When we say bomb, we mean BOMB. Better luck next time?
Pan. The budget was $150 million and has only grossed $73.6 million as of now. Not exactly pan-tastic!
Tomorrowland. Not even George Clooney could help this movie! Costing a whopping $190 million, it only made $208.6 million. Yes, they might have made more than the budget but not by that much. Safe to say there won’t be a sequel.
Fantastic Four. Where do you even start with this disaster? Critics hated it and fans hated it even more! No word yet if they will make another, but if they do there will have to be some major changes.
Seventh Son. If you haven’t even heard of this movie then you are probably not the only one. Starring Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges, this science fiction catastrophe barely made its budget back. At least Julianne still has that Oscar!
American Ultra. With the film debuting in sixth place and mixed reviews, it’s easy to call the stoner comedy/action a flop. Looks like the Twilight fan base did not show up for this one!
We Are Your Friends. You know things have taken a turn for the worst when not even Zac Efron‘s gorgeous mug can’t save a movie. YIKES!
Steve Jobs. It probably didn’t help that this was the second movie made on Jobs, and that’s not including the documentaries as well. It had all the makings of a Hollywood blockbuster, with Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet starring, except for the box office success.
Our Brand Is Crisis. Oh no Sandra! Don’t worry, you are still America’s Sweetheart even though your film was a literal crisis. You know the movie has to be bad when not even one of the biggest movie stars can’t draw an audience.
Jem And The Holograms. The worst opening for a film in 2015 and the worst for a film opening in 2,000 theaters. Guess if you are going to have a bad opening it might as well make history?
Victor Frankenstein. Another historic failure, the movie holds the lowest opening gross for over 2,500 theaters. This movie needed much more than a magical spell from Harry Potter to do well.