout and so concerned different movies like Ben-Hur or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles .

Note: The following list of film flops is limited to big Hollywood productions. The sales figures are from Box Office Mojo and are not in all cases exhaustive (some films are still in theaters and some numbers are subsequently notified only with delay). The indicated film budgets are merely estimates and do not include marketing and sales costs.

The Legend of Tarzan
Budget: $ 180 million
break-even with 250% Multiplier: $ 450 million
world-wide box office: 357 million dollars
Stars: Alexander Skarsgård, Christoph Waltz, Djimon Hounsou, Margot Robbie, Samuel L. Jackson
Studio: Warner Bros

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
Budget: $ 135 million
break-even with 250% multiplier: 337.5 million dollars
world-wide box office: 246 million dollars
Stars: Megan Fox, Stephen Amell, Tyler Perry, Will Arnett, William Fichtner
Studio: Paramount Pictures

Independence Day: Resurgence
Budget: $ 165 million
break-even with 250% multiplier: 412.5 million dollars
world-wide box office: 390 million dollars
Stars: Liam Hemsworth, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Jessie Usher, Vivica A. Fox
Studio: 20th Century Fox

Alice Through the Looking Glass
Budget: $ 170 million
break-even with 250% multiplier: 425 million dollars
world-wide box office: $ 300 million
Stars: Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Johnny Depp, Matt Lucas, Mia Wasikowska, Sacha Baron Cohen
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

Allegiant
Budget: $ 110 million
break-even with 250% multiplier: 275 million dollars
world-wide box office: $ 180 million
Stars: Ansel Elgort, Miles Teller, Naomi Watts, Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Zoë Kravitz
Studio: Summit Entertainment (Lionsgate ) ”

Ben Hur
Budget: $ 100 million
break-even with 250% Multiplier: $ 250 million
world-wide box office: 94 million dollars
Stars: Jack Huston, Morgan Freeman, Rodrigo Santoro, Toby Kebbell
Studio: Paramount Pictures, MGM

Star Trek Beyond
Budget: $ 185 million
break-even with 250% multiplier: 462.5 million dollars
world-wide box office: 344 million dollars
Stars: Chris Pine, Idris Elba, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, Sofia Boutella, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana
Studio: Paramount Pictures

Ghostbusters
Budget: 144 million dollars
breakeven with 250% multiplier: 360 million dollars
world-wide box office: $ 230 million
Stars: Chris Hemsworth, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy
Studio: Sony Pictures

Free State of Jones
Budget: $ 50 million
break-even with 250% Multiplier: $ 125 million
world-wide box office: $ 25 Million
Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Keri Russell, Matt Lintz
Studio: STX Entertainment

The Finest Hours
Budget: $ 80 million
break-even with 250% Multiplier: $ 200 million
world-wide box office: 53 million dollars
Stars: Ben Foster, Casey Affleck, Chris Pine, Eric Bana, John Ortiz
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

Deepwater Horizon
Budget: $ 110 million
break-even with 250% Multiplier: $ 250 million
world-wide box office: $ 120 million
Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Ethan Suplee, John Malkovich, Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell
Studio: Summit Entertainment (Lionsgate)

The BFG
Budget: $ 140 million
break-even with 250% Multiplier: $ 350 million
world-wide box office: 178 million dollars
Stars: Ruby Barnhill, Bill Hader, Jemaine Clement, Mark Rylance, Rafe Spall, Rebecca Hall
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

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